News Bullets

By Amy
November 16, 2000 - 6:36 AM

  • TV Guide has launched a new series of info guides for all network shows currently on air, including of course a guide page for 'Star Trek: Voyager'.

  • Conrona's Coming Attractions site is reporting that classic 70s TV series 'In Search Of', hosted by Leonard Nimoy (Spock) is to return to the small screen, remade by the creators of the Blair Witch Project. You can read the original report by clicking here.

  • RanDoM Flight, the Robert Duncan McNeill (Tom Paris) fan club, has posted a transcript of the actor's recent appearance on E! Celebrity Homes.

  • The Official Jeri Lynn Ryan (Seven of Nine) site has posted a new photo of the actress's appearance in 'Dracula 2000'. The image originally appeared in the November 17 issue of 'Entertainment Weekly' and can be seen here.

  • Online store Black Star has posted the covers for the next two Voyager videos to be released in the UK, 6.12 ('Fury'/'Life Lines') and 6.13 ('The Haunting of Deck Twelve'/'Unimatrix Zero Part 1'). They will be released on the 27 of December.

  • Matthew F. Saunders of Fandom has posted the second half of his interview with Kevin J. Anderson, author of 'Star Trek: The Next Generation – The Gorn Crisis'. The interview, which can be found here, sees Anderson talk more about the Gorn and what he thought about working on his first Trek novel.

  • UPN 9 is running a poll on which character you would most like to see in the next series, with the results to be broadcast at 10pm next Wednesday.

  • TrekWeb has posted a transcript of Starlog Magazine's recent re-reprint of a rare chat with the late Jeffrey Hunter, who played Christopher Pike, Captain of the Enterprise, in the original Star Trek pilot episode, 'The Cage'. In the interview, the actor talks about both the pilot and Star Trek in general.

  • The official site has posted a typically glowing review of 'Star Trek: The Next Generation – The Gorn Crisis' by Kevin J. Anderson, calling it 'Woldstorm's Lush Epic'.

  • The Great Link has updated their UK tv episodes section to include listings for various cult sci-fi shows, including Gene Roddenberry's 'Andromeda'.

  • Psi Phi's books section has been updated with the 2001 schedule with the remaining titles in the Gateways mini-series.

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