On This Day 10 September
By TheBoldAge. Published 2020-09-10
In 1897 the first person to be arrested for drunk driving in the UK; in 1906 the first Australian licence plate and drivers licence was issued; in 1940 Buckingham Palace was hit by a German bomb; in 1967 Gibraltar rejected Spanish rule. In 1993 The X-Files debuted on Fox.
The Truth Is Out There...
It was on the 10th of September 1993 that we first discovered The X-Files when it debuted on Fox. With an original total of 9 seasons it went through until the 19th of May, 2002 and had 202 episodes. In 2016 a 10th season was aired followed by an 11th season in 2017.
Chris Carter, the creator, wanted to reverse the gender stereotypes of believer and skeptic hence the reason why Scully (Gillian Anderson) is the skeptic and Mulder (David Duchovny) is the believer.
There were two films that came out of the series - the first in 1998 and a second which was released in 2008.
Have a bit of fun re-watching the top 10 (subjective) X-Files episodes
Other events on this day
- 1897: George Smith (London taxi driver) was the first person to be arrested and convicted on a drunk driving offence
- 1906: the first Australian licence plates and drivers licence was issued
- 1993: The X-Files with Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny debuted on Fox
- 1940: Buckingham Palace was hit by a German bomb
- 1967: Gibraltar rejected Spanish rule in favour of remaining under British sovereignty
- 2003: the first World Suicide Prevention Day