With the success of The X-Files Revival, will the Fox Network choose to revive Millennium with Season 4? After three seasons, will a fan petition cause an uproar to bring back criminal profiler Frank Black (Lance Henriksen), just like Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) and Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson)?
During the three past seasons of the Millennium TV series, ex-FBI profiler Frank Black (Henriksen) moved to Seattle to consult for a private law enforcement group, the Millennium Group. Using his mental skills of empathy, Frank senses what he knows about the serial killer's motives and sexual history. As the danger found its way towards his home, Frank risked everything to save his wife and daughter, while attempting to stop the Millennium Group from bringing about the apocalypse.
According to the official Lance Henriksen Facebook page, a tweet-a-thon is going to be held to show FOX that the fanbase wants to see Millennium back on their television screens. Make sure to follow the Aliens actor on his official Twitter page, @lancehenriksen, and Facebook account to find out more information.
This all started due to The X-Files creator's recent interview with Den of Geek. Chris Carter had stated, "I have ideas how it might come back but, it's really, once again, it's a Fox show. They own it. It's really up to them whether or not they would ever want to go down that road."
As we previously mentioned, Millennium continued as a comic book from writer Joe Harris (The X-Files Season 11) and artist Colin Lorimer (Burning Fields). Frank Black has come out of hiding when the Millennium Group his estranged daughter, Jordan, resurface. We loved each installment and highly recommend reading the series. The trade paperback of Millennium is available from IDW Publishing.
The X-Files revival continues on Fox Mondays at 8pm. The Millennium Revival Tweet-a-thon takes place on February 6th, Saturday.
Readers, would you like to see the return of Millennium?