During the 1990s, there were few dramas as popular as FOX’s The X-Files. Whether one tuned in for the will they/won’t they relationship between Mulder and Scully, the complex government conspiracy mythology, or just to see creepy monsters, The X-Files managed to ascend to the very height of pop culture for a large portion of its 9-season run. Near the end of said run, co-lead David Duchovny decided to make a go of it as a movie star, sitting out most of seasons 8 and 9.
Not wanting to prematurely stop milking The X-Files cash cow, FOX and creator Chris Carter sought to fill the Mulder-shaped void with additional FBI ...
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