In this issue of Cult
What's going on? Where's Mulder? Who's the stern-looking guy with
Scully? It's time to find out as we speak to new arrival Robert Patrick about
his hopes for the series' new lease of life, and we seek William B Davis'
opinion on whether his character, Cigarette Smoking Man, could return to life
Michael Weatherly, aka cyber-journalist Logan Cale, on his place in the
low-tech world of the future and the joys of rolling about on beds with Jessica
Alba. Tough life, eh?
As the new season arrives on Sky One, we provide an examination of its
first four episodes and what they have in store for some of the main cast
Michael Shanks drops by to share his feelings on the future of the
series and his place in it, and to relive some of the traumas of directing his
first episode this season
After asking searching questions of the series' babes
in December, it's time to even the
score as the Outer Space hunks get their turn in the spotlight. Yes, from Tyr
to Harper via Rev Bem, it's a man frenzy, from the hairiest to the
Star Trek: Voyager
PLUS! All our regular
Returning to UK screens this month, we give you a tantalizing glimpse of some
of the upcoming episodes in Voyager's final season
- Instant Guide To...
Just looking for a way home? Hunted by an insane military commander? Surrounded
by gorgeous alien creatures? We tell you everything you need to know about the
- Out of the Box
All of February's Cult TV can be found here! In print, our complete guide to
all your favourite shows, plus February
highlights and our choice of the month - Voyager- are online. Plus
what's out to buy week by week here!
- File Under...
Join Angel in undergoing training on how to be a better person as we
psychologically evaluate Season One's Sense and
The latest news, including a possible Scully replacement, The Lone
Gunmen prepare to go solo, The WB tries to keep Buffy put, and
strikes may dent the next Trek series...
- On The Guest List
Supporting actors from Earth: Final Conflict as Jason Cadieux and
Christina Cox check in
- Times Past:
Genetically modified John Binns examines the perfect bodies of the stars of
Now and Again and Dark Angel. But does he like what he sees in
our review of last month's TV?
- Out of the Sack:
Let us know what you think about the latest Cult TV - and whether or not Buffy
should dump Riley - via our letters page:
Please note: Pictures taken from this issue are
copyright: 20th Century Fox,
Paramount, MGM / Showtime, The Henson Company