The X-Files, David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson


The X-Files has come to an end, again. But with such a big cliffhanger—you know, Mulder was near death, along with the rest of the world, Scully had just developed a cure with her alien DNA and then a UFO came out of nowhere, beaming down on our heroes—there has to be more…right?

Series creator Chris Carter told us he's spoken to Fox. "There's no negotiations, but I had a conversation with [Fox boss] Dana Walden today," Carter told E! News. "They said they're certainly up for more if we can figure out how to get it done."

And for their part, David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson haven't been shy about talking about another go with the FBI, aliens and all your favorite X-Files tropes.

When asked about what he thought happened with the ending, Duchovny said this on Facebook: "I don't know. I haven't seen it yet. Maybe we will find out another time." There was a wink emoji involved.

"Thanks again everyone. The truth is on hiatus. Deepest appreciation to fans old and new," he tweeted after the finale.

Anderson had a little more fun with her tweets, above and below.

"I don't think it's it for Mulder and Scully, but I have to say, there's no guarantee that we're coming back," Carter told E! News before the finale. "So, while I see Mulder and Scully and stories down the way, we end up on a very big cliff."

Time will tell if the truth is still out there.

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