The X-Files returns

The X-Files returns
22 years after its premiere new episodes are planned.

On Tuesday Fox announced that the terrifying series returns to the screens.

There will be made six new episodes of the series, and recordings will begins in the summer of 2015.

- I look at it as a 13-year long commercial break, says producer Chris Carter, which promises even more exciting episodes than previously.

- The world has only gotten weirder, so it fits perfectly to tell the six stories now.

"The X-Files" premiered in September 1993 and was sent for nine seasons. The series was a great success worldwide. The series received 16 Emmy nominations and won five Golden Globes.

David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson will once again play the iconic roles as FBI agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully.

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