Finally, some answers! ‘The X-Files’ delivers the truth about William in the season finale, but still leaves us hanging with a major cliffhanger. Who is William really, and what does this mean for Mulder and Scully? Find out!
Ready to get grossed out? ‘The X-Files’ just delivered what may be its most gruesome episode since the legendary ‘Home’. It’s insane!
So it’s come to this. Mulder and Scully tackle the dangers of AI in the latest, very lackluster episode of ‘The X-Files’. Yes, the creature of the week is an evil, robotic vacuum. Allow us to explain.
Wait — was that Haley Joel Osment? Find out the role he plays in one of ‘The X-Files’ best episodes of the season by reading our recap! Warning: this episode is NOT for the squeamish.
‘The X-Files’ gets back to its roots with a good ol’ fashioned conspiracy theory. Mulder and Scully find out about the Mandela Effect, and that can’t be good for anyone involved!
‘The X-Files’ gives us possibly the most outrageous and disgusting episodes of its 20-year run: one that implies Mulder and Scully have sex and DOESN’T show it. Read our recap to find out more.
‘The X-Files’ returns for a second episode with a fan favorite back to help Mulder and Scully save the world! Find out who in our recap!
In ‘The X-Files’ season 11 premiere Scully is having visions of the end of the world, courtesy of the Cigarette Smoking Man. The only thing that can stop him is William — and Mulder believing her.
It’s official! Fox has ordered a second installment of ‘The X-Files’ event series, meaning it will return for season 11! On April 20, the network announced that 10 more episodes are coming and now fans are super pumped. Check out the excited tweets!
Say it ain’t so! The last episode of ‘The X-Files’ revival has finally come, and it ended on a total cliffhanger. This frustrating episode was one of the best of the mini-series, and it left us wanting more! Click through for our recap!
Why you gotta do us like that, Mulder and Scully? The season finale of The X-Files was probably the best of the revival mini-series, but it left so, so much unanswered! As the mini-season came to a close, Mulder (David Duchovny) and Scully (Gillian Anderson) were battling the end of the world — and the Cigarette Smoking Man (William B. Davis) was to blame. Did they both make it out alive?
‘The X-Files’ brought the weirdness again for the fourth episode in the stunning mini-series everybody’s talking about! Mulder and Scully meet a garbage man who rips people apart — and we mean ACTUALLY made of garbage!
The original run of The X-Files gave us an insane number of spooky and creepy monsters and villains, but the Bandaid Nose Man may take the cake as the weirdest yet! The fourth episode of The X-Files mini-series introduced us to a man literally made out of garbage, who mutilates people and tosses them into the back of a trash truck. It only gets weirder from there! Read on for the rest of our recap!
‘The X-Files’ went back to its roots in the third episode to give the fans what they want: a creature feature! The FBI has officially reopened the X-Files, and that means Scully and Mulder are back on the road to find the spooky and strange!
This is The X-Files that we missed! Scully and Mulder (Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny) are dispatched to determine whether or not a couple huffing paint in the woods have stumbled upon a ferocious monster that kills everyone in its path, or just…a mountain lion. Obviously, this was bound to be good from the beginning!
Scully and Mulder are forced to face the most painful event of their lives 15 years later: giving up their baby, William, for his own protection. The second episode of ‘The X-Files’ begs the question: who did this to Scully, and are they doing it to others, too? Click through for the full recap!
Is there anything more comforting than hearing that theme song? The second episode of The X-Files revival brings us back to one of the most poignant parts of the original series, when Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) is forced to give up her son, William, when he is just a baby. In 2016, both Scully and Mulder (David Duchovny) can’t bear to think about the son they don’t know, but they have to face a harsh reminder when children with severe genetic deformities, gone missing, are found living at a lab.
It’s here, it’s finally here! Agents Mulder and Scully returned in an epic way for ‘The X-Files’ six-episode limited run, and it’s like no time passed at all! David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson were on their A game for the series premiere, and we couldn’t have been more excited to see this revival!
Oh my god! The X-Files revival’s premiere on January 24 was everything we hoped for and more! Agents Scully and Mulder (Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny) set up another insane paranormal adventure, reminding fans of the good old days. If you were a fan of The X-Files in the original run, then you were not disappointed by this episode! So is the truth still out there?
It’s not over ’til it’s over — and that may not be anytime soon for David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson. The on-screen duo is returning to Fox for a six-episode limited series, but in a new interview, they were of course asked to do more than six episodes. And well, they weren’t against it.
We’ve been waiting a long time (14 years to be exact) for The X-Files to return to TV and we’re obviously thrilled to see David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson back in action when the series premieres on Jan. 24. However, six episodes is a total tease, right? Well it may just turn into more.
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