In this issue of Cult
Times, not only:
We get the vaguely human crew (Michael McManus, Xenia Seeberg and Brian
Downey) into a room and question them about the final Earth-set season of the
off-centre Sci-Fi show. How will it all end? And why would watching it
backwards help? Read an extract
Producer/writers Richard Manning and David Kemper on their third season
plans. Why have they shaken up the cast, and why should this season's finale be
even more shocking?
John Shea, formerly Lex Luthor of Lois & Clark fame, turns
his hand to heroing in Sky One's latest new addition, an entirely
non-X-Men-related group of protected superheroes
& Hopkirk (Deceased)
The second series has seen some new penslingers in town. Gareth Roberts
reveals how he made the transition from writing Doctor Who novels to
But also -
Channel 5's bloodthirsty Horror show returns for nine new nightmarish
visions and we were on set to talk to the team behind it!
- Instant Guide
... to Now and Again, the everyday story of a man who is killed by a
train and has his brain transplanted into a genetically-engineered body to work
as a secret agent. But really just wants his family back.
Read the guide here
- Times Past
We take a second look at Andromeda to see how far it has come since its
Season One beginnings
- Out of the Box
In print: all the programme information for November, plus highlights, what's
out to buy and our reviews telling what to get and what to avoid
- File Under...
We put the latest version of The Invisible Man under the
microscope and discover that it has plenty to see in its pilot episode
- On The Guest List
Michele Morand makes pregnancy work for her in Andromeda and Kari
Matchett hides herself under Taelon make-up in Earth: Final Conflict
- News - behind the screens
Enterprise makes a big splash, Michael Shanks leaves Stargate
SG-1, Roswell runs into ratings trouble again and Channel 4 compiles
a list of top Sci-Fi shows....
- Your Letters: Burning questions you need an
answer to? Something you have to get off your chest? Then write to us!
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