The X-Files Revival

Do you love The X-Files? Without a doubt, I’m a HUGE fan! I honestly don’t think there was ever an episode that I didn’t watch. Fox Mulder paired up with Dana Scully was absolutely brilliant! Together, they created an undeniable balance, Scully with her scientific reasoning and Mulder with his open-minded desire to search for the unknown.

One of my all time fave episodes was the sixth one from season six titled, How The Ghosts Stole Christmas with Lily Tomlin and Ed Asner. It aired on December 13, 1998. Here’s the IMDb link describing it, so check it out…. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0751138/

And for those of you who are X-Files fans, I’m sure you’re just as excited as I am about this Sunday night when The X-Files returns. The X-Files Revival is definitely one I will not miss. In fact, my DVR is ready and waiting to record each episode of this much anticipated mini series.

Recently I was asked by Kevin Hale, host and producer of BlogTalkRadio’s Shooting From The Lip to co-host with him for a very special show. Our guest was Chris Elias, administrator of The X-Files Group on Facebook. An extremely impressive group with well over 14,000 members. The show aired this past Wednesday night at 10pm E/ 7pm P. Topic of discussion? The X-Files Revival, of course! And here is the link so you can listen to it as well… https://soundcloud.com/423radio/sftl-110-the-x-files-revival-preview-chris-elias

Be sure to join us every Wednesday night, same time throughout the entire airing of The X-Files mini series as we discuss the exciting continuation!

 

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