After a three-year break, we count down our current 50 Feisty Fantasy Females!
Who comes top of the list?
Farscape's Aeryn Sun?
One of the Charmed Ones?
Alias's Sydney Bristow?
Star Trek: Enterprise's T'Pol?
Or someone else entirely?
Find out inside…
Plus, we talk to the actresses behind the toughest women in Cult TV…
What makes Lana Lang and Chloe Sullivan tick? We asked the women who play them, Kristin Kreuk and Allison Mack, about their recent experiences in Smallville…
She's bold, she's beautiful and she's taking over SG-1: Amanda Tapping discusses the promotion of her character, Sam Carter, to colonel, and the changes for the show's eighth season.
A feisty female of the future: We wander over to the set of the new Stargate spin-off and speak to star Torri Higginson, aka Dr Elizabeth Weir, about following in some big footsteps…
For four years Lexa Doig has been the embodiment of the Andromeda Ascendant, both in holographic and android form, but she may not be returning to all her characters next season. We found out why…
As the series comes to a close, Victoria Pratt, known to fans as Shalimar Fox, looks back over three years of leaping, fighting and protecting mutantkind from the Humans who plot against them.
Dead Like Me
An early look at the changes in store in the second season of the quirky hit show, as we pinned down Jasmine Guy to ask her what's changed in the world of Grim Reaper Roxy this year.
…the people who write their adventures…
Buffy The Vampire Slayer
Drew Z Greenberg has made quite a name for himself writing stories about Buffy, Willow and the many residents of Sunnydale. We join him to reminisce about his career so far and what he's been trying to achieve in his new job on Smallville.
The creator of the short-lived offbeat drama (and Dead Like Me), Bryan Fuller, introduces us to the world of Jaye, a young gift shop employee who starts receiving strange instructions from the inanimate objects around her.
…and, now to even things up:
For those who think our list of top women is rather sexist, we even the score by providing a run-down of the roughest, toughest, hunkiest men on your TV screens, from top doctoring talent Dr Carter and Rick Dagless MD to bad boy Buffy vamp Spike and Alias's Michael Vaughn.