Sep 23, 2016 04:14 AM EDT | By LA Zamora
"The X-Files" season 11 premiere is still undetermined as reports say that there is a problem with the production. The number of episodes for "The X-Files" season 11 might also be on the bargaining stage because Fox wants it to have more episodes than season 10.
The current living situation of the two main stars of "The X-Files" season 11 might also have something to do with the delay. Dana Walden of The Fox Group has previously admitted that there was a limitation in Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny's schedule. With that, viewers should not keep their hopes up and expect a full season of "The X-Files" season 11.
However, basing on Dana Walden's intention of making the number of episodes longer than season 10, viewers can at least 10 to 12 episodes for "The X-Files" season 11. Hopefully, the network and production team will come up with a solution to the aforementioned limitations.
The awesome kick-ass tandem of Dana and Scully was surely missed by the viewers. Its return to the small screen after almost 14 years of absence was warmly welcomed by the fans. The short-lived season 10 of "The X-Files" received mixed reactions. Some viewers thought that it was the hint of a dying era while some complained and wished for more episodes.
What's making "The X-Files" fanatics more antsy is the uncertainty of the "The X-Files" season 11. Although there were reports that planning for "The X-Files" season 11 is underway, the network has yet to give more details and information about the final status of the series.
Currently, Gillian Anderson is part of the most watched drama in BBC2 alongside "Fifty Shades Of Grey" actor Jamie Dornan. Anderson seems to be a magnet for detective roles as she plays the role of Superintendent Stella Gibson in "The Fall." Stay tuned to GamenGuide to catch the latest updates on "The X-Files" season 11.
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