Air Date: September 10th, 1993
FBI special agents probe cases involving phenomena that defy conventional explanations.
Genres: Science fiction, Drama
Season 10 - Episode 6 : My Struggle II Feb 22, 2016
The investigation that Mulder and Scully began with Internet show host Tad O'Malley (Joel McHale) seems to have created powerful enemies; Scully searches for a cure when people all over the country become gravely ill; a figure from the past emerges.
Season 10 - Episode 5 : Babylon Feb 15, 2016
After an art gallery bombing, Mulder and Scully must find a way to communicate with a comatose bomber in hopes of preventing more attacks; two young FBI agents on the case push Scully and Mulder to examine their beliefs.
Season 10 - Episode 4 : Home Again Feb 8, 2016
When a city official is murdered, it seems that a human could not have committed the crime; Scully experiences deep feelings about the child she gave up for adoption.
Season 10 - Episode 3 : Mulder & Scully Meet the Were-Monster Feb 1, 2016
Witnesses claim a strange creature was responsible for killing a person in the woods; Mulder confronts some of his own demons.
Season 10 - Episode 2 : Founder's Mutation Jan 25, 2016
When a scientist suddenly kills himself, Mulder and Scully's investigation leads to a laboratory where extreme genetic experimentation has been breeding subjects with dangerous powers.
David Duchovny from "Red Shoe Diaries," "Twin Peaks" and the current film "Kalifornia" combines an off-center earnestness with a weird sense of humor to make Mulder likable and convincing. As Scully, Gillian Anderson provides a cool, logical counterpart for Spooky. It's a perfectly balanced pairing, with only a hint of sexual tension. [10 Sept 1993, p.61] Show More
Don’t be discouraged by the utter incoherence of the first hour: The spirit of the show is still here, waiting to be drawn out, and each installment is better than the last. Show More
The first episode, titled "My Struggle" (the English translation of Hitler's manifesto, "Mein Kampf," which seems strange) starts off well enough. But then things go haywire.... The second episode, directed and written by X-Files veteran James Wong, is a welcome step up from the first. And the third (only three were made available for screening), is a comic horror gem. Show More