'The X-Files Season 11' Finally Reveals Scully Was Not Abducted? Aliens Want To Communicate With Mulder's Former Partner?

By Belle Smith , Updated Nov 17, 2016 03:30 PM EST
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Fans are in desperate need of "The X-Files" Season 11 after the previous season concluded with a major cliffhanger that left everyone worrying for Dana Scully. Was she really abducted? Or is it possible that aliens have a different purpose for appearing to Fox Mulder's former partner?

It certainly looked like Scully has been abducted by aliens AGAIN in "My Struggle II", but some believe that the Season 10 finale simply teased on bigger things happening in the future. Will it be revealed in "The X-Files" Season 11 that aliens are trying to communicate with Scully?

'The X-Files' Season 11 Reveals The Truth About Scully's Alleged Abduction?

In the last few minutes of "My Struggle II", Scully and Agent Smith discovered that Mulder has become ill. Scully decided that she could create a cure for her former partner using their son William's stem cells.

Just as she and Agent Smith were considering William's whereabouts, a UFO appeared overhead. But will it be revealed that Scully was not taken by aliens in "The X-Files" Season 11?

The previous season finale certainly suggested Scully's abduction when the episode concluded with an extreme close-up of her eye. However, some theorize that the scene was deliberately shot to make fans assume she was taken. It is possible that "The X-Files" Season 11 will reveal that Scully is fine and could make contact with the aliens.

Are The Aliens Trying To Reach Out To Scully In 'The X-Files' Season 11?

Some believe that the final scene focused on Scully because the aliens are trying to reach her. However, it is unclear whether their intention is to be helpful in Mulder's situation or hostile to the rest of the world. Hopefully, the truth is in "The X-Files" Season 11, which is expected to air on Fox late next year.

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