'Andromeda' News Items

By Christian
September 27, 2000 - 8:43 PM

Below is the weekly summary of news on 'Gene Roddenberry's Andromeda', the upcoming science fiction series co-created by former DS9 staff writer Robert Hewitt Wolfe and starring Hercules' Kevin Sorbo as Dylan Hunt. The below news items are courtesy of SlipstreamWeb, our sister site dedicated to Andromeda:

  • Full American Airdate Listings
    Exact airtimes are now available for all American markets that will be airing the show. In most areas, the show will premiere during the weekend of the 7th and 8th of October, which is also when Canada will be getting it. In the United Kingdom, the show will premiere on Monday the 9th of October at 8:00pm.

  • First Laura Bertram Interview
    As part of their weekly series of 'Andromeda' dispatches, Space.com has an interview with Laura Bertram, who plays Trance Gemini on the show. Its her first interview on Andromeda, and in it she talks about her character, how she's experienced filming for the show, and what dangerous hobbies she's had to give up for it.

  • New Andromeda Photos
    Over a dozen new pictures of the cast from the Andromeda press kit have turned up online.

  • Final Four First Season Episodes Revealed
    The titles of the final four episodes of Andromeda's first season have been announced, together with writer info and title explanations of some of the episodes. Andromeda's second season has already been confirmed.

  • David Winning Interview
    A long interview has gone up with David Winning, director of several first-season episodes. Winning also directed 'The Pearls That Were His Eyes', the episode featuring a guest appearance by John De Lancie (Q).

  • More Media Attention
    Several new articles have gone up on the show, including a detailed interview with Robert Wolfe, an article on the show in the Canadian TV Guide, and a cover feature in the British TV Zone magazine.

More news on Andromeda can be found every day at SlipstreamNews.

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