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David Kemper interview, 321 music, repeat ratings and site news
by Dani Moure - Tuesday, April 23rd 2002

Category: Old News

SciFi have posted an interview with executive producer David Kemper, in which he talks about the challenges of writing and producing the show and, most insightfully, about what surprises him most about the series so far. It's a decent length but there's some really interesting comments in there, so head over to SciFi's Science Fiction Weekly website for the full interview.

Also at SciFi's Farscape site, you can download two clips of the fantastic music from "Into the Lion's Den, Part 2: Wolf in Sheep's Clothing". As you will know if you've read my review, I think the music in this episode was exemplary.

In another snippet of news, the repeat run of "Fractures" on SciFi back at the tail end of March drew a 0.9 rating; not bad considering the seven-month hiatus and that all the promotion focused on the final four starting April 5th. The rating for "I – Yensch, You – Yensch" will be most interesting.

In a final site-orientated note, apologies for the short downtime yesterday evening. I know I say it a lot but these things really are out of my control. On a more positive note, while we may only have a few updates for the next couple of days, since my exams are in their final stages, we'll be going full force this weekend, with possibly more fiction, hopefully a new regular feature, and yes, the promised return of the character profiles! Stay tuned.

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