JJ Abrams has become as dependable a creative mind as Joss Whedon, with properties such as
"Alias" and "Lost" under his belt. (Never mind the genre credibility of "Cloverfield" and the upcoming
"Star Trek" reboot!) Now Abrams has turned his television efforts to a series built in the classic
"X-Files" mold. Having grown in popularity during its excellent first two seasons, the series is poised to
break out and become the next television success for Bad Robot Productions.
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