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VI Direct Catalogue : TV Zone : TV Zone 2000

TV Zone #133, December 2000 TV Zone #133, December 2000
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Farscape – 8-page interview with star Ben Browder on the life and times of Crichton. The Invisible Man – see Vincent Ventresca discuss the Sci-Fi channel's new series. The Immortal – sidekicks Steven Braun (Goodwin) & April Telek (Dr Sara Beckman) spill the beans. Doctor Who – Companion Michael Craze talks about those Cybermen (previously unpublished). Outer Limits – Special Effects supervisor, Steve Anker's golden rules. Andromeda – Big and brooding space warrior Keith Hamilton Cobb talks. First Wave – Paul Joyal's designs for life and the series' sets. Fantasy Flashback – The Goodies battle Kitten Kong!
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TV Zone #132, November 2000 TV Zone #132, November 2000
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New Season Issue. First Wave – On-set in Vancouver with stars Sebastian Spence and Traci Lords, plus the producers during filming of Season 3. Queen of Swords – Action and adventure with Tessie Santiago's beautiful sword-wielder. Sheena – jungle superstar! Former Baywatch babe Gena Lee Nolin talks. Earth: Final Conflict – Newcomer J Street talks technical about changes for Season 4. Buffy – writer David Fury on his sit-com life and going fishing. The Immortal – two demon foes chat during a break from devilish deeds. Star Trek: Voyager – Robert Duncan McNeill on a potential final season homecoming, plus Harry Kim’s alter-ego Garrett Wang on Season 6.
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TV Zone #131, October 2000 TV Zone #131, October 2000
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Andromeda – As Kevin Sorbo returns in this new Roddenberry SF saga, we talk to executive producer Robert Hewitt Wolfe. Stargate SG-1 – Director David Warry-Smith recalls some of his best playtimes ever. First Wave – Sebastian Spence talks on a recent London visit (more next issue), and Costume designer Vicky Mullholland on extraterrestrial outfitting. Angel – co-creator David Greenwalt weighs up the vampire's dιbut season, and reveals what to expect next year. Buffy – we chat to Marti Noxon, the writer responsible for bringing pain (and pleasure) into the show. Relic Hunter – All-British hero Christien Anholt on his rapid education in the art of heroism! Bionic Woman – Lindsay Wagner breaks her silence on her bionic role. Plus: we peek at the new Y2K-compliant Fugitive in this issue’s Primetime!
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TV Zone #130, September 2000 TV Zone #130, September 2000
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Very Short Supply

Xena Warrior Princess – Season 5's major changes reviewed with RJ Stewart, Steve Sears, and more. BeastMaster – Sidekick Jackson Raine on falling down in public, and playing with big cats. Stargate SG-1 – Director Martin Wood on Carter and O’Neill’s relations and putting the 'Gate on ice! Buffy – delightful Alyson Hannigan on a blossoming Willow, and #1 in our chats with Buffy's writers – Doug Petrie on trials of Faith and fire. Voyager – Our Season 5 episode guide, plus a Season 6 check-up from Robert Picardo! Sara Pezzini in action with Witchblade in Primetime, and Fantasy Flashback to Trek’s classic Mudd’s Women.
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TV Zone #129, August 2000 TV Zone #129, August 2000
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Farscape – Claudia Black is back for Season 2, and she tells us all about the growing up Aeryn Sun has done. The Immortal – Exclusive! On location with Lorenzo Lamas, former Renegade turned 400-year old demon fighter. Stargate SG-1 – a DeLuise duo with director Peter and his screen veteran father Dom (Urgo), plus a glimpse of Season 4. LEXX – Xenia Seeberg on Season 3's hot and cold points. Beastmaster – evil King Zad, aka Steven Grives, talks. Plus suave '60s icon Stuart Damon on The Champions, and Fantasy Flashback to Doom Watch's Plastic Eaters.
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TV Zone #128, July 2000 TV Zone #128, July 2000
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Star Trek: Voyager – is it the end for Janeway and crew? Kate Mulgrew and Tim Russ interviewed. Beastmaster – magic and mayhem with evil sorcerss Monica Schnaree. Stargate SG-1 – producer Michael Greenburg takes us round his universe. Farscape – complete episode guide to Season One. From Xena to Jack of all Trades – Bruce Campbell on derring-do. Outer Limits – executive producer Sam Egan on 100 episodes of the anthology. Plus Fantasy Flashback on Bewitched, and Primetime on The '70s!
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TV Zone #127, June 2000 TV Zone #127, June 2000
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Doctor Who – meet the monster-makers from the Tom Baker era; 8 pages with unseen photos, including the story of K-9's creation. Beastmaster – king of the jungle Daniel Goddard talks. Roswell High – William Sadler on his arresting role as Sheriff Valenti, and previous cult parts. Earth: Final Conflict – Robert Leeshock reviews Season Three's new directions. Plus Tom deVille on Urban Gothic, animation maestro Jeff Kline on Roughnecks, John Billingsley on The Others, Fantasy Flashback to The Flipside of Dominick Hide, 11 pages of reviews – and four more free postcards!
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TV Zone #126, May 2000 TV Zone #126, May 2000
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Short Supply

Charmed – series overview introduces Prue, Piper and Phoebe, the wiccan Halliwell sisters, plus creator Connie Burge's own insights into how they got their powers. Voyager – moving onto Season 6, we meet new refugee crew-members Rick Worthy and Titus Welliver. Stargate SG-1 – a complete Season 3 episode guide (7 pages). Cleopatra 2525 – See how the action show is shaping up as we follow dancer Cleo into the future. Plus Doctor Who effects, Part 2 (Third Doctor era); Michael Easton on Total Recall 2070; George Clooney on Fail-Safe in Primetime; 11 pages of reviews.
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TV Zone #125, April 2000 TV Zone #125, April 2000
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Randall & Hopkirk Deceased – Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer on reviving a classic detective series. Star Trek – director Cliff Bole on the various incarnations, with classic Borg episodes. The 10th Kingdom – Simon Moore on creating fairy tales with a modern twist. Doctor Who – Back to the '60s with our new series on the show's effects. Roswell High – Jason Katims on creating the show. Babylon 5 – Jeff Conaway, alias Zack Allen, talks. Plus The Strangerers effects, new Arabian Knights, Mary and Rhoda, Fantasy Flashback to Blake's 7 Gambit, latest reviews… .
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TV Zone #124, March 2000 TV Zone #124, March 2000
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LEXX – As Xev, Stan and Kai return, creator/producer Paul Donovan talks LEXX-clusively on Season 3. The Strangerers – Rob Grant (Red Dwarf) on his just-landed comedy aliens. The Others – Gabriel Macht on playing the troubled medic in NBC's supernatural thriller. Angel – Glenn Quinn on playing the visionary half-demon Doyle. Gormenghast brought to life with designer Christopher Hobbs. Plus Andrew Jackson on playing Glen A Larson's Millennium Man, James Garner on a divine role in God, The Devil & Bob, Fantasy Flashback to Mission: Impossible's Encore, and Primetime meets The League of Gentlemen's Mark Gatiss.
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TV Zone #123, February 2000 TV Zone #123, February 2000
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SORRY SOLD OUT
Stargate SG-1 – 10 pages on the series' birth with Executive Producers Jonathan Glassner and Brad Wright. Gormenghast – Christopher Lee and more on the BBC's fantastical production. Life Force – Producer Peter Tabern takes us to a rather watery future. Farscape – Bringing alien creatures to TV with the Henson Creature Shop. Voyager – Robert Duncan McNeill reveals the recent exploits of Tom Paris. Plus Babylon 5 art, Fantasy Flashback to the man From UNCLE, and all the latest reviews.
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TV Zone #122, January 2000 TV Zone #122, January 2000
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TV Zone welcomes in 2000 with an interview with Star Trek: Voyager’s Roxann Dawson, regarding Klingon B’Elanna Torres and her appearance in Seven Days – whose co-star Don Franklin also talks to us. Doomwatch: as the Seventies series is revived for Channel 5, we meet up with star Allie Byrne. First Wave: Rob LaBelle – alias Crazy Eddie – on stopping alien invasions and drinking too much coffee. The Magician’s House: cast and crew discuss the BBC’s latest teatime creation, including chats with Ian Richardson and Neil Pearson. Voyager cutie Scarlett Pomers talks about life as Ensign Naomi Wildman and being the only child on the ship, all before bedtime. PLUS: Roughnecks: Starship Troopers Chronicles is investigated as the computer-animated show goes into production, and The Outer Limits features in our Fantasy Flashback.
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