This is a complete list of The X-Files episodes and movies.

Series Overview[edit source]

Season Episodes Originally Aired Nielsen ratings
First Aired Last Aired Average viewers
(millions)
Rank
1 24 September 10, 1993 May 13, 1994 N/A 111
2 25 September 16, 1994 May 19, 1995 14.50 63
3 24 September 22, 1995 May 17, 1996 15.40 55
4 24 October 4, 1996 May 18, 1997 19.20 20
5 20 November 2, 1997 May 17, 1998 19.80 11
The X-Files June 19, 1998 N/A N/A
6 22 November 8, 1998 May 16, 1999 17.20 12
7 22 November 7, 1999 May 21, 2000 14.20 29
8 21 November 5, 2000 May 20, 2001 13.93 31
9 20 November 11, 2001 May 19, 2002 9.10 63
I Want to Believe July 25, 2008 N/A N/A
10 6 January 24, 2016 February 22, 2016 13.60 7
11 10 January 3, 2018 March 21, 2018 5.34 91

Episodes[edit source]

Episodes highlighted in yellow and with a double-dagger (‡) symbol indicate it is part of the series' alien mythology arc. All episode information has been obtained from Wikipedia

Season 1 (1993-94)[edit source]

      Main article: The X-Files (season 1)
No. Overall No. in season Title Director Writer Air Date Prod. code U.S. viewers (millions)
1 1 "Pilot"‡ Robert Mandel Chris Carter September 10, 1993 1X79 12.0
2 2 "Deep Throat"‡ Daniel Sackheim September 17, 1993 1X01 11.1
3 3 "Squeeze" Harry Longstreet Glen Morgan & James Wong September 24, 1993 1X02 11.1
4 4 "Conduit" Daniel Sackheim Alex Gansa & October 1, 1993 1X03 9.2
5 5 "The Jersey Devil" Joe Napolitano Chris Carter October 8, 1993 1X04 10.4
6 6 "Shadows" Michael Katleman Glen Morgan & James Wong October 22, 1993 1X05 8.8
7 7 "Ghost in the Machine" Jerrold Freedman Alex Gansa & Howard Gordon October 29, 1993 1X06 9.5
8 8 "Ice" David Nutter Glen Morgan & James Wong November 5, 1993 1X07 10.0
9 9 "Space" William Graham Chris Carter November 12, 1993 1X08 10.7
10 10 "Fallen Angel"‡ Larry Shaw Alex Gansa & Howard Gordon November 19, 1993 1X09 8.8
11 11 "Eve" Fred Gerber Kenneth Biller & Chris Brancato December 10, 1993 1X10 10.4
12 12 "Fire" Larry Shaw Chris Carter December 17, 1993 1X11 11.1
13 13 "Beyond the Sea" David Nutter Glen Morgan & James Wong January 7, 1994 1X12 10.8
14 14 "Gender Bender" Larry Barber & Paul Barber January 21, 1994 1X13 11.1
15 15 "Lazarus" David Nutter Alex Gansa & Howard Gordon February 4, 1994 1X14 12.1
16 16 "Young at Heart" Michael Lange Scott Kaufer and Chris Carter February 11, 1994 1X15 11.5
17 17 "E.B.E."‡ William Graham Glen Morgan & James Wong February 18, 1994 1X16 N/A
18 18 "Miracle Man" Michael Lange Chris Carter & Howard Gordon March 18, 1994 1X17 11.6
19 19 "Shapes" David Nutter Marilyn Osborn April 1, 1994 1X18 11.5
20 20 "Darkness Falls" Joe Napolitano Chris Carter April 15, 1994 1X19 12.5
21 21 "Tooms" David Nutter Glen Morgan & James Wong April 22, 1994 1X20 13.4
22 22 "Born Again" Jerrold Freedman Alex Gansa & Howard Gordon April 29, 1994 1X21 13.7
23 23 "Roland" David Nutter Chris Ruppenthal May 6, 1994 1X22 12.5
24 24 "The Erlenmeyer Flask"‡ Chris Carter May 13, 1994 1X23 14.0


Season 2 (1994-95)[edit source]

      Main article: The X-Files (season 2)
No. Overall No. in season Title Director Writer Air Date Prod. code U.S. viewers (millions)
25 1 "Little Green Men"‡ David Nutter & James Wong September 16, 1994 2X01 16.1
26 2 "The Host" Daniel Sackheim Chris Carter September 23, 1994 2X02 15.9
27 3 "Blood" David Nutter Story: Darin Morgan

Teleplay: Glen Morgan & James Wong
September 30, 1994 2X03 14.8
28 4 "Sleepless" Rob Bowman Howard Gordon October 7, 1994 2X04 13.4
29 5 "Duane Barry"‡ Chris Carter October 14, 1994 2X05 13.9
30 6 "Ascension"‡ Michael Lange Paul Brown October 21, 1994 2X06 15.5
31 7 "3" David Nutter Chris Ruppenthal and Glen Morgan & James Wong November 4, 1994 2X07 15.0
32 8 "One Breath"‡ Glen Morgan & James Wong November 11, 1994 2X08 15.3
33 9 "Firewalker" David Nutter Howard Gordon November 18, 1994 2X09 15.2
34 10 "Red Museum"‡ Win Phelps Chris Carter December 9, 1994 2X10 16.1
35 11 "Excelsis Dei" Stephen Surjik Paul Brown December 16, 1994 2X11 14.2
36 12 "Aubrey" Rob Bowman Sara B. Charno January 6, 1995 2X12 16.2
37 13 "Irresistible" David Nutter Chris Carter January 13, 1995 2X13 14.7
38 14 "Die Hand Die Verletzt" Kim Manners Glen Morgan & James Wong January 27, 1995 2X14 17.7
39 15 "Fresh Bones" Rob Bowman Howard Gordon February 3, 1995 2X15 17.8
40 16 "Colony"‡ Nick Marck Story: David Duchovny & Chris Carter

Teleplay: Chris Carter
February 10, 1995 2X16 15.9
41 17 "End Game"‡ Rob Bowman Frank Spotnitz February 17, 1995 2X17 17.5
42 18 "Fearful Symmetry" James Whitmore, Jr. Steve DeJarnatt February 24, 1995 2X18 16.5
43 19 "Død Kalm" Rob Bowman Story: Howard Gordon

Teleplay: Howard Gordon & Alex Gansa
March 10, 1995 2X19 17.1
44 20 "Humbug" Kim Manners Darin Morgan March 31, 1995 2X20 15.7
45 21 "The Căluşari" Michael Vejar Sara B. Chorno April 14, 1995 2X21 12.9
46 22 "F. Emasculata" Rob Bowman Chris Carter & Howard Gordon April 28, 1995 2X22 14.0
47 23 "Soft Light" James Contner Vince Gilligan May 5, 1995 2X23 12.9
48 24 "Our Town" Rob Bowman Frank Spotnitz May 12, 1995 2X24 14.5
49 25 "Anasazi"‡ R. W. Goodwin Story: David Duchovny & Chris Carter

Teleplay: Chris Carter
May 19, 1995 2X25 16.6


Season 3 (1995-96)[edit source]

      Main article: The X-Files (season 3)
No. Overall No. in season Title Director Writer Air Date Prod. code U.S. viewers (millions)
50 1 "The Blessing Way"‡ Chris Carter September 22, 1995 3X01 19.94
51 2 "Paper Clip"‡ September 29, 1995 3X02 17.20
52 3 "D.P.O." Kim Manners October 6, 1995 3X03 15.57
53 4 "Clyde Bruckman's Final Repose" David Nutter Darin Morgan October 13, 1995 3X04 15.38
54 5 "The List" Chris Carter October 20, 1995 3X05 16.72
55 6 "2Shy" David Nutter Jeffrey Vlaming November 3, 1995 3X06 14.83
56 7 "The Walk" Rob Bowman November 10, 1995 3X07 15.91
57 8 "Oubliette" Kim Manners Charles Grant Craig November 17, 1995 3X08 15.90
58 9 "Nisei"‡ David Nutter Chris Carter & Howard Gordon & Frank Spotnitz November 24, 1995 3X09 16.36
59 10 "731"‡ Rob Bowman Frank Spotnitz December 1, 1995 3X10 17.68
60 11 "Revelations" David Nutter Kim Newton December 15, 1995 3X11 15.25
61 12 "War of the Coprophages" Kim Manners Darin Morgan January 5, 1996 3X12 16.32
62 13 "Syzygy" Rob Bowman Chris Carter January 26, 1996 3X13 16.04
63 14 "Grotesque" Kim Manners Howard Gordon February 2, 1996 3X14 18.32
64 15 "Piper Maru"‡ Rob Bowman Frank Spotnitz & Chris Carter February 9, 1996 3X15 16.44
65 16 "Apocrypha"‡ Kim Manners February 16, 1996 3X16 16.71
66 17 "Pusher" Rob Bowman February 23, 1996 3X17 16.20
67 18 "Teso Dos Bichos" Kim Manners John Shiban March 8, 1996 3X18 17.38
68 19 "Hell Money" Tucker Gates Jeffrey Vlaming March 29, 1996 3X19 14.86
69 20 "José Chung's From Outer Space" Rob Bowman Darin Morgan April 12, 1996 3X20 16.08
70 21 "Avatar" James Charleston Story: David Duchovny & Howard Gordon

Teleplay: Howard Gordon
April 26, 1996 3X21 14.62
71 22 "Quagmire" Kim Manners Kim Newton May 3, 1996 3X22 16.00
72 23 "Wetwired" Rob Bowman Mat Beck May 10, 1996 3X23 14.48
73 24 "Talitha Cumi"‡ R. W. Goodwin Story: David Duchovny & Chris Carter

Teleplay: Chris Carter
May 17, 1996 3X24 17.86


Season 4 (1996-97)[edit source]

      Main article: The X-Files (season 4)
No. Overall No. in season Title Director Writer Air Date Prod. code U.S. viewers (millions)
74 1 "Herrenvolk"‡ Chris Carter October 4, 1996 4X01 21.11
75 2 "Home" Kim Manners & October 11, 1996 4X03 18.85
76 3 "Teliko" James Charleston October 18, 1996 4X04 18.01
77 4 "Unruhe" rowspan="2" October 27, 1996 4X02 19.10
78 5 "The Field Where I Died" Glen Morgan & James Wong November 3, 1996 4X05 19.85
79 6 "Sanguinarium" Kim Manners Valerie Mayhew & Vivian Mayhew November 10, 1996 4X06 18.85
80 7 "Musings of a Cigarette Smoking Man"‡ James Wong Glen Morgan November 17, 1996 4X07 17.09
81 8 "Tunguska"‡ Kim Manners Frank Spotnitz & Chris Carter November 24, 1996 4X09 18.85
82 9 "Terma"‡ Rob Bowman December 1, 1996 4X10 17.34
83 10 "Paper Hearts" Vince Gilligan December 15, 1996 4X08 16.59
84 11 "El Mundo Gira" Tucker Gates January 12, 1997 4X11 22.37
85 12 "Leonard Betts" Kim Manners Vince Gilligan & John Shiban & Frank Spotnitz January 26, 1997 4X14 29.15
86 13 "Never Again" Rob Bowman Glen Morgan & James Wong February 2, 1997 4X13 21.36
87 14 "Memento Mori"‡ Chris Carter & Vince Gilligan & John Shiban & Frank Spotnitz February 9, 1997 4X15 19.10
88 15 "Kaddish" Kim Manners Howard Gordon February 16, 1997 4X12 16.56
89 16 "Unrequited" Michael Lange Story: Howard Gordon

Teleplay: Howard Gordon & Chris Carter
February 23, 1997 4X16
90 17 "Tempus Fugit"‡ Rob Bowman Chris Carter & Frank Spotnitz March 16, 1997 4X17 18.85
91 18 "Max"‡ Kim Manners March 23, 1997 4X18 18.34
92 19 "Synchrony" James Charleston Howard Gordon & David Greenwalt April 13, 1997 4X19 18.09
93 20 "Small Potatoes" Cliff Bole Vince Gilligan April 20, 1997 4X20 20.86
94 21 "Zero Sum"‡ Kim Manners Howard Gordon & Frank Spotnitz April 27, 1997 4X21 18.60
95 22 "Elegy" James Charleston John Shiban May 4, 1997 4X22 17.10
96 23 "Demons"‡ Kim Manners R. W. Goodwin May 11, 1997 4X23 19.10
97 24 "Gethsemane"‡ R. W. Goodwin Chris Carter May 18, 1997 4X24 19.85


Season 5 (1997-98)[edit source]

      Main article: The X-Files (season 5)
No. Overall No. in season Title Director Writer Air Date Prod. code U.S. viewers (millions)
98 1 "Redux"‡ Chris Carter November 2, 1997 5X02 27.34
99 2 "Redux II"‡ Kim Manners November 9, 1997 5X03 24.84
100 3 "Unusual Suspects" November 16, 1997 5X01 21.72
101 4 "Detour" Brett Dowler Frank Spotnitz November 23, 1997 5X04 22.88
102 5 "The Post-Modern Prometheus" Chris Carter November 30, 1997 5X06 18.68
103 6 "Christmas Carol"‡ Peter Markle Vince Gilligan & & Frank Spotnitz December 7, 1997 5X05 20.91
104 7 "Emily"‡ Kim Manners December 14, 1997 5X07 20.94
105 8 "Kitsunegari" Daniel Sackheim Vince Gilligan & Tim Minear January 4, 1998 5X08 19.75
106 9 "Schizogeny" Ralph Hemecker Jessica Scott & Mike Wollaeger January 11, 1998 5X09 21.37
107 10 "Chinga" Kim Manners Stephen King & Chris Carter February 8, 1998 5X10 21.33
108 11 "Kill Switch" William Gibson & Tom Maddox February 15, 1998 5X11 18.04
109 12 "Bad Blood" Cliff Bole Vince Gilligan February 22, 1998 5X12 19.25
110 13 "Patient X"‡ Kim Manners Chris Carter & Frank Spotnitz March 1, 1998 5X13 20.21
111 14 "The Red and the Black"‡ Chris Carter & Frank Spotnitz March 8, 1998 5X14 19.98
112 15 "Travelers" William Graham John Shiban & Frank Spotnitz March 29, 1998 5X15 15.06
113 16 "Mind's Eye" Kim Manners Tim Minear April 19, 1998 5X16 16.53
114 17 "All Souls" Allen Coulter Story: Billy Brown & Dan Angel

Teleplay: Frank Spotnitz & John Shiban
April 26, 1998 5X17 13.44
115 18 "The Pine Bluff Variant" Rob Bowman John Shiban May 3, 1998 5X18 18.24
116 19 "Folie à Deux" Kim Manners Vince Gilligan May 10, 1998 5X19 17.63
117 20 "The End"‡ R. W. Goodwin Chris Carter May 17, 1998 5X20 18.76


The X-Files (1998)[edit source]

      Main article: The X-Files: Fight the Future
Title Director Writers Release Date (U.S.)
The X-Files: Fight the Future Story: Chris Carter & Frank Spotnitz

Screenplay: Chris Carter
June 19, 1998
The film takes place between seasons 5 and 6. The X-Files have been shut down, and Mulder and Scully are dealing with a terrorist threat. However, when a government building is destroyed, Mulder is approached by a mysterious doctor who reveals that there was more to the bomb than meets the eye. Mulder and Scully's investigations lead to the discovery of several secret installations and the true nature of the relationship between the alien colonists and the Syndicate.

Season 6 (1998-99)[edit source]

      Main article: The X-Files (season 6)
No. Overall No. in season Title Director Writer Air Date Prod. code U.S. viewers (millions)
118 1 "The Beginning"‡ Kim Manners Chris Carter November 8, 1998 6ABX01 20.34
119 2 "Drive" November 15, 1998 6ABX02 18.5
120 3 "Triangle" Chris Carter November 22, 1998 6ABX03 18.2
121 4 "Dreamland" Rob Bowman Vince Gilligan & & Frank Spotnitz November 29, 1998 6ABX04 17.48
122 5 "Dreamland II" Michael Watkins December 6, 1998 6ABX05 17.01
123 6 "How the Ghosts Stole Christmas" Chris Carter December 13, 1998 6ABX08 17.31
124 7 "Terms of Endearment" Rob Bowman David Amann January 3, 1999 6ABX06 18.69
125 8 "The Rain King" Kim Manners Jeffrey Bell January 10, 1999 6ABX07 21.24
126 9 "S.R. 819"‡ Daniel Sackheim John Shiban January 17, 1999 6ABX10 15.65
127 10 "Tithonus" Michael Watkins Vince Gilligan January 24, 1999 6ABX09 15.83
128 11 "Two Fathers"‡ Kim Manners Chris Carter & Frank Spotnitz February 7, 1999 6ABX11 18.81
129 12 "One Son"‡ Rob Bowman February 14, 1999 6ABX12 16.57
130 13 "Agua Mala" David Amann February 21, 1999 6ABX14 16.91
131 14 "Monday" Kim Manners Vince Gilligan & John Shiban February 28, 1999 6ABX15 16.74
132 15 "Arcadia" Michael Watkins Daniel Arkin March 7, 1999 6ABX13 17.91
133 16 "Alpha" Peter Markle Jeffrey Bell March 28, 1999 6ABX16 17.67
134 17 "Trevor" Rob Bowman Jim Guttridge & Ken Hawryliw April 11, 1999 6ABX17 17.65
135 18 "Milagro" Kim Manners Story: John Shiban & Frank Spotnitz

Teleplay: Chris Carter
April 18, 1999 6ABX18 15.2
136 19 "The Unnatural" David Duchovny April 25, 1999 6ABX20 16.88
137 20 "Three of a Kind" Bryan Spicer Vince Gilligan & John Shiban May 2, 1999 6ABX19 12.94
138 21 "Field Trip" Kim Manners Story: Frank Spotnitz

Teleplay: John Shiban & Vince Gilligan
May 9, 1999 6ABX21 15.38
139 22 "Biogenesis"‡ Rob Bowman Chris Carter & Frank Spotnitz May 16, 1999 6ABX22 15.86


Season 7 (1999-2000)[edit source]

      Main article: The X-Files (season 7)
No. Overall No. in season Title Director Writer Air Date Prod. code U.S. viewers (millions)
140 1 "The Sixth Extinction"‡ Kim Manners Chris Carter November 7, 1999 7ABX03 17.82
141 2 "The Sixth Extinction II: Amor Fati"‡ Michael Watkins David Duchovny & Chris Carter November 14, 1999 7ABX04 16.15
142 3 "Hungry" Kim Manners November 21, 1999 7ABX01 16.17
143 4 "Millennium" Thomas J. Wright Vince Gilligan & Frank Spotnitz November 28, 1999 7ABX05 15.09
144 5 "Rush" Robert Lieberman David Amann December 5, 1999 7ABX06 12.71
145 6 "The Goldberg Variation" Thomas J. Wright Jeffrey Bell December 12, 1999 7ABX02 14.49
146 7 "Orison" Rob Bowman Chip Johannessen January 9, 2000 7ABX07 15.63
147 8 "The Amazing Maleeni" Thomas J. Wright Vince Gilligan & & Frank Spotnitz January 16, 2000 7ABX08 16.18
148 9 "Signs and Wonders" Kim Manners Jeffrey Bell January 23, 2000 7ABX09 13.86
149 10 "Sein Und Zeit"‡ Michael Watkins Chris Carter & Frank Spotnitz February 6, 2000 7ABX10 13.95
150 11 "Closure"‡ Kim Manners February 13, 2000 7ABX11 15.35
151 12 "X-Cops" Michael Watkins Vince Gilligan February 20, 2000 7ABX12 16.56
152 13 "First Person Shooter" Chris Carter William Gibson & Tom Maddox February 27, 2000 7ABX13 15.31
153 14 "Theef" Kim Manners Vince Gilligan & John Shiban & Frank Spotnitz March 12, 2000 7ABX14 11.91
154 15 "En Ami"‡ Rob Bowman William B. Davis March 19, 2000 7ABX15 11.99
155 16 "Chimera" Cliff Bole David Amann April 2, 2000 7ABX16 12.89
156 17 "all things" Gillian Anderson April 9, 2000 7ABX17 12.18
157 18 "Brand X" Kim Manners Steven Maeda & Greg Walker April 16, 2000 7ABX19 10.81
158 19 "Hollywood A.D." David Duchovny April 30, 2000 7ABX18 12.88
159 20 "Fight Club" Paul Shapiro Chris Carter May 7, 2000 7ABX20 11.70
160 21 "Je Souhaite" Vince Gilligan May 14, 2000 7ABX21 12.79
161 22 "Requiem"‡ Kim Manners Chris Carter May 21, 2000 7ABX22 15.26


Season 8 (2000-01)[edit source]

      Main article: The X-Files (season 8)
No. Overall No. in season Title Director Writer Air Date Prod. code U.S. viewers (millions)
162 1 "Within"‡ Kim Manners Chris Carter November 5, 2000 8ABX01 15.87
163 2 "Without"‡ November 12, 2000 8ABX02 15.1
164 3 "Patience" Chris Carter November 19, 2000 8ABX04 13.3
165 4 "Roadrunners" Rod Hardy November 26, 2000 8ABX05 13.6
166 5 "Invocation" Richard Compton David Amann December 3, 2000 8ABX06 13.9
167 6 "Redrum" Peter Markle Story: Steven Maeda & Daniel Arkin

Teleplay: Steven Maeda
December 10, 2000 8ABX03 13.2
168 7 "Via Negativa" Tony Wharmby Frank Spotnitz December 17, 2000 8ABX07 12.37
169 8 "Surekill" Terrence O'Hara Greg Walker January 7, 2001 8ABX09 13.3
170 9 "Salvage" Rod Hardy Jeffrey Bell January 14, 2001 8ABX10 11.7
171 10 "Badlaa" Tony Wharmby January 21, 2001 8ABX12 11.8
172 11 "The Gift"‡ Kim Manners Frank Spotnitz February 4, 2001 8ABX11 14.6
173 12 "Medusa" Richard Compton February 11, 2001 8ABX13 13.8
174 13 "Per Manum"‡ Kim Manners Chris Carter & Frank Spotnitz February 18, 2001 8ABX08 16.0
175 14 "This is Not Happening"‡ February 25, 2001 8ABX14 16.9
176 15 "DeadAlive"‡ Tony Wharmby April 1, 2001 8ABX15 12.4
177 16 "Three Words"‡ April 8, 2001 8ABX18 N/A
178 17 "Empedocles" Barry K. Thomas Greg Walker April 22, 2001 8ABX17 12.46
179 18 "Vienen"‡ Rod Hardy Steven Maeda April 29, 2001 8ABX16 11.8
180 19 "Alone" Frank Spotnitz May 6, 2001 8ABX19 12.7
181 20 "Essence"‡ Kim Manners Chris Carter May 13, 2001 8ABX20 12.8
182 21 "Existence"‡ May 20, 2001 8ABX21 14.00


Season 9 (2001-02)[edit source]

      Main article: The X-Files (season 9)
No. Overall No. in season Title Director Writer Air Date Prod. code U.S. viewers (millions)
183 1 "Nothing Important Happened Today"‡ Kim Manners Chris Carter & Frank Spotnitz November 11, 2001 9ABX01 10.6
184 2 "Nothing Important Happened Today II"‡ Tony Wharmby November 18, 2001 9ABX02 9.4
185 3 "Dæmonicus" Frank Spotnitz December 2, 2001 9ABX03 8.7
186 4 "4-D" Tony Wharmby Steven Maeda December 9, 2001 9ABX05 8.9
187 5 "Lord of the Flies" Kim Manners Thomas Schnauz December 16, 2001 9ABX06 9.9
188 6 "Trust No 1"‡ Tony Wharmby Chris Carter & Frank Spotnitz January 6, 2002 9ABX08 8.4
189 7 "John Doe" Michelle MacLaren January 13, 2002 9ABX07 8.7
190 8 "Hellbound" Kim Manners David Amann January 27, 2002 9ABX04 7.8
191 9 "Provenance"‡ Kim Manners Chris Carter & Frank Spotnitz March 3, 2002 9ABX10 9.7
192 10 "Providence"‡ Chris Carter March 10, 2002 9ABX11 8.4
193 11 "Audrey Pauley" Kim Manners Steven Maeda March 17, 2002 9ABX13 8.0
194 12 "Underneath" colspan="2" March 31, 2002 9ABX09 7.3
195 13 "Improbable" Chris Carter April 7, 2002 9ABX14 9.1
196 14 "Scary Monsters" Dwight Little Thomas Schnauz April 14, 2002 9ABX12 8.2
197 15 "Jump the Shark" Cliff Bole Vince Gilligan & John Shiban & Frank Spotnitz April 21, 2002 9ABX15 8.6
198 16 "William"‡ David Duchovny Story: David Duchovny & Frank Spotnitz & Chris Carter

Teleplay: Chris Carter
April 28, 2002 9ABX17 9.3
199 17 "Release" Kim Manners Story: John Shiban & David Amann

Teleplay: David Amann
May 5, 2002 9ABX16 7.8
200 18 "Sunshine Days" Vince Gilligan May 12, 2002 9ABX18 10.4
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202
19
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"The Truth"‡ Kim Manners Chris Carter May 19, 2002 9ABX19
9ABX20
13.25


The X-Files: I Want to Believe (2008)[edit source]

      Main article: The X-Files: I Want to Believe
Title Director Writers Release Date (U.S.)
The X-Files: I Want to Believe Chris Carter Frank Spotnitz & Chris Carter July 25, 2008
Mulder and Scully have both left the FBI, but when an FBI agent is mysteriously kidnapped, and a former priest who has been convicted of being a child molester claims to be experiencing psychic visions of the endangered agent, they reluctantly accept the FBI's request for their paranormal expertise.


Season 10 (2016)[edit source]

      Main article: The X-Files (season 10)
No. Overall No. in season Title Director Writer Air Date Prod. code U.S. viewers (millions)
203 1 "My Struggle"‡ Chris Carter January 24, 2016 1AYW01 16.19
204 2 "Founder's Mutation" colspan="2" January 25, 2016 1AYW05 9.67
205 3 "Mulder & Scully Meet the Were-Monster" Darin Morgan February 1, 2016 1AYW03 8.37
206 4 "Home Again" Glen Morgan February 8, 2016 1AYW02 8.31
207 5 "Babylon" Chris Carter February 15, 2016 1AYW04 7.07
208 6 "My Struggle II"‡ Chris Carter Story: Anne Simon & Margaret Fearon & Chris Carter

Teleplay: Chris Carter
February 22, 2016 1AYW06 7.60


Season 11 (2018)[edit source]

      Main article: The X-Files (season 11)
No. Overall No. in season Title Director Writer Air Date Prod. code U.S. viewers (millions)
209 1 "My Struggle III"‡ Chris Carter January 3, 2018 2AYW01 5.15
210 2 "This" Glen Morgan January 10, 2018 2AYW02 3.95
211 3 "Plus One" Kevin Hooks Chris Carter January 17, 2018 2AYW03
212 4 "The Lost Art of Forehead Sweat" Darin Morgan January 24, 2018 2AYW04 3.87
213 5 "Ghouli"‡ colspan="2" January 31, 2018 2AYW05 3.64
214 6 "Kitten" Carol Banker Gabe Rotter February 7, 2018 2AYW06 3.74
215 7 "Rm9sbG93ZXJz" Glen Morgan Shannon Hamblin & Kristen Cloke February 28, 2018 2AYW07 3.23
216 8 "Familiar" Holly Dale Benjamin Van Allen March 7, 2018 2AYW09 3.46
217 9 "Nothing Lasts Forever" James Wong Karen Nielsen March 14, 2018 2AYW08 3.01
218 10 "My Struggle IV"‡ Chris Carter March 21, 2018 2AYW10 3.43
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