They had us at, "…in the rain and the mud."
On September 10th 1993, The X-Files pilot premiered at 9pm on Fox and attracted a devoted fan base that would remain loyal, intelligent and vocal for the next 17 years.
Written by Chris Carter and directed by Robert Mandel, the "Pilot" laid the groundwork for a sophisticated and fascinating mythology that would run through the series’ 9 seasons and first feature film. The episode also introduced two relatively unknown actors to the silver screen who would soon become household names.
Fans tuned in week to week to follow agents Mulder and Scully down the rabbit hold of interesting cases and unparalleled physical and emotional chemistry.
With an eerie score from composer Mark Snow, and production values surpassing that of anything else on television, The X-Files began to feel less like a television show and more like a 202 part film. In its 9 year run, The X-Files brought quality entertainment, but what started with manhunts and conspiracies soon gave way to philosophy and life affirming lessons; lessons a devoted fan base took to heart.
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