Millennium Virtual Seasons: Season 4

Sorry for the quiet period chaps. Real life has been massively crazy.

So where were we? Where indeed! When you're searching far and wide for material that will be interesting to a campaign, its very easy to ignore what's sitting there. Right. Under. Your. Nose.

BacktoFrankBlack is about bringing Frank Black back - and as a logical extension, what would happen if Frank did come back?

Aside from a previous attempt at bringing back Millennium, there has been another very prominent group which has been exploring this notion for several years now. This group has even had recognition from Chris Carter himself and their work is of the highest quality. Many of you will have heard of them - I hope many have indulged in them...

Millennium's Virtual Seasons.

I don't need to tell you Millennium finished after three seasons. Millennium Virtual Seasons were started with Virtual Season Four and Virtual Season Six is due later this year.

So to celebrate the efforts of the Millennium Virtual Seasons, we are going to promote a of what's come before - give you people a chance to read some of the high quality work the guys on the Virtual Seasons have produced. We'll also be looking at what's up ahead with an interview with one of their head honchos.

So to begin with, let's look at Millennium Virtual Season Four:
Virtual season four "aired" July 2nd to December 24th 1999. The project was 22 episodes in length all written as scripts by a collective of fans. You can read all the scripts online at The archive is here:


2 Responses to "Millennium Virtual Seasons: Season 4"

Adam Chamberlain said... April 16, 2010 at 5:11 AM

Great to be able to revisit these scripts, which I hadn't looked at for some time myself. They're a salient reminder of the myriad of creative directions Millennium could explore, which is of course very relevant to the Back to Frank Black campaign.

Thanks for linking to us too in this regard - The Abyss remains a great resource (I can hopefully say that without sounding too arrogant as it was Brian A. Dixon's labour of love and I had nothing to do with it). Just to note that whilst The Abyss link is correct, our website is in fact at

And thanks again too for the ongoing campaign. Real life has a habit of getting in the way, but it's so great that you, Troy and Lance remain so committed to this great cause.

James McLean said... April 16, 2010 at 7:08 AM

The Abyss was an outstanding site. I can't remember whether I found The Abyss before M:TIWWA or after.. but I do remember absorbing the episode guide episode by episode. I agree, its still a great resource and we might have to do a nod to all the good Millennium resources out there in a future post.

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