Charlie Jade comes to Sci-Fi Channel & New blog reads

Saturday, May 24, 2008 2 Comments A+ a-

Saw this link on the AW boards in someone's siggy. I was curious, clicked it and was taken to The Galaxy Express: Adventures in Science Fiction Romance blog. It gives a list of the authors throughout the decades that wrote spec romance and gives an extensive list of sci-fi and romance resources sites. This one is going on my blog reads.

I've also added the new blog Bitten By Books to my reads, a nice up and coming paranormal review blog.



Great news for my fellow Charlie Jade fans out there. The sci-fi noir series is coming to the Sci-Fi Channel on June 9th. If there's enough interest we'll most likely see a DVD set or even a season 2!!

Here's the official scoop from SliceofSciFi.com:

The series follows Charlie Jade, a rogue private detective in a world dominated by greedy multi-national corporations. When Charlie sees the corpse of a beautiful young woman, he realizes that she has no identity, something inconceivable in Charlie’s world. While investigating the case he is led to a parallel universe and is drawn into a conflict with far-ranging, multi-dimensional effects.

Created by Chris Roland and Robert Wertheimer, the series is written by Guy Mullally, David Cole and Stephen Zoller. It is executive produced by Robert Wertheimer, Chris Roland, Izidore Codron, Robin Spry and Jacques Pettigrew.

“Charlie Jade” has already aired in France, Italy, the U.K., Japan, Korea, Southeast Asia, Eastern Europe, Canada and South Africa. Post-production and CGI for the series was handled by CinéGroupe in Montréal, who over the last year have produced two series, “Galidor: Defenders of the Outer Dimension” and “Tripping The Rift,” for the U.S. networks.

“I am delighted that SCI FI has agreed to acquire ‘Charlie Jade’,” said Jim Howell, the CEO of Park Entertainment.

“Since the show was made, the Internet has been abuzz with enquires about when the series will be shown on television in the U.S. and available on DVD and to download. I am pleased to say that sci-fi fans will not have to wait much longer!,” echoed Robert Wertheimer.

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Heather
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8:23 PM delete

Rae Lori, I'm so sorry I haven't made it here sooner (gulp!). Thanks so much for adding The Galaxy Express to your blogroll. I really appreciate the support!

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Rae Lori
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11:59 PM delete

A belated welcome to AWD, Heather! My pleasure! Your blog was too awesome to pass up. :-D

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