The truth is still out there. After a finale that ended on a huge cliffhanger Monday night, "The X-Files" star David Duchovny may have just revealed that there will be more episodes in the future.
In an Instagram post on Tuesday, Duchovny posted a still photo from the opening credit sequence of the show with the words "The truth is on hiatus" across it. You can see his post below:
While it's not necessarily a guarantee that there will be more episodes, the word "hiatus" is good news for fans as opposed to the words "canceled." This post comes a day after Duchovny appeared on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" and said he'd "love" to make more new "X-Files," as would everyone involved on the show.
Show creator Chris Carter has also made it known that he believes the show will return. In an interview with the New York Times, Carter said "I can tell you, almost without a doubt, we will come back." In a previous interview with International Business Times, Carter pointed to the show's high ratings as a big reason why it would most like come back once again.
When the miniseries came to an end Monday night, Mulder (Duchovny) was close to dying because of the Spartan virus. Meanwhile Scully (Gillian Anderson) was looking up at a beam of light coming down from an ARV. The fate of the world, Mulder and who exactly was flying that ship remains unknown.
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