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"A mysterious WikiLeaks file appears in (Richard) Langly's inbox, and, as the Lone Gunmen start to decode them, they realize the files are about events that haven't actually happened yet,'' Crilley said.
"The Lone Gunmen realize their WikiLeaks files might be related to this contagion and trying to solve this mystery is what brings them into contact with the other properties.''
AIN the sci-fi show, The Lone Gunmen were a trio of conspiracy theorists who sometimes aided the main characters Mulder and Scully.
The X-Files TV series ended in 2002 but in 2001 a spin-off called The Lone Gunmen was launched, centring on the three characters - Melvin Frohike, John Fitzgerald Byers and Richard Langly.
For backstory on the group that forms "The Lone Gunmen," the best source remains the "X-Files" episode that traced their formation.
Unlike Mulder, the members of the Lone Gunmen are not obsessed with little green men.
In an interview with ( in 2016, Haglund revealed that the Lone Gunmen almost didn't make it in to Season 10 because him.