The X-Files Animated Comedy Spinoff Series In the Works


So far, the project is going under the name The X-Files: Albuquerque, Variety reports, and it's now in the works over at Fox. This series will reportedly instead focus on a group of misfit office agents who investigate cases too out-there for Mulder or Scully to even bother with.

Anderson played his partner Dana Scully, an Federal Bureau of Investigation agent and a doctor whose analytical mind was constantly in conflict with Mulder's more intuitive decision making.

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TV Line first reported on the development news. The first "X Files" starred David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson as Federal Bureau of Investigation marketers Fox Mulder and Dana Scully and ran for 9 seasons between 1993 and 2002 and resulted in Fox revived the collection for 2 greater seasons from 2016 to 2018. The comedy-series will most likely find a home in FOX's animation block, but it could also end up at FX with "Archer", or on "Hulu". They also wrote for Comedy Central's Brickleberry and Netflix's Paradise PD. But it looks like Fox isn't done exploring the paranormal franchise. The follow-up, "The X Files: I Want to Believe", premiered in 2008 with Duchovny, Anderson, Billy Connolly, and Amanda Peet.

American broadcaster FOX is creating a animated humor based on renowned sci-fi tv show The X-Files. Demand kept rising for more The X-Files stories, resulting in two additional revival seasons that saw Scully and Mulder reuniting on screen after more than a decade. The new episodes were of mixed quality (the worst of them had Chris Carter's name listed as writer), but there were a few that were good enough to justify the revival's existence. There were some amusing moments here and there on the original show, but we don't exactly think you can call it a "comedy".

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