The X-Files

`The truth is out there,' and FBI agents Scully and Mulder seek it in this sci-fi phenomenon about their quest to explain the seemingly unexplainable. Their strange cases include UFO sightings, alien abductions and just about anything else paranormal.


Aliases
  • The X Files
  • The X-Files (2016)
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Season From To Episodes
All Seasons
Specials May 1996 December 2015 7
Season 1 September 1993 May 1994 24
Season 2 September 1994 May 1995 25
Season 3 September 1995 May 1996 24
Season 4 October 1996 May 1997 24
Season 5 November 1997 May 1998 20
Season 6 November 1998 May 1999 22
Season 7 November 1999 May 2000 22
Season 8 November 2000 May 2001 21
Season 9 November 2001 May 2002 20
Season 10 January 2016 February 2016 6
Season 11 January 2018 March 2018 10
Unassigned Episodes 6
Season From To Episodes
All Seasons
Specials 0
Season 1 September 1993 May 1994 24
Season 2 September 1994 May 1995 25
Season 3 September 1995 May 1996 24
Season 4 October 1996 May 1997 24
Season 5 November 1997 May 1998 20
Season 6 November 1998 May 1999 22
Season 7 November 1999 May 2000 22
Season 8 November 2000 May 2001 21
Season 9 November 2001 May 2002 20
Season 10 January 2016 February 2016 10
Season 11 January 2018 March 2018 10
Unassigned Episodes 9
Absolute ordering places all episodes in a single ordered season. This is generally used for anime.
Season From To Episodes
Season 1 January 2018 March 2018 10
Unassigned Episodes 221
Name Number of Episodes Dates
Chris Carter 97 09/10/1993 - 03/21/2018
Kim Manners 52 01/27/1995 - 05/19/2002
Frank Spotnitz 51 02/17/1995 - 12/08/2015
Rob Bowman 35 01/21/1994 - 03/19/2000
Vince Gilligan 32 05/05/1995 - 05/12/2002
John Shiban 25 11/10/1995 - 12/08/2015
James Wong 21 09/24/1993 - 03/14/2018
Glen Morgan 21 09/24/1993 - 02/28/2018
David Nutter 15 11/05/1993 - 12/15/1995
R.W. Goodwin 11 02/11/1994 - 05/17/1998
Darin Morgan 10 03/31/1995 - 01/24/2018
David Duchovny 8 04/25/1999 - 04/28/2002
Tony Wharmby 7 12/17/2000 - 01/06/2002
Michael W. Watkins 6 12/06/1998 - 02/20/2000
Daniel Sackheim 5 09/17/1993 - 01/17/1999
Clifford Bole 4 04/20/1997 - 04/21/2002
Gillian Anderson 4 04/09/2000
Jim Charleston 4 04/26/1996 - 05/04/1997
Michael Lange 4 02/11/1994 - 02/23/1997
William Graham 3 11/12/1993 - 03/29/1998
Peter Markle 3 12/07/1997 - 12/10/2000
Thomas J. Wright 3 11/28/1999 - 01/16/2000
Rod Hardy 3 11/26/2000 - 04/22/2001
Joe Napolitano 2 10/08/1993 - 04/15/1994
Barry K. Thomas 2 04/15/2001
Tucker Gates 2 03/29/1996 - 01/12/1997
Larry Shaw 2 11/19/1993 - 12/17/1993
Glen Kasper 2 02/01/1998 - 12/08/2015
Carol Banker 2 02/07/2018
Richard Compton 2 12/03/2000 - 02/11/2001
Jerrold Freedman 2 10/29/1993 - 04/29/1994
Kevin Hooks 1 01/17/2018
Fred Gerber 1 12/10/1993
Allen Coulter 1 04/26/1998
Paul Shapiro 1 05/07/2000
James Whitmore Jr. 1 02/24/1995
Robert Lieberman 1 12/05/1999
Bryan Spicer 1 05/02/1999
Win Phelps 1 12/09/1994
Terrence O'Hara 1 01/07/2001
Harry Longstreet 1 09/24/1993
Ralph Hemecker 1 01/11/1998
James A. Contner 1 05/05/1995
Mike Vejar 1 04/14/1995
Michelle MacLaren 1 01/13/2002
Robert Mandel 1 09/10/1993
Nick Marck 1 02/10/1995
Dwight Little 1 04/14/2002
Brett Dowler 1 11/23/1997
Michael Katleman 1 10/22/1993
Holly Dale 1 03/07/2018
Steven Surjik 1 12/16/1994
Name Number of Episodes Dates
Howard Gordon 21 10/01/1993 - 04/27/1997
William B. Davis 7 03/19/2000
David Amann 7 01/03/1999 - 05/05/2002
Alex Gansa 7 10/01/1993 - 03/10/1995
Steven Maeda 5 04/16/2000 - 03/17/2002
Jeffrey Bell 5 01/10/1999 - 01/14/2001
Greg Walker 3 04/16/2000 - 04/15/2001
Thomas Schnauz 3 12/16/2001 - 04/14/2002
Sara B. Cooper 2 01/06/1995 - 04/14/1995
Paul Brown 2 10/21/1994 - 12/16/1994
Kim Newton 2 12/15/1995 - 05/03/1996
Chris Ruppenthal 2 05/06/1994 - 11/04/1994
Kristen Cloke 2 02/28/2018
Tom Maddox 2 02/15/1998 - 02/27/2000
Tim Minear 2 01/04/1998 - 04/19/1998
Jeffery Vlaming 2 11/03/1995 - 03/29/1996
William Gibson 2 02/15/1998 - 02/27/2000
Ken Hawryliw 2 04/11/1999
Bart Montgomery 1 05/19/1996
Mike Wollaeger 1 01/11/1998
Larry Barber 1 01/21/1994
Gabe Rotter 1 02/07/2018
David Greenwalt 1 04/06/1997
Paul Barber 1 01/21/1994
Marilyn Osborne 1 04/01/1994
Jim Guttridge 1 04/11/1999
Kenneth Biller 1 12/10/1993
Steve De Jarnatt 1 02/24/1995
Mat Beck 1 05/10/1996
Chris Brancato 1 12/10/1993
Scott Kaufer 1 02/11/1994
Benjamin Van Allen 1 03/07/2018
Vivian Mayhew 1 11/10/1996
Charles Grant Craig 1 11/17/1995
Ron Scalera 1 05/19/1996
Karen Nielsen 1 03/14/2018
Chip Johannessen 1 01/09/2000
Steven King 1 02/08/1998
Jessica Scott 1 01/11/1998
Shannon Hamblin 1 02/28/2018
Daniel Arkin 1 03/07/1999
Valerie Mayhew 1 11/10/1996
Name Number of Episodes Dates
Joseph Patrick Finn 3 02/11/1994
Paul Rabwin 1 02/11/1994
Name Number of Episodes Dates
Mark Snow 1 02/11/1994
John S. Bartley 1 02/11/1994

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