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Description of the TV ShowEdit
In 1993, The X-Files, began on American television. This series was created by Chris Carter, and ultimately it ran for nine seasons, ending in 2002. Due to the popularity of the television series, there was also a feature film in 1998. The original first-run episodes aired on the FOX television network, but re-runs continue on may other networks.
Characters from The X-FilesEdit
A large part of the commercial success of the The X-Files was due to its stars, David Duchovny (playing Fox Mulder) and Gillian Anderson (playing Dana Scully). In the final years of the show, Robert Patrick (in the role of John Doggett and Annabeth Gish (in the role of Monica Reyes) became major characters.
- Fox Mulder - former FBI agent, now (2005) a private investigator.
- Dana Scully - former FBI agent, now (2005) working as a biomedical research consultant.
- "The Lone Gunmen" - This term refers to the trio who produce "The Lone Gunman" magazine.
- Walter Skinner - Assistant Director for the FBI. Supervisor of the X-Files project.
- John Doggett - Special Agent for the FBI X-Files project. Partner of Monica Reyes.
- Monica Reyes - Special Agent for the FBI X-Files project. Partner of John Doggett.
- The X-Files Wikipedia article.
- Anthony Leong's Making Sense of the X-Files Mythology Arc.
- Text of X-File shows in HTML and PDF formats.
The X-Files Fan FictionEdit
- Main X-Files page for the Fiction Wikia. Go here for links to X-Files fan fiction online at the Fiction Wikia.