Bumper 100-Page Issue
Star Richard Dean Anderson tries to get past his memory gap and talk about the latest season of the huge hit show, so prepare yourselves for tales of skiing, serving lunches at his daughter's school… and trips to other worlds.
Star Trek: Enterprise
Linda Park, aka Ensign Hoshi Sato, looks at the role of a translator in the Delphic Expanse, and explains why she'd like to do more dancing on the show.
As the third season begins on E4, executive producer Alfred Gough lets us in on what to expect in the third season of adventures for the young Superman.
After Whitelighter Leo seemed to perish at the end of Season 5, Brian Krause explains why he is deligted his character is back for Season 6. But how will he react to the person who banished him?
Although he's not working on Angel any more, we spoke to writer/producer Tim Minear about the changes he introduced and get the inside scoop on his next project: the weird and wacky Wonderfalls. Plus, we talk to Mercedes McNab about joining the regular cast of Angel as Harmony.
Kyle Duarte is the man responsible for training Jake in the use of his newfound abilities in the fun new Sci-Fi show. Actor Philip Anthony-Rodriguez tells us how it's going so far.
Taking on Graboids, Shriekers and Assblasters was more than he was prepared for, but Tyler Reed fights with pride in the small town of Perfection, as actor Victor Browne can testify.
100 issues and eight years of Cult Times
While we've been watching TV, what has the rest of the world been up to? We look back over the last eight years and see what's been going on and how it related to the Cult TV of the time.
What is Cult?
Answering the much-asked question of the genre fan, the editorial team tries to get to the bottom of what it means to be a Cult TV show, and discovers that the boundaries have been changing…