The X-Files Revival: Everything You Need to Know About Mulder and Scully's Return

Chris Carter, the show's executive producer and creator, revealed discussions about bringing The X-Files back first began in November and he's been thinking about the story pretty much ever since.
While Carter told The Daily Beast there are no scripts yet, expect him to oversee them and work with past show veterans.
As for when the show takes place, yes it follows the latest outing of Mulder and Scully, the second flick, The X-Files: I Want to Believe.
In the 2008 movie, Mulder and Scully were no longer FBI agents—Mulder was a fugitive since the series finale and Scully was working as a doctor in a Catholic hospital.
The two come out of retirement of sorts at the request of the FBI to investigate the disappearances of several women.
The six-episode series will film this summer with a premiere date to be announced at a later date.