The new season of The X-Files will be the longest in the series
The X, The X2, The Returned: The XFiles is the longest running sci-fi TV series on the air, and it will be getting its next season back on Sunday at 10pm.
The new season is slated to wrap with a “classic X-Treme” cliffhanger, but it’s also going to be the most ambitious one in the franchise.
The new episode will focus on an X-Man, and the show’s creators have been keeping their options open about what that character might be.
But, in the long run, there is a reason why X-Men fans were so excited about the finale of The Return.
X-Factor had a big role in the X-Team’s first fight, and while there was some drama between the XMen and Cyclops’ team, it was the showrunners’ idea to bring it back for a special crossover episode.
“I feel like we really wanted to keep it fresh,” co-creator David X. Cohen said.
“X-Men: The Last Stand” co-writer Michael G. Wilson said in a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly.
“When you start thinking about something as iconic as X-Force, it’s so easy to make it a one-off.
We wanted to make something that was different and exciting, but at the same time be a part of the canon of the X.”
Wilson added that the team decided to do a crossover because it’s the only way to make the show relevant for a younger audience.
“There’s a lot of people out there who don’t have a real connection to this franchise, so that’s really what X-Mangels mission is to make sure that people who are going to watch X-mangels are going get that experience,” he said.
The X-treme storyline, which will also be the showstopper of the show, is just the first in a series of six that will focus heavily on the XM-16 and X-17 teams.
The X3 team, a group of mutants that have been genetically altered, will have their own battle with Apocalypse, a villain who has been killing mutants for centuries.
And the X2 team will have to deal with the fallout of a nuclear attack on Earth that wiped out the entire population of New York City.
“I’m really excited to have these six teams come together,” said director Bryan Singer, who helmed the first four seasons of The Simpsons.
“It gives the show a sense of continuity and a sense that the X team is always there for each other.”
While the X franchise has had its share of bad blood in the past, there’s a reason this season is the most polarizing one yet.
Some fans have been upset by how X-Con, an XMen fan convention, has been treated by the showrunner, Gillian Anderson, in recent years.
Singer also has been accused of not doing enough to support the Xmangies’ efforts to make comics.
“People get very frustrated when the show goes out of its way to try to be inclusive and do good work,” he told EW.
“But there’s an element of that that is very welcome, because it shows that the writers and producers are willing to be willing to do that.
The show is great at creating an inclusive, diverse and diverse-at-all-levels, and I think that’s what makes it so great.
But I’m not here to get into what that is.
I’m here to say I love this show, and when people are like, ‘Oh, it sucks.
It’s too dark.
It doesn’t make sense,'” Singer said, he replied with, “Oh, no, no.
We’re going to make fun of you.”