While the first season of The X-Files introduced us to Scully and Mulder, the second season finds the show confidently hitting its stride. Building on its earlier success, the show evolves, and in these 25 episodes, a glimpse is shown of a longer-running story line (which will continue through subsequent seasons) that is woven into the usual stand-alone episodes of the paranormal. These so-called mythology episodes hint at a global conspiracy involving sinister government agents, UFOs, alien abductions, genetic engineering, the ever-lurking Cigarette Smoking Man, and Fox Mulder's father.
Government investigators -- United States -- Fiction.
Human-alien encounters -- Fiction.
Mulder, Fox (Fictitious character) -- Fiction.
Scully, Dana (Fictitious character) -- Fiction.
Unidentified flying objects -- Sightings and encounters -- Fiction.
United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation -- Officials and employees -- Fiction.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
Carter, Chris, 1957- screenwriter.
Davis, William B., actor.
Duchovny, David, actor.
Snow, Mark, composer.
Ten Thirteen Productions, production company.
Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, Inc., distributor.
Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc., production company.