The X-Files is an American science fiction television sequence and won in Peabody, Golden Globe, and Emmy Award. The display is glimpsed as a characterizing sequence of the 1990s, coinciding with the era's prevalent mistrust of authorities, interest in conspiracy ideas and spirituality, and the conviction in the reality of extraterrestrial life. In 2007, Time Magazine publication encompassed it on a register of the "100 Best television Shows of All Time." In 2008, Entertainment Weekly entitled it the fourth best part of research fiction newspapers and the fourth best television display in the last 25 years.
Update: The show’s attractiveness was been made into movie in 1998 and pursue on this imminent of July in your very well liked movie theater. "The X-Files: I Want to Believe" is a stand-alone article in the custom of some of the show's most acclaimed and beloved episodes, and takes the perplexing connection between Fox Mulder (Duchovny) and Dana Scully (Anderson) in unforeseen directions. Mulder extends his unshakable quest for the reality, and Scully, the fervent, fiercely smart doctor, continues inextricably joined to Mulder's pursuits. The upcoming movie was produced by 20th Century Fox and directed by Chris Carter who’s also created the series in television. The film will starred by David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson, Xzibit, Amanda Peet, Billy Connolly, Callum Keith Rennie, Adam Godley.
Genre: Science Fiction Channel: FOX
Original Run: September 10, 1993 – May 19, 2002
No. of episodes: 202 (Seasons 9)
Created: Chris Carter
- David Duchovny – Special Agent Fox William Mulder
- Gillian Anderson – Special Agent Dana Katherine Scully, M.D.
- Mitch Pileggi – Assistant Director Walter S. Skinner
- Robert Patrick – Special Agent John Doggett
- Annabeth Gish – Special Agent Monica Reyes