Few television shows have made such an enormous impact not only on the medium of television storytelling but on the culture itself, as The X Files has. Along with The Simpsons, Chris Carter’s unlikely breakout genre hit made Fox a genuine ratings contender against the established big three networks of ABC, NBC, and CBS. It’s one of the shows that, in conjunction with Buffy the Vampire Slayer and a small handful of others, brought genres like horror and science fiction into the popular mainstream.
Though the show was one of the most popular series on television for nearly a decade, there are still some surprising secrets that even fans of the show don’t know about. Here are 10 Incredible Things About The X Files.
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