Millenium and Harsh Realm Coming to DVD

Both Millenium and Harsh Realm are due out. No word on The Lone Gunmen, but watercooler conjecture points to the “realism” in their pilot episode. People may not be ready for it (or the media would just have a field day with it).

4 replies on “Millenium and Harsh Realm Coming to DVD”

  1. Abednigo says:

    It’s about time!
    I was actually thinking the other day about how much I missed Millennium and wished it would be out on DVD (ever lame TV show seems to be released, why not one as great as Millennium?) That was one of the scariest, and most disturbing and gross, TV shows I’ve ever seen. I really missed it when it was gone, even though I wasn’t able to watch much of it in it’s second season. But the first season is a must buy for me. I just wish they had done an X-Files crossover on the show, instead of waiting to have a crossover on the X-Files well after Millennium was cancelled (that was a great episode though).

    • Canthros says:

      Re: It’s about time!
      They did an X-Files crossover. Charles Nelson Reilly appeared on both shows as “José Chung”. The Millenium episode was a real hoot, as I recall, but it’s been long enough that the details have mostly faded from my memory.

  2. Babbster says:

    Who Would Care?

    No word on The Lone Gunmen, but watercooler conjecture points to the “realism” in their pilot episode. People may not be ready for it (or the media would just have a field day with it).

    I can’t imagine the media would even NOTICE the release of Lone Gunmen on DVD. A DVD release of a show that lasted less than a season, was cancelled over two years ago and wasn’t even that popular amongst X-Files fans just isn’t going to show up on the radar.

    • fiziko says:

      Re: Who Would Care?

      I can’t imagine the media would even NOTICE the release of
      Lone Gunmen on DVD. A DVD release of a show that lasted
      less than a season, was cancelled over two years ago and
      wasn’t even that popular amongst X-Files fans just isn’t
      going to show up on the radar.

      It lasted longer than Harsh Realm did. (HR was
      cancelled after 3 of the 9 filmed episodes were aired.)
      Given that the pilot episode dealt with a plot to crash a
      plane into the World Trade Centre, it likely would attract
      some attention. At this stage, it would likely do more to
      increase sales among the curious than it would result in
      boycott, but Fox likely doesn’t want to take the risk.

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