Much like "Twin Peaks", "The X-Files" is a creepy nineties series rumored to be going back into production for a limited-run series recently. Now it's official, because like "Twin Peaks", "The X-Files" is a nineties series going back into production for a limited-run series. Unlike "Peaks", "The X-Files" will be returning to its original network, FOX, and the project seems to be moving ahead swiftly as Chris Carter is set to get to work on the new six-episode arch this summer. David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson are both set to return (update: and Mitch Pileggi as Assistant Director Walter Skinner and William B. Davis as the Cigarette Smoking Man, even though he totally died for the thirtieth time in the "final" episode of the series). No word yet on the involvement of Annabeth Gish, Xzibit, or that genie on the cart that crawls into people's butts.