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TV : X-Files reboot, Star Trek shows renewed, Man on Fire comes to TV

Chris Carter has revealed that a reboot of the series is in the works

The X-Files
“X-Files” creator Chris Carter has revealed that a reboot of the series is in the works – with Creed and Black Panther helmer Ryan Coogler at the helm.“I just spoke to a young man… Ryan Coogler… who is going to remount ‘The X-Files’ with a diverse cast”, Carter told On The Coast. “So he’s got his work cut out for him because we covered so much territory.” it’s not yet known whether the new series will be a sequel to the original series, with returning cast David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson, or a complete restart.

Star Trek
Paramount+ today announced new seasons of its hit original series “Star Trek : Strange New Worlds” and “Star Trek : Lower Decks” will premiere globally this summer. In addition, Paramount+ announced that both series have been renewed for additional seasons: “New Worlds” for a 10-episode third season and “Lower Decks” for a 10-episode fifth season.
Season two of the original drama series “SNW” will premiere Thursday, June 15 on Paramount+ in the U.S, the U.K., Australia, Latin America, Brazil, France, Italy, Germany, Switzerland and Austria. New episodes of the 10-episode season will be available to stream weekly on Thursdays. The second season will also be available to stream on Paramount+ in South Korea, with premiere dates to be announced at a later date.
Season four of the original animated comedy series “Lower Decks” will premiere in late summer on Paramount+ in the U.S., with the exact date to be announced. International premiere dates will be also announced at a later date.
Fans will be treated to even more new animated “Star Trek” as the critically acclaimed original animated kids’ series “Star Trek : Prodigy” will return with season two this winter. The Children’s and Family Emmy Award-winning series is from Nickelodeon and CBS Studios’ Eye Animation Productions.

Man on Fire
Netflix today announced a series order for ”Man on Fire”, based on the first two books of A.J. Quinnell’s series. Like the film, which starred Denzel Washington and Dakota Fanning, the series tells the story of John Creasy, a broken ex-mercenary on a mission to avenge the death of his only friend, while protecting his fallen comrade’s daughter from the forces that destroyed her family.
The 8-episode series will be written and executive produced by “Halo” alum Kyle Killen.

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