issue 130 ships from 15 Aug 2000 UK £3.25 / US $5.99 FEATURE NEWS REVIEWS

in this issue of TV Zone:

Xena: Warrior Princess
• Season Five was a time of change on Xena. We look at her descent into Hell, her pregnancy, and the twilight of the Gods in this six-page retrospective, with RJ Stewart, Steve Sears, and Rob Tapert. Also: how Amazon High became Lifeblood, Joe LoDuca on Lyre, Lyre..., and Harrison Ellenshaw on Fallen Angel's FX, plus a checklist of what's known about Season Six

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Willow and Buffy, college studentsBuffy the Vampire Slayer
• Delightful Alyson Hannigan chats about Willow blossoming into a woman. Plus, in the first of our regular run-ins with Buffy's writers, Doug Petrie on trials of Faith and fire

Robert Picardo, Voyager's DoctorStar Trek: Voyager
• Our long-awaited Season Five episode guide with cast, crew and story information at your fingertips! Plus, a sixth season check-up from Robert Picardo on the EMH’s adventures

Amanda Tapping and Michael Shanks in The GamekeeperStargate SG-1
• Director Martin Wood on creating the buzz around Carter and O’Neill’s relationship, putting the Stargate on ice, and bringing the house down on Daniel Jackson

• Comedy sidekick Jackson Raine talks about playing Tao, on falling down in public, getting wet and playing with the big cats

Fantasy Flashback • Star Trek’s classic Mudd’s Women. Hark back to a time when men were men, women were slaves and captains were corseted in!

  • PLUS!
    Reviews • The most authoritative and up-to-date look at tv episodes and related merchandise around. Some are even quite comely. Including the latest Doctor Who and Star Trek releases, plus The X-Men getting animated. Episodes reviewed include above-par instalments from The X-Files, and Voyager, plus Buffy and a full Urban Gothic season overview
  • Our acclaimed News (Headlines available) digests events in and around the TV Zone. Plus going from comic to the small screen, now Sara Pezzini smells the glove for TNT’s adaptation of Witchblade in this issue’s Primetime!
  • Memory Alpha answers more of your posed queries about Cult Television of the past and present. This month, Stargate’s Teryl Rothery makes a house call, a ReBooted third season and Red Dwarf USA
  • Letters Page • Trouble ahead in this area, hosted by our new work experience guys: the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse

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