Looking back on 2003,
and forward to 2004!
Including previews of...
Joan of Arcadia
Plus these features…
Times Past Review of the Year
We look back on the year Buffy ended, Doctor Who's return was announced, Alias managed to simplify itself, and Strange became the BBC's forlorn hope for a long-running Fantasy show.
Writer/producer/director Jeffrey Bell is helping ring the changes for the new season as Angel & Co take over evil law firm Wolfram & Hart and learn that doing good isn't easy…
The latest addition to the cast, Drew Fuller, is cagey about his character's agenda. Is Whitelighter from the future Chris out to get the Charmed Ones, or is he here to protect them?
Christopher Gorham stars as Jake Foley, an NSA tech involved in a lab accident that amps up his natural abilities. The star tells us what it's like being the ultimate Human upgrade…
John Schneider knows who's the daddy: it's him! The former Dukes of Hazzard star, now playing Jonathan Kent, tells us how he's getting wayward adopted son Clark back in line in the third season of Smallville.
With two characters gone, someone needs to fill the gap. Step forth Karen Cliche as Lexa Pierce, a mysterious mutant with light-based powers who ironically likes to keep the rest of the team in the dark as she leads them into dangerous missions…
Our tip for the top this season, Carnivàle takes you into the weird world of a travelling carnival, the carnies who run it, the people they meet, and a priest and a young kid with healing powers who are somehow connected to powerful supernatura forces. Writer/showrunner Ronald D Moore tells us about it.
It may have finished almost before it started, but that's no reason to ignore The WB's short-lived update of the classic tale. We spoke to Sarah Wayne Callies, who plays cop Jane Porter, about life and love in the urban jungle.