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Stargate SG-1
After five years as Doctor Daniel Jackson, Michael Shanks' tour of duty is over. In an exclusive interview Shanks talks candidly to TV Zone about leaving behind one of Stargate’s longest-running and best loved characters. Plus: we take a look at the making of the weird parody centennial episode, Wormhole X-treme, and hear from its guest star Michael DeLuise.
Nine pages in total!

• Part 2 of our exclusive feature takes a deeper look in to the workings of the Jim Henson's Creature Shop. With pictures from the London studios of Scorpius, snakes and more!

Charmed's Julian McMahonCharmed
• Phoebe’s half-demon lover, Cole – alias actor Julian McMahon – drops in for a chat about the fourth season of Charmed: plus we meet his nastier side, Belthazor

Monty PythonMonty Python’s Flying Circus
• Is it the most original and influential comedy series ever made? Could be. In the first of a two part feature we chronicle the birth and development of Monty Python

• A full episode guide to Season One of the LA based Buffy spin-off. Plus a chance to win the whole series on DVD and a signed picture of David Boreanaz

Fantasy Flashback
Blake's 7: Andrew Pixley teleports in to cover some classic BBC Space Opera from the 1979 episode Killer - complete with an illustrated synopsis plus cast and crew list

• PLUS! All these TV Reviews – over 40 new episodes!
  • Andromeda Season Two
  • Angel Season Three
  • Buffy Season Six
  • Charmed Season Four
  • Dark Angel Season Two
  • Earth: Final Conflict Season Five
  • Enterprise Season One
  • Mutant X Season One
  • Randall & Hopkirk (Deceased) Season Two
  • Roswell Season Three
  • Smallville Season One
  • The X-Files Season Nine
• All this new merchandise too...
  • Angel Season One DVD Box Set
  • Fawlty Towers DVD
  • Doctor Who Books, CD and Video
  • The Hitch Hikers Guide to the Galaxy DVD
  • League of Gentlemen Live at Drury Lane DVD
  • Missing Believed Wiped, TV history book
  • Star Trek novel

Apologies for the lack of reviews online this month. We are working to bring you more online content in 2002 across Thank you for your patience

  • News • Season Six of Buffy comes to Sky 1 with some big changes... Only Fools and Horses special in race to make Christmas... Angel star David Boreanaz weds... Anthony Stewart Head in Doctor Who Audios... Mary Whitehouse obituary... B5 Rangers movie trailed with selected Lord of the Rings screenings...
  • TV Focus For all UK viewers' genre show needs, a detailed guide to the month ahead (to 18 Jan)
  • In the Shops – our merchandise guide returns with schedules for upcoming releases through May 2002
  • Primetime • Andrew Davies' Othello, a contemporary reworking for ITV (UK tx: 23 Dec) starring Eamonn Walker and Christopher Eccleston
  • Memory Alpha • Your questions on The Mark of Zorro, The Young Riders and Monkey answered
  • Letters Page • Where your views count

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The Henson Company/Sci-Fi, Showtime / MGM, 20th Century Fox TV, Spelling Television / The WB, BBC Worldwide

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