‘X-Files’ 2016 Finale: Mulder & Scully Faces Big Threat; Series Leaves ‘More Questions’

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The “X-Files” is coming to an end. The final episode, “My Struggle II,” completes the circle. ANN had earlier reported that the first and last episodes of the mini-series will focus on the alien core theme. The final episode, “My Struggle II,” will take off from the first one, which centred around a global web of government and corporate lies. Character Tad O’Malley calls this as “the most evil conspiracy the world has ever known.” While earlier sceptical, Mulder-Scully finally realised that O’Malley may be right after all.

The finale will see the agents investigating O’Malley’s claims and making some very powerful enemies. Screen Rant reveals the finale features people all over the country suddenly falling gravely ill. This results in widespread panic which the agents need to deal with. It is up to Scully to find a cure. Mulder, in the meantime, meets the man whom he believes is behind this. The episode unveils another figure from the agents’ past who may be the key to their salvation.

Are Mulder, Scully and O’Malley exposed to the virus? Do they perish or does Dana Scully find a cure after all? These and many more questions crop up, answers for which seem to be in the final episode. What has left the viewers more intrigued is Duchovny’s recent tweet about the “X-Files.” He tweeted that “the more answers we get, the more questions we have.” Is this an indication of things to come with regards to the series?

The six-part mini-series has garnered top ratings worldwide resulting in only one question, “Does that mean the team will return with a full fledged show?” David Duchovny, who plays Fox Mulder on the series, was recently on “The Ellen Show.” He informed Ellen and the viewers that he would love for that to happen. “I would love to. We all would. We’ll just see what happens,” he said, reports Daily Mail.

“I don’t think it’s for Mulder and Scully, but I have to say, there’s no guarantee that we’re coming back,” series creator Chris Carter told E!News. “So, while I see Mulder and Scully and stories down the way, we end up on a very big cliff.”


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