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Cult Times #111, December 2004 Cult Times #111, December 2004
(Reference #C111)

Features:
Stargate SG-1 Colonel Sam Carter is getting married! We got hold of the delightful Amanda Tapping, who plays Sam, to get her thoughts
Malcolm in the Middle Actor Bryan Cranston discusses the hugely successful family comedy which has been compared with The Simpsons
The Dead Zone Star and producer Anthony Michael Hall looks back at what the show has accomplished so far, and looks forward to the future
Justice League Unlimited Overseer Bruce Timm introduces the next phase in the evolution of the Justice League cartoon
Arrested Development As BBC2 screens the quirky comedy, we speak to star Jason Bateman about playing Michael Bluth

Regulars:
Times Past The future of British Cult TV. Can Spooks and Hex revive genre fortunes, or is the only hope to fund US-made shows like the revamped Battlestar Galactica?
Out of the Box Everything you need to know about the Christmas and New Year period on TV
You Should Be Watching… Teachers Arson, mortar firing, students dating staff: it's all just an average day for the staff of Wattkins Comprehensive School
File Under Blackadder's Christmas Carol We visit kindly soul Ebenezer Blackadder…
The Guest List David Nykl and his recurring role in Stargate Atlantis, and Ellen Dubin expresses her joy at being able to fondle the chest of Forbes March in Mutant X

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Cult Times #110, November 2004 Cult Times #110, November 2004
(Reference #C110)

Features:
Charmed Executive producer Brad Kern previews some of the twists and turns of Season Seven
Hex Star Christina Cole introduces the tale of Cassie
Battlestar Galactica James Callis talks about taking on the role of arch-traitor Dr Gaius Baltar
Navy NCIS Producer/creator extraordinaire Donald P Bellisario explains where his brand new show differs from the successful JAG
Line of Fire Leslie Hope returns to our screens to lead an FBI unit against the Mob

Regulars:
Times Past Our regular reviewer listens to the new Hitch Hikers Guide to the Galaxy radio series and watches the first Stargate SG-1 spin-off, Atlantis
Out of the Box All of November's Cult TV shows handily presented on a lot of very packed pages, including reviews and highlights
You Should Be Watching… Deadwood If you're a fan of violence and swearing, you'll doubtless love this new drama set in an Old West town where Law is only a word
File Under Goodnight Sweetheart The two-parter We Don't Want to Lose You…/…But We Think You Have to Go
The Guest List Bill Dow slips on his stethoscope to talk about his recurring role as Dr Lee in Stargate SG-1, while in another galaxy Craig Veroni helps the Stargate Atlantis team to find their way back home

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Cult Times #109, October 2004 Cult Times #109, October 2004
(Reference #C109)

Features:
Six Feet Under Star Peter Krause (Nate Fisher) about the troubles to afflict his family this year
Star Trek: Enterprise Dominic Keating, aka security chief Malcolm Reed, looks back over the last year and forwards to the exciting changes planned for Season Four
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Actor George Eads is back on set as Nick Stokes
Smallville With Season Three finally showing on terrestrial TV, we got an overview from Lex Luthor himself, Michael Rosenbaum

Regulars:
Times Past Tru Calling, The Grid and The Sopranos
Out of the Box Reviews, highlights and the complete listings for everything Cult in October
You Should Be Watching… Green Wing We draw your attention to the offbeat new Channel 4 comedy, which follows the strange lives of the staff at a very unusual hospital
File Under Firefly As the Serenity movie proceeds apace, we look back at classic episode Ariel, in which Simon attempts to find out what the Alliance has done to his sister, River
The Guest List Aaron Douglas remembers his time on the Dead Zone set for the third season's Total Awareness, and Patrick Currie shares his delight at being invited to repeatedly guest in Stargate SG-1 as Human Replicator Fifth

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Cult Times #108, September 2004 Cult Times #108, September 2004
(Reference #C108)

Features:
Smallville Consulting producer Jeph Loeb on what changes are in store for Season Four.
Batman Animated The voice of Batman in the series and Justice League Unlimited, Kevin Conroy reveals how much he loves his job
Spooks Creator/writer David Wolstencroft provides some hints about what viewers can expect in the third series
The Dead Zone Producer Robert Petrovicz talks about the brand new third season .
The Hitch Hikers Guide to the Galaxy Producer and scripter Dirk Maggs talks us through the process of converting Life, the Universe and Everything into a radio series

Regulars:
Times Past The West Wing and 24 come under the scrutiny of our regular reviewer
Out of the Box The complete rundown of everything worth watching in September, along with highlights and merchandise information
You Should Be Watching… CSI: Miami Meet the team which seeks out the villains of Miami and brings them to justice with a tan, a flick of the hair and a pair of stylish sunglasses
File Under The Dead Zone A look back at classic episode Precipitate
The Guest List Sonja Bennett talks about being part of Senator Greg Stillson's campaign in The Dead Zone, and Danny Strong remembers being a Superstar in Buffy The Vampire Slayer

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Cult Times #107, August 2004 Cult Times #107, August 2004
(Reference #C107)

Features:
Farscape Ben Browder tells us as much as he can about the upcoming mini-series Peacekeeper War
Alias Writer/executive producer Jesse Alexander looks back over recent events in Sydney Bristow's life, and we learn some of what's in store for Season Four.
Tru Calling Shawn Reaves indulges in an examination of his character Harrison Davies, bad boy brother of Time-repeating Tru
Coupling We ask the man responsible, writer/creator Steven Moffat, how he does it, and get his thoughts on writing for the new series of Doctor Who.
Las Vegas We ask Manchester's own Marsha Thomason, who plays pit boss Nessa Holt in the sexy, stylish drama, whether she can beat her fellow cast members at blackjack.

Regulars:
Times Past Our regular reviewer checks out the latest incarnation of The Twilight Zone and wonders if it's doing as good a job as the original.
Out of the Box Our complete listings for August, featuring highlights, merchandise and reviews.
You Should Be Watching… The Lyon's Den The show that Rob Lowe left The West Wing for; but was it worth him upping sticks or is it just yet another derivative legal drama?
File Under Spooks A look back at the second episode of the first season and we ask if it would have been as massive a success without the shock death of one of the 'regular' characters…
Instant Guide to… Tru Calling All the facts and figures for the show in which Eliza Dushku plays Tru Davies, a morgue worker who gets the chance to saves lives when her day rewinds.
The Guest List Fulvio Cecere looks back on his role in the short-lived Tarzan, and Ivan Cermak explains how best to play a psycho after his experiences on Tru Calling.

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Cult Times #106, July 2004 Cult Times #106, July 2004
(Reference #C106)

Features:
Stargate SG-1 Producer Robert C Cooper and Andy Mikita let us in on some of the big changes
24 We talk to series newcomer James Badge Dale, who plays Chase Edmunds
She Spies We meet the pretenders to the throne of Charlie's Angels, ex-cons the She Spies, via the man who sends them on missions for the US government, Jack, played by genre veteran Carlos Jacott.
Alias We rate the best guests, from Ricky Gervais and Faye Dunaway to Quentin Tarantino.

Regulars:
Times Past What's the best way to end a show? This month our regular reviewer compares the series finales of Friends and Angel, and wonders what's going to happen next after Smallville's rather apocalyptic finish.
Out of the Box Programmes new and old compete for your daily attention in our complete listings for July.
You Should Be Watching… Las Vegas James Caan leads the cast of the sparkly, stylish, glamorous show set in a casino on the Vegas Strip.
File Under Miracles It may have lasted a mere 12 episodes, but there's no denying the quality of work done on this show. We take a look at The Friendly Skies, a touching episode in which a plane vanishes for 65 seconds and returns with much-changed passengers and crew…
The Guest List Tom McCamus looks back over his three year on-off stint on Mutant X, playing sinister villain Mason Eckhart.

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Cult Times #105, June 2004 Cult Times #105, June 2004
(Reference #C105)

Bumper Issue

Features:
Angel We sat down David Boreanaz and James Marsters, aka Angel and Spike, to find out their thoughts on the end of the series and what they hoped to do next.
Plus
The sinister Eve, in the form of Sarah Thompson, explains why she's hoping to get some payback on both vampires before the season's out…
Joan of Arcadia Jason Ritter discusses his work as Kevin Girardi and the troubles of getting used to a wheelchair.
The Shield Benito Martinez looks back over a traumatic year for police captain Aceveda.
Alias We rate the best guests, from Ricky Gervais and Faye Dunaway to Quentin Tarantino.
Stephen King's Kingdom Hospital Diane Ladd reveals what it was that the spooky, quirky show that tempted her back to the TV screen.

Regulars:
Times Past Our regular reviewer takes a look at Star Trek: Enterprise and asks if there's hope for its future.
Out of the Box The complete listings for the Cult shows on in June, plus reviews, merchandise and highlights.
You Should Be Watching… Without a Trace We look back at the final episode of James Cameron's superb Sci-Fi series.
File Under Freakylinks The FBI's Missing Persons Bureau tracks down the lost, in this uncompromising drama series.
Instant Guide to… Tracker Adrian Paul's been wandering about wearing very little as tracker Cole, an alien trying to bring in 218 escapees.
The Guest List Freakylinks Sean McGowan discusses his latest trip on board Enterprise to meet The Council, and genre veteran Peter Stebbings chats about healing members of Mutant X in The Hand of God.

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Cult Times #104, May 2004 Cult Times #104, May 2004
(Reference #C104)

Features:
Smallville We took a trip to the set and met star Tom Welling, who looked at the latest developments in the life of the young Clark Kent
Angel We spoke to cast members Amy Acker, J August Richards and Andy Hallett about the series' cancellation, and quizzed Connor actor Vincent Kartheiser about his return
Scrubs John C McGinley explains why he loves his character Dr Perry Cox so much, and what he gets up to when he's not on his rounds.

Regulars:
Times Past What is it that puts a series lead ahead of the rest? Our regular reviewer examines the merits of Tru Calling's Eliza Dushku and Smallville's Tom Welling and works out who has the most star quality.
Out of the Box A packed listing with full details of programmes you can see on TV during the month of May, also with highlights and reviews
You Should Be Watching… No Angels Meet the nurses of an NHS hospital who are more interested in having a good time than keeping on the right side of the doctors in Channel 4's hit comedy-drama.
File Under Freakylinks We reassess the short-lived supernatural Horror-Drama starring Ethan Embry as a man who takes on his dead brother's website of the weird, only to find himself at ground zero for strange happenings.

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Cult Times #103, April 2004 Cult Times #103, April 2004
(Reference #C103)

Features:
24 We examine the series' greatness and pitfalls, and make some suggestions about how it could change for the better.
Charmed Writer Krista Vernoff explains the problems caused by little baby Wyatt, why she likes to write for all the Charmed Ones at once, and why she's leaving the show for Wonderfalls.
Tru Calling Executive producer and creator Jon Harmon Feldman talks us through the creation of the Groundhog Day-esque Eliza Dushku vehicle in which Tru Davies goes back in Time to stop deaths.
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Star Robert David Hall expresses his delight at being part of one of the biggest US crime shows, and that his character's disability isn't constantly a source of plotlines.

Regulars:
Times Past How Jake 2.0's Jake Foley, 24's Jack Bauer and the crew of Hustle deal with their difficult daily lives.
Out of the Box Every last scintilla of information about all the Cult TV viewing for April.
You Should Be Watching… Black Books Loopy book store owner Bernard Black opens his doors once again, as Dylan Moran, Bill Bailey and Tamsin Greig star in Channel 4's quirky comedy.
File Under The Lone Gunmen Their spin-off show may have been short-lived, but it had its share of high quality episodes. We take an in-depth look at Tango de Los Pistoleros.

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Cult Times #102, March 2004 Cult Times #102, March 2004
(Reference #C102)

Features:
Angel Star Alexis Denisof looks back over five years of playing Wesley Wyndam-Price.
Plus, we speak to returning villain Lindsey McDonald, in the guise of actor Christian Kane.
Andromeda Steve Bacic has been with the series since Day One. Sadly, his character got killed that very day. Now, four years later, he’s back as Telemachus Rhade, and he couldn’t be happier!
Tremors The man whose name is synonymous with Tremors, Michael Gross, discusses his time in the role he’s played for the four movies and the short-lived TV show.
Veritas Executive producers and Tomb Raider scribes John Zinman and Patrick Massett introduce their new series, featuring a relic-hunting team in search of the world’s biggest treasures.

Regulars:
Times Past Has Battlestar Galactica revived the concept of ‘event television’? Our regular reviewer puts it up against Angels in America and Sea of Souls to see how it fares.
Out of the Box Reviews, highlights, and listings of all the genre shows and movies coming your way in March.
You Should Be Watching… Directors Commentary Find out how ace TV director Peter De Lane put together some of his classic shows as we talk a look at Rob Brydon’s newest comedy show.
The Guest List Missy Peregrym takes on Chloe Sullivan in Smallville’s Delete, while Scott MacDonald makes evil plans for Starfleet’s finest in Star Trek: Enterprise .
File Under Highlander MacLeod wonders if he’s losing his mind when deceased lover Tessa Noel reappears. Unravel the mystery as we take a look back at classic Season Two episode Counterfeit.

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Cult Times #101, February 2004 Cult Times #101, February 2004
(Reference #C101)

Features:
Charmed We meet stunt co-ordinator Noon Orsatti, costume designer Eilish Zebrasky and special effects maestro Tim Jacobsen..
Stargate SG-1 The head of Stargate Command General Hammond, aka Don S Davis, looks back on his seven years of launching missions through the wormhole and explains why it may finally be time for him to call it a day.
Battlestar Galactica We quiz newcomer Katee Sackhoff about taking over the role of Starbuck in the mini-series update of the classic TV show
Nip/Tuck Former Charmed star Julian McMahon introduces his new show, which sees him playing an ethically unsound plastic surgeon with a love for the ladies and, he hopes, a bright future.
Jake 2.0 Jake Foley has been secretly in love with Sarah Heywood since college. But will she see him as anything other than a friend, now he's a secret agent? We ask the actress who plays Sarah, Marina Black.

Regulars:
Instant Guide Miracles Skeet Ulrich and Angus MacFadyen are two investigators into miracles, seeking proof of the existence of God in our mad, bad modern world.
Times Past Has Star Trek: Enterprise improved after its radical retooling? Our regular reviewer offers his thoughts on the matter.
Out of the Box Every Cult show and movie you could ever wish for in the month of February.
You Should Be Watching… Sex and the City It's not too late to hook up with Carrie, Samantha, Miranda and Charlotte as they experience the wonders the world has to offer.
The Guest List Miranda Frigon reveals what it's like working tech support for the NSA in Jake 2.0 while Tucker Smallwood runs through the complex process of bringing a Xindi to life in Star Trek: Enterprise.
File Under Back to the very first season, as we take an in-depth look at Mulder and Scully's second round match against malleable mutant Eugene Victor Tooms.

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Cult Times #100, January -100th ISSUE! 2004 Cult Times #100, January -100th ISSUE! 2004
(Reference #C100)

Bumper 100-Page Issue

Features:
Stargate SG-1 Star Richard Dean Anderson on the upcoming new episodes in Season 7.
Star Trek: Enterprise Linda Park, aka Ensign Hoshi Sato, looks at the role of a translator in the Delphic Expanse, and explains why she'd like to do more dancing on the show.
Smallville As the third season begins on E4, executive producer Alfred Gough lets us in on what to expect in the third season of adventures for the young Superman.
Andromeda After apparently perishing at the end of Season Five, Brian Krause explains why he is delighted to be back as Whitelighter Leo for Season 6.
Angel Writer/producer Tim Minear talks about the changes he introduced and get the inside scoop on his next project: the weird and wacky Wonderfalls. Plus, we talk to Mercedes McNab about joining the regular cast of Angel as Harmony.
Jake 2.0 Kyle Duarte is the man responsible for training Jake in the use of his newfound abilities in the fun new Sci-Fi show. Actor Philip Anthony-Rodriguez tells us how it's going so far.
Tremors Taking on Graboids, Shriekers and Assblasters was more than he was prepared for, but Tyler Reed fights with pride in the small town of Perfection, as actor Victor Browne can testify.
100 issues and eight years of Cult Times While we've been watching TV, what has the rest of the world been up to? We look back over the last eight years and see what's been going on and how it related to the Cult TV of the time.
What is Cult? Answering the much-asked question of the genre fan, the editorial team tries to get to the bottom of what it means to be a Cult TV show, and discovers that the boundaries have been changing…

Regulars:
Instant Guide Tremors Can't tell your Assblaster from your elbow? Then take a tour round Perfection Valley as we introduce you to the weird inhabitants… and that's just the Humans.
Times Past The Dead Zone comes under scrutiny this issue, as we wonder what it has to offer and study the much talked-about The Hunt.
Out of the Box Complete listings for the month of January, with highlights and merchandise reviews.
You Should Be Watching… Nip/Tuck We draw your attention to the new show that's been favourably compared with Six Feet Under, which stars Julian McMahon and Dylan Walsh as a pair of plastic surgeons.
The Guest List Another of the DeLuise clan drops by the Stargate SG-1 set and gets to kiss Amanda Tapping, while John Billingsley takes time away from Enterprise to visit Angel.
File Under Buffy The Vampire Slayer With a song on our lips and music in our soul, we revisit the incredible musical episode Once More, with Feeling and look at the reasons why it impresses.

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