Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow: don't delay, write today!

As you are all aware, a letter/postcard writing drive is at the very heart of our efforts and the team at BackToFrankBlack cannot emphasize how much Frank Black's future depends on a simple contribution from you, our supporters. The cast and creative team are united with the fans in wishing to make a movie a reality, it is 20th Century Fox that we need to direct our attention to.
With the festive season fast approaching we have listened and we understand that not all have time to print and sent postcards, like the sterling efforts of Richard, so here's how you can help. In an homage to 'Midnight of the Century' we urge you all, strongly, to give five minutes of your time to 'Frank Black' during the festive season.

Whilst you are writing your Christmas cards this year, write an extra one for Fox Executive Steve Asbell. If you can find a card depicting an angel all the better. Simply mirror the card Frank received in that very episode, write, 'It's the Midnight of the Century', sign it and add the website's address, and pop it in the mail. Better still get your friends and family to do the same or send multiple cards yourself. Such a simple gesture will make more difference than we give credit for.

Make your voices heard this Christmas and give 'Frank Black' the best Christmas present anyone could give, a movie in 2010!

Send you Christmas cards to:

Twentieth Century Fox
10201 West Pico Blvd.,
Bldg. 88, Room 132
Los Angeles, CA 90

Keep your eyes peeled folks for BackToFrankBlack's Christmas celebrations which are fast approaching us. Monday 14th December sees a whole week of events dedicated to "Midnight of Century" including plenty of exclusives, and I do mean exclusives, for you guys to enjoy. We hope you will join us for the fun.


Postcards from the edge: Richard campaigns for the return of Millennium!

As I've no doubt said, ad infinitum, we couldn't do it without you guys and we still get asked what's the single most important thing we can do to help bring Frank Black back. Sending letters and postcards to 20th Century Fox asking, politely, for a Millennium Movie is the most vital contribution you can make to this campaign. If you love the show, and the character, as much as we do please take time today and demonstrate that love. Send a postcard today and make a difference.

The photographs you are viewing right now are an example of one campaigner's efforts to bring Frank Black back to the screen. Richard Ovenall threw his support behind this campaign a long time ago and has never wavered in his faith and conviction that Frank Black should come back and these postcards are a recent demonstration of that faith. This is not the first time Richard has written to Fox so if you've already written, write again. We need to make our voices heard and never stop shouting.
I have uploaded a new postcard pack with the address you need to send the postcards to and I hope each and every one of you will send one today. Join with me in thanking Richard for his tireless work on this campaign's behalf, for his support and his friendship and here's hoping he inspires you all in some way. It doesn't hurt to demonstrate to those that care about the franchise that we are still very active in our efforts to see it return.


Please click on the envelope below to download your postcard pack and don't forget to send us a photograph of your postcards before you mail them. Let's get this movie made.


    Ladies and gentlemen it's time, once again, for our masked avenger, wrestlemaniac and super powered reviewer DiRT to cast his x-ray vision upon another episode of Millennium and direct his considerable following in our direction in the process. This time we venture into the strange world of ancient eastern magic and pharmacology for season three's Human Essence.

    If ever there was a Millennium episode that inspires unilateral uncertainty from fans then Human Essence is, sadly, that episode. Written by the then show-runner, Michael Duggan shortly before his departure from the show, Human Essence tells the story of a tormented Emma Hollis forced to choose between her half sister and her career as an FBI agent as she embarks on a journey to discover the truth behind a series of drugs related deaths.

    What we want to know is the episode as problematic as people would have you believe? Is this episode a misunderstood gem, an unfairly criticised outing or an episode worthy of its reputation as something of a misfire. I asked DiRT to take and look and let us know what he thinks. Enjoy the show.

    So now you know, that's DiRT's view of Human Essence and now we want to know yours. Did DiRT hit the nail on the head for you or was he so wrong you actually wondered if he was on the same drug as the one in the episode. Dust
    down those keyboards and tell us what you think. Rest assured, DiRT reads all the feedback he gets so don't be shy.

    As always, every new video we add to Youtube, or is
    added to Youtube for us, reaches out to a whole new audience and may find a Millennium who never knew of our campaign in the process. Don't forget, keep sending those letters and postcards to Mr. Steve Asbell.

    As always, lend your considerable support to the man and go visit his own websites and find out what it's all about. Remember, every video made for the this campaign is an indispensable way of reaching out to a potential new campaigner.

    • To visit his website and enjoy the numerous things he has on offer, click here!
    • To check out his Youtube channel and view more reviews from the man himself, visit here!

    Seven and One: A profile of a Millennium Fan!

    We have continuously reminded you all of the need for fans of the franchise to demonstrate their appreciation of Millennium in order to provide evidence of the wide support the franchise continues to elicit. To this end we asked you to consider taking a few moments of your time to complete a simple questionnaire that we can utilise.

    Here are the results of one such questionnaire. Tymek Masiakowski (Tim to his friends at TIWWA) took the time to share his thoughts and we truly grateful to him for doing so. Please click on the image to open in in a new window for easy reading.

    Please keep these coming and do not hesitate to send us all your thoughts and queries on anything Millennium and Frank Black related and you do not have to use your real name to qualify. If you would like to complete the brief questionnaire I have listed the questions below for your perusal. Email your "seven and one" profile to and we will share your thoughts with our readers shortly.

    1. About You.

    2. Why are you a fan?

    3. How long have you been a fan?

    4. What's your favorite episode.

    5. What's your favorite scene or moment?

    6. If a movie was made which characters would you like to see in it?

    7. Why do you think Millennium should come back?

    1. What are you watching right now?

    We are constantly trying to devise new and exciting ways you guys can get more involved in the campaign and the ways in which you can do this are not limited to our suggestions and creativity alone. If you have an idea for a way you would like to contribute to the campaign do not hesitate to send us an email. We will respond to each and every one of you. We look forward to hearing from you all!



    Seven years ago to this day a very momentous event happened that would forever shape the future of the Millennium Fan Community. Graham P Smith, gathered his Elders around him and formed TIWWA, a haven for souls appreciative of Millennium and Lance Henriksen and pining from the loss of the show and the loss of Frank Black. Over the last seven years, TIWWA has grown to become the single most important hub in Millennium fandom and Graham is, undoubtedly, the single most important figure in that fandom. He goes by the screen name, The Old Man, and like his namesake, he is our Old Man in more than name.

    A few years ago, Graham asked me to become a member of his staff team. It is the thing of which I am most proud in all my years of loving Millennium and were it not for TIWWA and for the support of Graham, would not exist today. TIWWA was the haven from which this project was born and it remains the heart of this project, perhaps more-so than ever, today. I am proud to be a member of that forum and proud to call Graham my friend.

    Please join with me in raising a toast to TIWWA, to Graham P Smith and to every good soul who has helped build our community into the finest, and I mean the finest, fan community is existence. Happy Birthday TIWWA, long may you reign!



    Time once again for another Millennium music video courtesy of our video guru Josef. This week is something of an additional treat, as Josef has turned to fellow musician and friend Cindi to provide the music for this weeks montage. BackToFrankBlack is particularly proud to support talented individuals such as Cindi and we are indebted to her for allowing Josef to use her wonderful composition in this weeks video.

    This week, Josef has turned his attention to the season three episode, Skull and Bones, that dark foray into executions Millennium Group style. There are so many notable things about this episode it's hard to know where to start but the fate of Cheryl Andrews and Peter Watts' horrifying confrontation of Emma Hollis in the charnel house must rank high on the list. Coupled with a stellar performance from Ayre Gross and you have an episode that's as controversial as it is good. So, sit back, enjoy the show and let us know what you think of the episode, the music and the video...

    So don't be shy. Let Josef know what you think of his latest creation and tell us what you think about the episode. We want to know your thoughts so please do leave us a few comments as we really enjoy hearing from all you good people.

    As promised, each music new release from Josef will be accompanied by a postcard that we urge you to send to Steve Asbell at 20th Century Fox. Making 20th Century Fox aware that we are here to stay and active in our support of a Millennium Movie is a vital way you can help this campaign achieve its ends. We are regularly asked what is the best way to help this campaign and there is no finer way than sending this postcard. The only way we can bring this show back is to make some noise and continue making that noise. That's how we will bring Frank Black back.


    To see the address you need to send this to as well as a range of others you might like to send, click here!

    • To visit Josef's Youtube page and ch eck out his own collection of videos, click here!
    • To check out his myspace page and listen to some of his original compositions, click here!

    Millennium Group Sessions 16: Top 5 (Free!)

    Top 5!

    BacktoFrankBlack: The Millennium Group Sessions, hosted by Troy Foreman and co-hosted by Jim McLean is now available for free download via our website AND on ITunes!

    Listen to the Mp3 on the BacktoFrankBlack Stream or download using the links below!

    To download from
    To download from ITUNES
    • To subscribe to the Itunes podcast, simply load up the Itunes store on your Itunes application, search for BacktoFrankBlack and wait for the podcast to pop onto the list. Then click "subscribe" - you will need to sign up to a free Itunes account to do this - but Itunes does run a great service for podcasts of all types (including our friends ThaDarkSideVibe and Spooktalkular)

    BacktoFrankBlack: Millennium Group Sessions 16: Top 5!

    In this episode of the Millennium Group Sessions series, the focus is TOP 5 MILLENNIUM EPISODES! Jim and Troy analyse Dirt's recent top 5 choices - found here - and then look at the picks of other Millennium fans before their own! Plus news and opinions on the Millennium scene!

    This free podcast is available on a weekly to fortnightly basis via ITUNES and We'll naturally update you all on information on the podcast from this blog as well.

    With ITUNES, anyone who has an Itunes friendly account will be able to subscribe easily and download the podcasts as they are released.

    Send your letters and postcards to FOX:

    Twentieth Century Fox
    10201 West Pico Blvd.,
    Bldg. 88, Room 132
    Los Angeles, CA 90035#