The present would revolve round an workplace stuffed with misfit brokers who examine X-Information circumstances too wacky, ridiculous or downright dopey for Mulder and Scully to trouble with.
It won't be the first time The X-Files has tried to go amusing in a spinoff.
Even though The X-Files proper seems to be done for the time being, there could be something more coming to Fox.
An animated comedy spinoff of The X-Files is in the works at Fox, and original series creator Chris Carter is set to produce, TVLine and Variety reported on Friday. Certainly, neither Gillian Anderson, who formally retired as Dana Scully some years ago nor David Duchovny is anticipated to lend her voice to the collection at this stage.
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The X-Files has already had one new show during the ongoing TV revival boom; Duchovny and Anderson reprised their roles as Agents Mulder and Scully in two new X-Files seasons of 16 total episodes in the mid-2010s.
During its run, Carter also created the horror-thriller series Millennium, which crossed over with The X-Files for its finale, and the comic spin-off The Lone Gunmen. 20th Television and Fox Entertainment will be producing the animated spinoff and Bento Box will provide animation. According to the reports, Rocky Russo and Jeremy Sosenko will write for the show, as well as serve as executive producers on the project. They are repped by Verve, Haven Entertainment, and Hansen Jacobson.
This could additionally not be the primary try at doing an animated comedy derived from a live-action drama universe. But if Star Trek can have its Lower Decks, why not The X-Files? The series also marks Fox's latest foray into a new animated project after their merger with Disney.