|issue 39||ships from October 26th 2000||UK £4.99 / US $7.99||REVIEW|
Review of the Year
Its been a busy year since our last Yearbook and so heres our traditional in-depth, scrutiny-heavy review of the last years occurances in the TV Zone, including all the successes and the failures
With the genuine end of the Millennium happening, we take the theme of closure to look back at shows that didnt quite make it past the first tv hurdle, some that ended in style, and some that have been at deaths door for ages, but simply wont give up the ghost!
Secret Agent Man
Cancelled after a few episodes, we talk to star Dondre T Whitfield about playing the spy Davis
Another show that fell, but after just one season. Stars Julianne Nicholson and Melissa Crider raise the dead
The Outer Limits
With possibly the final episode of The Outer Limits airing, we talk to make-up artist Fay Von Schroeder. She looks back over six seasons of creating inhuman humans and monster effects.
With so many series being cancelled, how has The X-Files managed to keep going? We look at the shows probability for success now David Duchovny has virtually left
Peter Jurasik puts on the robes of Londo and regails us with stories of Babylon 5s final emotional days
38 Cult DVDs
Technology continues to move apace, and DVD is heralded as the latest, high-quality video medium, but does this mean that fans of Cult tv will see old shows again, or be even more subject to the whims of the video distributors? And will it mean continued success for Cult tv?
And now on to this years successes. The most prominent
Still not convinced by the new Sci-Fi hit? We ask our expert to justify the show. And we also get a word (or 20!) from Gigi Edgely who plays the monochromatic minx Chiana. She tells us about her role in the show as the fun loving criminal!
Veteran Sci-Fi scribes Matt Kiene and Joe Reinkemeyer have written for Space: Above and Beyond, Buffy and more recently for the new show Andromeda. They let us into the secret of their success
Tony Amondola has an easy task, play Bratac, a sprightly 136-year-old warrior who has an alien parasite in his stomach and is now fighting against his gods. We talk to him about his role of the heretic. Plus, Carmen Angenziano only has to play two characters, in one body! Hes the human father of Sam Carter, Jacob Carter, and the friendly Goauld parasite Selmak. Its all in a days work
Hes back, and this time its all about Time, as the souvenir hunting Blackadder travels through the ages, and changes a few things on the way. We look at this one-off comedy special.
Star Trek: Voyager
A comprehensive episode guide to Voyagers Season Six detailing the exciting adventures of Janeway and her crew!
That Old Magic
It seems that cult tv is becoming more popular, but could one of the reasons behind it be a kind of magic? Has Science lost out?
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