It's been well over a decade since The X-Files went off the air, but Mulder and Scully might soon be back on the case. Fox TV chairman Gary Newman revealed that Fox is in talks to revive the cultishly adored sci-fi series, with original stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson slated to return.
Newman clairified that the X-Files revival isn't officially happening — yet — but that the network is "hopeful" it can work out a deal with Duchovny, Anderson, and series creator Chris Carter.
The X-Files went off the air in 2002, but was revived as a feature film in 2008. In 2013, Chris Carter told Empire Online that he would love to "put the band back together" for another X-Files story. "It's really up to Twentieth Century Fox, whether they have the will to do it," he said.
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