Last night was the first new X-Files story on TV since Mulder escaped his “conviction” in 2002, and the first look at Mulder and Scully since they worked with a psychic ex-priest in 2007. Many people were excited just to have new adventures with Mulder, Scully and A.D. Skinner.
We got a look at more aliens (not a spoiler if you’ve ever watched The X-Files), a new informant (we’ll see if he’s got the life expectancy of Deep Throat, Mr. X or Marita Covarrubias) and the same intense Fox Mulder. We definitely think it’s worth your time to take a watch, and if your DVR has the NFC Championship game instead of Mulder, Scully and Skinner: fear not! You can watch it (free and officially sanctioned) right here: http://www.fox.com/watch/607308867569
But the reaction was the best. Most took to Twitter to vent their feels, and lots of people were excited.
You know what’s amazing? We get to watch a NEW episode of #TheXFiles again tonight! There’s never been a more beautiful time to be alive.
— Kathleen Mayhew (@mskathleenmay) January 25, 2016
As I said before, I like the new eps and it only gets better from here #TheXFiles
— Patrick Munn (@patmunn) January 25, 2016
— Matt Brown (@CallMeRoy88) January 25, 2016
Some thought it missed the mark:
Well #TheXFiles was an absolute mess. But with all of that horrendous exposition & manoeuvring out of the way, maybe it’ll still be good?
— Justin Civitillo (@JC_Kazama) January 25, 2016
— CutPrintFilm (@cutprintfilm) January 25, 2016
Some had their own conspiracy theories:
And some had jokes:
If things don’t work out for CSM this time he can always replace that lady who smokes through her neck in those commercials #TheXFiles
— Orlando Jones (@TheOrlandoJones) January 25, 2016
“Hey, Scully. Just been lurking behind this wall in your parking garage for like 8 hours instead of calling you on the phone.”- J #TheXFiles
— Heather & Jessica (@fuggirls) January 25, 2016
Even the FBI got in on things:
— FBI Washington Field (@FBIWFO) January 25, 2016
Let us know what you thought, did you sigh skeptically…or did believing intensify?