On an article mislabeling Farscape and the best thing the author said in the article. Some say that any publicity is good publicity. There’s a point in that. Any mention of Farscape is welcome because the show deserves MUCH more publicity than it gets, but how much does misrepresentation really
Brian Henson has announced the release of the limited edition, Best-of-Series soundtrack album in celebration of the 20th anniversary of Farscape. The album will be available for purchase on Friday, 12 July, online and exclusively in store at Barnes and Noble locations.The track list is surprisingly sparse. Farscape Theme Wormhole!
Actor Virgina Hey, most famous for portraying Zhaan in Farscape, has announced her retirement. On her official Facebook page, she announced that at age 67 and after a 49-year acting career, it is time for a rest. She also announced that she would be retiring from the convention circuit and
The 20th anniversary of Farscape – the original series, has offered an opportunity for mainstream corporate publications to wave the Farscape banner. Following Vice’s surprisingly good (though still exaggerated) article, fellow Web tabloid Gizmodo has weighed in with its own paean to the wonders of Farscape. Clearly written in close
I was pleasantly surprised to see an article about Farscape in the mainstream Web publication Vice. Farscape never gets as much press coverage as it deserves, especially Farscape’s feminism. Even better, the Vice article is not simply a nod to the 20th anniversary, but a philosophically-minded acknowledgement that Farscape was