Bill O’Reilly lost his job when his behavior became too costly to defend.
Almost 16 million people tuned in when Fox rebooted the series last year.
LOS ANGELES — “The X-Files” is coming back. Fox said Thursday it has ordered a second chapter of what it’s calling an “X-Files” ‘‘event series.” The 10-episode series will air during the
TV host was fired Wednesday amid a string of sexual harassment allegations.
New series is pitched primarily towards adults.
21st Century Fox issued statement confirming hosts’s departure.
Monday event to be moderated by Anderson Cooper.
Through four days of O’Reilly’s vacation, his show’s viewership declined by 23 percent.
Last year the Tonys and brought in the largest broadcast viewership for the show since 2001.
Feat honors silent star’s would-be 128th birthday.