Seven and One Questions - Profile of a Millennium Fan

A vital part of our campaign to see the return of 'Frank Black' has been to bring as many of the cast and crew of Millennium along with us for the ride, to this end, we have been greatly encouraged by their warm response to us.

We believe it is equally important that we demonstrate both the presence and passion of Millennium fans, after all, unless we prove an audience exists no amount of calls from the cast and crew will result in a return for Frank. To this end we have published a few emails we have received from supporters of the franchise to highlight the groundswell of support that has lived on since the series' demise. We are asking if you would consider taking a small amount of time to complete a questionnaire that we can use on our blog. There are eight questions in all and your answers can be as brief or as detailed as time permits. Truth be told, it shouldn't take more than a few minutes to cobble a few responses together so we hope you will delve in and send your thoughts to us. Below are the simple questions we have chosen for the task:

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?
8. What are you watching right now?

To whet your appetite and to inspire you we lead with the thoughts of 'Ben' and hope you enjoy reading his own thoughts about our beloved franchise.

Zone Horror promotes BacktoFRANKBLACK

Zone Horror, the UK channel who is airing Millennium season one, has updated its website regarding the BacktoFRANKBLACK campaign and our interview with Frank Black himself, Lance Henriksen.

Zone Horror have recently changed their website address to:

Update your book marks and watch out for season two airing early in 2009!

"Frankly Speaking" - Win a Millennium Apocalypse DVD

Here at we have received a wonderful donation of DVD's of the fan created spin off series, 'Millennium Apocalypse'. All of us would like to show our gratitude to Jason at 'Digital Shadow Films' for such a kind gesture.

For those unfamiliar with the show, 'Millennium Apocalypse' turns its attention to Jordan Black (SHONI ALYSSE COOK), a young woman caught in a world of bizarre murders and government conspiracies. During the course of the series she must find the answer to saving the world from its end and saving herself. Her father has been missing for twelve years and a man she doesn't know claims to have all the answers she's seeking about her past, and the reason for her visions. Jordan must trust Christian (JOE AMOS) as he is to be her guide to finding all the mysteries. Now she must dive into the unknown and find clues to unlock the past to save the future.

'Millennium Apocalypse' is an outstanding production and deserves to be savored by every one who enjoyed Millennium and here's how you can get your hands on a free DVD of the show.

We have ten copies of this to give away to the ten best competition submissions as judged by the team at To be in with a chance of winning one of these DVD's all we ask is that you make a short video of yourself sharing your thoughts on why you believe 'Frank Black' deserves to be brought back to the screen. The video can be as simple or elaborate as you desire, you have our encouragement to be as creative as you like in your efforts. Simply upload the video to a video hosting site, such as Youtube, and email us your competition entry, which should contain a link to the video and details of where you would like the DVD to be delivered to should your entry prove to be judged a successful winner.

Each entry judged to be a winner will be hosted here at our Blog and we will give credit to all those entries who didn't win but deserve commendation all the same. The competition will remain ongoing to all ten copies have been awarded and we will give word of when this has been achieved here.

Good luck to all of you and we look forward to seeing the results of your efforts, nothing would give us more pleasure than having the chance to see fans of Millennium 'Frankly Speaking'!


  • Please ensure your entries are not inflammatory and do not contravene the terms of service of any host you use. BacktoFrankBlack is not responsible for any video you create in response to this competition. While BacktoFrankBlack represents an adult audience, we will not promote any videocasts that we feel are disrespectful, rude or infringe beyond fair use of copyright.
  • Only one entry per person is permitted to one household. Multiple or incomplete entries will be deemed to be invalid.
  • The Editors reserve the right to change the rules applicable to the competition at any time and for any reason.
  • There is no cash alternative to the prizes offered.
  • BacktoFRANKBLACK can offer no guarantee on the delivery of prizes. There is no compensatory offer for any DVD that fails to be delivered by the delivery services.
  • This competition is non-profit making.
  • No email addresses or postal details sent to BacktoFRANKBLACK will be given out to third parties.
  • Failure to comply with any of these rules may result in the disqualification of the entry. Editors reserve the right to disqualify any entry at their absolute discretion.
  • By emailing us your competition entry, you accept the terms and conditions of this competition.
  • Editors' decisions are final in all matters concerning a competition. It is a condition of entry to any competition that the entrant agrees to be bound by these rules whether they be published in the relevant online blog or not, and that the decisions of Editors and judges on any matter whatsoever arising out of or connected with the competition are final.

Millennium Limited Edition CD still showing stock!

Merchandise news: The Limited Edition Millennium CD came out last month with a print run of only 2000 units. While not directly linked to the campaign to return Frank Black, the more money made by Millennium products adds to the franchise's commercial worth! More importantly, it's a great piece of merchandise for any fan of Millennium or Mark Snow with a comprehensive booklet and two CDs worth of Millennium.

The store is still showing copies at La La Land Records, so maybe treat yourself to this rare opportunity to buy some new Millennium material!

More campaign news upcoming later today! Watch this space!

Happy New Year from BacktoFRANKBLACK!

Happy New Year!
Feliz año nuevo!
Onnellista uutta vuotta!
Bonne année!
S Novym Godom!

(and apologies for any inaccuracies in my linguistics!)

With the media, fans and industry back in the New Year, we'll forge on once more after a pleasant gap for the holidays! We have more from Lance, more from other Millennium crew, some new interactive ways for the fans to help us speak out, some competitions and hopefully - more media and industry interest in our cause!

Since our website update we've seen our newsletter sign-up rate increase - so that's encouraging indeed and our myspace page continues to gain more friends! Feel free to join either group!

We'll be sending out a newsletter this week and updating our blog with specific news - so keep an eye out! For 2009 we really want to showcase the fans far more than we have done so before - we've had such encouraging feedback we want to make sure we truly are a platform for the fans to speak out!

Remember - send FOX your letters! It is the BEST way to make yourself heard and to show FOX you really do care about the show!

20th Century Fox
10201 W. Pico Blvd.
Bldg. 88, Room 344
Los Angeles, CA 90035

More information on letter writing can be found here.

On a personal note - go purchase the extended X-Files: I Want To Believe DVD/Blue-Ray. It really is a fantastic film and worth of support from all Carter fans!

Stand Up And Be Counted!

It is always a pleasure when we receive word from fans of Millennium and from those who support our campaign. It is important to us to know that there are countless individuals out there who share our own passion for 'Frank Black' and 'Millennium'. Occasionally we will share with you some of the correspondence we receive, rest assured though we won't blog any of the mail we get without seeking the author's permission first. That said, if you wish to send us your thoughts on Millennium or points of interest regarding the campaign, please do. We read everything we receive and will respond to everyone as time permits. Here are the thoughts of a fellow fan of the franchise....

I've been a fan of 'Millennium' since the pilot episode aired in 1996. At first I just thought the show was 'cool' and different. I was a big fan right up until it was cancelled. In 1999 Fox started re-running the show from the beginning. I used to stay up late and videotaped each episode. I became fascinated with the show even further and gained a deeper appreciation for it.

For years all I had were those terrible, grainy VHS tapes. I watched them so many times they fell apart. Thank goodness for DVD's!

Fast forward several years and here I was, I had been married, became a father, I was divorced and my view of the world had changed considerably. All of a sudden 'Millennium' took on a much deeper meaning for me. Something happens to you when you become a parent. You see the world differently. For me, 'Millennium' got even better. I understood the family dynamic, I understood Frank's love and his loss. I understood the importance of being descent and doing the right thing. I understood him better than I could have before.

Never before has a television show moved, or engrossed me so much. Since 'Millennium' we have been subjected to the likes of 'CSI', 'The Profiler' and a miriad of other copy cat style shows. None of which can hold a candle to the acting, writing and atmosphere of the one true original, 'Millennium'.

The character of Frank Black (played brilliantly by Lance Henriksen) had a depth, an emotion, a believability the likes of which haven't been seen since. The dialog was crisp and real and the viewer believed every word he said. Unlike today's television shows where you have bad acting, egos and corny dialog, and such tissue thin stories and character development they are laughable by comparison.

Today's television is merely style over substance. 'Millennium' had both.

It truly was the best television show ever. Many pretenders have come and gone but there will only ever be one 'Millennium' and one Frank Black.

The show influenced me more than I ever thought possible. I've learned a lot from Frank Black. Here's to hoping that Frank comes back, one last time.

Please continue to share with us your thoughts and feelings and keep a close eye on our efforts in the new year for more exclusive interviews, competitions and campaign developments. Till then, may we thank you all for the support you have shown us thus far and wish you a very happy New Year!