Breaking Down 'The X-Files' By the Numbers

Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny in 'The X-Files.'
Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny in 'The X-Files.' / Fox Broadcasting/GettyImages

Over the course of nine seasons and 202 episodes, FBI Special Agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully (okay, and John Doggett and Monica Reyes, too) encountered hundreds of extraterrestrial life forms, mythological creatures, supernatural phenomena, plain old psychopaths, and one alien-infested NASA astronaut.

With so much mythos crammed into a single series, it's easy to get confused when it comes to the show's finer details, like how many times Mulder called Scully by her first name (answer: 15) or which episode tallied the largest body count (that would be season three’s “Piper Maru”). Fortunately, Mashable has got an infographic to help.

In anticipation of The X-Files’ upcoming 10th season, which will premiere on January 16, 2016, Fox and Mashable have broken down some of the show’s most pressing data and assembled it into one handy infographic, with three separate sections covering The Geography, The Agents, and The Episodes.

If you’ve ever been desperate to know which state boasts the most X-Files case investigations, Fox’s apartment number in Alexandria, or how many times Scully used a flashlight or wore scrubs, the truth is out there.