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VI DIRECT Catalog : TV Zone : TV Zone 2001

TV Zone #145, December 2001 TV Zone #145, December 2001
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Farscape – Producer David Kemper surveys events after the series' 2-year renewal, plus Wayne Pygram forgoes megalomania to chat about evil Scorpius. Enterprise – Linda Park on playing comms officer Ensign Hoshi Sato, and dialectic challenges. Angel – Alias vampire hunter Gunn, J August Richards on year 3 with Angel Investigations. LEXX – As the strange ship reaches Earth, producer Paul Donovan looks at the final season. Jack and The Beanstalk – Brian Henson & Matthew Modine on giant ambitions in a modern sequel. Smallville – Sam Jones III on life in a sleepy town and playing Clark Kent’s best pal. Andromeda – Comprehensive Season One episode guide. Outer Limits – Producer Brad Turner on finding new stories for the anthology. Plus Primetime on Fox's real-time 24 (starring Kiefer Sutherland & Dennis Haysbert), Memory Alpha, Fantasy Flashback: The New Avengers' Last of the Cybernauts, Reviews with 40 new TV episodes (Andromeda, Angel, Buffy, Charmed...) and merchandise guide In the Shops returns!
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TV Zone #144, November 2001 TV Zone #144, November 2001
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Brand new look for the 2001 US TV season! Enterprise premiere reviewed – a flying start? Plus John Billingsley on playing Enterprise's quirky alien medic, Doctor Phlox, and our guide to the new series and crew. Randall & Hopkirk (Deceased) – We investigate the 2nd UK-made series with Reeves & Mortimer, Emilia Fox and Tom Baker. Buffy – James Marsters on revelling in playing Sunnydale's big bad Spike. Plus a Buffy Season 3 episode guide. Roswell – Shiri Appleby on the stress of dating an alien, plus producer Jason Katims on Season 2 and the alien teen drama's future. Urban Gothic – Producers Tom de Ville and Steve Matthews chat about the bloodiest show on TV. Farscape – The legendary Henson creature workshops on the evolution of some of the best-loved aliens. Sheena – The blond beauty's back for more jungle capers: Gena Lee Nolin on monkeying around. Plus: full guide to the new US season, a more detailed TV Focus, and a 12-page Reviews section – new-look, of course!
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TV Zone #143, October 2001 TV Zone #143, October 2001
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Buffy The Vampire Slayer – the sexiest show around? We’ve compiled 25 of the hottest moments from 5 super sexy years. Plus Alyson Hannigan on casting spells with Willow and Tara, gossip on Season 6's upcoming musical episode, and Michelle Trachtenberg on what the future holds for Dawn – a girl who didn't really exist until recently. Also featured: Dark Angel's Jon Savage (Lydecker), Andromeda's Lexa Doig, Babylon 5's continuation in Legend of the Rangers, Lexx's Nigel Bennett, Mutant X, two from Stargate SG-1- writer Ron Wilkinson and stunt man Dan Shea – plus an exclusive with Millennium's Lance Henricksen.
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TV Zone #142, September 2001 TV Zone #142, September 2001
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LEXX – Michael McManus talks about Season Four while filming secretly in England. Will it be the end for LEXX? Enterprise – Scott Bakula on how his Captain Archer is a lot like Kirk, and how exciting the new (but older) series promises to be. Xena: Warrior Princess – Lucy Lawless and Renee O’Connor discuss the last episode of the popular Fantasy series. The Invisible Man – Vincent Ventresca himself makes himself visible so we can talk over his recent antics. Angel – Losing the green skin of the singing demon from Pylea, Andy Hallett on working with Joss Whedon and the cast of Angel. The X-Files – are Season 8's new agents, John Doggett and Monica Reyes, the pair to fight the future? Roswell – Kyle Valenti had his girlfriend stolen by a guy from another planet. Nick Wechsler thinks that it’s all in a days work. Plus: Primetime – The Mists of Avalon, a Golden Moment from Red Dwarf V, Fantasy Flashback on Star Trek: What are Little girls made of?, and a bumper Reviews section.
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TV Zone #141, August 2001 TV Zone #141, August 2001
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Farscape (1) – Ben Browder on playing the NASA Astronaut trying to make his way in an incredible universe, including Season 3. Farscape (2) – Exclusive interview with Claudia Black, back from the dead as the vivacious Aeryn Sun? Stargate SG-1 – creative consultant / director /writer Peter DeLuise spills some beans on the eagerly awaited Season 5. Buffy The Vampire Slayer's own Season 5 had the ultimate in endings. We try to figure out what lies ahead. Plus an episode guide for Season 2. Andromeda – moody Tyr Anasazi (or rather, Keith Hamilton Walker) docks to talk about the new Season. The Invisible Man – Alex Monroe is the latest recruit, and former model Brandy Ledford is delighting in having her own agenda. Plus reviews including Voyager's series finale, Fantasy Flashback on The Stone Tape, and #1 in a series of cult tv's golden moments.
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TV Zone #140, July 2001 TV Zone #140, July 2001
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Doctor Who: Caves of Androzani – We look at Peter Davison’s swansong (now on DVD) and talk exclusively to director Graeme Harper. Xena & Hercules – Writer Paul Coyle on ups and downs in the sword and sorcery shows. Earth: Final Conflict – Von Flores, aka Ron Sandoval, stops melding with Taelons to talk about the fifth (final?) season. Stargate SG-1 – Director Andy Mikita on his top episodes such as 2010 and The Curse. Andromeda – Gordon Michael Woolvett on playing the ships Mr Fix-it, Seamus Harper. Roswell – An obituary to the character who died in an horrific car crash… Buffy – Bailey Chase on playing The Initiative's Graham Miller. Douglas Adams – A personal tribute by Kevin Davies to the creator of Hitch Hiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. Plus Fantasy Flashback to I Dream of Jeannie, a full US network schedule for Fall 200, HBO's Six Feet Under in Primetime, and 10 pages of reviews.
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TV Zone #139, June 2001 TV Zone #139, June 2001
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Andromeda – leading duo Kevin Sorbo & Lisa Ryder, on their loves, lives and the first season's roller-coaster ride. Voyager – all done and dusted! At the wrap party after seven years' service, we caught up with all the regulars. Plus Dwight Schultz on his days as Lt. Barclay on both Voyager and TNG. Angel – The stars of the hit Vampire spin off discuss their first two years, team-style. Earth: Final Conflict – Super tough action babe Jane Heitmeyer on her freshman year in the alien invasion saga. Lone Gunmen – creators Chris Carter and Frank Spotnitz on their hopeful spin-off, plus the haphazard expanded quintet introduced. Dark Realm – Dimitri Logothetis on his new series exploring the paranormal with a Twilight Zone twist. Plus Fantasy Flashback on The Prisoner: Arrival, and 11 pages of reviews.
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TV Zone #138, May 2001 TV Zone #138, May 2001
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Buffy The Vampire Slayer – growing up with the five year-old series, we examine the changing characters. Farscape – Exclusive! Series creator Rockne S O'Bannon previews the exciting third season. Voyager – Exclusive! Ethan Phillips on Neelix's final year of Voyaging, plus two months to the end… our countdown continues. Andromeda – Laura Bertram on playing the mysterious (and purple) Trance Gemini. Stargate SG-1 – Christina McQuarrie unveils her other-worldly costume designs. First Wave – Rob LaBelle, Crazy Eddie. Cool… Plus Fantasy Flashback on The Outer Limits' 1964 classic episode The invisibles, Memory Alpha on Battle of the Planets, plus 12 pages of reviews.
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TV Zone #137, April 2001 TV Zone #137, April 2001
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Voyager: Roxann Dawson on the final season, how B'Elanna faces marriage and motherhood, and her future plans. Doctor Who: Remembrance of the Daleks – writer Ben Aaronovitch & script editor Andrew Cartmel on their 1988 serial, new to DVD. Xena – exclusive insights on the final run of episodes from producers Rob Tapert and RJ Stewart, and others. Stargate SG-1 – JR Bourne (mysterious Martouf), on feelings for Carter, being a Goa'uld pawn, and a rather grisly fate. LEXX – A full checklist for the successful third season, with character profiles of all the main players. The Prisoner – we look back at the series that changed the way cult television is made forever. Invisible Man – The Keeper's alter-ego Shannon Kenny on taking charge of Darien Fawkes, and being the only woman on set. Fantasy Flashback – Adam Adamant Lives: A Vintage Year for Scoundrels gets an in-depth retrospective. Plus a Memory Alpha special on the classic Grasshopper Island, 2 free artcards (The Daleks & First Wave) plus all our regulars.
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TV Zone #136, March 2001 TV Zone #136, March 2001
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SORRY SOLD OUT

Xena Warrior Princess – Renee O’Connor talks openly about her six years as loyal friend Gabrielle (seven-page feature). Stargate SG-1 – Alex Cruz (Skaara) gets all glowy-eyed about gates, gods and evil little parasites. Angel – Tough good guy J August Richards (Gunn) on the whole vampire ordeal & joining an established series. Farscape – Lani Tupu on his contrasting roles as Crais and Pilot, plus Jonathan Hardy, heard but not seen as the greedy Rygel XVI. Cleopatra 2525 – Three lovely ladies, Jennifer Sky, Victoria Pratt and Gina Torres on life in their far-flung and colourful 26th Century. The Invisible Man – Eddie Jones on his new Official role, assigned to keep the man Invisible and do his dirty work. First Wave – new star Traci Lords comes back to tell us about the fun she has and her other Sci-Fi projects. Plus 2 free artcards (Farscape & The Prisoner) and 11 pages of reviews.
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TV Zone #135, February 2001 TV Zone #135, February 2001
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Buffy – James Marsters, aka Spike, the Slayer's toothy nemesis, on Season 5. Plus William the Bloody's history. Earth: Final Conflict – star Robert Leeshock reveals some exciting secrets about Season 4. Invisible Man – Sidekick to a see-through agent, Paul Ben-Victor on why he sees the show as a success. Andromeda – Brent Stait on his hindering nails and Rev Bem, his dichotomous friendly cannibal. Farscape – Anthony Simcoe on D’Argo’s quest and what he thinks of Season Two. Dune – The worm returns! Writer and producer on bringing Herbert’s classic to TV, plus Ian Macneice (the evil Baron Harkonnan) flies in for a chat! Xena – From sinner to saviour, we look at her character and how far she’s come in six seasons.
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TV Zone #134, January 2001 TV Zone #134, January 2001
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Short Supply

Stargate SG-1 – Michael Shanks on season 4 from the point of view of actor and director (7-page feature). Angel – Thought she was dead and dusted? Julie Benz on returning as Darla. Andromeda – Meet the lovely form of the starship, Lexa Doig. Farscape – New blue nun Virginia Hey describes life as the fantastic Zhaan. Earth: Final Conflict – director Drew Potter on the Taelon’s agenda as things hot up. Charmed – A full run-down of the charmed Halliwells' Season One adventures in our episode guide. First Wave – Double-crossing Roger C Cross on being the bad alien ally. Send in the Clones -Is there anything new out there, or is Cult Television just a load of old recycled concepts? Plus – Memory Alpha, Reviews and Letters!
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