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Issue #132 • ships from Aug 23 2006
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Stargate Atlantis

• Star Joe Flanigan looks around and finds to his surprise that he's still starring in the successful spin-off. We discover why he expected to have moved on to another project by now

Mahershalalhashbaz AliThe 4400
• One of the nicest but trickiest to spell stars in Cult TV, Mahershalalhashbaz Ali, looks back over a difficult third year for his character Richard Tyler and to what the future holds

Jennifer Love HewittGhost Whisperer
Cult Times wanders about making 'Wooooo' noises in order to get the attention of Jennifer Love Hewitt, the woman who breathes life into Melinda Gordon, helper of the dead

Hugh DennisMy Hero
• Back for a sixth season and a change of lead actor, Hugh Dennis talks about the new arrival and returning to his role of useless, pompous doctor Piers Crispin

Eureka
• Sheriff's daughter Zoe Carter, aka Jordan Hinson, tells us how she fits into the odd little genius-packed town of Eureka, and all about her past life as a gate

Times Past
  • This month our regular reviewer visits the town of Eureka to see if its inhabitants make him feel clever, and then finds out if watching My Hero does instead

Out of the Box
  • It's September, and as the summer heat dies away we provide a comprehensive list of all the month's Cult TV programmes

You Should Be Watching…
  • Time Trumpet
    Scottish-Italian genius Armando Iannucci takes a satirical and sometimes just plain surreal look back to recent times from the vantage point of the year 2031

Building a Better Genre Show
  • Part X
    It's very important that characters in a genre can't just do what the hell they like. We look at the importance of government in such shows as Blake's 7 and The X-Files

News – behind the screens
  • Sarah Jane gets her own spin-off from Doctor Who (again)
  • Lost's new cast members revealed
  • Season Three of Battlestar Galactica shapes up
  • Green Arrow arrives in Smallville
  • and much more!

Out of the Sack
  • Have your say on the latest genre TV shows on our letters page! The e-mail address to use is culttimes@visimag.com

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