'The X-Files' Event Series Trailer Debuts at New York Comic-Con


Fox dropped the official trailer for Season 11 of "The X-Files" during the show's panel at New York Comic Con (NYCC) on Sunday.

There are several reasons why fans are looking forward to "The X-Files" Season 11.

However, The Fall actress really didn't expect to return to her role opposite David Duchovny, who plays Federal Bureau of Investigation agent Fox Mulder, after last year's comeback series.

The X-Files Season 11 will air 10 episodes in 2018. Interestingly enough he's offering Director Skinner a deal.

Throughout all the years of The X-Files' life cycle, the true constant of the show has been Mulder and Scully's relationship. The show, which earned 16 Emmy Awards, five Golden Globes and a Peabody Award, follows Federal Bureau of Investigation special agents Scully and Mulder, as they investigate unexplained cases - "X-Files" - for which the only answers involve paranormal phenomena.

The season's main focus seems distilled to focus on the series' power couple and their quest to find their son.


Of the episode written by fan favourite Darin Morgan, Carter said it was "original, idiosyncratic, very very funny" and a "thumb in the eye of the show itself".

Speaking with a number of media outlets, the actress was asked if she was open to continuing the show after season 11, to which she replied: "No, no, I think this will be it for me".

While last season left Mulder succumbing to the Spartan Virus, the trailer sees him looking a dapper as ever - with Scully looking worse for wear.

Carter also promised an action-packed season.

New this year are Barbara Hershey and Brian Huskey. He confirmed that no one from the X-Files had contacted him about returning, though.