Sad news, fans of the Warrior Princess -- the modern revival of Xena is no longer happening. In the wake of original showrunner Javier Grillo-Marxuach's (The Middleman) departure, NBC has decided to close the book on a new Xena show... for now, at least. More »
Our dreams of a gay revival of the beloved 90s TV show were too good to be true.
Reboots and remakes are all the rage nowadays, and Xena: Warrior Princess was one of the projects in the works for another go on the small screen. Sadly, that is no longer the case.
There's one less reboot on television's reboot-heavy agenda. NBC is scrapping its plans for a revival of the beloved ’90s series, Xena: Warrior Princess, which was slated to focus more on the lesbian relationship between the Amazonian...Show More Summary
In a time of reboots, reshoots, and President Donald Trump, a land in turmoil cried out for a hero. But NBC just sent a chakram straight through the heart of our hopes.
Two years ago, we learned that a Xena: Warrior Princess revival was in the works, which would explore a subtextual relationship between Xena and her companion Gabrielle that was rapidly becoming text in the original series. In fact,Show More Summary
Looks like Xena won't battle on after all. NBC's planned Xena: Warrior Princess reboot is dead, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The reboot, which had Lost veteran Javier...
Last year, NBC announced that The 100 writer Javier Grillo-Marxuach was developing a Xena: Warrior Princess revival that would finally ditch the subtext and make the title character openly gay. It seemed like the kind of rare revival idea that would retain the spirit of the character while still updating it in a way that feels more modern. Show More Summary
However, there may still be hope for the future The post Xena: Warrior Princess Reboot Is No Longer Happening at NBC appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
For over a year, NBC has been trying and failing to get a Xena: Warrior Princess reboot off the ground. Now, network president Jennifer Salke has confirmed that the project in its current form is dead in the water. "Nothing is happening on that right now. Show More Summary
However, the network remains open to the idea of a revival with the right concept. read more
MIDDLEMAN's Javier Grillo-Marxuach leaves.
Lucy Lawless thinks the "Xena: Warrior Princess" reboot should feature a lesbian interracial couple.
We've got a Xena: Warrior Princess reboot on the way that will finally feature a lesbian romance. Now, however, we finally have an answer why Xena and Gabrielle never got together in the original show. Click To Continue Reading
On The Comics Page, The A.V. Club invites comics artists to illustrate their pop cultural flights of fancy. Starting this week: Lucy Knisley imagines the ’90s TV reboots that haven’t happened (yet).
Of all the reboots and revivals currently in development on the small screen, few are more unexpected than the upcoming Xena: Warrior Princess remake. And when it returns, there will be a huge change.Click To Continue Reading
Confirming what most fans assumed for years.
Xena and Gabrielle might be gay in the upcoming “Xena: Warrior Princess” reboot, finally fulfilling years of fan’s wishes for the ‘90s TV show.
Back in the '90s, some mainstream shows managed to slip in queer characters on the down low, masking their sexuality with innuendos and other homoerotic undertones. One example is the hit series Xena: Warrior Princess, which always teased fans that the titular warrior (Lucy Lawless) and her charge Gabrielle (Renee O'Connor) might have been more than [...]