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THE X-FILES - OVERVIEW & SYNOPSIS

The X-Files was created by Chris Carter, and originally aired from September 10, 1993 to May 19, 2002 on Fox. The show spanned nine seasons and 202 episodes and spawned a feature film of the same name. In 2008, a second film was made which preceded a tenth-season revival. This tenth season consisted of six episodes and aired in 2016, premiering on January 24. In April 2017, Fox officially announced that The X-Files would be returning for an eleventh season of ten episodes.

The series itself revolves around Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) special agents Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) and Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) who investigate X-Files: marginalized, unsolved cases involving paranormal phenomena. Mulder believes in the existence of aliens and the paranormal while Scully, a medical doctor and a skeptic, is initially assigned to make scientific analyses of Mulder’s discoveries in order to debunk his work and thus return him to mainstream cases.

Early in the series, both agents become pawns in a larger conflict and come to trust only each other and a very few select number of other people. The agents also discover an agenda within the government to keep the existence of extraterrestrial life a secret. They develop a close relationship which begins as a platonic friendship, but becomes a romance much later in the series. In addition to the series-spanning story arc, “monster of the week” episodes form roughly two-thirds of all episodes.




THE X-FILES MAIN CAST

  • Gillian Anderson as Dana Scully
  • David Duchovny as Fox Mulder
  • Mitch Pileggi as Walter Skinner
  • William B. Davis as Smoking Man
  • Robert Patrick as John Doggett
  • Tom Braidwood as Melvin Frohike
  • Bruce Harwood as John Fitzgerald Byers
  • Dean Haglund as Richard ‘Ringo’ Langly
  • Annabeth Gish as Monica Reyes
  • Nicholas Lea as Alex Krycek

THE X-FILES MAIN CAST GALLERY

THE X-FILES EPISODE GUIDE




The X-Files – Season 1, Episode 1 – Pilot
Agent Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) is assigned to work with Agent Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) on the X-Files in an attempt to debunk his work on the paranormal. Their first case has them investigating apparent alien abductions. A near comatose man, Billy Miles (Zachary Ansley), is taking his classmates, including Theresa Nemman (Sarah Koskoff), into the woods, where they are killed in a flash of bright light. Also guest stars Cliff DeYoung, Leon Russom, and Alexandra Stewart.

First aired 10 September 1993

The X-Files – Season 1, Episode 2 – Deep Throat
Mulder and Scully travel to Idaho in order to investigate the disappearance of a military test pilot. They observe unusual aircraft activity, prompting Mulder to proclaim the existence of a government conspiracy. Mulder sneaks onto the military base and is spotlighted by one of the craft, but is captured by soldiers and has his memory erased before he is released. Guest stars Jerry Hardin, Andrew Johnston, Gabrielle Rose, Michael Bryan French, Seth Green and Lalainia Lindbjerg.

First aired 17 September 1993

The X-Files – Season 1, Episode 3 – Squeeze
Mulder and Scully investigate a series of murders where there appears to be no tangible method for the murderer’s entrance and escape. Eugene Victor Tooms (Doug Hutchison), a seemingly normal janitor, is suspected by Mulder to be a mutant who kills his victims and extracts their livers in order to prolong his existence. Also guest stars Donal Logue and Henry Beckman.

First aired 24 September 1993

The X-Files – Season 1, Episode 4 – Conduit
As Section Chief Scott Blevins (Charles Cioffi) expresses his concern with the direction of the X-Files department, Mulder becomes obsessed with solving a case that closely parallels an encounter he experienced as a child, which dealt with alien abduction and an exploration of Mulder’s determination to find his sister, Samantha Mulder (Vanessa Morley). Also guest stars Don Gibb.

First aired 1 October 1993

The X-Files – Season 1, Episode 5 – The Jersey Devil
The murder of a homeless man which is very similar in detail to a murder committed in 1947 leads Mulder and Scully to the legendary man-beast the Jersey Devil (Claire Stansfield) roaming in the forests surrounding Atlantic City. Also guest stars Wayne Tippit, Gregory Sierra, Jill Teed, Andrew Airlie, Bill Dow, and David Lewis.

First aired 8 October 1993

The X-Files – Season 1, Episode 6 – Shadows
When an unseen force commits several murders where a young woman is present, Mulder suspects that it is the spirit of the woman’s former boss who was believed to have committed suicide but was actually murdered and he is protecting her from his business partner. Guest starring Barry Primus and Lisa Waltz

First aired 22 October 1993

The X-Files – Season 1, Episode 7 – Ghost in the Machine
A computer with highly advanced artificial intelligence begins to kill in order to preserve its existence when it is deemed too inefficient to continue controlling the workings of an office building. Guest starring Rob LaBelle and Wayne Duvall.

First aired 29 October 1993

The X-Files – Season 1, Episode 8 – Ice
When an Arctic research team mysteriously kill each other and themselves only days after drilling deeper into the ice than ever before, Mulder and Scully accompany a team of doctors and scientists to investigate. They discover an organism which infects living creatures and amplifies the host’s feeling of anger and paranoia, and the new team starts to deteriorate as they wonder who among them are killers. Guest starring Xander Berkeley and Felicity Huffman.

First aired 5 November 1993

The X-Files – Season 1, Episode 9 – Space A mysterious force is sabotaging a space launch program which leads directly back to the commander of the team, who once claimed to have seen an alien in space while witnessing Mars from Earth orbit. The so-called “alien” returns to Earth with him to torment him, and wreck his new space program. Guest starring Ed Lauter and Susanna Thompson.

First aired 12 November 1993

The X-Files – Season 1, Episode 10 – Fallen Angel
Mulder puts the future of the X-Files in jeopardy when he heads to a UFO crash site being rapidly covered up by the military. He is arrested and while in jail he meets Max Fenig (Scott Bellis), a UFO nut whose NICAP group has followed Mulder’s work on the X-Files. When Mulder is released, Scully urges him to return to Washington to face his superiors and try to save his job, but Mulder finds out that Fenig is more than meets the eye and ignores Scully to try to save him instead. Guest starring Marshall Bell and Frederick Coffin.

First aired 19 November 1993

The X-Files – Season 1, Episode 11 – Eve
When two fathers on opposite sides of the country are inexplicably murdered at exactly the same time in exactly the same way, Mulder and Scully find that their eight-year-old daughters are perfect twins (Erika and Sabrina Krievins) and were created in order to continue The Litchfield Experiment, a eugenics project of the 1950s which produced cloned boys named Adam and girls named Eve who have heightened strength and intelligence, but are prone to psychotic behavior. Guest starring Harriet Sansom Harris.

First aired 10 December 1993

The X-Files – Season 1, Episode 12 – Fire
Mulder investigates the deaths of British dignitaries at the behest of an old girlfriend from Oxford. Cecil L’Ively is a pyrokinetic: he has the ability to start fires with his mind, and he wants Sir Malcolm Marsden’s wife. Guest starring Mark Sheppard and Amanda Pays.

First aired 17 December 1993

The X-Files – Season 1, Episode 13 – Beyond the Sea
A death row inmate named Luther Lee Boggs claims that he is psychic and can lead Mulder to a serial killer in exchange for a lesser sentence of life in prison. The agents’ roles are reversed in this episode, with Mulder doubting Boggs’s claim and Scully believing him after she is told that she can communicate through him with her recently deceased father. Guest starring Brad Dourif, Don S. Davis and Sheila Larken.

First aired 7 January 1994

The X-Files – Season 1, Episode 14 – Gender Bender
A series of identical sexual murders, where the killer appears to be both male and female, draw Mulder and Scully to an Amish-type community of people who may be of alien origin, leading to the discovery of a man who can change sex. Guest starring Nicholas Lea.

First aired 21 January 1994

The X-Files – Season 1, Episode 15 – Lazarus
When FBI Agent Jack Willis and bank robber Warren Dupre are both shot at the same time during a robbery attempt, Dupre dies and Willis is resuscitated. When Willis rushes out of the hospital and begins acting strangely, Mulder concludes that Dupre’s consciousness has been transferred to Willis’ body. Guest starring Cec Verrell and Christopher Allport.

First aired 4 February 1994

The X-Files – Season 1, Episode 16 – Young at Heart
A psychotic criminal from one of Mulder’s past cases—John Barnett—is back to get revenge on Mulder for incarcerating him. Before Barnett’s release, a renegade doctor had found a way to reverse the aging process – using Barnett as his test subject. Mulder and Scully rush to catch the now-unrecognizable youthful Barnett before he carries out his threat to kill all of Mulder’s loved ones. Guest starring Dick Anthony Williams and William B. Davis.

First aired 11 February 1994

The X-Files – Season 1, Episode 17 – E.B.E.
Mulder and Scully receive information from Deep Throat about a UFO that was shot down over Iraq and has been secretly transported to the US. However, Deep Throat then intentionally misleads the agents to prevent them from discovering the truth. The Lone Gunmen (Bruce Harwood, Dean Haglund and Tom Braidwood) are introduced.

First aired 18 February 1994

The X-Files – Season 1, Episode 18 – Miracle Man Mulder and Scully travel to Tennessee to investigate the “Miracle Ministry” and its star attraction – a young man with the ability to heal people with his touch – when a person dies shortly after being healed. Guest starring Scott Bairstow, George Gerdes, R. D. Call and Dennis Lipscomb.

First aired 18 March 1994

The X-Files – Season 1, Episode 19 – Shapes
Mulder and Scully head to an Indian reservation in northwestern Montana to investigate a manslaughter case which Mulder believes may relate to the very first X-File ever created at the FBI, and its main subject: lycanthropy. Guest starring Ty Miller, Donnelly Rhodes and Michael Horse.

First aired 1 April 1994

The X-Files – Season 1, Episode 20 – Darkness Falls
Mulder and Scully travel to a remote area of Washington State National Forest after an entire group of thirty loggers goes missing. They soon discover that an unseen force that was lying dormant has been awakened. Guest starring Jason Beghe and Titus Welliver.

First aired 15 April 1994

The X-Files – Season 1, Episode 21 – Tooms
Tooms is released from the psychiatric sanitarium in which he was incarcerated for assaulting Scully – and he needs to kill once more to get the final liver which will allow him to hibernate for another thirty years. Mulder and Scully race against time to find evidence of his involvement in the past string of murders before Tooms disappears again. Assistant Director Walter Skinner (Mitch Pileggi) appears for a first time. Also guest starring Doug Hutchison.

First aired 22 April 1994

The X-Files – Season 1, Episode 22 – Born Again
After a detective and his former partner die in unexplained circumstances, the accidents are linked to a little girl who witnessed both deaths and Mulder believes that she may be the reincarnation of a policeman murdered by his colleagues. Guest starring Maggie Wheeler and Andrea Libman.

First aired 29 April 1994

The X-Files – Season 1, Episode 23 – Roland
Agents Mulder and Scully investigate a series of murders in Mahan Propulsion Laboratory as a team of scientists die one by one and the only suspect is a mentally handicapped cleaner named Roland. Guest starring Željko Ivanek and James Sloyan.

First aired 6 May 1994

The X-Files – Season 1, Episode 24 – The Erlenmeyer Mask
A seemingly unrelated car chase leads Mulder and Scully to a scientific lab encompassing a secret which could provide proof of a government conspiracy. Guest starring Jerry Hardin and William B. Davis.

First aired 13 May 1994




The X-Files – Season 2, Episode 1 – Little Green Men
With the X-Files shut down, FBI agent Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) finds his own belief in the truth waning. So when an old political ally (Raymond J. Barry) gives him a new reason to believe, he goes alone to an abandoned SETI program site—Arecibo Observatory—in Arecibo, Puerto Rico. Concerned for his safety, fellow FBI agent Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) has to track down his whereabouts before someone or something else does.

First aired 16 September 1994

The X-Files – Season 2, Episode 2 – The Host When a man’s decomposed body is found in the sewers of Newark, Mulder is given the supposed “grunt” work. But after Scully’s autopsy turns up a parasite living inside the body and a sewer worker is attacked and bitten by something, it opens up a whole new can of worms. Guest starring Darin Morgan.

First aired 23 September 1994

The X-Files – Season 2, Episode 3 – Blood
Prompted by messages from digital appliances with instructions to kill, several residents of a small farming community suddenly turn violent and dangerous. Guest starring William Sanderson and John Cygan.

First aired 30 September 1994

The X-Files – Season 2, Episode 4 – Sleepless
An audio cassette hidden in his morning paper brings Mulder to request the case of a scientist’s death consistent with burning, despite the lack of any evidence of any flames or burns. He is given his request along with a new partner, Agent Alex Krycek (Nicholas Lea). Guest starring Tony Todd.

First aired 7 October 1994

The X-Files – Season 2, Episode 5 – Duane Barry
An ex-FBI agent (Steve Railsback) escapes from a mental hospital and holds several people hostage in a travel agency. Mulder and Krycek are sent in to help with the negotiations since the man claims to have been a UFO abductee.

First aired 14 October 1994

The X-Files – Season 2, Episode 6 – Ascension
Continuing from the previous episode, Mulder races to Scully’s house after listening to the recording of her attack on his answering machine. Duane Barry (Steve Railsback) has kidnapped Scully, determined to offer her to the aliens in his place. Mulder goes to great lengths to attempt to locate Scully.

First aired 21 October 1994

The X-Files – Season 2, Episode 7 – 3
Walter Skinner (Mitch Pileggi) reopens the X-Files, but Mulder is finding it difficult to work without the missing Scully. When he recognizes a Los Angeles killing as the work of the Trinity murderers, a trio of killers with a fetish for drinking blood, it gives him work in which to immerse himself. Guest starring Perrey Reeves.

First aired 4 November 1994

The X-Files – Season 2, Episode 8 – One Breath
When Scully mysteriously re-appears comatose in a hospital, Mulder fixates himself on finding the people responsible, though his quest for vengeance could make him exactly like those he despises.

First aired 11 November 1994

The X-Files – Season 2, Episode 9 – Firewalker
A malfunction in a robot designed for volcanic exploration yields evidence of a lifeform living in the caves. When this lifeform seemingly causes the death of a member of the research team, Mulder and a newly recovered Scully are flown out to the site in The Cascades to investigate before anyone else dies. Guest starring Bradley Whitford and Leland Orser.

First aired 18 November 1994

The X-Files – Season 2, Episode 10 – Red Museum Several Wisconsin teens are found wandering in the woods in their underwear with “He Is One” scrawled on their backs. Mulder and Scully travel to investigate this aberrant behavior, though the strangest thing in this meat-producing area is a mysterious cult of vegetarian “walk-ins.” The Crew Cut Man (Lindsey Ginter) returns, this time working alone. Several relics from the mythology like purity control and Deep Throat (Jerry Hardin) are revisited here.

First aired 9 December 1994

The X-Files – Season 2, Episode 11 – Excelsis Dei
Mulder and Scully’s latest case begins with the rape and battery of a nurse (Teryl Rothery) in a Massachusetts nursing home – what makes it an X-File is her claim that her attacker was invisible. However, upon their arrival, they uncover strange secrets about the home and its residents.

First aired 16 December 1994

The X-Files – Season 2, Episode 12 – Aubrey
When a detective mysteriously uncovers the remains of an FBI agent who disappeared in the 1940s while investigating a murder case eerily similar to a modern-day one she is investigating, Mulder and Scully believe that the original 1940s killer passed his genetic trait of violence to his grandchild. Guest starring Terry O’Quinn and Deborah Strang.

First aired 6 January 1995

The X-Files – Season 2, Episode 13 – Irresistible
Someone is excavating graves in Minneapolis, removing body parts from the corpses. Mulder and Scully are contacted because the agent on the case believes it is the work of aliens; however Mulder quickly dismisses the idea, profiling the perpetrator as a fetishist. Later key evidence shows up and Scully realises the case is more personal than she thought. Guest starring Nick Chinlund and Bruce Weitz.

First aired 13 January 1995

The X-Files – Season 2, Episode 14 – Die Hand Die Verletzt New Hampshire teenagers feign an occult ritual in an attempt to “score” and inadvertently cause the murder and mutilation of one of their group. When Mulder and Scully are called to look into the matter, the town’s real worshippers attempt to hide their tracks, though it seems there is a mysterious force at work that even the worshippers are afraid of. Guest starring Susan Blommaert.

First aired 27 January 1995

The X-Files – Season 2, Episode 15 – Fresh Bones
One morning, after two gruesome hallucinations, Private Jack McAlpin crashes his car into a tree that has a voodoo symbol drawn on it; the second death of a marine in two weeks that has featured that symbol. The marines in question were guarding a processing centre for Haitian refugees, and when Mulder and Scully visit the centre they find the deaths were not as unexpected as they seemed.

First aired 3 February 1995

The X-Files – Season 2, Episode 16 – Colony
At the beginning, a frozen Mulder is brought to a hospital. The episode flashes back to a scene two weeks before, where the crew of a research vessel find the wreckage of a UFO in the Beaufort Sea. The pilot who survives this crash walks out of the hospital and kills identical-looking doctors in various abortion clinics. Guest starring Peter Donat, Brian Thompson, Megan Leitch and Dana Gladstone.

First aired 10 February 1995

The X-Files – Season 2, Episode 17 – End Game
An alien bounty hunter kidnaps Scully and wants to trade her for Mulder’s sister, Samantha Mulder (Megan Leitch). Mulder asks for Skinner’s help in making the trade, and has the FBI Director set up a sniper to take down the bounty hunter. Guest starring Peter Donat, Brian Thompson and Megan Leitch.

First aired 17 February 1995

The X-Files – Season 2, Episode 18 – Fearful Symmetry
The death of a federal construction worker and the destruction of various property can only be tied to an escaped elephant, yet the witnesses claim to have seen no animals which might have caused the turmoil. Soon, Mulder and Scully discover the local zoo whose claim to fame is that they’ve never had a successful animal birth.

First aired 24 February 1995

The X-Files – Season 2, Episode 19 – Død Kalm
Mulder and Scully are called in when a boatload of survivors from a U.S. Navy destroyer escort are found. What particularly catches Agent Mulder’s attention is that all of these Sailors appear to have aged many decades in the course of a few days. Mulder and Scully travel to Norway where they find a civilian fisherman who is willing to take them to the ship’s last known position. Guest starring John Savage, David Cubitt and Vladimir Kulich.

First aired 10 March 1995

The X-Files – Season 2, Episode 20 – Humbug Mulder and Scully must find the paranormal among the abnormal when they are sent to investigate a long standing series of ritualistic killings which match no known patterns. The latest of which was the death of the “Alligator Man”, just one of many sideshow acts around which the town of Gibsonton, Florida, is built.

First aired 31 March 1995

The X-Files – Season 2, Episode 21 – The Calusari A photograph taken just before the death of a two-year-old boy yields evidence of some supernatural intervention which piques Mulder’s curiosity. When another death in the family occurs, the grandmother of the remaining child requests the aid of some Romanian ritualists (called “căluşari” or “horsemen”) in order to cleanse the home of evil. Guest starring Helene Clarkson, Joel Palmer, Ric Reid, Lilyan Chauvin and Kay E. Kuter.

First aired 14 April 1995

The X-Files – Season 2, Episode 22 – F. Emasculata
After several men in a prison die of a mysterious illness, Scully tries to discover the cause while Mulder attempts to find two escapees who could potentially spread the disease.

First aired 28 April 1995

The X-Files – Season 2, Episode 23 – Soft Light
An ex-student of Scully’s (Kate Twa) asks the agents to help her with her first investigation concerning a number of disappearances with very few clues. Mulder ponders the idea of spontaneous human combustion but rethinks it when they find a man (Tony Shalhoub) who is afraid of his own shadow. The man is Dr. Banton, a scientist researching dark matter. Guest starring Tony Shalhoub, Kevin McNulty and Steven Williams as X.

First aired 5 May 1995

The X-Files – Season 2, Episode 24 – Our Town
Dudley, Arkansas, is the site of the latest investigation for Mulder and Scully, who are sent to find a missing poultry inspector. The case takes a twist when another poultry worker is shot after she goes insane, giving Mulder a hunch that the townsfolk really are what they eat.

First aired 12 May 1995

The X-Files – Season 2, Episode 25 – Anasazi
The trust that Mulder and Scully have is sorely tested when Mulder begins acting strangely. His aberrant behavior is compounded when the Lone Gunmen direct him to a hacker who managed to break into some very closely guarded files. The files are encrypted in Navajo and need to be decoded by a former Navajo code talker.

First aired 19 May 1995

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