Agent Scully is not the mega form in the pictures on the first episode of season 11 of the X-Files
Yippee, soon it’s Christmas ! Even the card-not bad this year, because they are expected above all to be in 2018 to discover the new season of X-Files. Attention, SPOILERS.
After a season of 10 half-tint, a bit too short to really take it easy and do make a true comeback to the series after almost 20 years of absence, the X-Files is going to re-try the shot from the 3 of January next, at which time, Fox will broadcast the first episode of season 11. And there is of what to do since this batch of 10 episodes is looming as the last hurrah of the cult series, at least for a part of the casting, and that the focus on the famous mythology inherent in the tale appears to have been somewhat lifted. A mythology which, anyway, had no sense and fell flat not bad all,
Scully is tired and injured
Having said that, this does not mean that you have to forget X-Files, especially after the end of season 10, a little bombastic, but with a good big climax of the families. The first episode of season 11, titled My Struggle III, will now open on the following direct events, while Muller and Scully trying to trace their son William, and discover that they are not the only ones in pursuit of her.
Big headache to predict
History of us to make a beautiful gift for the holidays, Fox has released a bunch of images from the episode in question, which we spoilent not hurt the passage. We discovered a Scully badly injured, transported to hospital, while Skinner (look rather badass), find the agent Monica Reyes, and rule once more his accounts with the Smoking Man. However, and this is perhaps the biggest surprise for the moment, we find the agent Spender, son of the Smoking Man burned alive 20 years ago, which here appears to passed under the knife to regain its true face. What its involvement is accurate in the story ? Will survive-t-he the pilot ? It will have to wait for the 3rd of January to find out but in any case, it’s really badly want.
Agent Spender was dead, but, apparently, it gets better