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2002-01-13 16:48:21+10:00 - Is it true.... - (Vanessa Gray <vanessa_gray@optusnet.com.au>)


I heard in Australia that Outer Limits was canned. But recently I read in news on Stargate pages that Michael Shanks acted in two episodes of OUter limits (a older one and a recent new one) and that Robert Duncan McNeill from Voyager had acted in a new episode. So which is the true that it's still going or not? If it's going is there anyway that I could get episodes? Nessa

2002-01-17 01:42:23+00:00 - Re: Is it true.... - (apbluthman@aol.com)


>Subject: Is it true.... >From: "Vanessa Gray" vanessa_gray@optusnet.com.au >Date: 1/13/02 1:48 AM Eastern Standard Time >Message-id: <3c45112c$0$24143$afc38c87@news.optusnet.com.au> > >I heard in Australia that Outer Limits was canned. But recently I read in >news on Stargate pages that Michael Shanks acted in two episodes of OUter >limits (a older one and a recent new one) and that Robert Duncan McNeill >from Voyager had acted in a new episode. So which is the true that it's >still going or not? If it's going is there anyway that I could get >episodes? > >Nessa In the US, the SciFi channel is running off the last three eps of Season 7 -(numbers 19-21, I think), the next to last of which starred McNeill. Earlier seasons are playing in reruns both on the SciFi Channel and in broadcast syndication. No word about Season 8. As IMHO, the series has gone downhill over the past two or three years, this may be just as well. Alvin P. Bluthman apbluthman@aol.com.

2002-01-17 18:40:55+00:00 - Re: Is it true.... - (Quasimoto <qai@nortel-net-nospam.com>)


On 17 Jan 2002 01:42:23 GMT, APBluthman wrote: >>Subject: Is it true.... >>From: "Vanessa Gray" vanessa_gray@optusnet.com.au >>Date: 1/13/02 1:48 AM Eastern Standard Time >>Message-id: <3c45112c$0$24143$afc38c87@news.optusnet.com.au> >> >>I heard in Australia that Outer Limits was canned. But recently I read in >>news on Stargate pages that Michael Shanks acted in two episodes of OUter >>limits (a older one and a recent new one) and that Robert Duncan McNeill >>from Voyager had acted in a new episode. So which is the true that it's >>still going or not? If it's going is there anyway that I could get >>episodes? >> >>Nessa > >In the US, the SciFi channel is running off the last three eps of Season 7 >-(numbers 19-21, I think), the next to last of which starred McNeill. > >Earlier seasons are playing in reruns both on the SciFi Channel and in >broadcast syndication. > >No word about Season 8. As IMHO, the series has gone downhill over the past two >or three years, this may be just as well. > >Alvin P. Bluthman >apbluthman@aol.com. Wow, I'm not sure what you guys are looking for anymore, but, personally, I've seen more entertaining episodes of S7 so far, than I have, that I was not too overly thrilled with. This season, so far, has even had more "feel-good" episodes than last season had! A couple of ep's have seemed to contained some recycled material, but, told differently, but, thats bound to happen in any series - concidering this one has a lower budget than most OTHER series, I'd say it hasnt done too awefully bad really at all, other series that have recycled stories did not do too well at ALL! Hell, we still seem to have Egan, Katz, Crocker & Densham to name a few on staff, and have created a few goodies (IMO), Crocker's "FAMILY VALUES" did have a very valid point, on society (ok, yea, OL almost always throughs in a valid point on society, but I think this one was interesting!), Katz's "THE SURROGATE" was rather unexpected, and a chilling ending! And, although it seemed to have some recycled ideas (even some dialog I'd swear), Mark Stern's "A NEW LIFE" wasnt completely unwatchable! We had the J P Kelly & Stern collaboration w/ "THINK LIKE A DINOSAUR" (another rather unexpected ending), personally, I thought Densham's "ALIEN SHOP" was very nice, and although it wasnt the absolute best of the "feel-good" episodes, I thought "WORLDS WITHIN" was enjoyable, Brennert's "IN THE BLOOD" was kind of weird, but, sentimental too. And ...although I've viewed these from a syndicate affiliate network, reading the description for the rest of the episodes (to come for me :), sound like something to really look forward to too. So, concidering this, I dont think an 8th season would be too bad of an idea at all, really! My opinion, anyway.

2002-01-18 21:39:13-05:00 - Re: Is it true.... - (Bruce <brucefon@knology.net>)


This is the lineup for last year and this year TBA doesn't say much though... AIR DATES EPISODE TITLE March 16 Family Values March 23 Patient Zero March 30 A New Life April 06 The Surrogate April 13 The Vessel April 20 Mona Lisa April 27 Replica June 22 Alienshop June 15 In The Blood June 29 Think Like a Dinosaur July 06 Dark Child July 13 Flower Child July 20 Worlds Within July 27 Free Spirit August 03 Mind Reacher August 10 Time To Time August 17 TBA August 24 TBA January 11 TBA January 18 TBA January 25 TBA February 01 TBA APBluthman wrote: > >Subject: Is it true.... > >From: "Vanessa Gray" vanessa_gray@optusnet.com.au > >Date: 1/13/02 1:48 AM Eastern Standard Time > >Message-id: <3c45112c$0$24143$afc38c87@news.optusnet.com.au> > > > >I heard in Australia that Outer Limits was canned. But recently I read in > >news on Stargate pages that Michael Shanks acted in two episodes of OUter > >limits (a older one and a recent new one) and that Robert Duncan McNeill > >from Voyager had acted in a new episode. So which is the true that it's > >still going or not? If it's going is there anyway that I could get > >episodes? > > > >Nessa > > In the US, the SciFi channel is running off the last three eps of Season 7 > -(numbers 19-21, I think), the next to last of which starred McNeill. > > Earlier seasons are playing in reruns both on the SciFi Channel and in > broadcast syndication. > > No word about Season 8. As IMHO, the series has gone downhill over the past two > or three years, this may be just as well. > > Alvin P. Bluthman > apbluthman@aol.com.