Fresh from last week's news which confirmed what 'X-Files' fans had long been hoping for - the return of the cult classic sci-fi show, star David Duchovny has opened up on what the eight year break means for his character Mulder and what he knows about the direction the revival will take.
Speaking to the New York Times, Duchovny revealed that while he currently didn't "know much at all" apart from the six episode order, he stated he was "pretty sure it's gonna begin and end with the mythology" referring to the series spanning alien conspiracy which was absent from the last feature film 'I Want To Believe' to the disappointment of many. But by far the highlight of the interview was the admission that Mulder was "the worst F.B.I. agent of all time" having never truly solved a case throughout the nine season run.
'The X-Files' is expected to return sometime next year for the six episode limited series revival.