Hot Topic - your thoughts on the X-Files revival

After 13 years away, agents Mulder and Scully have made it back to our TV screens. But what do you think of the new six-episode run of The X-Files?

Does the concept of the show still work in 2016? Did the alien conspiracy elements turn you off? What’s been your favourite episode – and your least favourite? Would you like to see a proper 22-episode season? If so, what do Chris Carter and co need to tweak? And what other shows from the ‘00s would you like to see revived?

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