The series about Xena, a butt-kicking warlord-turned-hero, and Gabrielle, her best friend/soulmate, lasted for six seasons and spawned a dedicated following. The show went off the air in 2001 with Xena dying: her head was cut off and she was cremated.
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Germany's Tele 5 signs a package deal with NBCUniversal that includes several cult sci-fi and fantasy series, including "Hercules" and the Vin Diesel action pic "Pitch Black."
Exclusive: XENA Movie Just Won't Happen, Says Creator Rob Tapert Posted on 21 April 2009 by Brent Hartinger, Editor Rob Tapert, the co-creator of televisions Xena: Warrior Princess, has given up hope that there will ever be a live-action feature film vers more
Actress Lucy Lawless is calling on movie bosses to adapt Xena: Warrior Princess for the big screen - because she fears fans will lose interest in the fantasy series if it's revived for TV. The New Zealand-born star is best known for playing the warrior pi more