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    Angel sesong 6

    Hei.
    Etter jeg så siste epsiode av Angel s5 så søkte jeg litt rundt om kring på nettet etter Angel s6, men fant veldig lite informasjon.
    En som vet om den i det hele tatt skal bli laget?

    - Vegard

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    Det er ingen planer om en 6. sesong av Angel. Det ser forøvrig også ut til at Joss Whedon ikke er interessert i å jobbe mer med Fox.

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    14. Februar (St. Valentine's Day) 2004, fikk Joss beskjed av Fox at Angel ville bli kansellert etter sesong 5 var ferdig.

    Her er svaret han postet samme dagen:

    Some of you may have heard the hilarious news. I thought this would be a good time to weigh in. to answer some obvious questions: No, we had no idea this was coming. Yes, we will finish out the season. No, I don't think the WB is doing the right thing. Yes, I'm grateful they did it early enough for my people to find other jobs.

    Yes, my heart is breaking.

    When Buffy ended, I was tapped out and ready to send it off. When Firefly got the axe, I went into a state of denial so huge it may very well cause a movie. But Angel... we really were starting to feel like we were on top, hitting our stride -- and then we strode right into the Pit of Snakes 'n' Lava. I'm so into these characters, these actors, the situations we're building... you wanna know how I feel? Watch the first act of "The Body."

    As far as TV movies or whatever, I'm not thinking that far ahead. I actually hope my actors and writers are all too busy. We always planned this season finale to be a great capper to the season and the show in general. (And a great platform for a new season, of course.) We'll proceed ahead as planned.

    I've never made mainstream TV very well. I like surprises, and TV isn't about surprises, unless the surprise is who gets voted off of something. I've been lucky to sneak this strange, strange show over the airwaves for as long as I have. I don't FEEL lucky, but I understand that I am.

    Thanks all for your support, your community, and your perfectly sane devotion. It's meant a lot. I regret nothing (except the string of grisley murders in the 80's -- what was THAT all about?) Remember the words of the poet:

    "Two roads diverged in a wood, and I took the road less traveled by and they CANCELLED MY FRIKKIN' SHOW. I totally shoulda took the road that had all those people on it. Damn."

    See you soon.



    -j.


    Hver gang jeg leser den beskjeden (og jeg leser den på en ukentlig basis) så gråter og ler jeg samtidig.



    edit: Og her er mitt innlegg på Whedonesque, 14. februar i år:

    http://whedonesque.com/comments/9543#more








    Edit#2: For de som liker å lese Whedons skriblerier til fansen: Her er brevet som følger med Angel complete series box set:




    Dear Angel Fan...

    "..and she'll have a love interest, a mysterious stranger named Angel who turns out to be a vampire! But a vampire with a SOUL, cursed to walk the night in eternal remorse for his evil deeds.."

    No wait. That's way too cheesy. Nobody will ever buy that.

    Such were my thoughts as I developed the TV show "Buffy the Vampire Slayer." I knew Angel wouldn't (forgive the pun) fly. I was frantic. And then something wonderful happened.

    I totally didn't come up with anything better.

    So this guy was born, and not only did people buy him, they loved him. I loved him, at least 76% platonically. I loved him enough to create, with my partner in crime David Greenwalt, his own show. "Angel". And then it got weird. Well, weirder.

    The thing is, "Buffy" was a simple premise that developed into a complex show. "Angel" was not a simple premise, not for guys like Dave and me. We couldn't just have noble, handsome, dark hero rush in and save various days. We tried. That ain't life. We found that "Angel" needed to be a show about our darkest journeys, not unlike Buffy except that Buffy had a grounding; she had a destiny, an arc, a posse. We knew where she had to go. We had NO IDEA where Angel had to go. And so he went everywhere: up down, good, bad, left, farther left... off the edge of the world and home for supper and the thing is, it ended up being as much or more about our lives than Buffy was. We weren't 'chosen' (not for sports, anyway). We had no destiny. We lived on the edge of chaos, personally, narratively... even as Angel surrounded himself with more and more of a family (and we found more and more wonderful actors for David Boreanaz to play against), that central core of warmth and safety that Buffy enjoyed was missing. The result is before you in toto: The long, strange trip that is five years in the life a vampire. Not long enough, I would argue, but plenty with the strange. For your listy goodness, a few of the moments herein that made my life worth living:

    --Angel locking a roomful of lawyers in with two peckish vampire gals.
    --Buffy swearing never to forget her time with Angel, right before she does.
    --Faith in the rain, begging Angel to kill her.
    --Princess Cordelia.
    --Darla's horrified accusation, "While Spike - SPIKE - was out killing a Slayer, you were busy saving Missonaries!... From me." (True emotional Vampire logic, courtesy of Tim Minear.)
    --Lilah dressing up as Fred to seduce Wesley. (Gentlemen, start you therapists!)
    --Any and all karaoke.
    --Fred and Wesley, deeply drunk.
    --Gunn in the White Room, meeting his match.
    --The biggest, bloodiest and most personal Spike/Angel fight we've ever shot.
    --The silliest, most pointless Spike/Angel argument we've ever shot.
    --Dude, puppets!

    With no star to guide us, we sailed into waters filled with dragons and mermaids and a few really impressive icebergs. We made some of our most compelling television, reinventing season by season, show by show, moment to moment. This is our odd little odyssey, and no, we never did reach the shores of safety, but that's sort of the point. We don't go through the Hell of existence - the pain, the drama, the meaninglessness and confusion because it's safe, or simple, or will end happily now or ever after. We do it because nobody ever come up with anything better.

    So enjoy it. I did.

    *Signed* Joss Whedon



    *elske Joss*

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    Okeeei, det her var jo ingen hyggelig "nyhet"... Jeg som hadde et skikkelig håp om sesong seks etter jeg fant noe på nettet som ligna manuskript til akkurat sesong 6 jaja..
    Får begynne på første sesong igjen, for 3 gang da..

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    Angel Season 6 trailer..!

    En trailer med slutten av season 6, laget av et non-profit selskap. Dette er faktisk lagt inn på www.cityofangel.com som er den offisielle siden, som stadig oppdateres. Her er linken til trailern: http://www.kerniecamproductions.com/angel/ Enjoy.... :-P

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