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The Digital Bits mention the mini-series
by Dani Moure - Tuesday, September 28th 2004

Category: The Peacekeeper Wars

The Digital Bits posted a brief mention and mini-review of upcoming mini-series Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars today. The mention reads:

Finally this morning, I wanted to mention this because I know a lot of you are really looking forward to it. I had the chance to see the forthcoming Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars this past weekend. The 2-part mini-series debuts on the Sci-Fi Channel on Sunday, October 17th (click here to view the trailer and more). Trust me when I say that if you're a fan of Farscape, you're going to absolutely love it. The mini-series wraps up most of the loose ends from the series, including the finale's brutal cliff-hanger ending, and gives each major character, relationship and story arc (and even many minor ones) a satisfying resolution. It also marks a potential new beginning for the character of John Crichton (if the mini-series does well, the folks at Henson say there's the potential for more adventures to follow). The scale is bigger and grander than ever before, and the effects work is spectacular. Most importantly, the characters are all back just as you know and love them. Each is given due attention and an important part to play in the story. I'll tell you, I thoroughly enjoyed all 200+ minutes of Peacekeeper Wars and I can't wait for the eventual DVD release.


It's fantastic that Bill Hunt mentioned it on his site.

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