Reasons To Watch X-files series

The X-Files – Season 10 cover: TVline.com

The FBI, or Federal Bureau of Investigation, is one of the international agencies. The FBI agents are working on various situations where the police are unable to solve the problem. They could handle an internet crime case, such as when someone repeatedly reports your company Instagram account, causing Instagram to block your account, or an incomprehensible case, such as “X” files.

Do you know why they’re named “x” files? Yeah, perhaps because we had to find the missing value of “X” in our mathematical algebra problems at school. The X-files we’re about to discuss are not the FBI’s “X” files, but rather the TV series, so let’s get started!!

The X-files series, what is it about?

The X-Files: Youtube.com

The X-Files is a TV show about a crime investigation. The X-Files, created by Chris Carter in September 1993, recounted the story of two FBI agents, which are Fox Mulder or Agent Mulder portrayed by David Duchovny and Dana Scully or Agent Scully portrayed by Gillian Anderson. Both of them are working on the X-files, particularly one of the most difficult cases, extraterrestrial abduction.

Agent Mulder is assigned to handle and report the supernatural phenomena that sometime science cannot explain it and Agent Scully is assigned to clearly and scientifically explain the cases. You can watch the series on Fox Channel when the season and its episodes are being played or you can binge watch all seasons and two X-files movies on Disney+.

Why you should watch X-Files the series?

The X-Files “the truth is out there”: Criminalelement.com

Several people have used the X-Files opening soundtrack on purpose to add creepy and scary sound effects to their needs, such as a Halloween video. The programmes are intriguing and, at times, mind-blowing, particularly the alien-case episodes. You’ll even gasp when Scully and Mulder are in action, not only on the field trying to solve the riddle, but also in the FBI office reporting on and explaining the case to their director.

The X-Files ended with 11 seasons; the 9 seasons were shown and distributed year by year, with delays in 2001 and 2008 following the release of the second film, The X-Files: I Want to Believe. The latter two seasons, 10 and 11, were released in 2016 and 2018, respectively, with ten episodes for each season, and they successfully wowed their admirers. The X-Files also receives positive ratings and critical reviews on IMDB and Rotten Tomatoes, proving that, as The X-Files’ opening theme song says, the truth is on the links.

So, what are you doing now? Better watch it NOW on Fox Channel or Disney+ and tell your friends what you think about it.

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