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The fight for the future continues with Back to Frank Black

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After the Chris Carter had the huge hit X-Files dominating the Fox Network he set out to bring another series to Fox, but this time took at darker tone with Millennium in 1996 that starred Lance Henriksen, Megan Gallagher, Kiea Scott and Terry O’Quinn. Sadly despite delivering an awesome series unlike anything on TV and a huge following it only lasted for 3 seasons, but the fight for its return is not over yet.

Back to Frank Black is a campaign to bring the series back and not only sports and awesome website that features all the info you need to reach out to the powers that be, but also serves as fan central for the cult hit series. In addition the site has brought in the support of many of the original people behind the series including cast members Lance Henriksen and creator Christ Carter. As if that wasn’t already enough to keep any hardcore fan of Millennium happy, they have crafted a book aptly titled Back To Frank Black that takes a look at the series like never before including interviews with the cast and crew, numerous essays exploring key characters, stories and themes of the series from a range of supremely well-informed writers and so much more making for the perfect companion piece for any hardcore fan.

In a world where fans have a voice and can breath new life into their much beloved franchise, this is by far the most extensive attempt for a show that deserves better than it received when it was canceled. The time is now, so join the fight and get Frank Black back where he belongs on the screen.

To join the fight head over to

To order you a copy of the book Back To Frank Black head over to


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