While The X-Files is indeed returning for an eleventh season on Fox, it will concentrate more on standalone stories rather than its own convoluted mythology which resulted in some of the most polarizing aspects of the tenth season.
One of the most influential series of all time, The X-Files originally limped to an unsatisfying series finale, followed by an even less satisfying movie, The X-Files: I Want To Believe. And while fans were delighted when it was announced the series would be revived for a six episode run in 2016, the finished product was largely viewed as a mixed bag, consisting of a few good episodes, one classic (“Mulder and Scully ...
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