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Issue #84 • ships from Aug 29 2002
News-stand Price UK £3.40 / US $5.99

The Dead Zone
• Stephen King wrote a novel, which was turned into a film starring Christopher Walken. Now Anthony Michael Hall, of filmic Weird Science fame, leads the cast of the TV series. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Voyager executive producer Michael Piller gives Cult Times the lowdown on his latest genre show.

Corin Nemec as Jonas QuinnStargate SG-1
• We take some time to see what newcomer Corin Nemec thinks of the show, his role in it, and the circumstances that led him to join the cast as Jonas Quinn.

Kevin Sorbo as Dylan HuntAndromeda
• Fantasy TV favorite Kevin Sorbo, kicks back on set to reveal what he is hoping will happen to Captain Dylan Hunt and his Space-faring crew in the third season of the show.

Where are those dinosaurs?Dinotopia
• Executive producer Robert Halmi and the creators of this mini-series provide a tour of the continent of Dinotopia, a place where dinosaurs and Humans live together peacefully.

24 / Now and Again
• When he dropped by the UK recently, Dennis Haysbert chatted to us about playing Palmer in the smash hit drama 24 and his much-missed performance as Dr Theo Morris in Now and Again.

Instant Guide
  • Wolf Lake
    Watch the fur fly as we visit a small town with a dark secret: the authorities are all shape-shifters who can turn into wolves!
Times Past
  • This month:
    Journalists. Our regular reviewer wonders why The Lone Gunmen and the staff of The Chronicle don't have particularly exciting adventures.
Out of the Box
  • The new season is underway on terrestrial TV, and we bring you news of when Charmed, Alias and La Femme Nikita will be reaching those lovely free channels.
The Guest List
  • Two Stargate SG-1 guests this month, as Jason Schombing looks back on Robert Rothman's short career in the field and Aleks Paunovic relives the pleasure of driving a Tok'ra spaceship in Redemption.
File Under…
  • The X-Files
    We mourn the passing of this phenomenal series with an in-depth look at the final episode, as at last, The Truth is revealed!
News - behind the screens
  • Former Trek writers help each other get work on The Dead Zone and the new Twilight Zone
  • Tim Minear discusses David Simkins' rapid exit from Angel
  • We speak to the stars on the set of Smallville's second season
  • the future of Buffy remains in limbo
  • …and Bionic Woman Jaime Sommers is back! Plus the latest word from the US on Birds of Prey, the new Spider-Man cartoon and Star Trek: Nemesis
Out of the Sack
  • This month our regular letter writers discuss yet more seasons of Charmed, if Sikozu is a welcome addition to Farscape and when Witchblade will arrive in the UK (we can now reveal it's on Sci-Fi in October)!
  • Any TV you want to complain about? Any TV you want to be nice about? Either way, please do write to: [email protected] [email protected]

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