Since appar­ent­ly this to be explained, ’s why mat­ters that the Sea­son 11 writ­ing staff con­sists only of men who pre­vi­ous­ly worked on the series. Ed Araquel/​FOX When Fox revealed this week who exact­ly would be writ­ing the next sea­son of “The X–,” the reac­tion was rel­a­tive­ly polar­ized: excite­ment over the return of fan favorites ver­sus dis­may that cre­ator Chris Carter had passed up the oppor­tu­ni­ty to bring new voic­es into the mix. The cre­ator brought in three for­mer assis­tants to join return­ing Sea­son 10 writ­ers Glen Mor­gan, Darin Mor­gan and James Wong. READ : ‘The X-Files’ Sea­son 11 Fills Its Writ­ers’ Room With All-Male Staff For any­one who believes a vari­ety of diverse voic­es can do a lot to improve the qual­i­ty of a show’s writ­ing, this move came as a real blow. But wasn’t real­ly any­thing new for “ The X-Files .” As not­ed by Car­ly Lane at Nerdist , over the course of the show’s orig­i­nal nine sea­sons, only women in 202 episodes ever received a writ­ing cred­it: Mar­i­lyn Osborn (“Shapes”) Sara B. Charno (“Aubrey,” “The Calusari”) Kim New­ton (“Rev­e­la­tions,” “Quag­mire”) Valerie May­hew & Vivian May­hew (“San­guinar­i­um”) Jes­si­ca Scott (“Schizoge­ny,” -writ­ten with […]