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Celebrate the return of one of the greatest sci-fi shows of all time with this detailed guide featuring exclusive material from the brand-new season.
Returning after more than a decade off the air, the 10th season of The X-Files promises to be one of the most anticipated television events of 2016. The Complete X-Files, Revised and Updated Edition is the only authorized debriefing on all ten seasons of the cult television series and the X-Files films created by Chris Carter. The book takes readers into Carter's never-before-seen archives with explanations of unsolved plots, breakdowns of popular episodes, a discussion of the FBI's paranormal investigations bureau, and other insider information. In addition to exclusive interviews with the cast and crew, The Complete X-Files, Revised and Updated Edition features exclusive material and unpublished photographs from season 10, giving fans a backstage view of the making of this sci-fi phenomenon.
Matt Hurwitz is a prolific entertainment journalist, having written for Daily Variety, The Washington Post, The Hollywood Reporter, Videography, The Los Angeles Times, American Cinematographer, Wired, and Fade In. A native of the Washington, D.C. area, Hurwitz currently lives in Los Angeles.
Chris Knowles is the author of the Eagle Award-winning Our Gods Wear Spandex: The Secret History of Comic Book Heroes. He is also a contributing writer to Classic Rock and an associate editor on the five-time Eisner Award-winning magazine, Comic Book Artist. He lives with his family in New Jersey.
Ramin Zahed is a senior editor at Insight Editions and the former editor in chief of Animation Magazine. A journalist who has covered the film and television industries for over 20 years, his writing has appeared in Variety, the Hollywood Reporter, the Los Angeles Times, and Movieline. He is also the author of The Art of Home, The Art of Puss in Boots, The Art of Rise of the Guardians, and The Art of DreamWorks. He lives in Los Angeles.
Foreword bio: Chris Carter is the creator and executive producer of The X-Files; a concept he developed as synthesis of urban myths, conspiracy theory, and stories of extraterrestrial abduction. The X-Files remained a hit primetime evening show from 1993 to 2002, inspiring two movies, video games, and multiple network spin-offs.