Michael R Perry speaks to Back to Frank Black!


We've been waiting ages to release this interview. Finally, here we are! This is it! This is our exclusive interview with Michael R Perry, writer of some of Millennium's top stories and a key player in season three! Don't miss this!

PLUS: We talk about the next phase in the campaign as we follow the implications of the "Make or Break" podcast to their logical conclusions! This includes a new address for sending your letters. We are now focusing the campaign on trying to get the FX channel to consider the potential in Frank Black's return! Write to FX, let them know just how passionate you are about seeing Millennium back on television...

Senior Vice President for
Original Programming at FX
Danielle Woodrow
Twentieth Century Fox
10201 W. Pico Blvd.
Bldg. 88, Room 132
Los Angeles, CA 90035

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2 Responses to "Michael R Perry speaks to Back to Frank Black!"

Adam Chamberlain said... February 21, 2011 at 8:45 AM

I'm probably biased, but as a writer this was one of the very best interviews with Millennium alumni yet! Michael R. Perry has some wonderful insights to the series and his craft, plus of course it was a fan's dream to hear more about the almost mythical "Dirty Snowball", which sounded like a very intriguing premise. Great stuff.

And, of course, dipping into the rich creative heart of Millennium in such a way as this is also a great springboard for the upcoming mailbags of pleas fostering Frank Black's return on FX. Let's get to work, people...

Brian A. Dixon said... February 26, 2011 at 6:53 PM

Indeed, this was a fantastic interview with many an illuminating insight from Michael R. Perry. It was great to hear from him on the episode's he's worked on--even those that didn't make it to the screen--as well as the television writing process in general. Thanks to Mr. Perry for taking part in the podcast. It's always a pleasure to hear from him and to learn more about what went into some of Millennium's standout episodes.

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