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‘X-Files’ creator Chris Carter on his long-awaited return to TV: Amazon’s ‘The After’

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Feb
2014

Chris Carter helped change television when he created The X-Files in the 1990s, and while that success led to projects like Millenium and the The Lone Gunmen he’s otherwise stayed away from TV since the series wrapped in 2002. That changed last week when Amazon Studios released its latest round of original pilots, which included Carter’s return to the medium. We spoke with the writer-director about his break from TV, what it’s like working with Amazon’s crowdsourced feedback model, and why some elements of The After might look very familiar to fans of his earlier work. And I have to say, doing this thing with Amazon, and the way they’re doing it — which is strange — is kind of fascinating at the same time.

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