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VI DIRECT Catalog : TV Zone : TV Zone Specials 30 - 39

TV Zone Special #39, Yearbook (2000-01) TV Zone Special #39, Yearbook (2000-01)
(Reference #TS39)
Review of the Year – the successes and failures of 2000. Pursue the millennial theme of ‘closure’ with shows that fell at the first tv hurdle (Secret Agent Man, The Others), others that ended in style (Outer Limits, Babylon 5 – interview with Peter Jurasik) and some that just won’t give up the ghost (The X-Files)! Interviews: Farscape's Gigi Edgely (Chiana) on a series that's just hitting its stride, Stargate SG-1's Tony Amondola and Carmen Angenziano, and Andromeda scribes Kiene and Reinkemeyer. Science-fiction vs. magic – Cult tv's new battleground surveyed. This 100-page Special includes annual overviews of Earth: Final Conflict, Voyager, X-Files, Buffy & Angel, and Doctor Who, plus a Voyager Season Six listing and guide and the TV Zone Index (covers T121-T132 and TS35-TS38).
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TV Zone Special #38, Stargate SG-1 2000 TV Zone Special #38, Stargate SG-1 2000
(Reference #TS38)
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A collector's item within weeks of publication! Stargate SG-1 – Celebrating one of the most phenomenally popular Cult tv shows to emerge in the late 1990's. On set during production of Season Four, we talk to Richard Dean Anderson, Amanda Tapping, Michael Shanks, Teryl Rothery, Christopher Judge and Don S Davis about what it is to be galaxy-saving fighters, and look behind the scenes with the producers and designer Richard Hudolin. With an extensive overview of Seasons One to Three, and episode previews for Season Four… it's around 60 well-illustrated pages devoted to SG-1! Also includes interviews with the actors behind LEXX's Mantrid and Lyekka, E:FC's Renee Palmer, and DSN's General Martok.
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TV Zone Special #37, Alien Invasion 2000 TV Zone Special #37, Alien Invasion 2000
(Reference #TS37)
Earth – that most popular destination for all alien invasions! Join us as we investigate the reasons why invaders' ships always points to the Sol system. Earth: Final Conflict's Richard Chevolleau and producer Stephen Roloff give their tips on repelling Taelon incursions. Dominion ruler Salome Jens leads the invasion of Deep Space Nine's Alpha Quadrant. First Wave's twice-blessed man Sebastian Spence tackles the Gua. Fantasy Flashback to The Twilight Zone's The Invaders, and The Incredible Robert Baldick. No conquest plan would be complete without it!
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TV Zone Special #36, The Nineties Review 2000 TV Zone Special #36, The Nineties Review 2000
(Reference #TS36)
Sifting through 10 years of Cult tv, we discover each year's gems, and linger on the phenomenal shows that became mainstream. With a detailed look at each year, plus overviews of Star Trek, The X-Files. Doctor Who and Buffy The Vampire Slayer in the 90s. The demographics of cult tv success are examined, and its nostalgia value. Plus four interviews! Bruce Boxleitner looks back on Babylon 5, Robert Trebor (Salmoneus) and Ted Raimi (Joxer the Mighty) discuss Xena & Hercules, and Marco Sanchez on seaQuest DSV.
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TV Zone Special #35, Century Book 1999 TV Zone Special #35, Century Book 1999
(Reference #TS35)
Review of the Year – we honour the casualties and drink to the victors of 1999. Verity Lambert – the prolific TV producer on her career from Doctor Who's launch to Jonathan Creek. Lost in Space – Marta Kristen on her time aboard the Jupiter-2. Battlestar Galactica – Anne Lockhart on joining the family, plus a full Episode Guide including Galactica 80. Voyager – exuberant producer Brannon Braga on his Trek career and new directions. Rex the Runt – a doggie dialogue with director/creator Richard Golezowski. Plus jms on Babylon 5 and a Crusade episode guide, and a comprehensive Timeline spanning the last aeon!
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TV Zone Special #34, Deep Space Nine Farewell 1999 TV Zone Special #34, Deep Space Nine Farewell 1999
(Reference #TS34)
Bidding farewell to the seven-year epic that was Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Huge range of interviews featuring Ferengis as played by Armin Shimerman and Max Grodenchik, Cardassians – Andrew J. Robinson and Casey Biggs, Klingons – Michael Dorn and Robert O'Reilly, and behind the scenes with make-up maestro Michael Westmore and producer Ira Stephen Behr. Plus the cast's own favourite moments. Also interviewed – Earth: Final Conflict's Andrew Jackson, Lois & Clark's Michael Landes.
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TV Zone Special #33, Sci-Fi Comedy 1999 TV Zone Special #33, Sci-Fi Comedy 1999
(Reference #TS33)
Sci-Fi Comedy Special. Doctor Who's Comic Relief writer Steven Moffat interviewed. The Goodies – Bill Oddie on the very surreal Seventies series, with a complete episode guide. 3rd Rock from the Sun – Ri-Dick-ulously good interviews with Don, Nina and Mrs Dubcek, with a Season One episode guide! Plus Jonathan Creek's creator David Renwick, Charlie Higson on reviving Randall and Hopkirk, Red Dwarf's Back to Reality, nine pages on Hitch Hikers tv version, and eight diversions to comedy Trek nirvana.
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TV Zone Special #32, Babylon 5 to Crusade 1999 TV Zone Special #32, Babylon 5 to Crusade 1999
(Reference #TS32)
Short Supply

Babylon 5/Crusade cross-over Special. We note the end of Babylon 5 and join its sequel Crusade as its mission starts across Space. Cast and crew reflect on the last five years, and director Mike Vejar taks about his work. There's a very special look towards the spin-off series Crusade with stars Peter Woodward and Carrie Dobro, and over a million years of events catalogued in the comprehensive Babylon 5 timeline. Plus Stargate SG-1 episode guide,special effects in Poltergeist: The Legacy. Profiler's executive producer interviewed, Three's Julie Bowen on being part of the team and The Visitor's Grand L Bush!
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TV Zone Special #31, Yearbook (1998/99) TV Zone Special #31, Yearbook (1998/99)
(Reference #TS31)
Short Supply
Reviewing 1998's Cult Television – and celebrating 35 years of Doctor Who. Interviews or features represent all Eight Doctors' eras, with companions Ian (William Russell), Victoria (Deborah Watling), Liz (Caroline John), Nyssa (Sarah Sutton) and Ace (Sophie Aldred). Also multi-skilled producer Barry Letts and Roy Skelton's Rainbow of roles. Plus Voyager's Chakotay (Robert Beltran), Space: 1999's Nick Tate, DSN Season 6 Guide and a TV Zone 1998 index.
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TV Zone Special #30, Babylon 5 1998 TV Zone Special #30, Babylon 5 1998
(Reference #TS30)
The epic series' five-year story from creation to the tv movies and the spin-off Crusade. Katsulas, Scoggins, Straczynski, Tallman, Atkin Downes and Gentile all interviewed! Plus Star Trek TNG and DSN's Duncan Regehr, Due South's Gordon Pinsent and Beau Starr, Profiler's Roma Maffia and A Martinez, and the X-Files Joe Spano. 100 pages.
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VI DIRECT Catalog : TV Zone : TV Zone Specials 30 - 39

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