- Format: DVD Region 2 for the UK
- Number of Disc: 3
- Genre: Science Fiction,Supernatural
- Starring: Mitch Pileggi, William B. Davis, David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson
- Studio: 20th Century Fox
- Release Date: 2018
What’s it about
David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson return as FBI special agents Mulder and Scully in the all-new second chapter of THE X-FILES event series.
1. My Struggle III
The truth is closer than ever.
Secrets are revealed.
3. Plus One
Mulder and Scully are seeing double.
4. The Lost Art of Forehead Sweat
Discover how the X-Files may have originated.
An investigation may lead Mulder & Scully to their long-lost son, William.
The past can be haunting.
It’s Mulder and Scully versus A.I.
Not everything is as it seems.
9. Nothing Lasts Forever
A mysterious cult is revealed.
10. My Struggle IV
Mulder and Scully race to save William.
Relive the cliffhanger from season 10 of THE X-FILES. Premiering Jan 3, THE X-FILES airs Wednesdays at 8/7c on FOX.
This is based only on the first episode of S11.
– For those new to it, it’s actually enjoyable not knowing anything about the history. The acting, the suspense: everything is ripe for getting to know the show, and it feels like a movie within just one nights’ show. It cannot possibly satisfy the blockbuster immensity of, say, the 1998 movie, but it does pretty darn well.
– For X-files fans, it is very nicely done: clean and crisp and we get to enjoy seeing our heroes again, this time in a nice twist, but with the two of them interacting a lot more than the dismal Season10.
– For TV Fans: the acting is very solid among the main characters, the action is solid without trying to be a James Bond film, and the humanity and drama is there as well – in just one 40 minute (?) show
I bought the 11th season and I’m glad I did. Season 10 was confusing to me and ended very poorly in my opinion. However, season 11 is shaping up into something great. Yes, you can tell the original writers are either not part of the story now, or they are taking a unique twist on things. Yes, some things are redundant, confusing, and the story drags a tiny bit. However, the way they are trying to bring things back full circle to Scully and Mulder’s son is important. That said…..
If you are a true X-Files fan you will understand what’s happening. Be prepared as the story is disjointed at times and makes you say where did that come from. However if you have watched EVERY episode of ALL the seasons you will have no difficulty seeing the base/corecome theough. Many original episodes were this way as well.
Bottom line, well worth the purchase of Season 11. If your not sure, buy first few episodes individually, and decide from there. You can not go wrong in getting the season, if, you are a true fan.