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2001-11-21 00:49:19+00:00 - 21's not the end, is it? - (Jim Larson <jlarson@mindsprign-nospam.com>)


Just kind of curious, if WWW.INNERMIND.COM/OUTERLIMITS is accurate, DARK CHILD is the last episode listed, for S7, but that only makes up for 21 episodes - not 22 (or 24?) Are there suppose to be 22 episodes, or possibly more (24 - simular to FOX's new series entitled "24")?

2001-11-30 11:24:50-08:00 - Re: 21's not the end, is it? - (Loren <innermi@innermind_NOSPAM.com>)


>Just kind of curious, if WWW.INNERMIND.COM/OUTERLIMITS is accurate, DARK >CHILD is the last episode listed, for S7, but that only makes up for 21 >episodes - not 22 (or 24?) > >Are there suppose to be 22 episodes, or possibly more (24 - simular to FOX's >new series entitled "24")? As mentioned in the FAQ the Sci-Fi Channel ordered 22 episodes. Since not much of any info is given out on future episodes the things in the guide were pieced together from a number of sources. Loren

2001-12-01 22:49:59+00:00 - Re: 21's not the end, is it? - (Jim Larson <jlarson@mindsprign-nospam.com>)


On Fri, 30 Nov 2001 11:24:50 -0800, Loren wrote: >>Just kind of curious, if WWW.INNERMIND.COM/OUTERLIMITS is accurate, DARK >>CHILD is the last episode listed, for S7, but that only makes up for 21 >>episodes - not 22 (or 24?) >> >>Are there suppose to be 22 episodes, or possibly more (24 - simular to FOX's >>new series entitled "24")? > >As mentioned in the FAQ the Sci-Fi Channel ordered 22 episodes. Since >not much of any info is given out on future episodes the things in the >guide were pieced together from a number of sources. > >Loren Ah, ok. I wonder, what is the norm as far as episodes per season anyway, I remember hearing an interview with a actress from a different tv show, Gillian Anderson of The X-Files, commenting on the show saying SOMETHING like "<yada><yada><yada>...its hard work, since we do 24 feature-quality episodes in a season.", so I guess I kind of took for granted, that ALL series do a "regular" (I suppose) 24 episode season - which might not be too bad, especially for OL. So, I guess its up to the distribution network (which aires it) to decide how many its going to produce and ...if need be, fill in a few weeks w/ misc. junk to make up for the stall time ...or ...however it MIGHT go anyway.. BTW, where might one be able to find such information on OL, like story and episode information, stuff that doesnt seem to get posted to Sci-Fi's webpage as soon or prompt as some might like? :)