The X-Files' nine seasons of government conspiracy, paranormal phenomenon and alien abduction obfuscate the truth with every cover-up, and the further one gets from the beginning of the journey, the less clear the outcome becomes. Debuting on DVD August 2 from Fox Home Entertainment, The X-Files Mythology: Black Oil cuts through the mystery with episodes from the ground-breaking series that garnered three Golden Globe wins and 61 Emmy nominations during its nine year run. Now key episodes centering around the black oil, that appeared intermittently throughout the series, are collected together in one comprehensive volume, allowing fans to uncover the core truths about the mysterious substance that had audiences guessing until the end of the series. The special collector's four-disc set features 15 episodes following the thread, as well as specific episode commentaries and a featurette.

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The Mythology is Chris Carter's visionary story arc of The X-Files comprised of 60 episodes from all nine seasons of the show. Now you can follow every government conspiracy, alien abduction, and hidden truth right from the beginning.

The X-Files Mythology Special Features And Disc Content Specifics:

Fifteen episodes of The X-Files are compiled on four discs and are available in full screen and anamorphic widescreen (aspect ratio 1.78:1). This special collector's set features 15 episodes following the thread, as well as specific episode commentaries plus part two of Chris Carter's new documentary "Threads Of Mythology," which explains the meaning of The X-Files. Presented with English, French and Spanish Dolby Surround sound, each disc also offers English and Spanish subtitles.

Disc One:

Episodes -

Nisei (season three, episode nine)

731 (season three, episode ten)

Piper Maru (season three, episode 15)

Apocrypha (season three, episode 16)

Disc Two:

Episodes -

Talitha Cumi (season three, episode 24)

- Includes audio commentary by Bob Goodwin

Herrenvolk (season four, episode one)

Tunguska (season four, episode nine)

Terma (season four, episode ten)

Disc Three:

Episodes -

Memento Mori (season four, episode 15)

- Includes audio commentary by Rob Bowman

Tempus Fugit (season four, episode 17)

Max (season four, episode 18)

- Includes audio commentary by Kim Manners

Zero-Sum (season four, episode 21)

Disc Four:

Episodes -

Gethsemane (season four, episode 24)

Redux (season five, episode two)

- Presented in anamorphic widescreen (1.78:1)

Redux II (season five, episode three)

- Presented in anamorphic widescreen (1.78:1)

Bonus Features

Threads of Mythology: Black Oil Featurette

The X-Files has won three Golden Globe® Awards for Best Dramatic Series as well as Golden Globe Awards for David Duchovny for Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Drama Series and Gillian Anderson for Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Drama Series. It has garnered a total of 61 Emmy Award nominations since its inception, and has won numerous Emmy's including Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for Anderson, Outstanding Writing in a Drama Series, Outstanding Art Direction for a Series, Outstanding Makeup for a Drama Series, Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing and Outstanding Sound Editing for a Series. The X-Files also has received the prestigious George Foster Peabody Award for Excellence in Broadcasting.