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May 19th, 2006, 07:38 PM
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TV Zone #203, July 2006(Reference #T203)Scheduled publication date May 24 2006Exclusive and On-Set...Stargate SG1 and Atlantis We anticipate SG-1's Season 10 and Year Three of Atlantis, the casts and crews tempt us with a few hints of things to come…http://www.visimag.com/acatalog/t203.jpgExclusive InterviewsDoctor Who (2000s) Episode-By-Episode Director Euros Lyn provides our episode-by-episode coverage of seventh episode The Idiot's LanternPlus…!We meet Noel Clarke and Camille Coduri, otherwise known as Mickey Smith and Jackie Tyler, to discuss the aftermath of Cyberman tale The Age of SteelInterviewsDesperate Housewives Andrea Bowen, who plays Susan Meyer's teenage daughter Julie, lends us her thoughts on playing a teen who has to be matureLost Actor Adewale Akinnouye-Agbaje tells us how his career has taken him to Hollywood on to his role as killer-turned priest Mr Eko on the hit showit2i2 Red Dwarf's Robert Llewellyn tells us how he's bypassing the channel controllers with his docu-comedy DVDRegularsFlashback Robin Hood(s): The bandit of Sherwood Forest is returning to the screen. We take a look at his screen history, all the way back to Patrick Troughton's Robin in 1953…Episode Guide Our complete and comprehensive guide to Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman Season FourDeep Thought What are the answers to Cult Television’s Ultimate Questions? We reflect on screen adaptations of children's books, and wonder which ones are ripe for dramatization...Primetime Movie star Rebecca Romjin comes to the small screen, as the ditzy heroine of newsroom comedy Pepper DennisRetro Our continuing history of Cult television takes a look at the spin-offs and rip-offs from The Man from U.N.C.L.E. – both the flops and the hits that out lasted the original showWith regular and bang up-to-date TV reviews (over 20 episodes, including 24, Desperate Housewives, Doctor Who, Lost, Medium, Smallville, The West Wing), merchandise reviews, newsand much more…<B>

May 20th, 2006, 11:52 AM
thanks for finding this. of course, my stores never stock it....

May 24th, 2006, 07:10 AM
Now that this magazine is/should be out, has someone had a look if it's worth buying? I order TV Zone from time to time, but I don't want to wait one month till it's delivered here if it just contains 5 pages of old SG-1 images.

May 25th, 2006, 12:15 PM
Visimag has an excerpt from this magazine available now online:


With new seasons of Stargate series SG-1 and Atlantis on the horizon,
we bring you the latest word from the cast and crew
It's Tuesday, 2nd May 2006, just another ordinary day at the Accent
Inns in Burnaby, British Columbia. Or is it? There are film
production trailers parked around the back of the motel, and a camera
crew is waiting outside the open door of a first floor room, where
one man is caught in a somewhat compromising situation. This can only
mean one thing; Stargate SG-1 is on location. Members of the show's
cast and crew have ventured across the street from Bridge Studios to
film scenes for an upcoming tenth season episode called Memento Mori.
Although he cannot reveal specifics, star Ben Browder offers up a
little tidbit about what's being shot this morning, and the situation
in which his character Colonel Mitchell finds himself.

"Mitchell is handcuffed to a bed with Vala standing over him. That's
pretty much all you need to know," chuckles the actor. "Watch for the


by Steven Eramo
Read the full feature in
TV Zone #203




June 18th, 2006, 12:01 PM