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4 X-Files Questions We Want Answered In Season 11

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4 X-Files Questions We Want Answered In Season 11

Post by jade1013 on Sat 22 Apr - 5:51

4 X-Files Questions We Want Answered In Season 11

By Laura Hurley
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The X-Files was one of the most impactful TV series of the 1990s, and shows ranging from Fringe to Supernatural to even Bones likely never would have happened if not for The X-Files bringing the paranormal into pop culture. Some of the original nine seasons were better than others, and some episodes are definitely best forgotten, but The X-Files overall was always a show that was just really, really good when it was good. Did fans have to develop high tolerances for ambiguous dialogue, unanswered questions, and an epic love story mostly expressed via forehead touches and poorly-lit embraces? Sure. But it was worth it.

The 2016 revival gave The X-Files the chance to answer some of those long-unanswered questions and provide some closure. Unfortunately, big aspects of the mythology only got more confusing in Season 10. The truth is still out there; we just haven't gotten to it yet. Now that Fox has officially ordered Season 11 of The X-Files, I want to believe that we'll finally get answers to some of the questions still lingering after Season 10. Read on for our biggest and most burning X-Files questions!



What Happened To The Alien Colonization Plan?

The mythology of The X-Files was pretty convoluted by the end of its original run on Fox, but the big thing that the show was very clear on was that the aliens who had been vexing Mulder and Scully for the better part of a decade were moving forward with their plan to colonize the planet. In fact, the aliens even had a date set for kicking off the colonization: December 22, 2012. It was a culmination of a plot that had been building over nine TV seasons and one feature film.

Obviously, the alien colonization and repopulation never happened in 2012, and Mulder would come to the conclusion in the revival series that the entire plot was an incredibly elaborate ruse orchestrated by a group of government men to cover up their intentions to do harm to the civilian population. Given all that we saw over the first nine years of the show and the Fight the Future movie, it's pretty hard to believe that the entire colonization arc was one grand series of red herrings, and so the question remains: what happened that December 22, 2012 passed without any aliens coming to colonize?



Why Wasn't Mulder Immune To The Spartan Virus?

The Season 10 finale split Mulder and Scully apart so that Mulder could face off against the Cigarette-Smoking Man and Scully could work her science magic as thousands of people began to get sick due to the Spartan Virus. Thanks to some helpful exposition courtesy of CSM and Monica Reyes, we learned that only those humans with alien DNA in their systems would be spared the effects of Spartan. Scully, due to all the experimentation she underwent during her years on the X-Files, had the alien DNA and was able to synthesize a vaccine from her blood.

Logically, Mulder should have been able to survive Spartan without any treatment from Scully. He had alien DNA himself, which was a major plot point as of the end of Season 6. Mulder's immune system should have been fine and we wouldn't have ended the Season 10 finale with him circling the drain in the middle of a traffic jam, so now we have to wonder: Why wasn't Mulder immune? At least the renewal for Season 11 means that we don't have to wonder if he'll be killed off from the effects of Spartan.



What's Going On With William?

Oh, William. You were an adorable little mystery from the very beginning. How were you conceived when Scully didn't have any ova left and the IVF failed? When were you conceived? Why did Season 8 literally never make it entirely clear who your father was? How did magnetite fix you from becoming a huge factor in potential alien colonization? These are all questions that we'll probably never get definitive answers to, and that's okay at this point. What won't be okay is if we never find out what has happened to William in the 15 or so years since Scully put him up for adoption.

Season 10 showed that both Mulder and Scully were both more affected by losing him from their lives than it seemed at first, as both seemed to wonder what their lives would have been like if they'd gotten to raise him. We had hints and nods and mentions of the kid, but no real updates on what happened to him. Then, in the season finale, Scully came to the conclusion that the only way Mulder could survive Spartan is with stem cells from their son, which... I guess makes sense. Given the way Season 10 ended, we really need the find out what is going on with William.



Who's In The Spaceship?

The Season 10 finale ended on a cliffhanger that would have been absolutely infuriating if we didn't get a Season 11 to reveal what happens next. Chaos was spreading, Mulder was dying, Agent Miller was getting the abridged history of Mulder and Scully's relationship... and then, a spaceship appeared and shone a light directly down onto Scully as she stood on a bridge and presumably thought "Oh, not again!" to herself.

Sadly, we never found out who or what was in the ship. Was it aliens who were arriving in 2016 rather than 2012 to kick off their colonization? Or was it aliens who were coming to save the day and stop the men who had created the circumstances for Spartan? Was it William, who Scully had just mentioned moments before? Or was it government men in an alien replica vehicle built based on the designs of a genuine crashed spaceship? Who is in the spaceship?

Luckily, this is one question that will almost certainly be answered in Season 11, assuming it picks up right where Season 10 left off. As for the other questions... well, I want to believe that we'll get our answers when The X-Files returns in the 2017-2018 TV season on Fox. Check out our midseason TV premiere guide and our summer TV premiere schedule to discover all your viewing options while you wait for more X-Files, and don't forget to drop by our rundowns of cable/streaming and broadcast TV renewals and cancellations.


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Post by jade1013 on Sat 22 Apr - 7:17

What The X-Files Needs to Do With Its Second Revival

by Chris Harnick | Fri, Apr 21, 2017 1:45 PM


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Everybody say it with us now: I still believe!

The X-Files will return, again, but this time for 10 new episodes shepherded by Chris Carter with Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny back in their iconic roles as Special Agents Dana Scully and Fox Mulder, and we definitely have some thoughts and feelings—aside from excitement, of course.

"Iconic characters, rich storytelling, bold creators—these are the hallmarks of great TV shows. And they are some of the reasons why The X-Files has had such a profound impact on millions of fans worldwide," David Madden, president, Fox Broadcasting Company, said in a statement. "Chris' creativity, along with the brilliant work of David and Gillian, continue to propel this pop culture phenomenon, and we can't wait to see what fresh mysteries Mulder and Scully uncover in this next chapter of The X-Files."

A second event series is a welcome happening because Mulder and Scully still have a lot of life left in them, but there are some changes that definitely need to happen to make these 10 new episodes a success.

RESOLUTION

Obviously we need to know what the heck happened to Mulder and Scully after Scully developed the alien cure and lights beamed down on them from a UFO above. How is Mulder?!

"Traditionally, the show ended on a cliffhanger at the end of every season, so [it's] like that tradition and this just happens to be one of the biggest cliffhangers we've ever done," Carter told E! News when the finale aired in February 2016.

Unless Carter knows for sure that by the end of these 10 new episodes there will be more Mulder and Scully, a huge cliffhanger would likely rile fans.


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THE SEARCH FOR WILLIAM

This also goes into the resolution column, but we need to know what exactly happened to Mulder and Scully's son and where he falls in the larger picture of The X-Files mythology.

"I think the search for William is certainly something [they] think about in the morning when they wake up and there are big mysteries to be solved and resolved," Carter said. "I think the hunt for their baby is the most personal of their quests."

Speaking of mythology…


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MORE SERIALIZED STORIES

The original The X-Files revival felt disjointed with case of the week episodes bouncing all over the place in tone and subject matter. It made the overarching conspiracy seem unimportant. More episodes means more time to tell a cohesive story, hopefully.

"We made our mark by telling a lot of different kinds of stories. It wasn't all mythology," Carter said when asked about doing more serialized storytelling. "You could do that, you could take that kind of approach, even come back and do a series of sequels. There are lots of different things we might do or we could have done, but we took our recipe and we told the kinds of stories that I think people expected us to tell. We explored the genre that we have explored thoroughly and originally in many ways."

NEW VOICES

The X-Files introduced some new characters in the form of Miller (Robbie Amell) and Einstein (Lauren Ambrose), but behind-the-camera were all veterans of the show. A lot has changed since 1993 when the show originally launched. TV viewers are different, savvier. Adding some new voices to the writers room with the veterans could provide new avenues to explore with Mulder and Scully.

What do you want to see when The X-Files returns? Production begins in summer 2017 and new episodes will debut during the 2017-2018 season.


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Post by jade1013 on Wed 27 Dec - 12:20

The 1 Big Question ‘The X-Files’ Has to Answer in Season 11

Kelsey Goeres
December 27, 2017

Season 11 of The X-Files has recently been confirmed, and die-hard fans are excited to believe once again. But as all true fans know, with each season comes a new helping of unanswered questions.
The Season 10 finale left viewers wanting more answers than ever before. Here are the mysteries we want solved in Season 11, ranking up to the biggest question of all.

7. Who will be back?


Agents Miller and Einstein in Season 10 of The X-Files | Fox

With the anticipation of Season 11, we can’t help but wonder who from the original cast will be returning. We didn’t exactly expect to see the Cigarette-Smoking Man come back from the dead, so it seems just about anyone is fair game. So far, it seems we can only say with certainty that David Duchovny as Mulder, Gillian Anderson as Scully, and series creator Chris Carter (as executive producer) will be back.

It’s also probably safe to assume that agents Miller and Einstein will be back for at least the beginning of Season 11, since they were involved in the Season 10 finale.

6. What about the alien colonization plan?


We have some questions about the alien colonization plan. | Fox

OK, let’s dive right into the questions viewers need answered come Season 11. As all X-Files fans know, the alien colonization plan was a huge plot point throughout most of the show (and one movie). Of course, we later learned that Mulder concluded the entire thing could be chalked up to the government trying to throw the investigators off the scent of what they were really planning — harming the civilian population.

So the alien colonization never happened, but it seems a little suspicious to build such a major plot point up for over nine seasons and then sweep it under the rug. We bet we haven’t seen the last of the alien colonization.

5. Shouldn’t Mulder have been immune to the virus?


Fans are wondering about Mulder’s immunity to the virus. | Fox

During the finale of Season 10, the Spartan virus was ravaging the human population. Thankfully, only those with purely human DNA were affected by the virus. Scully underwent extensive experimentation during her time with the X-Files, so she was immune and able to create a vaccine using her own blood.

We know from the end of Season 6 that Mulder also had alien DNA in his blood, so why wasn’t he immune to the virus? The Season 10 finale would have ended quite differently if he had been. Hopefully, in Season 11, we’ll find out why that is.

4. Is Scully really immortal?


Is Scully really immortal? | Fox

There are hints throughout the show that Scully could be immortal. The first (and perhaps most important) time we hear about Scully’s immortality is when she speaks to a man who can predict how people will die. When she asks him how she’ll die, he replies, “You don’t.”

If Season 11 is going to be the last of The X-Files, we can only hope to learn definitively whether Scully is really immortal or not, and why.

3. Is the Spartan virus really cured?


Scully will be facing some huge problems in Season 11. | Fox

Though we know Scully came up with a cure (thanks to her alien DNA blood), the Spartan virus had reached a global scale by the Season 10 finale. Not to mention, an alien spaceship began hovering above her, so, we can assume, the cure for the virus might have to be put on hold for just a minute.

Spaceships aside, how is Scully going to cure the whole world before too much of the population suffers?

2.What’s going to happen with the spaceship?


Season 10 left off with this major cliffhanger. | Fox

The Season 10 finale ended with a spaceship shining a bright light on Scully, hovering above her head. Of course, the episode ended before we could find out who’s inside and what their intentions were. Was it the aliens finally ready to begin their colonization? Were they coming to help end the Spartan virus? Was it the government?

Here’s hoping we find out right away with the first episode of Season 11.

1.What’s going to happen with Scully’s long-lost son?


Scully and Mulder both imagined what life would have been like with William. | Fox

Viewers are dying to know, perhaps even more than who is in the spaceship, what’s the deal with William? Scully’s (and we now know Mulder’s) son, William, has been quite the mystery since the show’s conception. We’re not exactly sure how or when he was conceived, or what ever happened to him.

We do know that at the end of Season 10, Scully vows to find him so that his stem cells can save Mulder from the virus. Upon their meeting in Season 11, we hope we get some of these long-awaited questions answered.


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