TV series premieres on ABC and FOX at the exact same time in the fall, and the upcoming series from Fox and AMC is being called “TheXFiles” for a reason.
The new “X-Files,” from Fox Television Studios and produced by FX Networks, will air at the beginning of fall, according to Deadline Hollywood.
It’s been rumored for some time that the series would debut at the start of November, and it is expected that Fox will air episodes at a time that will coincide with the holidays.
The series is being produced by The X-FILES producers, Fox Television Group, FX Networks and Fox Television Originals.
While “The Walking Dead” season 8 will air in mid-November, the series is not scheduled to premiere until February.
The show, which is set to premiere on AMC, will not premiere in October, but will be re-edited to air in the months of November and December, according a rep for Fox Television.
Fox also announced a “The Flash” prequel, titled “The Lazarus Effect,” on the CW, but the show has not yet premiered on the network.
It will be released on the same day that “The Originals” season 5 premieres.