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  • 1.

    Sins of the Past

    Xena, formerly a ruthless warlord, appears on the scene to prove she has changed her ways. While fighting to protect the innocent she rescues a young aspiring bard, Gabrielle, who becomes her traveling companion.

  • 2.

    Chariots of War

    Xena is wounded defending a group of farmers and taken into Darius’ home to recover. Gabrielle, waiting for her, is rescued by the son of the warlord terrorizing the farmers.

  • 3.

    Dreamworker

    Gabrielle is kidnapped to become the bride of Morpheus, the god of dream, so Xena has to go through her Dreamscape Passage to save her friend.

  • 4.

    Cradle of Hope

    King Gregor has ordered the capture of a new born infant foretold to take his throne, but Xena and Gabrielle find the baby first; the mysterious Pandora and her box joins the confusion keeping hope safe.

  • 5.

    The Path Not Taken

    Xena must rescue a princess from a greedy arms dealer before war between two kingdoms erupt; she also reunites with a former flame who knows her secret.

  • 6.

    The Reckoning

    Xena is set up by a mysterious man to look like she has slaughtered villagers, who want swift revenge even though their headman insists on a fair trial.

  • 7.

    The Titans

    Xena and Gabrielle happen upon a cave where villagers are trying to recite an ancient script to awaken the Titans. Gabrielle intervenes, correcting the pronunciation and successfully awakening 3 of them.

  • 8.

    Prometheus

    Xena and Hercules join forces to free Prometheus, however his reprieve comes with a price.

  • 9.

    Death in Chains

    When ailing King Sisyphus is visited by Celesta, Goddess of death, he holds her captive. Unable to hold her death candle, it quickly begins to melt away, and all of mankind is unable to die — even when fatally wounded. It is up to Xena and Gabrielle, with the help of a new friend, to rescue Celesta before the candle burns out.

  • 10.

    Hooves and Harlots

    Someone is trying to start a war between the Amazons and the centaurs, which Xena tries to prevent after a dying Amazon princess leaves Gabrielle her right of caste.

  • 11.

    The Black Wolf

    King Xerxes arrests a group of villagers, demanding they surrender the mysterious “Black Wolf” and followers. Xena arranges to be arrested to help them escape.

  • 12.

    Beware Greeks Bearing Gifts

    Xena and Gabrielle arrive to Troy during the Trojan War when the warrior princess is required by an old friend, Helen. While Xena tries to win the war, Gabrielle meets Perdicas, her ex-fiancé, who’s working now as a mercenary for Troy.

  • 14.

    A Fistful of Dinars

    Xena and Gabrielle join two men of doubtful reputation (including Xena ex-fiancé) in order to find the Treasure of the Sumerians and prevent wrong hands from getting the most valuable part of it: Ambrosia, the food of the gods, which grants immortality.

  • 15.

    Warrior… Princess

    Someone is trying to kill Princess Diana, so Xena has to protect her. Since Xena and Diana are physically identical, they exchange their roles so Xena can discover who’s the killer.

  • 16.

    Mortal Beloved

    Xena’s dead love Marcus appears on earth to tell her the underworld has been taken over by mad Atyminius, who has confined the good souls to Tartarus and given evil the run of the Elysian Fields. But if Xena succeeds in getting Hades’ Helmet of Invisibility back, Marcus will be punished in Tartarus forever.

  • 17.

    The Royal Couple of Thieves

    Xena drafts Autolycus to steal back the property of some friends of hers, which turns out to be the Ark of the Covenant.

  • 18.

    The Prodigal

    After she and Xena are assaulted, Gabrielle asks herself if that’s really the kind of life she wants to spend and returns to her village, Potadeia, which is going to be attacked by a warlord. Their only help will come from a former mighty warrior, Meleager, who is now but a shade of he used to be, while Gabrielle has to face her sister, Lila, who doesn’t like the decision she took when she decided to travel with Xena.

  • 19.

    Altared States

    Xena rescues a young boy on the run from his father, who wants to sacrifice him.

  • 20.

    Ties That Bind

    An old warrior claiming to be Xena’s father complicates her rescue of a group of slaves.

  • 21.

    The Greater Good

    Xena gets poisoned, and Gabrielle must take her place in fighting a warlord and protecting a village and the merchant Salmoneus, a.k.a. Lord Seltzer.

  • 22.

    Callisto

    A blonde woman called Callisto kills innocent people stating she’s Xena, Warrior Princess, and Xena and Gabrielle try to stop her. They meet for first time a warrior-wannabe called Joxer, and Xena has to face a dark event from her past related to Callisto and her village, Cirra.

  • 23.

    Death Mask

    Xena finally confronts Cortese, the warlord who burned her village and turned her into a warrior.

  • 24.

    Is There a Doctor in the House?

    When Xena and Gabrielle take a wounded and pregnant Ephiny to a healing temple in the middle of a civil war, Xena must take over as healer when the priests would rather pray than act.

  • 1.

    Orphan of War

    Xena and Gabrielle travel to the centaur lands to help them against Dagnine, a man who once fought at Xena’s side when she was evil. Dagnine wants the powerful Ixion stone, who was hidden by Borias, Xena’s former and now deceased lover. Xena meets there a young boy called Solan who lives with the centaurs, and she tells Gabrielle he’s actually her son.

  • 2.

    Remember Nothing

    When Xena protects the temple of the Fates, they grant her wish that she had never followed the sword, but only if she never draws blood in anger. As she sees her loved ones tormented by warlords she eliminated in her original life, her temptation to fight for right increases. Will she be able to resist … and should she?

  • 3.

    The Giant Killer

    Retelling of the David and Goliath story in which Goliath is a friend of Xena’s who has fallen into evil ways from grief after losing his family.

  • 4.

    Girls Just Wanna Have Fun

    Xena, Gabrielle and Joxer face the evil god Bacchus, who turns innocent girls into bloody wild women called the Bacchae. While Bacchus tries to turn Xena and Gabrielle into Bacchae, they will have the help of Orpheus, who has lost his body and is a speaking head.

  • 5.

    Return of Callisto

    When Callisto escapes from prison, she builds an army of evil and sends Joxer to tell Xena that she’s going to continue killing. Perdicus marries Gabrielle, but Callisto interrupts their honeymoon.

  • 6.

    Warrior… Princess… Tramp

    Xena comes back to help Princess Diana once more. She takes the place of Diana, but there’s an unexpected problem: another Xena look-alike, a tramp called Meg, is already trying to supplant the princess.

  • 7.

    Intimate Stranger

    Callisto, with Ares’ help, takes Xena’s body and leaves Xena, in Callisto’s body, in Tartarus.

  • 8.

    Ten Little Warlords

    Someone has made Ares mortal by stealing his sword, which leaves him incapable of putting Xena back in her own body and removes his control over the anger of peaceful people.

  • 9.

    A Solstice Carol

    Over one holiday night, Xena and Gabrielle stage mini-dramas in King Silvus’ bedroom to get him to change his bitter ways.

  • 10.

    The Xena Scrolls

    In 1940, two archaeologists look for the legendary scrolls that Gabrielle wrote about her adventures with Xena.

  • 11.

    Here She Comes… Miss Amphipolis

    A fragile peace may be derailed by behind-the-scenes mayhem at a beauty pageant, in which the rulers of all three former enemies have entered their girlfriends as contestants.

  • 12.

    Destiny

    Xena is seriously hurt in Cirra’s ruins by a huge log and she enters into a coma. While Gabrielle carries her to a doctor in order to try to save her life, she remembers how ten winters ago she met Julius Caesar and became the Destroyer of Nations.

  • 13.

    The Quest

    Gabrielle’s attempt to take Xena’s body to be buried with her brother are complicated by would-be thieves, Amazon dynasty squabbles, and Xena’s attempts to communicate through Autolycus.

  • 14.

    A Necessary Evil

    Velasca makes herself a god with ambrosia and seeks vengeance on Gabrielle.

  • 15.

    A Day in the Life

    How do they use the bathroom? How do they make decisions? How do they cook an eel when their frying pan is broken? and is there a romantic relationship between Xena and Gabrielle?. All is revealed in a day in the life of Xena and Gabrielle, as Xena and Gabrielle battles a warlord and his army who plan to loot a village and save another village from being destroyed by a giant.

  • 16.

    For Him the Bell Tolls

    In order to avoid a marriage between a prince and a princess who have been united by her son Cupid, the selfish Aphrodite casts a spell on Joxer that makes him turn into a brave and attractive man, who women find irresistible, whenever he hears a bell tolling.

  • 17.

    The Execution

    When Meleager, the hero who once saved Gabrielle’s village, is condemned for murder, Gabrielle and Xena have only one turn of the sand dial to produce evidence that he is innocent.

  • 18.

    Blind Faith

    When a young punk sells Gabrielle into a royal trap, Xena must force the punk to assist in Gabrielle’s rescue while gradually going blind.

  • 19.

    Ulysses

    Xena and Gabrielle help Ulysses, King of Ithaca, to face all the forces of Poseidon, God of the Sea, so he can go back to home after the Trojan War. During the journey, Xena and Ulysses start falling in love.

  • 20.

    The Price

    Xena’s arrival brings hope to a beleaguered Athenian outpost under siege by “The Horde.” Meanwhile, Gabrielle’s desire to care for the wounded clashes with Xena’s ruthless arrangement of supplies, water, and men to implement her battle plans.

  • 21.

    Lost Mariner

    After a shipwreck, Gabrielle is rescued by the cursed ship of Cecrops, where she will have to stay until she dies – unless Xena can break the curse.

  • 22.

    A Comedy of Eros

    The baby of Cupid & Psyche, on the loose with Daddy’s love-causing bow, complicates Xena’s attempt to stop Draco from attacking a temple of Hestian virgins.

  • 1.

    The Furies

    The Furies, at Ares’ instigation, condemn Xena to persecution and madness for failure to avenge the murder of her father. As Xena descends into madness, Gabrielle is her only grip on reality. Xena must convince the Furies that Ares’ charge is untrue.

  • 2.

    Been There, Done That

    Xena lives again and again the same day, until she finds the way to stop a carnage. It seems that Gabrielle leaves some strange love marks on Xena’s neck. The main characters die a few times: Xena once, Gabrielle a pair of times, Joxer at least thrice (once by Xena’s Chakram).

  • 3.

    The Dirty Half Dozen

    Ares steals the secret of the powerful Hephaestus’ metal and gives it to a proud warlord, Agathon. Xena decides to recruit four assassins she trained, now about to be executed, who will have the second chance to start a new life, the same that she had.

  • 4.

    The Deliverer

    Xena travels to Britannia to assist her former ally Boadicea in her rebellion against Caesar. Gabrielle travels with her and makes a new friend, Khrafstar, who tells her about his one god. However, Gabrielle doesn’t know that this journey will change her life forever.

  • 5.

    Gabrielle’s Hope

    Gabrielle is haunted by having killed, and told by banshees that she is carrying the “Child of Darkness.”

  • 6.

    The Debt: Part 1

    Xena is asked to come to the far kingdom of Chin to kill a person. She decides to do it, although Gabrielle doesn’t understand why Xena is going to give up the last years she has dedicated to the Greater Good and become a murderer again. While they’re travelling, Xena tells Gabrielle a story of her past which would explain what she is going to do.

  • 7.

    The Debt: Part 2

    After being betrayed by Gabrielle, Xena is carried to the Green Dragon’s prison, where she’ll wait her execution. There she continues remembering the days she spent with Lao Ma, and the chance she gave her to change her life.

  • 8.

    The King of Assassins

    Joxer’s identical brother Jett, a cold-blooded assassin, is planning to assassinate Cleopatra, but Gabrielle, Autolycus, and Joxer intend to stop him.

  • 9.

    Warrior… Priestess… Tramp

    Someone is trying to harm the Hestian high priestess Leah, who happens to be yet another Xena look-alike, and substitutes Meg for the priestess. Xena takes over to figure out the puzzle and save Leah.

  • 10.

    The Quill Is Mightier…

    When a miffed Aphrodite casts a charm on Gabrielle’s scroll so that anything she writes comes true, she is delighted at the chance to do good – and astonished when her acts leads to unintended consequences.

  • 11.

    Maternal Instincts

    Xena and Gabrielle travel to the centaurs’ lands to celebrate a treaty and visit Solan. However, Hope’s back, now as a young girl, and she frees Callisto from the lava pit.

  • 12.

    The Bitter Suite

    Xena and Gabrielle face their anger and deceptions in an odd in-between world, guided by Solan, Xena’s son.

  • 13.

    One Against an Army

    When the Persian army lands, intending to capture Greece, they expect easy pickings – but Xena and an injured Gabrielle are in their way.

  • 14.

    Forgiven

    When the Urn of Apollo is stolen from his temple, Xena and Gabrielle go after it, with the dubious help of Tara, a gang girl who wants to replace Gabrielle as Xena’s sidekick.

  • 15.

    King Con

    Joxer’s wins at a gambling palace set him up for a con and then a beating. Xena drafts the con artists to avenge the beating, with their less-than-wholehearted cooperation.

  • 16.

    When in Rome…

    When Julius Caesar captures Vercinix, Xena captures Crassus to trade for him. But Crassus plays with Gabrielle’s head during the trip, leading her to doubt Xena’s motives and judgment.

  • 17.

    Forget Me Not

    Tortured by the things she has done and suffered in the last months, Gabrielle decides to come to the temple of Mnemosine, the Goddess of Memory, where she could forgive all these memories. However, it has a price: she would also have to renounce to good memories — including Xena.

  • 18.

    Fins, Femmes and Gems

    Aphrodite sends her pet thugs with a stolen diamond to her temple at Parnassus, and distracts the pursuers – Xena, Gabrielle, and Joxer – with a potion that makes them obsess about whatever they were thinking when they smell it.

  • 19.

    Tsunami

    Gabrielle discovers Autolycus is embarking in a ship of slaves and she and Xena find themselves travelling with him. But everything changes when a giant wave provoked by the eruption of Mount Etna makes the ship sink and they must find a way to get out the ship and survive.

  • 20.

    Vanishing Act

    When an enormous statue commemorating Peace is stolen from a seaside village, Autolycus fears the loss of his title of King of Thieves and recruits Xena to help him steal it back.

  • 21.

    Sacrifice: Part 1

    One of Gabrielle’s friends, Seraphin, is about to be sacrificed to a goddess. Xena and Gabrielle assume the goddess is Callisto and stop the sacrifice, but Seraphin tells them she wants to die to bring the Goddess to the world. Then Xena realizes the new goddess is Hope, whose rebirth would be one of the steps of Dahak’s entrance in the world.

  • 22.

    Sacrifice: Part 2

    Hope has emerged from her cocoon and he looks exactly like Gabrielle. She prepares with Ares the sacrifice which will bring Dahak into our world, but Callisto gets bored of her and joins Xena, Gabrielle and Joxer to kill her, on condition that Xena kills her too so that there will be no afterlife for her.

  • 1.

    Adventures in the Sin Trade: Part 1

    Xena, anxious to know Gabrielle is safe in a good afterlife, seeks her in the Amazon Land of the Dead. In flashback, Xena learns to walk in the Land of the Dead from the shamaness Alti while pregnant with Borias’ child.

  • 2.

    Adventures in the Sin Trade: Part 2

    Xena and her allies must learn the new Holy Word in order to defeat Alti and release the Amazon dead to cross over to their Land of the Dead.

  • 3.

    A Family Affair

    Xena and Joxer travel to Poteidaia, where they find Gabrielle. But, after some strange attacks, Xena starts suspecting that the woman that’s supposed to be Gabrielle is indeed Hope, and that her child, the Destroyer, could be alive.

  • 4.

    In Sickness and in Hell

    Both Xena and Gabrielle suffer from disgusting diseases when they have to protect a village from an army of Scythians.

  • 5.

    A Good Day

    The never ending war between Caesar and Pompey comes to a stalemate when Xena intervenes to save a Greek village.

  • 6.

    A Tale of Two Muses

    In a village where dance is forbidden, Xena, Gabrielle and Autolycus bring back the joy of life.

  • 7.

    Locked Up and Tied Down

    Xena is condemned to spend the rest of her life in Shark Island Prison for the murder of a woman called Thalassa when she was the Destroyer of Nations. She agrees to serve the sentences and starts her hard, new life, but Gabrielle knows the situation is unfair and decides to travel to Shark Island disguised as a healer.

  • 8.

    Crusader

    Xena finds a heavy rival in her love to Gabrielle: the leader of a fundamentalist religion who seduces the blonde bard.

  • 9.

    Past Imperfect

    Xena has to face a copycat of her former cruel warlord self, while remembering the last days of his former (male) lover, Borias.

  • 10.

    The Key to the Kingdom

    For years, Autolycus has dreamt of stealing the legendary Crown of Athena, but knows it cannot be possessed without a special “key”. When Joxer turns up with Meg, the slutty Xena lookalike, it looks as if Autolycus may be able to achieve his ambition after all.

  • 11.

    Daughter of Pomira

    Xena and Gabrielle have to rescue the daughter of one of Xena’s former men, who was kidnapped and has lived most of her life with the Horde.

  • 12.

    If the Shoe Fits…

    Cinderella’s fairy tale can be more complicated when Xena, Gabrielle, Joxer and mostly Aphrodite are involved in it. Add a bunch of evil warlords and a bit of madness.

  • 13.

    Paradise Found

    Gabrielle thinks she has found a new guru to help finding her inner peace, but becoming a giant stone Smurfette maybe isn’t the best way.

  • 14.

    Devi

    Xena and Gabrielle arrive to India, where they meet a mysterious man, Eli, and Gabrielle finds out she has healing powers.

  • 15.

    Between the Lines

    Xena and Gabrielle save a woman in India from dying in the fire pit where her husband’s corpse is being burnt. She sends them to the future, where Xena is a pacifist and Gabrielle a male warrior, to fight Alti’s reincarnation.

  • 16.

    The Way

    Xena loses her arms, just to gain four of them, fighting a Hindi demon, having god Krishna as an ally. Gabrielle, instead, embraces the non-violent way.

  • 17.

    The Play’s the Thing

    Gabrielle is persuaded by a tricky producer, Zehra, to direct a theatre play. While she’s helped by Joxer and tries to get a high quality play, she doesn’t know Zehra has inverted money from dangerous warlords, and if the play fails (as Zehra wishes), her life will be in danger.

  • 18.

    The Convert

    Joxer kills for the first time, and Najara is back. The fanatic crusader claims she’s changed and has forsaken violence. Xena refuses to believe her, but Gabrielle considers it’s possible after Najara says she changed after meeting Eli.

  • 19.

    Takes One to Know One

    Happy birthday, Gabrielle! But the party is ruined when the gang has to solve a Clue puzzle about the killing of a bounty hunter.

  • 20.

    Endgame

    Ephiny, Queen of the Amazons, dies in a battle against the Romans, killed by Caesar’s right hand, Brutus. Gabrielle must return as the new Queen to the Amazon territory, where she has to decide whether she forgives Brutus or not. However, Brutus is not the only menace: Pompey is also planning to attack them.

  • 21.

    The Ides of March

    When Caesar, advised by Callisto, fixes a price for Xena’s head, the Warrior Princess believes it’s finally the time to kill him — even if that may lead her and Gabrielle to the death by crucifixion she saw in Alti’s vision.

  • 22.

    Deja Vu All Over Again

    In modern-day America, a woman named Annie believes she was Xena, warrior princess, in a past life. Her husband, Harry, scoffs, but they both get a surprise when they visit a new age practitioner who takes them through their former lives.

  • 1.

    Fallen Angel

    Xena and Gabrielle’s souls reach Heaven, but they have to face their old enemy, Callisto, who is now a demon and kidnaps Gabrielle and carries her to Hell. In the Earth, Joxer, Amarice and Eli decide to recover Xena and Gabrielle’s bodies from the crosses where they died.

  • 2.

    Chakram

    After coming back to life, Xena forgets her life as a warrior. Meanwhile, Ares and another god of war, Kal, try to get a new chakram, the Chakram of Light, which has the power to kill gods, but can only be taken by an absolutely pure soul.

  • 3.

    Succession

    Fused together into a single body by the ruthless Ares, Xena and Gabrielle are forced to battle the female warrior Mavican – to the death.

  • 4.

    Animal Attraction

    While staying in the town of Spamona with Gabrielle, Amarice, Joxer and his friend Arman, Xena begins to show signs that she could be pregnant.

  • 5.

    Them Bones, Them Bones

    Xena’s nightmares about her upcoming baby lead herself, Gabrielle and Amarice to the lands of the Northern Amazons, where they’ll have to face Alti once again.

  • 6.

    Purity

    With Gabrielle and Joxer in tow, Xena returns to the town of Chin to wrestle Lao Ma’s book of power from the hands of an evil-minded twin.

  • 7.

    Back in the Bottle

    A disturbing vision draws Xena, Gabrielle and Joxer back to the city of Chin, where the power-hungry warlord Khan has joined forces with the evil spirits of Pao Ssu and her brother, Ming T’ien.

  • 8.

    Little Problems

    In a classic case of miscommunication, the goddess Aphrodite attempts to switch Xena’s body with that of a dying young girl. But it’s not exactly what the warrior princess had in mind.

  • 9.

    Seeds of Faith

    Ares decides he must stop Eli from spreading his message of love and peace when he convinces a group of villagers they don’t need the gods anymore.

  • 10.

    Lyre, Lyre, Hearts on Fire

    Xena and Gabrielle organize a musical contest in Melodia, musical capital of Greece, to decide who gets Terpsichore’s Lyre. Xena has to face her mother, Cyrene, who’s looking for a father for her still unborn grandchild; Gabrielle has to face Draco, who’s still in love with her; and Joxer has to face her brother Jace, because their relation isn’t really close. This is the second musical episode in ‘Xena’.

  • 11.

    Punch Lines

    In an effort to break through her writer’s block, Gabrielle recounts an eventful day to Aphrodite in which she and her horse, Argo, were miniaturized by Lachrymose, the god of despair.

  • 12.

    God Fearing Child

    When Zeus learns that Xena’s unborn child is part of a prophecy that foretells Zeus’s demise, he launches an attack against the pregnant warrior princess, prompting Hercules to fly to her rescue.

  • 13.

    Eternal Bonds

    Joxer is wounded by followers of the Olympian gods set on killing Eve to stop the Twilight. While Gabrielle and Joxer go to find the antidote Xena looks for a way to stop the armies of the deities.

  • 14.

    Amphipolis Under Siege

    Xena, Gabrielle and Eve arrive to Amphipolis, where the villagers decide to face their patron goddess, Athena, whose army has put the town under siege until she kills Xena’s daughter.

  • 15.

    Married with Fishsticks

    When she’s into a fight between Aphrodite and Discord, Gabrielle falls into the sea and when she wakes up, she’s a siren named Crustacea, and she’s married to a Joxer look-alike called Hagar.

  • 16.

    Lifeblood

    Upon arriving in the Amazon village, Xena and Gabrielle suddenly face the prospect of war and decide to delay their original plans of making baby Eve an Amazonian princess.

  • 17.

    Kindred Spirits

    Joxer must be judged for being a peeping tom, but a wrestling round with Xena will save his life. Gabrielle thinks about her role of Queen of Amazons.

  • 18.

    Antony and Cleopatra

    A snake hidden in a scroll kills Cleopatra in Egypt, so Xena disguises as the Queen and Gabrielle as her servant to save Egypt from the Romans, who are divided among the followers of Brutus, Marc Antony and Octavius (Caesar’s adopted son). While they look for Cleopatra’s killer, something unexpected happens: Xena falls in love with Antony.

  • 19.

    Looking Death in the Eye

    Old Joxer tells his children the story of the last adventure of Xena and Gabrielle, when they tried to trick the gods in order to stop them from attacking them and their beloved ones.

  • 20.

    Livia

    Xena and Gabrielle awaken in the ice tomb where Ares put their bodies when he thought were dead. They find out that those events happened 25 years before and Eve has grown up as a Roman, Livia, who is now a bloodthirsty warrior who is trying to eliminate Eli’s cult.

  • 21.

    Eve

    Livia refuses to accept she’s Eve, the daughter of Xena, and keeps killing the followers of Eli even in a more cruel way to please Ares and become the Empress of Rome.

  • 22.

    Motherhood

    When the Olympians gods discover that Livia is Eve, they again fear the Twilight prophecy. Athena sends the Furies to a special mission: they must turn Gabrielle mad until she kills Eve. However, when Eve is initiated in the Way of Love, Xena is given the power to kill gods.

  • 1.

    Coming Home

    Xena, Gabrielle and Eve arrive to the Amazon lands, where they meet the new Queen, Marga, and discover the tribe is fighting Ares, because he wants the ambrosia he thinks they keep hidden, and that would turn him into a god again. In addition, Ares is being tortured by the Furies, who want him to kill Xena to avenge the death of the Olympian Gods.

  • 2.

    The Haunting of Amphipolis

    Xena arrives home in Amphipolis with Gabrielle and Eve, only to find her home town deserted…and haunted.

  • 3.

    Heart of Darkness

    An archangel called Lucifer is sent to Earth to force Xena to go to Hell as the new Queen and thus close the portal to Hell before evil takes control of the people, but the Warrior Princess decides to trick him to take her place.

  • 4.

    Who’s Gurkhan?

    Gabrielles comes home to Potedaia, where she meets her sister Lila. There, Lila tells her that a man called Gurkhan kidnapped her daughter, Sarah, and eventually killed her parents and her husband. Looking for revenge, Gabrielle decides to Gurkhan’s palace in the walled city of Moghador, in Northern Africa, with Xena, Eve and Virgil.

  • 5.

    Legacy

    Xena and Gabrielle are welcome to the deserts of North Africa by a group of nomads. However, guilt starts haunting Gabrielle when she accidentally kills one of the nomads, thinking he was attacking them.

  • 6.

    The Abyss

    While fighting a tribe of scary cannibals, Xena and Gabrielle declare finally in plain words their love for each other, as “soul mates”.

  • 7.

    The Rheingold

    A Norse man called Beowulf shows Xena a strange padlock which reminds her of her past in the Norselands. The next morning, Xena’s gone: she’s travelling with Beowulf to mend some actions from her past, and Gabrielle decides to follow them. She finally reaches the Norselands, where she meets a woman called Brunnhilda who tells her about Xena’s past as an evil valkyrie and her relationship with Odin, and how he told her where the powerful Rheingold was kept.

  • 8.

    The Ring

    Gabrielle, Brunnhilda and Beowulf find Xena alive after the Grindl’s attack. When they arrive to the mine where the Grindl is hidden, Xena reveals the monster was once the valkyrie Grinhilda, who put the Rheingold Ring on her finger as a desperate attempt to stop Xena’s reign of terror.

  • 9.

    Return of the Valkyrie

    One year after the fight in the swamp against Odin and the valkyries, Beowulf and his sidekick, Wiglaf, visit King Hrothgar of Denmark the day of his wedding. Beowulf gets shocked when she discovers the bride is Xena, who’s lost her memory and everyone calls Wealthea. After the wedding, Beowulf persuades Xena about who she is and what she has to do: come back to the swamp to awake Gabrielle… if Grinhilda doesn’t kill them before.

  • 10.

    Old Ares Had a Farm

    Xena, Gabrielle and Ares enjoy the country life while hiding from a bunch of angry warlords pursuing the former god of War.

  • 11.

    Dangerous Prey

    A prince named Morloch is hunting the Amazons as if they were animals. When he kills Marga, Xena must teach Varia what she needs to know to succeed the Queen. Gabrielle stays at the Amazon village, and Xena and Varia, who refuses the Warrior Princess’ help, go their way to kill Morloch.

  • 12.

    The God You Know

    Archangel Michael asks Xena and Gabrielle to kill Caligula, Emperor of Rome turned into a god, who is pursuing Eve and the other Elijans. When Xena arrives to Rome, Ares prevent her from killing Caligula, because that would mean Aphrodite’s death.

  • 13.

    You Are There

    A modern day reporter arrives in the Norse country to find the truth behind Xena’s recent arrival, and also to discover if she really is a hero or a villain.

  • 14.

    Path of Vengeance

    Eve comes to the Amazon lands, where she’s captured and judged by the Queens. While Gabrielle joins her sister to try and save Eve, Xena discovers Varia has made a mistake once again by allying herself with Ares.

  • 15.

    To Helicon and Back

    Varia is kidnapped by Belerophon, the son of Artemis, and Gabrielle leads the Amazons to his fortress in Helicon to rescue the Queen.

  • 16.

    Send in the Clones

    The nth reincarnation of Alti clones Xena and Gabrielle to make havoc in present World, helped by a trio of nerds with strangely known faces.

  • 17.

    Last of the Centaurs

    Ephiny’s ghost asks Gabrielle to help her son, Xenan, who is in danger: a man called Belach wants to kill him because he has kidnapped his daughter, Nicha. But when Xena, Gabrielle and Ephiny meet Belach, they discover he is Borias’ son. While they try to stop Belach to complete a vengeance against all the centaurs, Xena remembers how she met Borias and how he left his first family for Xena’s love.

  • 18.

    When Fates Collide

    Julius Caesar escapes from the Underworld and changes the loom of the Fates, so he changes destiny. He now is married with Xena and rule powerful Roman Empire, Gabrielle is a successful theatre writer who misses a more interesting life and Joxer is a Roman soldier.

  • 19.

    Many Happy Returns

    Happy birthday again, Gabrielle! This time the girls fall victims of their reciprocal practical jokes, but with the help of Aphrodite and a lovely poem by Sappho the couple will make peace and will fly to the sunset.

  • 20.

    Soul Possession

    There is the explanation why Gabrielle didn’t die in a fire chasm at the end of third season. And there is an adjustment about sexes among Xena/Gabrielle/Joxer’s reincarnations.

  • 21.

    A Friend in Need: Part 1

    A dead woman from Xena’s past sends a monk to ask the warrior princess for help. Xena and Gabrielle travel to the far land of Japa, which Xena visited a long time ago, to face an evil spirit and his army.

  • 22.

    A Friend in Need: Part 2

    When Xena dies in order to fight Yodoshi as a ghost, Gabrielle starts a dangerous journey to retrieve her friend’s body and put her ashes into the Fountain of Strength, which will bring her back from the dead.

This article is about the series. For the title character, see Xena. For the eponymous video game based on the series, see Xena: Warrior Princess (video game).

Xena: Warrior Princess

Opening sequence title card

Genre
  • Action
  • Adventure
  • Supernatural
  • Fantasy
Created by
  • John Schulian
  • Robert Tapert
Developed by
  • R.J. Stewart
  • Sam Raimi
Starring
  • Lucy Lawless
  • Renee O’Connor
Composer Joseph LoDuca
Country of origin United States
Original language English
No. of seasons 6
No. of episodes 134 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producers
  • Robert Tapert
  • Sam Raimi
Production location New Zealand
Running time 45–48 minutes
Production companies Renaissance Pictures
Universal Television
Original release
Network Syndication
Release September 4, 1995 –
June 18, 2001
Related
  • Hercules and Xena – The Animated Movie: The Battle for Mount Olympus
  • Hercules: The Legendary Journeys
  • Young Hercules

Xena: Warrior Princess is an American fantasy television series filmed on location in New Zealand, which aired in first-run syndication from September 4, 1995, to June 18, 2001.[1] Critics have praised the series for its strong female protagonist, and it has acquired a strong cult following, attention in fandom, parody, and academia, and has influenced the direction of other television series.[2]

Writer-director-producer Robert Tapert created the series in 1995 under his production tag, Renaissance Pictures, with executive producers R. J. Stewart (who developed the series along with Tapert) and Sam Raimi. The series narrative follows Xena (played by Lucy Lawless), an infamous warrior looking to be redeemed for her past sins against the innocent by using her formidable fighting skills to aid those who are defenseless. Her companion Gabrielle (played by Renee O’Connor) grows from a simple farm girl into an Amazon warrior and Xena’s soulmate and comrade-in-arms during the series; her initial naïveté helps to balance Xena and assists her in recognizing and pursuing the greater good. In 2012, star Lucy Lawless asserted that her character, Xena, was from «ancient Bulgaria, Thrace»,[3] when the character is stated in the series to come from the ancient Greek city of Amphipolis,[4] which is located in the nearby region of Central Macedonia[5] in modern Greece. However, at the time, Amphipolis was, in fact, a Thracian city which was inhabited by Greeks, so it is likely that she was Thracian by birth, and Greek by culture.

The show is a spin-off of the television series Hercules: The Legendary Journeys;[6] the saga began with three episodes in Hercules in which Xena was a recurring character originally scheduled to die in her third appearance. Aware of the character’s sudden popularity among the public, the producers of the series decided to launch a spin-off series based on her adventures. Xena became a successful show which has aired in more than 108 countries around the world since 1998. In 2004[7] and 2007, it ranked #9 and #10 on TV Guides Top Cult Shows Ever[8] and the title character ranked #100 on Bravo’s 100 Greatest TV Characters.[9] Xenas success has led to hundreds of tie-in products, including comics, books, video games and conventions, realized annually since 1998 in Pasadena, California and in London.[10]

The series overtook its predecessor in ratings and in popularity.[11] In its second season it became the top-rated syndicated drama series on American television. For all six years, Xena remained in the top five.[12] Cancellation of the series was announced in October 2000, and the series finale aired in the summer of 2001.[13] On August 13, 2015 NBC Entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt said a Xena reboot was in development, with Raimi and Tapert returning as executive producers, with the show’s debut sometime in 2016.[14] Javier Grillo-Marxuach was hired as writer and producer for the reboot,[15] but left the project in April 2017 because of creative differences. In August 2017, NBC announced that it had cancelled its plans for the reboot for the foreseeable future.[16]

Shooting locations[edit]

«In a time of ancient gods, warlords and kings, a land in turmoil cried out for a hero. She was Xena, a mighty princess forged in the heat of battle. The power, the passion, the danger. Her courage will change the world!»

— opening narration, read by Don LaFontaine.

Xena: Warrior Princess is set primarily in a fantasy version of ancient Greece (sometimes alluding to Roman Greece) and was filmed in New Zealand. Some filming locations are confidential, but many scenes were recorded in places such as the Waitākere Ranges Regional Park, part of the Auckland Regional parks often credited at the end of the episodes.[17]

The Ancient Greece depicted in the show is largely derived from historical locations and customs, modifying known places and events – battles, trading routes, towns, and so on – to generate an attractive fictional world. The settlements are presented as a mixture of walled villages and rural hamlets set in a lush green, mountainous landscape. They are often seen under attack from warlords, and travelling between them involves frequent encounters with small bands of outlaws. All of the main towns are named after historic towns of Ancient Greece, and exhibit some of their essential characteristics – Amphipolis (birthplace of Xena[4]), Potidaea (birthplace of Gabrielle[18]), Athens (birthplace of Joxer[19]), Corinth, Delphi, and Cirra (birthplace of Callisto[20]) which was burnt to the ground by Xena’s army.

As the show progressed, however, events took place throughout more modern times and places, from Cleopatra’s Alexandria to Julius Caesar’s Rome. The mythology of the show transitioned from that of the Olympian Gods to include Judeo-Christian elements. Eastern religions were touched on as well, disregarding concerns about the accuracy of the setting. One episode, «The Way», which loosely interpreted elements of Hinduism as major plot points, generated controversy, requiring the producers to add a disclaimer at the head of the episode and a tag explaining the episode’s intentions at its end.[21]

Mythological and supernatural locations are presented as equally real, physical places, often accessed through physical portals hidden in the landscape such as lakes and caves. They include the Elysian Fields, Tartarus, the River Styx, Valhalla, Heaven and Hell. The inhabitants of such places – gods, mythological beings and forces – are for the most part manifested as human characters who can move at will between their domains and the real world. Ares, the Greek God of War, for instance, is an egotistical man who wears studded black leather, and Aphrodite, Goddess of Love, is a California Valley girl who uses typical Valley girl slang and dresses in flowing, translucent pink gowns.

Production[edit]

Series format[edit]

Lucy Lawless at the July 2010 San Diego Comic-Con

Xena is a historical fantasy set primarily in ancient Greece, although the setting is flexible in both time and location and occasionally features Egyptian,[22] Indian, Chinese, Central Asian,[23] and Medieval European[24] elements. The flexible fantasy framework of the show accommodates a considerable range of theatrical styles, from high melodrama to slapstick comedy, from whimsical and musical[25] to all-out action and adventure. While the show is typically set in ancient times, its themes are essentially modern and it investigates the ideas of taking responsibility for past misdeeds, the value of human life, personal liberty and sacrifice, and friendship. The show often addresses ethical dilemmas, such as the morality of pacifism; however, the storylines rarely seek to provide unequivocal solutions.

Xena freely borrows names and themes from various mythologies around the world, primarily the Greek, anachronistically adapting them to suit the demands of the storyline. Historical figures and events from a number of different historical eras and myths make numerous appearances, and the main characters are often credited with resolving important historical situations. These include an encounter with Homer before he was famous, in which Gabrielle encourages his storytelling aspirations;[26] the fall of Troy;[27] and the capture of Caesar by pirates, with Xena cast as the pirate leader.

Competing religions are treated as compatible and co-existent in a henotheistic world, allowing the Greek Pantheon to live side by side with the Norse Gods, Indian Deities, the «God of Love» and others. Each god, or set of gods, controls a different part of the world, and (in the show) survives only while people believe in it. In seasons four and five, the Greek people gradually transfer their faith from the Greek Gods to the «God of Love» over an approximate 25-year period, and as their power fades, the Greek Gods are almost all killed off in a climactic battle.

This quirky mix of timelines and the amalgamation of historical and mythological elements fueled the rise of the show to cult status during the 1990s and early 2000s. It was one of the first shows to tap into its Internet following, allowing fans from all over the world to discuss and suggest things related to the show. The Xena fandom is still an active community today.

Casting[edit]

Renee O’Connor at the 2007 Xena Convention.

Xena: Warrior Princess starred Lucy Lawless as Xena and Renee O’Connor as Gabrielle. The first choice for Xena was the British actress Vanessa Angel,[28] but an illness prevented her from travelling, and the role was offered to four other actresses before the relatively unknown Lawless. Sunny Doench was cast as Gabrielle, but she did not want to leave her boyfriend in the United States, so O’Connor, who had appeared in Hercules in another role, was chosen.

The show features a wide assortment of recurring characters, many of them portrayed by New Zealand actors. Ted Raimi became a core member of the cast from the second season as Joxer. Actor Kevin Tod Smith played popular character Ares, God of War, and Alexandra Tydings played his counterpart Aphrodite, Goddess of Love. Marton Csokas portrayed both Borias and Krafstar. Other notables included Karl Urban in a variety of roles such as Cupid and Caesar, Hudson Leick as Xena’s nemesis Callisto (Leick also played a body-switched Xena in the episode «Intimate Stranger»[29]), Claire Stansfield as the evil shamaness Alti, and a number of trusted friends – Jennifer Sky as feisty sidekick Amarice, Danielle Cormack as Amazon regent Ephiny, Bruce Campbell as Autolycus King of Thieves, Robert Trebor as dodgy entrepreneur Salmoneus, William Gregory Lee as the warrior-poet Virgil and Tim Omundson as the spiritual healer Eli.

Theme music[edit]

Composer Joseph LoDuca wrote the theme music and incidental music, and co-wrote the lyrics for the songs in «The Bitter Suite.» The theme music was developed from the traditional Bulgarian folk song «Kaval sviri,» sung by the Bulgarian State Television Female Vocal Choir. The original «Kaval sviri» can be heard where Xena races into battle in the Hercules episode «Unchained Heart.»

The musical score of Xena: Warrior Princess was critically well received and garnered seven Emmy nominations for LoDuca, who won the Emmy award for Outstanding Music Composition for a Series (Dramatic Underscore) for the Season 5 episode Fallen Angel in 2000. Most of the series’ music was made available on six soundtrack albums. Two of these albums contain the soundtracks from the musical episodes «The Bitter Suite» (Season 3) and «Lyre, Lyre, Hearts on Fire» (Season 5).

Characters[edit]

Main[edit]

The series follows Xena and her traveling companion Gabrielle. Xena is on a quest to redeem herself for her dark past by using her formidable fighting skills to help people. In Hercules, during her two first episodes, Xena was a villain and a powerful warlord, but in her third appearance she joins Hercules to defeat the warlord Darphus, who had taken her army. During her own series, Xena spends almost every episode on a different mission, always trying to do the right thing, fighting for what she refers to as the «greater good».[30] Xena’s trademark weapon is a chakram, and she also uses a sword.[31] Xena also has to fight her own past; she has never forgiven herself for her crimes, and often has to resist the temptation to return to her evil ways, but she always resists with the help of Gabrielle. Gabrielle is Xena’s best friend, soulmate and greatest ally. She is introduced in the first episode, first as a big fan of Xena and her history,[4] but soon becomes a notable character in her own right. As the show progresses she undergoes significant changes in costume and style, evolving from a simple farm girl to a talented bard, and eventually to a formidable warrior. She is initiated into a tribe of Amazons,[32] learns to fight with a staff, and is trained by Xena. In the first season, Xena and Gabrielle meet Joxer,[20] a comic man who styles himself «Joxer the Magnificent», and later «Joxer the Mighty.»[33] Joxer’s goal is to fight for justice, but unfortunately with no physical know-how of his own, he remains the show’s main comic relief. Eventually he becomes a close friend to Xena and Gabrielle.

Others[edit]

In the first season, Xena and Gabrielle meet two of their greatest enemies: Callisto (Hudson Leick),[20] a vengeful warrior woman, and Ares (Kevin Tod Smith), the Greek God of War.[34] Callisto is Xena’s arch-enemy and a major antagonist over the course of the series. When Callisto was a child, her home village of Cirra was burned nearly to the ground by Xena, killing her family.[20] She was left traumatized by the attack and eventually went insane, becoming obsessed with exacting revenge on Xena. She displays a bizarre brand of sadistic, gleeful, shrieking cruelty towards Xena and her associates. Hercules himself reappears alongside Iolaus — who becomes interested in Gabrielle — when Xena seeks to free Prometheus from Hera.

Ares — suave, charming, witty, yet ruthless and amoral — often represents, especially in the early seasons, the seductive power of war and the dark side. He repeatedly attempts to lure Xena away from her quest for redemption, and tries to win her over as his Warrior Queen.[34] He offers her huge armies and historic victories, great wealth and great power, and in later seasons his love,[35] offers which she consistently rejects despite sometimes being tempted. Much of his relationship with Xena remains ambiguous, including whether he is at least partly redeemed by his love for Xena, and to what extent Xena reciprocates his feelings. He says several times that he «has a thing» for Xena, and he pursues her sexually and romantically. This seems to prevent him killing her, even when pitted against her in deadly combat.[36][37] Likewise, it is suggested that Xena has strong feelings for Ares, but throughout the series she is never seen to act on them.

Other major antagonists of the show include Caesar and Alti, a Roman official and shamaness respectively. Caesar’s first appearance was in the second-season episode «Destiny.» He is introduced as a young Roman patrician[38] brimming with arrogance — so much so, that when he is captured by Xena and her pirates he is not afraid. When threatened by Xena he tells her «I know what I’m fated to do with my life.«[39] He pretends to let Xena seduce him, when in reality she is the one being seduced. This ultimately leads to her capture and crucifixion at his hands,[39] and he orders his men to break her legs — an extremely painful memory that is often revisited during the series. Caesar’s betrayal fills her with rage, and is the catalyst for her transition from pirate to warlord.

Alti is an evil shamaness from the Northern Amazon tribes of Siberia, who had been driven out of her tribe because of her hunger for power. She is one of the most influential people encountered by Xena in her dark days, and possesses a wealth of spiritual powers, including travelling to the spiritual realm. Alti is probably best known for her trademark stare, which brings up pain and suffering from the target’s life and unleashes the torment once again (in the form of both pain and physical symptoms). When she stares at Xena, Xena often feels the pain of her legs being broken,[39] her back being snapped,[40] and a crippling barrage of attacks from her worst enemies. As Alti grows in power during the series, she can also conjure up pain and suffering from a person’s future, and from their future lives. This power backfires early in Season 4, when she shows Xena a vision from her future, of her and Gabrielle being crucified on Mount Amarro.[41] Xena realizes that Gabrielle must still be alive, and this gives her the strength to defeat Alti.

Over the course of the series, viewers were also introduced to family members of both Xena and Gabrielle, but most notably featured their children. Xena gave her first child, a son named Solan, to a group of centaurs after the death of his father, Borias, who was killed in combat against a warrior in Xena’s employ. Solan never knew that Xena was his mother, despite knowing Xena for a long time. While aiding Xena and Boudica to defend Britannia against Caesar, Gabrielle comes into contact with an evil cult that tricks her into killing one of its priestesses, Meridian.[42] Using her, the dark god Dahak impregnates Gabrielle just as Xena rescues her.[42] Over the next few days the child grows inside Gabrielle, and she eventually (and quite dramatically) gives birth to a girl, naming her Hope.[43] Even though she is the seed of an evil deity, Gabrielle tells Xena that she is also a part of her and that there must be some good in her as well. Being the daughter of Dahak, she quickly developed supernatural powers, and kills within hours of being born, proving to Xena that there was no chance of saving her. Hope aged amazingly fast, and, mere months after being drifted down a river by her mother, she appeared to be about 9 years old. Despite Gabrielle’s hopes that she would «be good», Hope killed Xena’s son Solan before being poisoned by Gabrielle herself.[44]

During the episode «The Ides of March», at the end of season 4, Xena and Gabrielle were crucified by the Romans, as Caesar is betrayed and killed by Brutus. They are later revived by a mystic named Eli with the spiritual aid of Callisto, who by that time had become an angel;[45] Callisto also engineers a plan to have Xena conceive a daughter after the resurrection, and this child is prophesied to bring about the Twilight of the Olympian gods; this girl was named Eve.[46] To escape the gods’ persecution, Xena and Gabrielle fake their deaths, but their plan goes awry when Ares buries them in an ice cave where they sleep for 25 years;[47] during that time, Eve is adopted by the Roman nobleman Octavius and grows up to become Livia, the Champion of Rome, and a ruthless persecutor of Eli’s followers.[48] After her return, Xena is able to turn Livia to repentance, and Livia takes back the name Eve and becomes the Messenger of Eli. After Eve’s cleansing by baptism, Xena is granted the power to kill gods as long as her daughter lives. In a final confrontation, the Twilight comes to pass when Xena kills most of the gods on Olympus to save her daughter, and is herself saved by Ares when he gives up his immortality to heal the badly injured and dying Eve and Gabrielle.[49]

Geography[edit]

The vast majority of locations in the series are fictional. However, a few locations in the plot are centered on real Ancient Greek towns, including:

Amphipolis[edit]

Xena – the main character of the show – was born in the city of Amphipolis in northern Greece. Xena and her best friend, Gabrielle, frequently visited there over the course of the series and it was referenced often. Xena described Amphipolis as «full of life», although several times it was full of death: for instance, the city became a breeding ground for demons after Xena and Gabrielle returned from their twenty-five-year sleep. Mephistopheles, the King of Hell, had captured the soul of Xena’s mother Cyrene and imprisoned her in Hell.

In the backstory of the show, ten years ago Xena had set out to become a warrior to protect Amphipolis from attacks by a warlord called Cortese.
This was the journey that turned her into a fierce fighter with an evil reputation. When she was inspired to fight for good, she returned to Amphipolis, seeking a reunion with her mother. Along the way, she met Gabrielle in Potidaea.

In a fictionalized conversation between Julius Caesar and Xena in the «Destiny» episode in Season 2, Xena tells him Stageira «is the ancient enemy of my homeland, Amphipolis.»

Potidaea[edit]

Gabrielle was born in Potidaea in Chalkidiki, Greece, which features many times as a rural village, which should have been portrayed as a fishing village. Many pivotal episodes are based here, including the series premiere, «Sins of The Past», and «A Family Affair».

Athens[edit]

Further information: Athens

Joxer was brought up in the city of Athens, capital of Greece, and it is often mentioned in passing. Xena and Gabrielle rarely pass through it, but it was the main setting for the clip show «Athens City Academy of the Performing Bards», and was nearly visited in «One Against an Army» and «Blind Faith».

Cirra[edit]

Callisto is from Cirra in Phocis, central Greece. Xena’s army torched the village when Callisto was a child, killing most of her family. Xena and Gabrielle only visit Cirra once, although it is mentioned often.

Countries[edit]

In addition to Greece, Xena and Gabrielle visit many countries during their travels, including Italy (usually referred to by its capital, Rome), China, (called Chin), Japan (known as Jappa, only seen in the finale, and mentioned in passing in «Who’s Gurkhan»), Great Britain (known as Brittania), India, Siberia, Egypt (called ‘The Land of the Pharaohs’), Sahara, Morocco (in «Who’s Gurkhan» and «Legacy») and several Scandinavian countries (called ‘Norseland’).

To remain in keeping with the ancient world, and to avoid using modern names, the script often removed the last letter of a country’s name, changing China to Chin, and Japan to Jappa.

HerculesXena Universe franchise media[edit]

There have been numerous Xena spin-offs into various media, including films, books, comics and video games.

Movies[edit]

Hercules and Xena – The Animated Movie: The Battle for Mount Olympus, a direct-to-video animated movie, was released in January 1998. The film features the voices of actors from both Hercules: The Legendary Journeys and Xena: Warrior Princess – including Lucy Lawless, Kevin Sorbo, Michael Hurst and Renee O’Connor. The plot involves Hercules’ mother being kidnapped by Zeus and the release of the Titans. Xena and Gabrielle have supporting roles in the movie.

Since the end of the series, rumors have circulated that a feature-length movie was in the works. In 2003, screenwriter Katherine Fugate was approached for the project, and was quoted saying that she expected the start of production to be three to five years away, which suggested a release sometime between 2006 and 2009.[50] Actress Lucy Lawless was quoted in several interviews saying she would be interested in participating in a Xena film as well.[51]

In April 2009, Robert Tapert stated there was no intention of a live-action Xena feature film. «It’s something that just won’t happen….In twenty years or ten years, in some amount of years, like McGyver, like Charlie’s Angels, it [could] happen like that [with other actresses].»[52]

Following the continued online popularity of the show, a global campaign to directly bombard Universal Pictures with requests for a Xena movie was launched in April 2013. Over a few days, hundreds of thousands of messages were sent showing support for the production of a Xena film starring the original cast. After receiving acknowledgement from Universal Studios’ offices in Australia, Finland, and Spain, campaign efforts were rewarded in May 2013 when Lucy Lawless stated on her Twitter account that she had been contacted by a «chap who wants to re-invigorate the #Xena brand», while warning fans that «there’s a lot of red tape around #XWP so don’t get your knickers in a twist. It may come back in a different form».[53][54][55] Since then, Lucy Lawless has appeared on multiple televised interviews showing her support of a potential revival of the Xena franchise, stating that talks are currently underway to resolve legal issues impeding the progress of a potential Xena movie project.

Literature[edit]

Many books have been released as tie-ins, including The Official Guide to the Xenaverse by Robert Weisbrot.[56] This includes a detailed episode guide for the first two seasons, a look behind the scenes, the story of the origin of the show, biographies of cast and crew, and trivia about the show. After the sixth and final season, Xena Warrior Princess: Complete Illustrated Companion[57] was published.

In 1998, XENA: All I Need to Know I Learned From the Warrior Princess,[58] was published, allegedly written by Gabrielle, Bard of Potidaea and «translated» by Josepha Sherman.[59][unreliable source?] In it, Gabrielle writes enthusiastically about many of the lessons that she learned. For example, in a chapter entitled «Anything can be a weapon- Anything!», she instructs the reader on fighting with unconventional weapons; in another, «Nobody Likes a Winer», she bemoans the perils of alcohol.

There have been a number of novelizations by authors such as Martin H. Greenberg, and fiction such as The Empty Throne, The Huntress and The Sphinx, The Thief of Hermes, and Prophecy of Darkness. The series has also figured in many doctoral theses, including a thesis by French/American scholar, Dr. Anne Sweet, Girl Power Interrogated in Xena Warrior Princess and Charmed, Social and Economic Issues at Play in the Politics of Gender.[60]

Comics[edit]

There have been a number of comic adaptations. The earliest ones were released by Topps Comics and Dark Horse Comics (written by Ian Edginton and John Wagner). More recently the license has moved to Dynamite Entertainment.[61]

Role-playing game[edit]

West End Games published the Hercules & Xena Roleplaying Game in 1998.

Collectible card game[edit]

Wizards of the Coast published the Xena: Warrior Princess collectible card game in May 1998.

Video games[edit]

  • Simutronics Corporation created an MMORPG under license called Hercules & Xena: Alliance of Heroes, based on both Xena: Warrior Princess and Hercules: The Legendary Journeys. In subsequent years—after the two series left first run—Simutronics relinquished the license, removed trademarked material and rebranded the game as Alliance of Heroes. With a dwindling player base, the game was closed down on November 2, 2015.
  • Electronic Arts published Xena: Warrior Princess video game for the PS1 in 1999. Played from a third-person perspective, the game play involves slashing, jumping, and kicking through a variety of primitive 3D environments. Xena can also find and use power-ups and her trademark chakram. Once thrown, the chakram becomes a first-person weapon to guide toward enemies.
  • Saffire published Xena: Warrior Princess: The Talisman of Fate for the Nintendo 64 console in 1999.
  • Xena: Warrior Princess for the Game Boy Color was developed and released by Titus Software in 2000.
  • Xena: Warrior Princess: Death in Chains, a multi-path video game for the PC adapted from and expanding upon the television episode of the same name, although none of the original actors provide their voices.
  • Xena: Warrior Princess: Girls Just Wanna Have Fun, another multi-path video game for the PC, again adapted from and expanding upon the television episode of the same name, again without the original voice actors.
  • Xena: Warrior Princess for the PS2 only released in Europe.

VHS releases[edit]

Universal released seasons 1–6 on VHS in 1999–2001.[62][63][64][65][66][67]

DVD releases[edit]

Anchor Bay Entertainment released all 6 seasons of Xena: Warrior Princess on DVD in Region 1 between 2003 and 2005, with a wide range of extras. As of 2010, these releases have been discontinued.

On January 12, 2010, Universal Studios Home Entertainment announced plans to re-release Xena: Warrior Princess on DVD. They have subsequently re-released all six seasons. A complete series set was released on May 17, 2016.[68]

In Region 2 & 4, Universal Pictures released the entire series on DVD. In addition, a complete series collection was released on DVD in Region 2 on October 8, 2007.

Region 4 DVD:

  • Season 1: Part 1 and Season 1: Part 2 on 4 February 2002 (Slipbox with 3 Amaray Cases)
  • Season 2: Part 1 and Season 2: Part 2 on 3 October 2002 (Slipbox with 3 Amaray Cases)
  • Season 3 on 27 June 2003 (Slipbox with 25mm Amaray Case)
  • Season 4, Season 5 and Season 6 on 27 July 2004 (Slipbox with 25mm Amaray Case)
  • On 10 October 2005, each season were reissued into Parts 1 & 2 in standard DVD cases
  • Seasons 1-6 (Limited Edition Collector’s Bag on 14 November 2006.
  • The Ultimate Collection on 11 October 2018

Reception[edit]

Critical response[edit]

On Rotten Tomatoes, the first season has a rating of 89%, based on 9 reviews, with an average rating of 8/10. The site’s critical consensus reads, «Lucy Lawless exudes steely charisma in Xena: Warrior Princess, a swashbuckling actioner that transcends its origin as a spinoff and becomes a fully realized saga in its own right.»[69] Ken Tucker of Entertainment Weekly, giving the season a B+: «Xena is Wonder Woman on steroids, and Lawless — with her dark bangs, moon face, light blue eyes, and small, grim smiles — plays the warrior princess with barely concealed delight.»[70]

Awards[edit]

Year Association Category Nominated artist/work Result
1997 ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards Most Performed Underscore Joseph LoDuca Won
Primetime Emmy Awards[71] Outstanding Music Composition for a Series Joseph LoDuca («Destiny») Nominated
Saturn Awards Best Genre TV Actress Lucy Lawless Nominated
1998 ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards Most Performed Underscore Joseph LoDuca Won
New Zealand Film and TV Awards Best Contribution to Design Ngila Dickson (costume designer) Won
Primetime Emmy Awards[71] Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics «The Love of Your Love» – Joseph LoDuca (composer/lyricist) Nominated
«Hearts Are Hurting» – Joseph LoDuca (composer), Dennis Spiegel (lyricist) Nominated
1999 ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards Most Performed Underscore Joseph LoDuca Won
Primetime Emmy Awards[71] Outstanding Music Composition for a Series Joseph LoDuca («Devi») Nominated
2000 ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards Most Performed Underscore Joseph LoDuca Won
Primetime Emmy Awards[71] Outstanding Music Composition for a Series Joseph LoDuca («Fallen Angel») Won
2001 ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards Most Performed Underscore Joseph LoDuca Won
Primetime Emmy Awards[71] Outstanding Music Composition for a Series Joseph LoDuca («The Rheingold») Nominated
2002 Joseph LoDuca («A Friend in Need, Part II») Nominated

U.S. ratings[edit]

Season Highest U.S. ratings Network Rank
1 1995–1996 6.1 million Syndication #12
2 1996–1997 7.8 million Syndication #7
3 1997–1998 6.6 million Syndication #9
4 1998–1999 4.9 million Syndication #13
5 1999–2000 4.1 million Syndication #2
6 2000–2001 3.9 million Syndication #2[72]

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On the left is a tall black haired woman, dressed in leather. She is bending down to kiss a young, slightly shorter, blonde haired woman.

Xena kissing Gabrielle in the Season 2 episode «The Quest».

Xena has enjoyed a particular cult status in the lesbian community. Some of the lesbian fan base see Xena and Gabrielle as a couple and have embraced them as role models and lesbian icons.[73][74] Xena’s popularity was successfully utilized by Subaru when trying to establish a healthy base of lesbian customers: one ad had a car with the license plate «XENA LVR» (Xena lover).[75]

A subject of much interest and debate among viewers is the question of whether Xena and Gabrielle are lovers.[2][76] The issue is left deliberately ambiguous by the writers. Jokes, innuendo, and other subtle evidence of a romantic relationship between Xena and Gabrielle is referred to as «lesbian subtext» or simply «subtext» by fans.[74][76] The issue of the true nature of the Xena/Gabrielle relationship caused intense «shipping» debates in Xena fandom, which turned especially impassioned due to spillover from real-life debates about same-sex sexuality and gay rights.[2]

Many fans felt that the sexual nature of Xena and Gabrielle’s relationship was cemented by an interview given by Lucy Lawless to Lesbian News magazine in 2003. Lawless stated that after the series finale, where Gabrielle revives Xena with a mouth-to-mouth water transfer filmed to look like a full kiss, she had come to believe that Xena and Gabrielle’s relationship was «definitely gay». «There was always a, ‘Well, she might be or she might not be’ but when there was that drip of water passing between their lips in the very final scene, that cemented it for me. Now it wasn’t just that Xena was bisexual and kinda liked her gal pal and they kind of fooled around sometimes, it was ‘Nope, they’re married, man’.»[77]

The Xena fandom also popularized the term altfic (from «alternative fiction») to refer to same-sex romantic fan fiction.[78]

Costume donation[edit]

Xena cosplayer in an outfit similar to the one in the series

In 2006, Lucy Lawless donated her personal Xena costume to the National Museum of American History.[79] In an interview the same year with Smithsonian magazine, she was asked the question «Was the Warrior Princess outfit comfortable?» and responded:

Not at first, because they would put boning in the corset. It would cover up those little floating ribs that are so important for breathing, so I’d feel like I was having panic attacks. But it just became a second skin after a while. It was very functional, once I got over the modesty factor. I admit to being a little bit embarrassed the first couple weeks because I’d never worn anything so short.[79]

Uber and Uberfic[edit]

Uberfic is a variety of fan fiction in which the characters live in an alternate universe. The characters and events are true to the original canon, but usually in a different time period, often as the ancestors, descendants, or reincarnations of canon characters. The term originated in Xena fandom. Uber was employed several times in the series, beginning with the second-season episode «The Xena Scrolls», in which the descendants of Xena, Gabrielle and Joxer meet up at an archeological dig in 1940 and unwittingly release Ares from his tomb.[80]

Cancelled reboot[edit]

On July 20, 2015, it was reported that NBC was developing a Xena reboot series, with Raimi and Tapert returning as executive producers, with the show’s debut sometime in 2016. Insiders also requested that Lawless return to the series as Xena, as well as take up a role in the show’s production.[81] A day later, Lawless tweeted that the reboot was a rumor.[82] On August 13, 2015, NBC Entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt confirmed the reboot was in development.[14] Entertainment Weekly announced that Javier Grillo-Marxuach would serve as writer and producer for the reboot.[15]

In a post on Tumblr, Grillo-Marxuach stated that they would be «fully exploring a relationship that could only be shown subtextually in first-run syndication in the 1990s,»[83] which several websites such as The Guardian[84] and Newsweek[85] took to mean «Xena will be an out and proud lesbian.»[85] These articles resulted in frustration from fans regarding the erasure of Xena’s apparent bisexuality; Grillo-Marxuach said «it feels like — from a few sentences — everyone has already made up their mind about what it is I am doing. I would prefer people be surprised by the story.»[86] In April 2017, Grillo-Marxuach announced that he had left the project because of «insurmountable creative differences.»[87]

On August 21, 2017, NBC announced that it had cancelled its plans for the reboot. NBC Entertainment president Jennifer Salke said, «I’d never say never on that one because it’s such a beloved title but the current incarnation of it is dead.»[88][89]

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Xena: Warrior Princess, the groundbreaking series that redefined the female action hero on television, returns for an exciting sixth season. Things have changed dramatically in the Xenaverse as the result of astonishing events that occurred last season.

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  1. October 1, 2000

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    Ares (Kevin Smith) needs Xena’s (Lucy Lawless) help to restore his godly powers, but he gets more than he bargained for when the Furies play a trick on him. With Renee O’Connor and Sela Apera.

  2. S6 E2Haunting of Amphipolis

    October 8, 2000

    44min

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    On her trip home, Xena (Lucy Lawless) finds the town possessed and sinister powers awaiting her. With Renee O’Connor, Charles Mesure and Adrienne Wilkinson.

  3. S6 E3Heart of Darkness

    October 15, 2000

    43min

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    Xena (Lucy Lawless) must devise a plan to avoid inheriting the kingdom of hell. With Renee O’Connor.

  4. October 22, 2000

    45min

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    Gabrielle (Renee O’Connor) sets out on a rescue mission to North Africa with the gang in tow when she discovers her niece has been kidnapped. With Lucy Lawless, Adrienne Wilkinson, William Gregory Lee and Calvin Tuteao.

  5. October 29, 2000

    44min

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    Xena and Gabrielle (Lucy Lawless, Renee O’Connor) try to help two warring African tribes unite against their Roman enemies.

  6. November 5, 2000

    44min

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    Xena and Gabrielle (Lucy Lawless, Renee O’Connor) are confronted by cannibals as they search for Virgil (William Gregory Lee).

  7. November 17, 2000

    44min

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    Beowulf (guest star Renato Bartolomei), a Norse warrior, sets out on a quest with Xena (Lucy Lawless) after she decides to right a wrong from her dark past.

  8. November 19, 2000

    44min

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    Xena (Lucy Lawless) must battle Grindl, a monster she created when she was an evil warrior, in order to recover a dangerous enchanted ring. With Renee O’Connor, Glen Levy, Luanne Gordon, Brittney Powell and Renato Bartolomei.

  9. S6 E9Return of the Valkyrie

    December 1, 2000

    44min

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    Xena (Lucy Lawless) has amnesia as Hrothgar’s (guest star John Leigh) bride, Wealthea, and must regain her memory in order to save Gabrielle (Renee O’Connor).

  10. S6 E10Old Ares Had A Farm

    January 14, 2001

    44min

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    Xena (Lucy Lawless) disguises Ares (Kevin Smith) as a farmer to hide him from warlords seeking revenge.

  11. January 26, 2001

    44min

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    Xena (Lucy Lawless) becomes the ultimate prey for a deranged Amazon hunter, Prince Morloch (guest star Sandy Winton).

  12. S6 E12The God You Know

    January 28, 2001

    44min

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    Michael the archangel (guest star Charles Mesure) orders Xena (Lucy Lawless) to hunt down the Roman emperor Caligula (guest star Alexis Arquette), who has become immortal, and kill him.

  13. February 4, 2001

    44min

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    A tabloid reporter (guest star Michael Hurst) tries to get the scoop on Xena (Lucy Lawless) and her motivation for her quest to obtain the legendary golden apples from Valhalla. With Renee O’Connor.

  14. S6 E14Path of Vengeance

    February 16, 2001

    44min

    TV-PG

    Eve (Adrienne Wilkinson) faces execution when she returns to Amazon lands to make amends for the past. With Lucy Lawless and Renee O’Connor.

  15. S6 E15To Helicon And Back

    February 18, 2001

    44min

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    Gabrielle (Renee O’Connor) leads the Amazons to Helicon to rescue kidnapped Queen Varia (guest star Tsianina Joelson). With Lucy Lawless.

  16. S6 E16Send in the Clones

    Three modern-day fans of Xena create clones of Xena and Gabrielle (Lucy Lawless, Renee O’Connor).

  17. S6 E17Last of the Centaurs

    Xena (Lucy Lawless) and Gabrielle (Renee O۪Connor) must save a young centaur from the clutches of Lord Belach (Marton Csokas).

  18. S6 E18When Fates Collide

    Xena (Lucy Lawless) becomes the Empress of Rome with no memory of her past when Caesar (Karl Urban) chains up the three Fates and cuts the strands of time to alter his destiny.

  19. S6 E19Many Happy Returns

    On their way to deliver the Helmet of Hermes to Thebes, Xena (Lucy Lawless) and Gabrielle (Renee O’۪Connor) save the young virgin Genia (Katie Stuart) from being sacrificed by religious zealots.

  20. When an ancient scroll chronicling the life of Xena surfaces in the present, conflicts arise among the modern-day reincarnations of Xena (Lucy Lawless), Gabrielle (Renee O۪Connor), Ares (Kevin Smith) and Joxer (Ted Raimi).

  21. S6 E21Friend in Need, Part 1

    Summoned by a long-lost spiritual soulmate, Xena (Lucy Lawless) heads for Japan with Gabrielle (Renee O۪Connor) on a daunting mission to save the city of Higuchi from destruction and make amends for her past.

  22. S6 E22Friend in Need, Part 2

    Xena (Lucy Lawless) and Gabrielle (Renee O’۪Connor) face the greatest threat they’۪ve ever known when they go up against the evil Yodoshi (Adrian Brown) and an army of 20,000 elite Samurai warriors.

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    Dolas

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    Robert Harte

    Goewin

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    Chris Bailey

    Celano

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    Crawford Thomson

    Dictys

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    Christian Hodge

    Teracles

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    Peter Ford

    Zealot Guard

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    Norman Forsey

    King Lias

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    Colin Francis

    The Grump

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    Patrick Kuhtze

    Belart

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    Anthony Ray Parker

    Pinullus

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    Barry Te Hira

    Highwayman

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    John McKee

    Lord Menos

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    Asa Lindh

    Alceto

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    Daniel Sing

    Ming T’ien

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    Peter Mason

    Drunk

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    Peter Feeney

    Caswallawn

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    Dean O’Gorman

    Homer / Orion

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    Michelle Ang

    Akemi

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    Victoria Pratt

    Cyane

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    Kathryn Morris

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    Jeremy Roberts

    Thersites

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    David de Lautour

    Icus

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    Jacqueline Kim

    Lao Ma

    Title:Xena: Warrior Princess

    Release Date:Monday, September 4th, 1995

    Created by:Robert Tapert, John Schulian

    TV Network:Syndication

    Genres:DramaAction-AdventureSci-Fi-Fantasy

    Keywords:FriendshipMartial-ArtsSupernaturalSurrealismFemale-ProtagonistDark-FantasyGood-Versus-Evil

    Alternative Titles:Xena la guerrière, Xena – Die Kriegerprinzessin, Xena: la princesa guerrera, Zeyna: Savaşçı Prenses, Зена — королева воинов, Ксена: принцеса-воїн, 女战士希娜, 希娜, 战士公主茜娜

    Season Poster

    Season: 6

    22 Episodes from Oct, 2000 until Jun, 2001

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    22

    A Friend in Need (2)

    Monday, June 18th, 2001Mon, Jun 18th, 200106/18/01 Episode Thumbnail
    21

    A Friend in Need (1)

    Monday, June 11th, 2001Mon, Jun 11th, 200106/11/01
    20

    Soul Possession

    Monday, June 4th, 2001Mon, Jun 4th, 200106/04/01 Episode Thumbnail
    19

    Many Happy Returns

    Monday, May 14th, 2001Mon, May 14th, 200105/14/01 Episode Thumbnail
    18

    When Fates Collide

    Friday, May 11th, 2001Fri, May 11th, 200105/11/01 Episode Thumbnail
    17

    Last of the Centaurs

    Monday, April 30th, 2001Mon, Apr 30th, 200104/30/01 Episode Thumbnail
    16

    Send in the Clones

    Sunday, March 4th, 2001Sun, Mar 4th, 200103/04/01 Episode Thumbnail
    15

    To Helicon and Back

    Friday, February 23rd, 2001Fri, Feb 23rd, 200102/23/01 Episode Thumbnail
    14

    Path of Vengeance

    Monday, February 12th, 2001Mon, Feb 12th, 200102/12/01 Episode Thumbnail
    13

    You Are There

    Monday, February 5th, 2001Mon, Feb 5th, 200102/05/01 Episode Thumbnail
    12

    The God You Know

    Monday, January 29th, 2001Mon, Jan 29th, 200101/29/01 Episode Thumbnail
    11

    Dangerous Prey

    Monday, January 22nd, 2001Mon, Jan 22nd, 200101/22/01 Episode Thumbnail
    10

    Old Ares Had a Farm

    Monday, January 15th, 2001Mon, Jan 15th, 200101/15/01 Episode Thumbnail
    9

    Return of the Valkyrie (3)

    Monday, November 27th, 2000Mon, Nov 27th, 200011/27/00 Episode Thumbnail
    8

    The Ring (2)

    Monday, November 20th, 2000Mon, Nov 20th, 200011/20/00 Episode Thumbnail
    7

    The Rheingold (1)

    Monday, November 13th, 2000Mon, Nov 13th, 200011/13/00 Episode Thumbnail
    6

    The Abyss

    Monday, November 6th, 2000Mon, Nov 6th, 200011/06/00 Episode Thumbnail
    5

    Legacy

    Monday, October 30th, 2000Mon, Oct 30th, 200010/30/00 Episode Thumbnail
    4

    Who’s Gurkhan?

    Monday, October 23rd, 2000Mon, Oct 23rd, 200010/23/00 Episode Thumbnail
    3

    Heart of Darkness

    Monday, October 16th, 2000Mon, Oct 16th, 200010/16/00 Episode Thumbnail
    2

    The Haunting of Amphipolis

    Monday, October 9th, 2000Mon, Oct 9th, 200010/09/00 Episode Thumbnail
    1

    Coming Home

    Monday, October 2nd, 2000Mon, Oct 2nd, 200010/02/00 Episode Thumbnail

    Season Poster

    Season: 5

    22 Episodes from Sep, 1999 until May, 2000

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    22

    Motherhood

    Monday, May 22nd, 2000Mon, May 22nd, 200005/22/00 Episode Thumbnail
    21

    Eve

    Monday, May 15th, 2000Mon, May 15th, 200005/15/00 Episode Thumbnail
    20

    Livia

    Monday, May 8th, 2000Mon, May 8th, 200005/08/00 Episode Thumbnail
    19

    Looking Death in the Eye

    Monday, May 1st, 2000Mon, May 1st, 200005/01/00 Episode Thumbnail
    18

    Antony & Cleopatra

    Monday, April 24th, 2000Mon, Apr 24th, 200004/24/00 Episode Thumbnail
    17

    Kindred Spirits

    Monday, April 17th, 2000Mon, Apr 17th, 200004/17/00 Episode Thumbnail
    16

    Lifeblood

    Monday, March 13th, 2000Mon, Mar 13th, 200003/13/00 Episode Thumbnail
    15

    Married with Fishsticks

    Monday, February 28th, 2000Mon, Feb 28th, 200002/28/00 Episode Thumbnail
    14

    Amphipolis Under Siege

    Monday, February 21st, 2000Mon, Feb 21st, 200002/21/00 Episode Thumbnail
    13

    Eternal Bonds

    Monday, February 14th, 2000Mon, Feb 14th, 200002/14/00 Episode Thumbnail
    12

    God Fearing Child

    Monday, February 7th, 2000Mon, Feb 7th, 200002/07/00 Episode Thumbnail
    11

    Punch Lines

    Monday, January 24th, 2000Mon, Jan 24th, 200001/24/00 Episode Thumbnail
    10

    Lyre, Lyre, Hearts on Fire

    Monday, January 17th, 2000Mon, Jan 17th, 200001/17/00 Episode Thumbnail
    9

    Seeds of Faith

    Monday, January 10th, 2000Mon, Jan 10th, 200001/10/00 Episode Thumbnail
    8

    Little Problems

    Monday, November 22nd, 1999Mon, Nov 22nd, 199911/22/99 Episode Thumbnail
    7

    Back in the Bottle

    Monday, November 15th, 1999Mon, Nov 15th, 199911/15/99 Episode Thumbnail
    6

    Purity

    Monday, November 8th, 1999Mon, Nov 8th, 199911/08/99 Episode Thumbnail
    5

    Them Bones, Them Bones

    Monday, November 1st, 1999Mon, Nov 1st, 199911/01/99 Episode Thumbnail
    4

    Animal Attraction

    Monday, October 18th, 1999Mon, Oct 18th, 199910/18/99 Episode Thumbnail
    3

    Succession

    Monday, October 11th, 1999Mon, Oct 11th, 199910/11/99 Episode Thumbnail
    2

    Chakram

    Monday, October 4th, 1999Mon, Oct 4th, 199910/04/99 Episode Thumbnail
    1

    Fallen Angel

    Monday, September 27th, 1999Mon, Sep 27th, 199909/27/99 Episode Thumbnail

    Season Poster

    Season: 4

    22 Episodes from Sep, 1998 until May, 1999

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    22

    Deja Vu All Over Again

    Monday, May 17th, 1999Mon, May 17th, 199905/17/99 Episode Thumbnail
    21

    The Ides of March

    Monday, May 10th, 1999Mon, May 10th, 199905/10/99 Episode Thumbnail
    20

    Endgame

    Monday, May 3rd, 1999Mon, May 3rd, 199905/03/99 Episode Thumbnail
    19

    Takes One to Know One

    Monday, April 26th, 1999Mon, Apr 26th, 199904/26/99 Episode Thumbnail
    18

    The Convert

    Monday, April 19th, 1999Mon, Apr 19th, 199904/19/99 Episode Thumbnail
    17

    The Play’s the Thing

    Monday, March 1st, 1999Mon, Mar 1st, 199903/01/99 Episode Thumbnail
    16

    The Way

    Monday, February 22nd, 1999Mon, Feb 22nd, 199902/22/99 Episode Thumbnail
    15

    Between the Lines

    Monday, February 15th, 1999Mon, Feb 15th, 199902/15/99 Episode Thumbnail
    14

    Devi

    Monday, February 8th, 1999Mon, Feb 8th, 199902/08/99 Episode Thumbnail
    13

    Paradise Found

    Monday, February 1st, 1999Mon, Feb 1st, 199902/01/99 Episode Thumbnail
    12

    If the Shoe Fits…

    Monday, January 25th, 1999Mon, Jan 25th, 199901/25/99 Episode Thumbnail
    11

    Daughter of Pomira

    Monday, January 18th, 1999Mon, Jan 18th, 199901/18/99 Episode Thumbnail
    10

    The Key to the Kingdom

    Monday, January 11th, 1999Mon, Jan 11th, 199901/11/99 Episode Thumbnail
    9

    Past Imperfect

    Monday, January 4th, 1999Mon, Jan 4th, 199901/04/99 Episode Thumbnail
    8

    Crusader

    Monday, November 16th, 1998Mon, Nov 16th, 199811/16/98 Episode Thumbnail
    7

    Locked Up and Tied Down

    Monday, November 9th, 1998Mon, Nov 9th, 199811/09/98 Episode Thumbnail
    6

    A Tale of Two Muses

    Monday, November 2nd, 1998Mon, Nov 2nd, 199811/02/98 Episode Thumbnail
    5

    A Good Day

    Monday, October 26th, 1998Mon, Oct 26th, 199810/26/98 Episode Thumbnail
    4

    In Sickness and In Hell

    Saturday, October 24th, 1998Sat, Oct 24th, 199810/24/98 Episode Thumbnail
    3

    A Family Affair

    Saturday, October 17th, 1998Sat, Oct 17th, 199810/17/98 Episode Thumbnail
    2

    Adventures in the Sin Trade (2)

    Monday, October 5th, 1998Mon, Oct 5th, 199810/05/98 Episode Thumbnail
    1

    Adventures in the Sin Trade (1)

    Monday, September 28th, 1998Mon, Sep 28th, 199809/28/98 Episode Thumbnail

    Season Poster

    Season: 3

    22 Episodes from Sep, 1997 until May, 1998

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    22

    Sacrifice (2)

    Saturday, May 23rd, 1998Sat, May 23rd, 199805/23/98 Episode Thumbnail
    21

    Sacrifice (1)

    Saturday, May 16th, 1998Sat, May 16th, 199805/16/98 Episode Thumbnail
    20

    Vanishing Act

    Saturday, May 9th, 1998Sat, May 9th, 199805/09/98 Episode Thumbnail
    19

    Tsunami

    Saturday, May 2nd, 1998Sat, May 2nd, 199805/02/98 Episode Thumbnail
    18

    Fins, Femmes and Gems

    Saturday, April 25th, 1998Sat, Apr 25th, 199804/25/98 Episode Thumbnail
    17

    Forget Me Not

    Saturday, March 21st, 1998Sat, Mar 21st, 199803/21/98 Episode Thumbnail
    16

    When in Rome…

    Saturday, March 14th, 1998Sat, Mar 14th, 199803/14/98 Episode Thumbnail
    15

    King Con

    Saturday, March 7th, 1998Sat, Mar 7th, 199803/07/98 Episode Thumbnail
    14

    Forgiven

    Saturday, February 28th, 1998Sat, Feb 28th, 199802/28/98 Episode Thumbnail
    13

    One Against an Army

    Saturday, February 21st, 1998Sat, Feb 21st, 199802/21/98 Episode Thumbnail
    12

    The Bitter Suite

    Saturday, February 14th, 1998Sat, Feb 14th, 199802/14/98 Episode Thumbnail
    11

    Maternal Instincts

    Saturday, February 7th, 1998Sat, Feb 7th, 199802/07/98 Episode Thumbnail
    10

    The Quill Is Mightier…

    Monday, January 19th, 1998Mon, Jan 19th, 199801/19/98 Episode Thumbnail
    9

    Warrior… Priestess… Tramp

    Monday, January 12th, 1998Mon, Jan 12th, 199801/12/98 Episode Thumbnail
    8

    The King of Assassins

    Monday, November 17th, 1997Mon, Nov 17th, 199711/17/97 Episode Thumbnail
    7

    The Debt (2)

    Monday, November 10th, 1997Mon, Nov 10th, 199711/10/97 Episode Thumbnail
    6

    The Debt (1)

    Monday, November 3rd, 1997Mon, Nov 3rd, 199711/03/97 Episode Thumbnail
    5

    Gabrielle’s Hope

    Monday, October 27th, 1997Mon, Oct 27th, 199710/27/97 Episode Thumbnail
    4

    The Deliverer

    Monday, October 20th, 1997Mon, Oct 20th, 199710/20/97 Episode Thumbnail
    3

    The Dirty Half Dozen

    Monday, October 13th, 1997Mon, Oct 13th, 199710/13/97 Episode Thumbnail
    2

    Been There, Done That

    Monday, October 6th, 1997Mon, Oct 6th, 199710/06/97 Episode Thumbnail
    1

    The Furies

    Monday, September 29th, 1997Mon, Sep 29th, 199709/29/97 Episode Thumbnail

    Season Poster

    Season: 2

    22 Episodes from Sep, 1996 until May, 1997

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    22

    A Comedy of Eros

    Monday, May 19th, 1997Mon, May 19th, 199705/19/97 Episode Thumbnail
    21

    Lost Mariner

    Monday, May 12th, 1997Mon, May 12th, 199705/12/97 Episode Thumbnail
    20

    The Price

    Monday, May 5th, 1997Mon, May 5th, 199705/05/97 Episode Thumbnail
    19

    Ulysses

    Monday, April 28th, 1997Mon, Apr 28th, 199704/28/97 Episode Thumbnail
    18

    Blind Faith

    Monday, April 14th, 1997Mon, Apr 14th, 199704/14/97 Episode Thumbnail
    17

    The Execution

    Monday, April 7th, 1997Mon, Apr 7th, 199704/07/97 Episode Thumbnail
    16

    For Him the Bell Tolls

    Monday, February 24th, 1997Mon, Feb 24th, 199702/24/97 Episode Thumbnail
    15

    A Day in the Life

    Monday, February 17th, 1997Mon, Feb 17th, 199702/17/97 Episode Thumbnail
    14

    A Necessary Evil

    Monday, February 10th, 1997Mon, Feb 10th, 199702/10/97 Episode Thumbnail
    13

    The Quest

    Monday, February 3rd, 1997Mon, Feb 3rd, 199702/03/97 Episode Thumbnail
    12

    Destiny

    Monday, January 27th, 1997Mon, Jan 27th, 199701/27/97 Episode Thumbnail
    11

    Here She Comes… Miss Amphipolis

    Monday, January 20th, 1997Mon, Jan 20th, 199701/20/97 Episode Thumbnail
    10

    The Xena Scrolls

    Monday, January 13th, 1997Mon, Jan 13th, 199701/13/97 Episode Thumbnail
    9

    A Solstice Carol

    Monday, December 9th, 1996Mon, Dec 9th, 199612/09/96 Episode Thumbnail
    8

    Ten Little Warlords

    Monday, November 25th, 1996Mon, Nov 25th, 199611/25/96 Episode Thumbnail
    7

    Intimate Stranger

    Monday, November 18th, 1996Mon, Nov 18th, 199611/18/96 Episode Thumbnail
    6

    Warrior… Princess… Tramp

    Monday, November 11th, 1996Mon, Nov 11th, 199611/11/96 Episode Thumbnail
    5

    Return of Callisto

    Monday, November 4th, 1996Mon, Nov 4th, 199611/04/96 Episode Thumbnail
    4

    Girls Just Wanna Have Fun

    Monday, October 28th, 1996Mon, Oct 28th, 199610/28/96 Episode Thumbnail
    3

    The Giant Killer

    Monday, October 14th, 1996Mon, Oct 14th, 199610/14/96 Episode Thumbnail
    2

    Remember Nothing

    Monday, October 7th, 1996Mon, Oct 7th, 199610/07/96 Episode Thumbnail
    1

    Orphan of War

    Monday, September 30th, 1996Mon, Sep 30th, 199609/30/96 Episode Thumbnail

    Season Poster

    Season: 1

    24 Episodes from Sep, 1995 until Jul, 1996

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    24

    Is There a Doctor in the House?

    Monday, July 29th, 1996Mon, Jul 29th, 199607/29/96 Episode Thumbnail
    23

    Death Mask

    Monday, June 3rd, 1996Mon, Jun 3rd, 199606/03/96 Episode Thumbnail
    22

    Callisto

    Monday, May 13th, 1996Mon, May 13th, 199605/13/96 Episode Thumbnail
    21

    The Greater Good

    Monday, May 6th, 1996Mon, May 6th, 199605/06/96 Episode Thumbnail
    20

    Ties That Bind

    Monday, April 29th, 1996Mon, Apr 29th, 199604/29/96 Episode Thumbnail
    19

    Altared States

    Monday, April 22nd, 1996Mon, Apr 22nd, 199604/22/96 Episode Thumbnail
    18

    The Prodigal

    Monday, March 4th, 1996Mon, Mar 4th, 199603/04/96 Episode Thumbnail
    17

    The Royal Couple of Thieves

    Monday, February 19th, 1996Mon, Feb 19th, 199602/19/96 Episode Thumbnail
    16

    Mortal Beloved

    Monday, February 12th, 1996Mon, Feb 12th, 199602/12/96 Episode Thumbnail
    15

    Warrior… Princess

    Monday, February 5th, 1996Mon, Feb 5th, 199602/05/96 Episode Thumbnail
    14

    A Fistful of Dinars

    Monday, January 29th, 1996Mon, Jan 29th, 199601/29/96 Episode Thumbnail
    13

    Athens City Academy of the Performing Bards

    Monday, January 22nd, 1996Mon, Jan 22nd, 199601/22/96 Episode Thumbnail
    12

    Beware Greeks Bearing Gifts

    Monday, January 15th, 1996Mon, Jan 15th, 199601/15/96 Episode Thumbnail
    11

    The Black Wolf

    Monday, January 8th, 1996Mon, Jan 8th, 199601/08/96 Episode Thumbnail
    10

    Hooves & Harlots

    Monday, November 20th, 1995Mon, Nov 20th, 199511/20/95 Episode Thumbnail
    9

    Death in Chains

    Monday, November 13th, 1995Mon, Nov 13th, 199511/13/95 Episode Thumbnail
    8

    Prometheus

    Monday, November 6th, 1995Mon, Nov 6th, 199511/06/95 Episode Thumbnail
    7

    The Titans

    Monday, October 30th, 1995Mon, Oct 30th, 199510/30/95 Episode Thumbnail
    6

    The Reckoning

    Monday, October 16th, 1995Mon, Oct 16th, 199510/16/95 Episode Thumbnail
    5

    The Path Not Taken

    Monday, October 2nd, 1995Mon, Oct 2nd, 199510/02/95 Episode Thumbnail
    4

    Cradle of Hope

    Monday, September 25th, 1995Mon, Sep 25th, 199509/25/95 Episode Thumbnail
    3

    Dreamworker

    Monday, September 18th, 1995Mon, Sep 18th, 199509/18/95 Episode Thumbnail
    2

    Chariots of War

    Monday, September 11th, 1995Mon, Sep 11th, 199509/11/95 Episode Thumbnail
    1

    Sins of the Past

    Monday, September 4th, 1995Mon, Sep 4th, 199509/04/95 Episode Thumbnail

    Hercules: The Legendary Journeys

    Hercules: The Legendary Journeys

    Hercules: The Legendary Journeys

    1995

    Action-Adventure, Drama, Sci-Fi-Fantasy

    Charmed

    Charmed

    Charmed

    1998

    Comedy, Drama, Mystery, Sci-Fi-Fantasy

    Angel

    Angel

    Angel

    1999

    Sci-Fi-Fantasy, Drama

    Knight Rider

    Knight Rider

    Knight Rider

    1982

    Action-Adventure, Drama, Sci-Fi-Fantasy

    Married... with Children

    Married... with Children

    Married… with Children

    1987

    Comedy, Drama

    Baywatch

    Baywatch

    Baywatch

    1989

    Action-Adventure, Drama

    Buffy the Vampire Slayer

    Buffy the Vampire Slayer

    Buffy the Vampire Slayer

    1997

    Sci-Fi-Fantasy, Comedy, Drama, Action-Adventure

    MacGyver

    MacGyver

    MacGyver

    1985

    Action-Adventure

    Alias

    Alias

    Alias

    2001

    Action-Adventure, Drama

    Will & Grace

    Will & Grace

    ALF

    ALF

    ALF

    1986

    Family, Comedy, Drama

    M*A*S*H

    M*A*S*H

    M*A*S*H

    1972

    War-Politics, Drama, Comedy

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