July 2001, #70 • ships from June 27 • UK £3.25, US $5.99 FEATURE GUIDE BEST TV

• In this issue of Cult Times:

LEXX - Season Four
• According to star Xenia Seeberg, your granny should stick to gentler stuff - like Countdown, perhaps. The Earthwards bound Season Four is on its way and Xev, her character in the series, is having more crazy fun than ever. Read up on it here - now!

Xena and Gabrielle in Season 6Xena: Warrior Princess
• Back on Sky One, and hurtling through the series' final year! We present a sneak preview of the treats and tragedies awaiting Xena and her trusty sidekick Gabrielle

Clare Kramer as Glory Buffy the Vampire Slayer
• Did you see this year's season finale? Join us in a glorious analysis of The Gift. Plus - frame grabs of the episode's defining moments.
See also File Under below...
• Plus The Buffy 100 in this Cult Times Special

Secret Agent Man's Dina Meyer Secret Agent Man
• This offbeat new series (on digital terrestrial) is well-worth catching. Established film star Dina Meyer (Starship Troopers), gives us her take on female lead Agent Holiday

Seven Days
• Playing token male in this month's features section is Norman Lloyd. The veteran actor behind brainbox Isaac Mentnor, tells us all about Alfred Hitchcock, nuclear science and how he gets on with the series lead, Jonathan LaPaglia

• Of our LEXX cover star, and Lucy Lawless as Xena

PLUS! All our regular sections:
  • Instant Guide To... Cleopatra 2525
    Don't miss this indispensable guide to Channel 5's latest fighting female Fantasy offering
  • Out of the Box - TV listings for July
    Check out what Cult TV is showing on cable, satellite, terrestrial TV - including Sky's digital film channels. Plus merchandise details and reviews, weekly highlights and the essential CX Index (apologies, by the way, for it starting on the wrong day - no one's perfect). Check out this month's highlight
  • File Under...
    • To tie-in with Sky 1's run of Buffy the Vampire Slayer on weeknights at 6pm, we take a look at yet another Buffy classic - the two-part
    Surprise & Innocence
  • Times Past:
    How does Seven Days compare to modern day Sci-Fi and Cult TV over the years? Find out in our regular column. Plus: brief musings on the state of Dark Angel, Roswell and the BBC's interest in Buffy's Giles
  • News and Star People
    Last month we announced that Shannen Doherty is leaving Charmed - meet her successor, pouting Rose McGowan! Plus: our regular look at film, years gone by, US broadcasts, and all the latest on shows such as E:FC, Roswell and Andromeda.
  • On The Guest List… Life before Rom, with Deep Space Nine's Max Grodénchik; musings on First Wave from Andrew Jackson
  • Out of the Sack: Write to us! Tell us what's on your mind and we'll put it in our letters page! E-mail us at: [email protected]

    Please note: Pictures taken from this issue are copyright: Salter Street Films / Sci-Fi Channel (US), Renaissance Pictures, 20th Century Fox, The WB, ITV2

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PLUS: Double-sided pull-out poster in this issue: Lucy Lawless as Xena from her finale and our cover shot of LEXX's Xenia Seeberg

Xena pull-out poster from C70


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