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  1. Millennium - This is who we are would like to extend its congratulations to respected writer and producer Chip Johannessen on his successful election to the The Writers Guild of America, West (WGAW) Board of Directors. Whilst serving in various roles including Co-Producer, Consulting Producer and Executive Producer throughout all of Millennium's 3 seasons, Chip was responsible for writing and co-writing 13 episodes of Millennium, highlights of which include introducing us to the shows first look at the uncertainty of the approaching millennium with Force Majeure, the outstanding second season episode Luminary and co-writing the finale episode Goodbye To All That with Ken Horton. The September 18, 2009 press release from the WGAW: Writers Guild of America, West Announces Final Results of 2009 Officers and Board of Directors Election LOS ANGELES -- The Writers Guild of America, West (WGAW) has announced the final results of its 2009 WGAW Officers and Board of Directors election. The following members were elected to serve as Officers: President – John Wells; Vice President – Tom Schulman; Secretary-Treasurer – David N. Weiss. "I'm remarkably humbled by the membership returning me to the Presidency of the Guild. I look forward to working with the Board again and to working with David Young and his talented staff to meet the many challenges that lie ahead,” said Wells. “My congratulations to John Wells for his success in a hard-fought campaign. And my congratulations to all members elected to the board. We writers can be somewhat argumentative and opinionated, as anyone who has ever sat around a writers’ table knows. This campaign certainly highlighted some our differences. Now, it's time to pull together and work for the benefit of us all,” said Elias Davis. The following nine members were elected to the WGAW’s Board of Directors: Patric M. Verrone, Howard A. Rodman (inc.), Dan Wilcox (inc.), Linda Burstyn, Billy Ray, Steven Schwartz, Chip Johannessen, Carleton Eastlake, Ian Deitchman. There was a tie for the eighth seat on the Board of Directors. Under the Guild’s constitution, both candidates will be seated. NUMERICAL RESULTS: President: John Wells (1,191, 52.8%); Vice President: Tom Schulman (1,204, 55.5%), Secretary-Treasurer: David N. Weiss (1,114, 53.3%). Board of Directors: Patric M. Verrone (1,364, 10.1%), Howard A. Rodman (1, 270, 9.4%), Dan Wilcox (1,132, 8.4%), Linda Burstyn (953, 7.1%), Billy Ray (915, 6.8%), Steven Schwartz (914, 6.8%), Chip Johannessen (865, 6.4%), Carleton Eastlake (818, 6.1%), Ian Deitchman (818, 6.1%). The Officers and Board members will serve for a term of two years, effective immediately. OTHER RESULTS: Candidates for Officers: President: Elias Davis (1,066, 47.2%); Vice President: Howard Michael Gould (967, 44.5%); Secretary-Treasurer: Christopher Keyser (976, 46.7%). Candidates for members of the Board of Directors: Mick Betancourt (766, 5.7%), Jeff Lowell (745, 5.5%), Jan Oxenberg (725, 5.4%), Luvh Rakhe (636, 4.7%), David Wyatt (511, 3.8%), Jennifer Heath (437, 3.2%), Eric Wallace (273, 2.0%), Jed Weintrob (239, 1.8%). A total of 2,348 valid ballots were cast, making this one of the largest election voter turnouts in WGAW history – illustrating ongoing Guild member engagement. The ballot count was supervised by Robbin Johnson of Pacific Election Services, Inc., an independent firm. The Writers Guild of America, West (WGAW) is a labor union representing writers of motion pictures, television, radio and Internet programming, including news and documentaries. Founded in 1933, the Guild negotiates and administers contracts that protect the creative and economic rights of its members. It is involved in a wide range of programs that advance the interests of writers, and is active in public policy and legislative matters on the local, national and international levels. For more information on the WGAW, please visit: www.wga.org. Below is a pre-election statement from Chip Johannessen, together with a list of his supporters including some very familiar names... July 20, 2009 Chip Johannessen "If the Writers Guild didn't exist we'd have to invent it." Sid Sheinberg said that at the height of the 1988 strike, when he was head of Universal. But that was before Universal was sold to a Japanese electronics manufacturer, who sold it to a Canadian distillery, who sold it to a French bottled water company, who sold it to General Electric, the fifth biggest corporation in the U.S. That was before the only "independents" in town were called SONY and Warners. You think if the Guild didn't exist that anyone at these mega-companies would consider inventing it? Our strike in 2007 was unwanted, and brutally painful, but it was necessary to guarantee that the WGA doesn't vanish as our work moves to the internet. The companies' strategy was to side step us entirely as distribution changes, but there we are. Now we need to stay strong for the negotiations ahead. OUR LEVERAGE - UNITY The more united we are, the more leverage we have. We're an odd union. Members don't make the same hourly wage. One member worries about free rewrites, another about bad cable residuals. And seniority is a mixed blessing. We came together for the strike, but there is much that divides us, and those divisions were apparent by the time the strike ended. Even more sobering, in the last year we've seen SAG's fractured negotiations play out as a cautionary tale about what disunity can wreak. Going into the next round of negotiations I believe we should focus on a short list of items that unite us. Not only because that's what concerns more of us, but because it makes us stronger. Issues not germane to the entire membership (I vaguely remember mandatory premiere invitations for screenwriters making the cut 5 years ago) weaken our hand at the bargaining table. Here's my list and I'm eager to hear yours. First: enforcement, making sure we are actually paid what is due. The companies were already ducking payments from the 2004 agreement, let alone what we won in 2008. In a future where everything is fragmented and streamed, we'll be empty handed unless we lock down enforcement now. Next: health and pension, which are suddenly in play given the national health care discussions going on in Washington. Finally: residuals, but how about focusing on a number that affects us all. Electronic sell through is essentially the much hated DVD formula. Let's make some progress on that. Coming off a successful strike, for the first time in decades we're serious, we have heat. We don't want to squander it by battling each other instead of the companies. THEIR LEVERAGE - CONSOLIDATION The bigger they get, the less leverage we have. It took thirty years of litigation for the media companies to turn the airwaves from a public trust into their own private property. The internet could go overnight. "Who owns the internet" is not just a political question. Mainly it's decided in the courts, and it affects us profoundly. I spent a lot of time in law school studying the sad history of media consolidation, and along the way met the public interest lawyers who attempt to rein in the companies. As a board member, I would reach out to these people as natural allies. I'm not saying we should bring lawsuits or hire lawyers. We shouldn't. But we can protect our interests by making sure that attorneys know how media consolidation threatens our creative and financial positions, by offering testimonial support and even, on occasion, an amicus brief. Our work is migrating to the internet, that's what our strike was about. We have a real stake in the litigation that is sure to come and I think our voice should be heard. EYES ON THE PRIZE We've been through a lot the last couple of years, and we want to make sure that it brings us more than a $2.00 internet residual check. I think I can help. Because I'm a lawyer, but more importantly because I'm a working writer. I've freelanced and staffed and had pilots made, gotten overalls and been given shows to run, been fired and force majeured. For nearly two decades I've had the privilege of sitting in second rate conference rooms with first rate people, talking and writing about all kinds of amazing things. The fact I was fairly compensated for this I owe to the Guild. It's impossible for me not to have the best interest of this organization at heart. I'll do my very best to build on what this Guild started back in 1933 and what the current leadership continued when they landed us safely on the internet. I'm asking for your vote. CHIP'S BIO Chip Johannessen is a television writer and showrunner whose credits include 90210, The X-Files, Millennium and 24. He graduated with honors from Harvard College where he wrote for The Harvard Lampoon and recently earned a J.D. from the UCLA School of Law. Right now, he's happily on 24. CHIP'S ENDORSEMENTS WE SUPPORT CHIP JOHANNESSEN: A WRITER WITH A LAW DEGREE We're television and feature writers who urge you to elect Chip to the WGA Board. He's been a force in one hour television for nearly twenty years, from story editor to show runner, so he understands what we face as working writers. He also brings with him an in-depth knowledge of many of the legal issues that affect our future as a union. He's smart, informed and he's passionate about building on the gains we worked so hard to win. Chip Johannessen will be an invaluable addition to the Board. Please give him your vote. Adam Belanoff Al Jean Al Septien Alex Gansa Alfredo Barrios, Jr. Andrea King Andrea Newman Anne Cofell Saunders Art Monterastelli Bert Salke Bill Oakley Billy Kimball Brannon Braga Brian Studler Bryan Miller Carroll Cartwright Charles Rosin Charlie Tercek Chris Brancato Chris Carter Chris Easterly Cliff Olin Dan Dworkin Dan Fesman Dan Greaney Daniel Sinclair Danny Strong Dave Andron David Fury David Greenwalt David Hudgins David X. Cohen David Zabel Diane Ademu-John Erin Maher Evan Katz Gavin Harris Genevieve Sparling Geoffrey Nauffts George Meyer Howard Gordon Ian Maxtone-Graham James Duff Janine Sherman Barrois Jason Cahill Jason Wilborn Jay Beattie Jeff Martin Jenna Bans Jennifer Flackett Jennifer Levin Jessica Klein Jill Blotevogel Jim Leonard Joan Rater Joel Cohen John Brancato John Frink Jon Feldman Jonas Pate Jonathan Collier Jonathan Mostow Jordan Hawley Jose Molina Josh Pate Joy Blake Juan Carlos Coto Julia Swift Julie Auerbach Julie Siege Kay Reindl Ken Horton Ken Keeler Ken Martin Kevin Curran Larry Mollin Laurie McCarthy Lawrence O'Donnell, Jr. Loren Segan Maiya Williams Manny Coto Mark B. Perry Mark Levin Mark Wilding Matt Selman Max Pross Melissa Blake Melissa Rosenberg Meredith Stiehm Michael Alaimo Michael Foley Michael J. Cinquemani Michael R. Perry Michael Rowe Mike Berchem Mike Ferris Mike Reiss Moira Kirland Molly Newman Nancy Miller Natalie Chaidez Neal Baer Nell Scovell P.K. Simonds Patrick Harbinson Pete Nowalk Peter L. Chen Phyllis Strong Rene Echevarria Rick Muirragui Rob LaZebnik Ron Hauge Ron Koslow Sam Humphrey Sarah Goldfinger Shannon Goss Sherri Cooper Shintaro Shimosawa Stacy McKee Stephanie Ripps Stephanie Sengupta Steven Kane Stewart Burns Ted Mann Thomas Wheeler Todd Hughes Tom Gammill Tony DeSena Tony Phelan Trevor Munson Valentina Garza Vince Gilligan Walon Green Zoanne Clack My thanks to Mark Hayden and Libby for highlighting this news. View the original article at millennium-thisiswhoweare.net
  2. Amongst the many casual and more frequent visitors to Millennium - This is who we are, the eagle-eyed amongst you may have noticed our section dedicated to archiving Millennium's Nielsen Ratings in our Episode and Credits Guide. This section has been expanded into two parts, the first being a unique record of each season and episode's original Nielsen Ratings. In the second part, we plot the statistical data onto graphs and Libby provides an intriguing and thought provoking analysis of Millennium's rating trends. Head over to the Millennium Nielsen Ratings in our comprehensive guide to Chris Carter's superb Millennium. View the original article at millennium-thisiswhoweare.net
  3. After a private beta testing period, I'm pleased to announce the launch of our latest feature for fans of Millennium, Chris Carter's critically acclaimed television series, The Millennium Group Homepage. Long time fans of Millennium will remember one or two fan created homepages over the years featuring the Millennium Group's Ouroborus logo, and whilst this one is no different in featuring the mystical symbol, the aim with our new version has been to make the page as genuinely useful as possible, whilst of course keeping in tradition with series. Whilst the basic idea is to have the homepage function as an Internet browser homepage as per the request of our forum members, its also perfectly okay to bookmark the page and use it at any time. Currently the Millennium Group Homepage has the following features: Millennium Group logo with 'Welcome Frank' message and accurate 'days remaining' countdown message in tribute to the Millennium Group network log in screen as seen series. Options to personalise the welcome message, the days remaining countdown timer and as an extra treat, select either the standard Group logo (Ouroborus) or the hacked Owl version depending upon your allegiance! Ajax-powered Google Internet Search using the Google Search API, which means you can perform multiple Google searches without ever leaving the page and narrow your search to Web, News, Images, Blogs, Video (Youtube) and Books, even when flicking through the pages of results. Google currently limit their Search API to a maximum of 64 results, this is not changeable but should be more than enough. Also, there is a small issue with the Blog search results being limited to one page, this is awaiting a bug fix from Google. Built in ajax-powered RSS import - to fetch, display and keep you updated with the latest topics from TIWWA Millennium Message Board (our forums), the latest news articles from our main website M-TIWWA and latest news from the BacktoFrankBlack.com campaign. Options to smoothly open and close the various parts of the page depending upon your personal preference. Integration with Millennium - Thisiswhoweare.net - Search our main website and if you prefer you can narrow your search parameters to episode transcripts, profiles (episode, cast, crew and character), our Music Guide, articles, reviews and more. Please follow the Privacy link at the bottom of the page for privacy details. Your settings to personalise the page are stored in cookies on your local computer for 31 days (due to increase shortly), so its personalised every time you open your homepage unless the cookies are removed or expire. However you can change the options as many times as you like. Unless you personalise the page, the welcome message is set to Frank (Black) and the days remaining currently match M-TIWWA, which is the amount of days remaining to the popular December 12, 2012 (the often quoted and supposed end of the Mayan calendar). As the page has a permanent link, we are able to update the page with improvements without the need for users to download new versions. Simply bookmark the page or set it as your browser's homepage. Whether you use it for fun at home, college or work, or find it genuinely useful, the new Millennium Group is ready to be bookmarked and can be found permanently at https://millennium-thisiswhoweare.net/millennium-group-network View the original article at millennium-thisiswhoweare.net
  4. After a private beta testing period, I'm pleased to announce the launch of our latest feature for fans of Millennium, Chris Carter's critically acclaimed television series, The Millennium Group Homepage. Long time fans of Millennium will remember one or two fan created homepages over the years featuring the Millennium Group's Ouroborus logo, and whilst this one is no different in featuring the mystical symbol, the aim with our new version has been to make the page as genuinely useful as possible, whilst of course keeping in tradition with series. Whilst the basic idea is to have the homepage function as an Internet browser homepage as per the request of our forum members, its also perfectly okay to bookmark the page and use it at any time. Currently the Millennium Group Homepage has the following features: Millennium Group logo with 'Welcome Frank' message and accurate 'days remaining' countdown message in tribute to the Millennium Group network log in screen as seen series. Options to personalise the welcome message, the days remaining countdown timer and as an extra treat, select either the standard Group logo (Ouroborus) or the hacked Owl version depending upon your allegiance! Ajax-powered Google Internet Search using the Google Search API, which means you can perform multiple Google searches without ever leaving the page and narrow your search to Web, News, Images, Blogs, Video (Youtube) and Books, even when flicking through the pages of results. Google currently limit their Search API to a maximum of 64 results, this is not changeable but should be more than enough. Also, there is a small issue with the Blog search results being limited to one page, this is awaiting a bug fix from Google. Built in ajax-powered RSS import - to fetch, display and keep you updated with the latest topics from TIWWA Millennium Message Board (our forums), the latest news articles from our main website M-TIWWA and latest news from the BacktoFrankBlack.com campaign. Options to smoothly open and close the various parts of the page depending upon your personal preference. Integration with Millennium - Thisiswhoweare.net - Search our main website and if you prefer you can narrow your search parameters to episode transcripts, profiles (episode, cast, crew and character), our Music Guide, articles, reviews and more. Rest assured, all internet searches via the Google Search function are private and are not logged, stored or accessible by us. Please follow the Privacy link at the bottom of the page for more details. Your settings to personalise the page are stored in cookies on your local computer for 31 days (due to increase shortly), so its personalised every time you open your homepage unless the cookies are removed or expire. However you can change the options as many times as you like. Unless you personalise the page, the welcome message is set to Frank (Black) and the days remaining currently match M-TIWWA, which is the amount of days remaining to the popular December 12, 2012 (the often quoted and supposed end of the Mayan calendar). As the page has a permanent link, we are able to update the page with improvements without the need for users to download new versions. Simply bookmark the page or set it as your browser's homepage. Whether you use it for fun at home, college or work, or find it genuinely useful, the new Millennium Group is ready to be bookmarked and can be found permanently at https://millennium-thisiswhoweare.net/millennium-group-network View the original article at millennium-thisiswhoweare.net
  5. I'm pleased to announce that we have now added Youtube video's to our Millennium Music Guide, courtesy of Youtube's API. You can now instantly watch videos and listen to many of the songs and music profiled in our Music Guide, some of which include live versions. Examples include Patti Smith's Dancing Barefoot, America's A Horse with no Name and of course Love is Blue! Not every song is available and videos will change given the frequent updates people make to Youtube. In many cases, HD versions of the videos exist for improved quality. Its taken a long time to populate the Millennium Music Guide with the best combination of keywords through trial and error, I hope you find it useful and that the feature enhances your use of our music guide to Millennium. View the original article at millennium-thisiswhoweare.net
  6. You may already be familiar with our *Millennium Episode Locations Map, upon which we've plotted on top of satellite maps all of the main locations mentioned throughout the 3 seasons of Millennium. I like to keep the map updated when Google adds new features to their Google Maps API, so now you'll find the improved map controls and a useful Search Bar at the bottom left of the page from where you can search locations and get directions, ideal if you are planning a tour. Just click on the magnifying glass and the search box will slide out. I've added the same features to our forum's Member Map, which has the further addition of Google's somewhat controversial but extremely cool and useful Street View facility. What's this got to do with Frank's Yellow House I hear you ask? Well whilst I was busy making these changes, I happened to check the similar Live Maps (Microsoft's mapping facility), and found it now contains 'Birds Eye View' images of the famous Black Family yellow house, long since painted white. You can find these much more detailed aerial shots here, don't forget to zoom in and out and rotate the view around to get a different perspective. * Broken link now repaired. View the original article at millennium-thisiswhoweare.net
  7. The Grassy Knoll has published the first 1 hour part of a fascinating 3 hour interview with film and tv critic John Muir in which they discuss Chris Carter's Millennium television series. This is a great interview, not to be missed, its full of interesting viewpoints on the many aspects of Millennium with some serious analysis of the finer points of Millennium, its symbolism, Lance Henriksen's incredible portrayal of criminal profiler and family man Frank Black, Lucy Butler and in depth analysis of some of the finer Season 1 episodes and the statements on society in the run up to the actual Millennium that they made. Part 2 of the interview will apparently focus on Season 2 of the series and will be available on April 27. John Muir is a series fan and analyst of Millennium and has been an active supporter of BackToFrankBlack.com, the campaign headquarters working towards exposing the support for a Millennium feature film. The interview is fun to listen too and despite its length, Grassy Knoll's Vyzogoth and John drive it along keeping you interested and if you like Millennium, its simply not to be missed. John Muir on the Millennium TV series – Part 1 View the original article
  8. The Grassy Knoll has published the first 1 hour part of a fascinating 3 hour interview with film and tv critic John Muir in which they discuss Chris Carter's Millennium television series. This is a great interview, not to be missed, its full of interesting viewpoints on the many aspects of Millennium with some serious analysis of the finer points of Millennium, its symbolism, Lance Henriksen's incredible portrayal of criminal profiler and family man Frank Black, Lucy Butler and in depth analysis of some of the finer Season 1 episodes and the statements on society in the run up to the actual Millennium that they made. Part 2 of the interview will apparently focus on Season 2 of the series and will be available on April 27. John Muir is a series fan and analyst of Millennium and has been an active supporter of BackToFrankBlack.com, the campaign headquarters working towards exposing the support for a Millennium feature film. The interview is fun to listen too and despite its length, Grassy Knoll's Vyzogoth and John drive it along keeping you interested and if you like Millennium, its simply not to be missed. John Muir on the Millennium TV series – Part 1 View the original article at millennium-thisiswhoweare.net
  9. The following news announcement is from LaLaLand Records: LA-LA LAND RECORDS & DARK DELICACIES PRESENTSCD SOUNDTRACK SIGNING EVENT Acclaimed “X-FILES” composer MARK SNOW signs his new 2-CD “MILLENNIUM” soundtrack and “THEY LIVE” co-composer ALAN HOWARTH signs his new release of the complete 2-CD soundtrack to “BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA” At DARK DELICACIES4213 W. Burbank Blvd., Burbank, CA 91505Saturday, January 24th, 2009, 2pm La-La Land Records and Dark Delicacies invite you to meet, and get your CDs autographed by, composers Alan Howarth and Mark Snow. Alan Howarth (THEY LIVE, PRINCE OF DARKNESS, HALLOWEEN III) will sign copies of his latest soundtrack score release… the 2 Disc Limited Edition soundtrack to the legendary cult actioner BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA, starring Kurt Russell and directed by John Carpenter. Mark Snow (X-FILES, SUPERNATURAL, GHOST WHISPERER) will sign copies of the new Limited Edition 2 Disc Set of his thrilling music to the acclaimed Chris Carter TV series MILLENNIUM, starring Lance Henriksen. The composers will sign more than one item, but one of the items must be a soundtrack CDs purchased at Dark Delicacies. CDs are available now at Dark Delicacies and will also be available for purchase at the signing. Can’t make the signing, but still would like to get autographed CDs? You can order CDs from Dark Delicacies to be autographed and sent to you! Check out their website www.darkdel.com for details! View the original article at millennium-thisiswhoweare.net
  10. The following news announcement is from LaLaLand Records: LA-LA LAND RECORDS & DARK DELICACIES PRESENTSCD SOUNDTRACK SIGNING EVENT Acclaimed “X-FILES” composer MARK SNOW signs his new 2-CD “MILLENNIUM” soundtrack and “THEY LIVE” co-composer ALAN HOWARTH signs his new release of the complete 2-CD soundtrack to “BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA” At DARK DELICACIES4213 W. Burbank Blvd., Burbank, CA 91505Saturday, January 24th, 2009, 2pm La-La Land Records and Dark Delicacies invite you to meet, and get your CDs autographed by, composers Alan Howarth and Mark Snow. Alan Howarth (THEY LIVE, PRINCE OF DARKNESS, HALLOWEEN III) will sign copies of his latest soundtrack score release… the 2 Disc Limited Edition soundtrack to the legendary cult actioner BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA, starring Kurt Russell and directed by John Carpenter. Mark Snow (X-FILES, SUPERNATURAL, GHOST WHISPERER) will sign copies of the new Limited Edition 2 Disc Set of his thrilling music to the acclaimed Chris Carter TV series MILLENNIUM, starring Lance Henriksen. The composers will sign more than one item, but one of the items must be a soundtrack CDs purchased at Dark Delicacies. CDs are available now at Dark Delicacies and will also be available for purchase at the signing. Can’t make the signing, but still would like to get autographed CDs? You can order CDs from Dark Delicacies to be autographed and sent to you! Check out their website www.darkdel.com for details! View the original article
  11. A new page has been added to our Millennium Music Guide, highlighting the important release from LaLaLand Records of Mark Snow's 2008 Limited Edition Millennium soundtrack. The guide highlights track listings and features images from this fine 2 disc release for posterity. A number of fans have contacted Millennium-Thisiswhoweare.net to say how impressed and overjoyed they are with this long overdue release of Mark Snow's captivating theme score. We heartily agree with them. If you haven't yet ordered a copy from LaLaLand Records, be quick! Millennium Limited Edition Soundtrack Guide. View the original article
  12. LaLaLand Records has released a limited edition 2 CD set of Mark Snow's music from Millennium on Tuesday, December 2 2008. The first 100 orders will be autographed by composer Mark Snow and only 2000 copies of the release will be made available. The 2 disc sets will ship on 16th December. Preview tracks are available on the order page at LaLaLand. This is an ideal opportunity to buy music from Chris Carter's Millennium, many of these tracks have never before been made available. Members of our message board were chomping at the bit waiting until the scheduled release time of 12PM PST (8pm GMT) in order to procure a signed copy. According to the website, these signed copies have now all been sold but at this current time there still appears to be unsigned stock available. Hopefully the fans of the show will beat the collectible traders for once. Thank you to Alex and Anephric for sharing the wonderful news, and special thanks to LaLaLand Records and Mark Snow for making this dream release possible. TRACK LISTING: DISC ONE Main Title A (0:53) PILOT [*]Big Yellow House* (1:56) [*] Rain (3:30) [*]Exterminated (4:53) BLOOD RELATIVES [*]Mourners*/Dragged In (3:24) THE WELL WORN LOCK [*]Lock (2:45) [*]Lock Part Two (0:57) THE WILD AND THE INNOCENT [*]Death Prayer* (3:32) MARANTHA [*]Chernobyl* (4:00) [*]Yaponchik (1:00) [*]Myth No More / Antichrist (5:07) [*]Saviour (7:49) PAPER DOVE [*] Crushed Dove (1:54) THE BEGINNING AND THE END [*] Headlights* (2:53) [*] Check / Get It Back Again (1:39) MONSTER [*]Henny Penny* (1:53) [*] M-Files* / Litle Pigs (5:00) THE CURSE OF FRANK BLACK [*] Jack O’ Lantern (1:20) [*]Battery (2:04) [*]Acts (1:48) [*]790 Days (4:03) THE HAND OF SAINT SEBASTIAN [*]Comatose* / Origins / Woods (1:22) JOSE CHUNG’S DOOMSDAY DEFENSE [*]The Writer (2:53) [*]Goopy (Alt) (5:37) [*] Final Chapter (1:42) [*] End Title (0:33) Total Time - Disc One (74:27) DISC TWO Main Title - Long Version (3:32) MIDNIGHT OF THE CENTURY [*] Delete* (1:39) [*]Branches / Angels (4:52) OWLS [*] Damascus (4:36) [*]The Subject 3:41) [*]Aerotech ROOSTERS [*]Trail (1:14) SOMEHOW, SATAN GOT BEHIND ME [*]Alarm (1:51) [*]X-Fyles (2:08) [*]Sympathy For The... (2:20) THE TIME IS NOW [*] Hot Birds (1:33) [*]The Peter Principle (3:07) [*]Catherine (2:33) CLOSURE [*] Silence Is Golden (3:16) [*]Candy (7:30) OMERTA [*]Santos Elves* (3:51) [*]Unwrapped Gift (2:48) [*]Love Jordan / Hobbit House (2:20) [*]The Way It Was (3:55) GOODBYE TO ALL THAT [*]Shrapnel* (3:54) [*]Channel 14 (4:15) [*]Locked Out (1:21) [*]Drilling (4:56) [*]End Title (0:37) BONUS TRACK [*]Main Title - Vocal Remix (0:50) Total Time - Disc Two: 74:20 * - CONTAINS MUSIC BY JEFF CHARBONNEAU View the original article
  13. Earlier this week we published the first in what will hopefully become a series of Millennium themed gadgets for Windows Vista. All versions of Windows Vista feature a Sidebar facility which allows small programs (gadgets, sometimes known as widgets) to run (or be dragged onto the desktop). As far as we know this is the first available gadget for Vista inspired by Chris Carter's Millennium TV series. MLM Ouroborus Countdown is gadget which you can install on Windows Vista's Sidebar, or simply drag and drop it from your sidebar to your desktop. The gadget resembles the familiar Millennium Group welcome log-in screen as seen in the television series and used by Millennium Group members. It features a golden Ouroborus and automatically displays your name and the number of days remaining. Rather than simply displaying the message, "Welcome Frank", the gadget is more personalised and instead displays the name of the current Windows Vista user. NB. The Gadget uses a Windows system value to determine the user's name that comes from the name of the User's folder, that contains their application settings, My Pictures Documents etc. Unfortunately, some computers have Windows pre-installed with a generic user name like User or Owner, instead of it asking for your own personal name when you use the computer for the first time. There isn't much you can do about that for now until the next release of the gadgets which allows full name customisation. MLM Ouroborus Countdown v1.0 features: Millennium Group Ouroborus Personalised - Automatically welcomes the current logged in user! Countdown - Displays the current number of days until December 21st, 2012 (the forthcoming Apocalypse?). Easily customisable countdown date (see instructions). Site Link - Clicking the Ouroborus takes you to our main website at millennium-thisiswhoweare.net Drag and drop from your sidebar to your desktop We hope you enjoy this creation and we look forward to bringing you a series of gadgets featuring your favourite characters from Millennium. Visit the Millennium inspired Windows Vista Sidebar Gadgets category in our forum's download manger to find the first Millennium gadget. Guests (non-registered forum members) are welcome to download the gadget but registered members can rate and add comments to the downloads as well as having access to additional downloads and forums. View the original article
  14. UK television channel Zone Horror have changed the air date for their première of Chris Carter's Millennium television series from tomorrow (October 4th) to next Monday (the 6th) and instead will be screening the first 3 episodes back to back, Pilot, Gehenna and Dead Letters. Zone Horror would appear to be following the traditional air date order of episodes which is also how they are presented on the DVD release. If you are interested in learning more about the varying episode order of Millennium, you can find out more here in our Episode Order Guide. As well as a recent interview with writer Frank Spotnitz, Zone Horror have also added a new Millennium feature summary to their website entitled, "I see what the killer sees - Millennium on Zone Horror". Zone Horror currently broadcast on Sky Digital Channel 319, Virgin TV Channel 170 and Freesat Channel 138. Zone Horror is currently available as a free-to-air service on Eurobird 1 and is part of Virgin Media's XL package. Its also believed the channel will soon be launched in Poland. View the original article at millennium-thisiswhoweare.net
  15. UK television channel Zone Horror have changed the air date for their première of Chris Carter's Millennium television series from tomorrow (October 4th) to next Monday (the 6th) and instead will be screening the first 3 episodes back to back, Pilot, Gehenna and Dead Letters. Zone Horror would appear to be following the traditional air date order of episodes which is also how they are presented on the DVD release. If you are interested in learning more about the varying episode order of Millennium, you can find out more here in our Episode Order Guide. As well as a recent interview with writer Frank Spotnitz, Zone Horror have also added a new Millennium feature summary to their website entitled, "I see what the killer sees - Millennium on Zone Horror". Zone Horror currently broadcast on Sky Digital Channel 319, Virgin TV Channel 170 and Freesat Channel 138. Zone Horror is currently available as a free-to-air service on Eurobird 1 and is part of Virgin Media's XL package. Its also believed the channel will soon be launched in Poland. View the original article
  16. During September 2008, work commenced on a promotional campaign entitled Back to Frank Black to gather support and increase awareness of the demand for a Millennium movie. Inspired by the comments of Lance Henriksen and Frank Spotnitz, several of our forum members, led by Laredo (Jim) and ethsnafu (Mark) are creating a website with the assistance and collaboration of other respected fans, with a view to maximizing online interest with downloadable banners and information on who Frank Black was and why he should return. The campaign will encompass a professional, respectful and ethical letter writing campaign. The campaign website is being sponsored by our forum This Is Who We Are and can be found at BackToFrankBlack.com. View the original article at millennium-thisiswhoweare.net
  17. During September 2008, work commenced on a promotional campaign entitled Back to Frank Black to gather support and increase awareness of the demand for a Millennium movie. Inspired by the comments of Lance Henriksen and Frank Spotnitz, several of our forum members, led by Laredo (Jim) and ethsnafu (Mark) are creating a website with the assistance and collaboration of other respected fans, with a view to maximizing online interest with downloadable banners and information on who Frank Black was and why he should return. The campaign will encompass a professional, respectful and ethical letter writing campaign. The campaign website is being sponsored by our forum This Is Who We Are and can be found at BackToFrankBlack.com. View the original article
  18. Television channel Zone Horror are to commence airing Millennium on October 4th 2008. To coincide with their new acquisition, an interview with Frank Spotnitz, writer and co-executive producer on Millennium Season's 1 and 3 has been posted on their website. Its refreshing to see a new Millennium based interview after all these years. Zone Horror currently broadcasts in the UK on Sky Digital Channel 319, Virgin TV Channel 170 and Freesat Channel 138. You can learn more about the talented and respected Frank Spotnitz in his crew profile. Also of interest, MovieScope Magazine also posted a new interview with Frank Spotnitz in Volume 2 No3 2008 in which Frank talks about The X-Files series, the movie The X-Files: I Want to Believe and being 'blamed' for 9/11. They currently offer a free look at the digital copy on their website. View the original article at millennium-thisiswhoweare.net
  19. Television channel Zone Horror are to commence airing Millennium on October 4th 2008. To coincide with their new acquisition, an interview with Frank Spotnitz, writer and co-executive producer on Millennium Season's 1 and 3 has been posted on their website. Its refreshing to see a new Millennium based interview after all these years. Zone Horror currently broadcasts in the UK on Sky Digital Channel 319, Virgin TV Channel 170 and Freesat Channel 138. You can learn more about the talented and respected Frank Spotnitz in his crew profile. Also of interest, MovieScope Magazine also posted a new interview with Frank Spotnitz in Volume 2 No3 2008 in which Frank talks about The X-Files series, the movie The X-Files: I Want to Believe and being 'blamed' for 9/11. They currently offer a free look at the digital copy on their website. View the original article
  20. TVShowsonDVD have released a fantastic image of the packaging artwork for the region 1 18-disc set of Millennium - The Complete DVD Collection. The region 2 release of this box set of all 67 episodes of Millennium was released back in October 2005. The reason for the delay in getting this box set out for region 1 US consumers is unknown, but the release date is apparently October 28th, making it a great Halloween gift! Fans in our forums have already noted that Amazon.com's specs for the contents of the discs are incorrect, with episodes such as The Judge, 52666 and The Well-Worn Lock seemingly missing from the list, as well as the second season episode 19:19. This is bound to be a snafu and its very unlikely that the actual release will be missing any episodes. The region 1 box set contains the same number of discs as the region 2 release, 18 in total. Perhaps we'll see some new special features in a possible Blu-Ray release one day. Our thanks to David Lambert at TVShowsonDVD.com for the artwork. View the original article at millennium-thisiswhoweare.net
  21. Some sad news has reached our forums today, the Hollywood Insider is reporting that X-Files and Millennium creator Chris Carter is apparently in hospital, being treated for exhaustion and acute sleeping disorder. Our thoughts are with him and his family, and we wish Chris a speedy and full recovery. Read the original article. Thanks to Libby for sharing this news. View the original article
  22. As previously reported back in June, television channel Zone Horror are continuing with their plans to screen Millennium soon, and have now published a short but cool promotional trailer featuring our favourite fictional criminal profiler Frank Black. Zone Horror currently broadcasts in the UK on Sky Digital Channel 319, Virgin TV Channel 170 and Freesat Channel 138 as the UK's number one destination for Horror movies and programmes about the people who make them. Viewers on Sky have a second chance to watch Zone Horror's programmes one hour after their initial transmission with our "+1" channel on Sky channel 320. View the original article
  23. To celebrate the cinema release of X-Files: I want to Believe, Forbidden Planet invite you to meet Chris Carter & Frank Spotnitz on Thursday 31st July between 1-2pm at the Forbidden Planet Megastore, 179 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, WC2H 8JR. We're sorry its short notice but if you get the opportunity to attend, feel free to post some photos of your meeting in our forums. You can find more details at the Forbidden Planet website. X-Files: I want to Believe is released in the UK on August 1st. Thanks to Millennium Virtual Season 5 producer ZeusFaber for the heads up! View the original article
  24. Its been a very long time since we got excited about some Millennium DVD release news, since all three seasons of Chris Carter's darkest TV series to date have been available on DVD format for some time. Yesterday however, the excellent TV Shows On DVD reported that Amazon.com had a new complete 3 season box set advertised for pre-order with a release date of October 28th 2008. The excellent price of $49.99 seems to have risen slightly since then, and is at the time of posting now at $51.99 but as Gord Lacey points out, this is a huge saving on the price of separate season box sets for anyone who yet to purchase them or wants to add this to their collection. Details are non-existent at the moment but we at Millennium - This is who we are expect this to be the long awaited region 1 release of the Millennium: The Complete DVD Collection box set that was released on region 2 format in Europe long ago on Monday, October 31, 2005. US based fans of the series were originally disappointed that the full season box set was not available to them at the time. View the original article
  25. UK based television viewers had for some time been able to enjoy Chris Carter's Millennium television series on ITV4 albeit at 4am in the morning but the series seems to have been dropped from current schedules. However all is not lost, for Chello Zone which broadcasts the popular Zone Horror and Zone Thriller channels seemingly comes to the rescue. Earlier this year during March, Chello Zone issued the following press release: Multi-channel operator Chello Zone has acquired the cable and DTH rights to a wide selection of feature films and television series from Twentieth Century Fox Television Distribution; it was announced today by Steve Cole, Senior Vice President, Channels at Chello Zone. The deal will see films such as Kiss of Death and crime thriller The Punisher, as well as TV shows, including Millennium, created by Chris Carter and starring Terry O’Quinn (Lost), the latest series of prime-time Emmy nominated reality hit Cops and Remington Steele starring Pierce Brosnan (Die Another Day), heading to Chello Zone’s channels Zone Horror, Zone Reality and Zone Thriller. Chello Zone’s highly successful channels – Zone Thriller, the high-tension home of suspense films and series; Zone Reality dedicated to explosive, unpredictable and extraordinary real life programming and Zone Horror devoted to the dark side of cinema – will air the films and series across all international feeds. Steve Cole, SVP Channels comments on announcement, “We’re delighted to further extend our relationship with Fox. The exciting range of high quality titles the studio offers enables us to acquire shows that work in numerous countries on our many differently themed channels.” Steve Cornish, SVP and MD at Twentieth Century Fox Television Distribution said, “We are very happy to be broadening our relationship with Chello Zone to bring such a wide variety of TV series and film to their audience through these speciality channels.” Thanks to forum member Ethsnafu for sharing this link with us. Chello Zone recently announced on the 20th June that their channels will be subject to an EPG re-shuffle with ZoneThriller undergoing a revamp whilst ZoneHorror receives a +1 channel. View the original article
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