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"Babylon" has already sparked rumors of a potential X-Files spinoff for new FBI agents Einstein (Laura Ambrose) and Miller (Robbie Amell). Ambrose spoke with TVLine on the penultimate episode of the revival, expressing her interest in reprising the role in the future.
"All I know is it was a great place to work, and I would love to do more," Ambrose said. "I love working with Chris and David and Gillian [Anderson]. They’re all amazing, talented people… and I would like nothing more than to do more."
Chris Carter has stated that the actors don't have a series deal beyond their contracts for their two-episode guest spot in the revival.
Here are the Den of Geek reviews for The X-Files Season 10:
We're also collecting all the easter eggs and references for the new season and we need your help, X-Philes!
We sat down with Chris Carter to discuss the revival, his plans for a third X-Files movie, and more. Read the interview here.
Our X-Files correspondent Matt Allair attended the red carpet premiere. He reported live from LA for The X-Files Lexicon.
Ahead of the premiere of The X-Files revival, we've recorded an X-Files retrospective podcast. Listen here!
The X-Files returned on Sunday Jan. 24, 2016 with a generous lead-in from the NFL, which hosts its NFC Championship that day. The show airs on Monday nights at 8 p.m. in its regular time slot.
Early viewing numbers suggest The X-Files is a big overnight success, with strong DVR and online streaming numbers. The X-Files premiere drew more than 20 million viewers, plus another 1.1 millions viewers after three days of online streaming on Hulu and FoxNow.