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The last season of the long-running, legendary science fiction drama ‘The X-Files’ left viewers on an incredible cliffhanger. One of the show’s leads, Mulder was desperately ill and in need of a cure created by his partner Scully. That’s not the mention the ominously hovering spacecraft that suddenly appeared on the screen in the dying moments of the final episode. However, if viewers are looking for answers, they will have a long wait. Studio executives from Fox have said that fans of the show will have to wait another year for the eleventh series of the ‘X-Files’ which is due to form part of their 2017-2018 line up.
X-Files season 11 will not be released until 2018
Fox chairman Dana Walden has assured viewers that a new season has most definitely been given the green light at the broadcasting network. Walden says that representatives from the network have already entered negotiations with the creator, Chris Carter, about working on the next season and stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson is confirmed to be willing to re-join the cast of the hugely popular franchise.
Despite these optimistic signals, fans of the show are bound to be disappointed that the X-Files will not be returning to their screens in 2017. In addition to Mulder’s illness, Scully’s cure and the giant spaceship fans are looking for a number of answers about other hanging plot lines left in season 10. It is still to be revealed what happened to William, the child who was revealed to be missing from his home in “My Struggle II”. In addition to that, a number of rumors are proliferating in online forums suggesting that Mulder and Scully’s son may have been abducted by aliens which could prove for an explosive story line in the next season. Fans are certainly hoping that the answers to their questions are worth the long wait.
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