Amazon is walking away from the X-Files creator's latest TV series, The After.
X-Files creator Chris Carter is back with the strange, post-apocalyptic Amazon series The After. Inspired (loosely) by Dante's Divine Comedy, Carter boasted that he would like to make 99 episodes, similar to the 99 cantos in the book. Thankfully Amazon has only given him the cash to make eight.
Chris Carter, the creator of The X-Files, has been busy producing a new show called The After for Amazon Studios. The first trailer has landed—but it doesn't really reveal a huge amount about what we can all expect.
The X-Files' creator Chris Carter returns to TV for The After, a mysterious TV series about eight strangers, brought together to face an even more mysterious apocalypse. Here's the first clip from the series, and, as you might have gathered by this point, it's kind of mysterious.
Both Netflix and Amazon have commissioned science fiction series about eight people who are mysteriously connected, so find out what J. Michael Straczynski and Chris Carter have to say about their respective projects. And we may be seeing a new Addams Family from the writer of The Corpse Bride! Spoilers now!
A bunch of veteran actors join new shows, including Anthony Stewart Head in Dominion and Adrian Pasdar in Chris Carter's The After. Ron Moore starts shooting his Outlander TV show. Plus, there are photos of Josh Hartnett on set for Penny Dreadful and the cast of The Walking Dead previews the new season. Spoilers…