Remember “Xena: The Warrior Princess”? The show ran for six seasons during 1995-2001, and we all witnessed the shocking finale of the show when our heroine died. It has been 15 years since we last saw our warrior princess, and she might just come back in the small screen. Read on to learn more about this scoop.
The “Xena: The Warrior Princess” fans are still out there, but since it has been away for more than a decade now, their anticipation has dwindled as they feel like the show’s return is just impossible. However, Lucy Lawless (Xena) started tweeting about the possible comeback of her show on TV.
According to her tweets, it looks like she got into talking with a “chap” who wants to remake “Xena” but also told the Twitterverse not to get too excited because it might come back in a “different form.”
In 2012, she spoke about the possibility of the return of “Xena: The Warrior Princess.”
“That would have been really fun… the whole trouble with it was there was some sort of glitch in the paperwork in ownership. The movie company doesn’t own all the rights to it and they don’t want to share, so, it’s just kind of gone sour for all these years. I shouldn’t say they don’t want to share, but there’s not enough in it for them if they have to share the rights with somebody else. By the time somebody realizes it’s a completely wasted franchise and they should reinvigorate it, I’m too old to play her,” said Lawless in the Huffington Post.
Meanwhile, there is still no confirmation whether the show will air once again on TV and if it would be just the same “Xena: The Warrior Princess” before. Whatever it is, it will surely be very exciting! Let’s keep our fingers crossed on this one and hope for the best.
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