X-Files : Chris Carter denies that the series ends, despite the departure of Gillian Anderson
A few hours ago, the X-Files has unveiled the conclusion of its 11th season, may be the last. But Chris Carter seems to have more than one trick in his bag.
On paper, it smells rather bad for this great series of science-fiction, which enormously contributed to dust off the fiction paranoid during the 90’s. At the end of the two seasons, ranging between resurrection soft and crash and cataclysmic, even the fans began to lose interest in the thing, while the star Gillian Anderson has not hidden his desire to leave the show, and the future of the Fox is very uncertain.
Therefore, it is difficult to see how X-Files could still continue for a long time. But the legendary showrunner of the series does not admit absolutely not defeated. This is what he explained in the columns of TV Line.
“I can’t believe that there will be more X-Files, in one form or another. I believe that there are still many stories to tell and ways to do that. I have left you on a huge cliffhanger and Gillian announced that she would not return. The hardcore fans of X-Files know that they really have not seen the end of the series. “
So far, Chris Carter seems to be aware of the fact that the last two episodes of the X-Files is likely to rile some of the spectators, even if he does at any time question the legitimacy of his choice.
“People are going to love me or hate me. I think that the two can argue. It is definitely one of the cliffhangers of the more interesting of the history of the show. “
With Disney about to buy the Fox and his catalog, including television, the future of the X-Files is logically very uncertain. Perhaps it is time to let Mulder and Scully return also, on the side of the truth.
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