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Millennium To Get “Paranormal” Look - Studio Briefing/USA Today

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Episode Summary

Is it the beginning of the journey or the end when Frank allows his vengeance for the Polaroid stalker to push him over the edge in a relentless search for Catherine? The Millennium Group pulls Frank more deeply into its secretive ranks in an effort to bring closure to the abduction case with the knowledge that his work for them is not yet done.

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Written by Glen Morgan & James Wong
Directed by Thomas J. Wright
Edited by Chris Willingham, A.C.E.

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Millennium To Get “Paranormal” Look - Studio Briefing/USA Today

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Millennium To Get "Paranormal" Look

15 July 1997 (Studio Briefing)

Unable to achieve anything like the success of his The X-Files, with his two-year-old "Millennium", writer-producer Chris Carter, who created both shows, has turned Millennium, over to James Wong and Glen Morgan for retooling, USA Today reported today (Tuesday).

Fox Entertainment president Peter Roth told the newspaper, "Chris has in Morgan and Wong two guys whom he can trust to take the show to the next level." The series finished at No. 94 last season.

Morgan told the newspaper that he expected the series to enter "the metaphysical world ... of wonder, horror and the paranormal."