Gillian Anderson believes the next series of The X-Files will be her last.
The singer has played FBI agent Dana Scully in 10 series given Sep 1993, but has teased the 11th deteriorate could actually be her last.
When the 49-year-old was asked if she approaching to seem in any some-more episodes after the 11th series, she replied: ‘No, no, we consider this will be it for me.’
The show’s stirring series is the second deteriorate of its quip after returning to the radio screen in Jan 2016 following a 15-year break, and it is due to air next year; the singer concluded to do some-more episodes since she felt as yet the story had some-more to give.
‘It felt like it wasn’t over. It didn’t feel like we indispensably broach all the fans were awaiting of us last time, and so it was that,’ she explained.
However, The Fall singer really didn’t design to return to her role conflicting David Duchovny, who plays FBI agent Fox Mulder, after last year’s quip series.
She revealed: ‘I suspicion we was finished [after deteriorate 10].’
This comes after Gillian slammed the show’s miss of womanlike directors in June.
In response to a story created by the Washington Post journal about an all-male essay team, Gillian wrote on Twitter: ‘And 2 out of 207 eps destined by women. we too demeanour brazen to the day when the numbers are different. #TheFutureIsFemale. (sic)’
The X-Files was among the many renouned TV shows of the 1990s and even shabby a array of other TV series, including Buffy The Vampire Slayer.