Midseason shows seem to be all the rage, and Fox is set to jump on that bandwagon by announcing the launch dates for Lucifer and The X-Files.

The 13-episode The X-Files launches with a two-night event beginning on Sunday January 24th and on Monday at the regular 8:00 PM slot.  Friday (then Sunday) were the big days for The X-Files back in the day, and with Tuesdays and Wednesdays locked up, and the Sunday Animation Block still a big Fox thing, Monday may be the best day to launch the show.


Lucifer, based on the Vertigo comic series, will also debut on January 25th that will air at 9:00 PM.

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via Variety


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