'The X-Files Origins' to follow Mulder and Scully as teenagers

The X-Files reboot has been a major success for Fox, but will there be more episodes after the event series wraps?

But before the duo can figure out where Mulder is, Scully and O'Malley have a few issues to settle between themselves. More than anything, it's resulted in confusing episodes that seem at war with themselves in terms of tone and focus.

"The X-Files" miniseries is coming to an end Monday night, but fans are hoping for more stories about Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) and Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson).

The entire episode is one for true x-files fans, with easter eggs stored throughout the episode, for example Mulder's ringtone is the "X-files" theme, so keep an eye out!

It's been quite some time since Ellen DeGeneres caught up with David Duchovny but with the recent reboot in the X-Files series, the actor stopped by to give a bit of an update on his life.

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By swiftly merging the details of cases with the evolving Mulder-Scully dynamic and intense mytharc, the strength of the old, winning "X-Files" formula was diluted this time around. Alien DNA, which Scully happens to have, thanks to her abduction. That was actually what they had to do back in 1996, when singer Johnny Mathis refused to let them use his song "Wonderful, Wonderful" for an episode titled "Home", which is notoriously one of the series' most disturbing episodes. It can't be a mistake that Fox aired it during the Grammys, having switched the episode order of the season at the last minute.

Here's how I rate the six episodes.

What brings Tad O'Malley back to the case in the finale?

Tonight's "X-Files" season finale was a continuation of the "My Struggle" storyline from the season premiere, which is either a good thing or a bad thing depending on who you are.

So the duality of the series is very much intact at the end, seeming indispensable to any resolution here, even if we're yet to see how it all plays out.