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The X-Files
The alien conspiracy genius and X-Files creator, Chris Carter talks about the all the changes on and off the set and whether the show can still go on without the popular Fox Mulder

• Without a Brit on the ship it just wouldn't be a Star Trek series. Dominic Keating keeps a stiff upper lip while exploring Enterprise's new frontier as weapons expert Malcolm Reed

Mutant X's John SheaMutant X
• You might remember him as the evil Lex Luthor in Lois & Clark, but now John Shea is fighting a new and more noble fight as he takes care of fledgling mutants in Mutant X

Xena: Warrior PrincessXena: Warrior Princess
• TV Zone launches a detailed and comprehensive episode guide that will take you through all six seasons of the high kicking Xena series. This month, Seasons One & Two

Monty Python's Flying Circus
• In Part Two of our comprehensive and frank look at one of the most popular and influential comedy shows ever made, Andrew Pixley reveals how money and fame took its toll on the group

Dr Terrible's House of Horrible
Steve Coogan's comedy take on the classic Hammer Horror films had mixed reviews. Parodying films and TV shows alike, was it hideously funny or was it truly diabolical?

From a successful set of books to an equally successful TV series, Laura J Burns and Melinda Metz examine how the characters have changed and the town has grown in Roswell High

Fantasy Flashback
This month, one of the most notorious episodes of the BBC’s classic cult thriller Doomwatch, Tomorrow the Rat. Filmed in February 1969 it was inspired by the moral dilemma of using poisons on living creatures

Deep Thought
In a new feature, we look at Cult Television's ultimate questions. This month: Why do enjoy watching our favourite heroes suffer?

• PLUS! All these TV Reviews – 20 new episodes!
  • Angel Season Three
  • Buffy Season Six
  • Dark Angel Season Two
  • Earth: Final Conflict Season Five
  • Enterprise Season One
  • Jonathan Creek Christmas Special
  • The Lost World: The BBC adaptation
  • Only Fools and Horses Chrstmas Special
  • Roswell Season Three
  • Smallville Season One
  • Stargate SG-1 Season Five
  • The X-Files Season Nine
• All this new merchandise too...
  • Blackadder DVD Box Set
  • Doctor Who Novels: Drift and Hope
  • Doctor Who DVD: The Tomb of the Cybermen
  • Doctor Who CD: The One Doctor
  • LEXX DVD: Volume 2.01
  • Space 1999 DVD: Season Two
  • Stargate SG-1 Soundtrack CD
  • Star Trek Graphic novel: Forgiveness

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

  • NewsBuffy creator, Whedon to make new TV show set in the future... Secrets from new episodes of Season Six of Buffy... Rev Bem to leave Andromeda... X-Files Producer Frank Spotnitz on Season Nine... The Winter season's new shows... Poor ratings for Randall & Hopkirk could spell its end... Anthony Stewart Head in even more Who... Yes, Minister star Nigel Hawthorne dies aged 72... Old Trek favourites to appear in Trek X?
  • Primetime • Ben Affleck and Matt Damon on producing their HBO series Project Greenlight, a 13-episode documentary looking at the pressures on a first-time director
  • TV Focus For all UK viewers' genre show needs, a detailed guide to the month ahead (to 15 Feb)
  • In the Shops – our merchandise guide to February and March releases
  • Memory Alpha • Your questions on Andromeda and Upstairs, Downstairs answered
  • Letters Page • Where your views count!

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