TSCC Terminator Producer Talks Sarah Connor Chronicles…

oh awesome!!! Here are two sites to add to your links for scifi/fantasy tv and film….and a kick axx interview with AEM of TSCC….


Via Mania.com:

Fans of sci-fi genre television seem doomed to experience rough rides on primetime networks these past few years. While some series build enough of a niche audience to survive the ratings wars, a lot fall through the Nielsen cracks. From Fox’s “Firefly” being pushed around from the beginning to ABC’s “Invasion” getting the axe to “Jericho” being pardoned only to be summarily executed a year later, there’s no shortage of genre downfalls on the major networks….

…Those cancellation reports have been coming for this particular series for sometime, with EW’s Michael Ausiello adding weight to them, when he reported that the show was leaving the airwaves because the sets were destroyed. At the time, this seemed to be a cause of alarm for fans that yet another one of their genre series was fading into TV oblivion. But if you caught the season 2 finale, you would have seen the real reason the sets were destroyed. Obviously the writers and producers couldn’t respond to rumors before the finale or they would have ruined the surprise.

But they can certainly speak out now. …

Patrick Sauriol has The Exclusive Interview at CoronaComingAttractions,  (go read the whole thing!):

Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles has taken pause after ending the season on a high note, leaving fans to speculate and wonder where a third season could take them…. If you are reminded of Battlestar Galactica that’s alright because The Sarah Connor Chronicles is proving to be cut from the same quality of cloth as BSG. Simply put, Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles is one of the best series on TV right now that you should be watching….


…Fox reveals whether The Sarah Connor Chronicles has been renewed for a third season on May 18, the day it announces its fall schedule. Shortly after the airing of the season two finale I had the opportunity to talk to Ashley Edward Miller, one of the show’s co-producers and co-writer on several episodes….

One question from the interview explains the string theory premise behind the show:


April 25, 2009. Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , . Entertainment, Fantasy, Film, Popular Culture, Sci Fi, Uncategorized. 4 comments.

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