Fox Entertainment is creating one other spinoff of must-see-’90s-TV sequence The X-Files — and this time it’s an animated comedy. X-Files: Albuquerque will middle on an workplace of misfits who attempt to take care of the circumstances too goofy for Mulder and Scully.
Which is humorous, as a result of that’s what I believed Mulder and Scully’s relationship was to the remainder of the FBI. Show creator Chris Carter will govt produce, with Rocky Russo and Jeremy Sosenko (Paradise PD) to jot down the pilot, and Bento Box Entertainment, dwelling of Bob’s Burgers, to animate.
“The X-Files: Albuquerque is an animated sequence about an workplace filled with misfit brokers who examine the X-Files circumstances too wacky, ridiculous or downright dopey for Mulder & Scully to trouble with” a Fox consultant instructed Polygon. “They’re basically the X-Files’ B-team.”
It received’t be the primary time The X-Files has tried to go humorous in a by-product. 2001’s The Lone Gunmen kicked off earlier than the unique present even ended, starring the primary sequence’ most beloved recurring characters, and was cancelled after a single season. But if Star Trek can have its Lower Decks, why not The X-Files?
The X-Files: Albuquerque has been optioned for a script and presentation, however not but greenlit as a full sequence.