‘The X-Files’ Set To Air From The Very Beginning On Spike | TV News
Good news Mulder and Scully fans, TV channel Spike have confirmed they will be airing every episode of The X-Files from the 1993 pilot onwards. Starting on 14 March, an episode of the sci-fi creation will air every weekday, following its current tenth season.
It was also announced recently that show creator Chris Carter is aspiring to bring back The X-Files for more episodes, despite the generally mixed reviews its revival season has received. Remaining optimistic, Carter explained there is “an appetite for more [episodes] in the future”, adding that “it’s just a matter of figuring out how to get it done”.
Starring returning characters David Duchovny’s Fox Mulder, Gillian Anderson’s Dana Scully, Mitch Pileggi’s Walter Skinner and most importantly William B. Davis’ villainous The Smoking Man, see the revived season continue every Monday at 9pm on Channel 5 in the UK.
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