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August 3rd, 2006, 08:23 AM
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dreamwatch #144 is on sale now and is packed with all the latest news, interviews and reviews.


This month, we speak to Billie Piper about her dramatic exit from Doctor Who, Evangeline Lilly discusses life on Lost’s mysterious island, we catch up with the cast and crew on the set of Stargate SG-1 and we preview new show's such as Heroes and Eureka, that are set to captivate audiences this upcoming season.

All this, and much, much more, only in dreamwatch #144.

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Stargate SG-1 / On Set
Stargate SG-1 has just begun an incredible 10th season in the US and dreamwatch was on set to talk to Michael Shanks, Amanda Tapping, Chris Judge and Ben Browder about the record-breaking mission, the forthcoming 200th episode and the future for the franchise.


Doctor Who guest star Freema Agyeman has been announced as new companion Martha Jones, replacing Billie Piper’s Rose Tyler in the hit show’s third series. Executive producer Russell T Davies reveals: “The search for a new companion had been underway for some time. I first saw Freema for the part of Adeola in series two. Watching her during filming confirmed what an exciting new talent she was, so under cover of darkness we called her back in to audition with David for the role of the new companion.”

Futurama will return with 13 brand new episodes specially created to air in 2008. Castmembers Billy West, Katey Sagal and John DiMaggio will reprise their roles as Fry, Leela and Bender for the new episodes.

Doctor Who / Billie Piper

Time’s up for Billie Piper on Doctor Who, as she bowed out in style for the series two finale - the Doctor will have to cope without Rose Tyler for season three. dreamwatch caught up with Billie Piper to talk about the end of the road for the time-travelling Rose and what life after the TARDIS holds for the young actress.

Lost / Evangeline Lilly

The breakout female star of Lost, the biggest genre show on television, explains to dreamwatch why she had to battle her own personal demons, struggle to gain confidence in her own abilities and why she remains steadfastly silent on her private life.

Super Ex-Girlfriend

The Fantastic Four sequel screenwriter reveals the origins of Ivan Reitman’s Uma Thurman-starring superhero comedy.

The Dead Zone / Anthony Michael Hall

The Dead Zone is back for a fifth season of clairvoyant drama and star Anthony Michael Hall tells dreamwatch why he’s relishing the prospect.

New Season TV Previews

dreamwatch guides you through all the new fantastic television shows debuting this season, including special extended guides to Eureka, Blade and Heroes.

Icon / Douglas Trumbull

The man behind the images in 2001, Silent Running, Close Encounters, Star Trek: The Motion Picture, and Blade Runner talks to dreamwatch.

All this and more in dreamwatch Magazine #144 -- On Sale Now!