‘Xena: Warrior Princess’ Reboot In Making; Writer of ‘Lost’ Series Hired!
TV series “Xena: Warrior Princess,” which was pulled down by makers in 2001, would be back soon. An award winning writer has signed to write for the TV series.
It is not easy to forget Lucy Lawless in the lead role of “Xena: Warrior Princess.” The TV series has always bagged top rank in the list of most watched syndicated American TV drama till it was aired, reports Screen Rant. Though the series went off air, its popularity didn’t dwindle. All these years fans have only wished that the show would make come back.
And this year seems to be the lucky year for fans. Remember Joxer the Mighty in the series? Yes, the role was played by Ted Raimi. The actor has lately said that people were fond of “Xena: Warrior Princess” because the characters endeavored “to muddle their way through as best they can in a bad situation.” But why is he talking about the show lately?
The publication reports that Lawless has also lately tweeted that she does not find herself the right person to play the role of Xena. She is lately acting in “Ash vs Evil Dead,” which is handled by Sam Raimi and Rob Tapert as executive producers. One of her Xena co-star named Bruce Campbell also acts in the TV series with her.
There has also been grapevine in the recent past that NBC was rebooting Xena so that new generations could relate with the TV series better. But as always said, there is no smoke without some fire, Variety has finally reported that it was not rumor and writer Javier Grillo-Marxauch would be writing for the TV series. A very good news for fans at last!
Grillo-Marxauch has also written for first two seasons of “Lost.” He would also be the executive producer of “Xena: Warrior Princess” along with Raimi and Tapert. The two are known for producing the original Xena TV series that was aired till 2001.
So fans, keep stumbling on the website; we would keep you updated about “Xena: Warrior Princess” reboot.
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