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13th October 2006 By Graham P. Smith
It's been over seven years since Millennium left our screens, almost seven years since the last fan-made script-based continuation wrapped online, and almost seven years since the landmark year 2000 passed us by. Later this month, it will be exactly ten years since the show first premièred on the FOX network to massive ratings. This January, Millennium will return in the form of an all-new scripted Virtual Fifth Season.
Season 5 will bring Frank Black and his daughter Jordan up to the present day with dramatic new episodes that cling faithfully to the series' time-honoured themes of suspense, mysticism, psychology, and the supernatural. Now working as a part-time lecturer at the FBI's Quantico Academy, Frank thinks he has finally left the dark intrigue and harrowing imagery of his former life behind. But when he is approached by a former student struggling to solve an horrific case, Frank is drawn back into a world of evil and doomsday-ideology. Though the Millennium has long since passed, it becomes apparent that the most gruesome acts of inhumanity are still on the rise, and that uncanny current events which presage the prophesied End Times are as prevalent as they have ever been.
The Virtual Fifth Season will premiere with its first episode, “The Begotten”, on FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 2007 on the virtual BVC network. A full order of 22 episodes will air weekly, every Friday, in an uninterrupted run through to June.
Millennium Virtual Season 5 is a product of Triple Five Productions, in association with This Is Who We Are, for Blackster Virtual Community. Anthony J. Black and James Jordan serve as Executive Producers. Millennium was originally created by Chris Carter for 20th Century Fox Television, each of whom own all their respective properties and copyrights and do not endorse the virtual season in any way.