2020 marks the 25th anniversary of the legendary TV show, Xena: Warrior Princess. Join us as we talk with fans that followed Xena's journey and the actors that made it come to life as we celebrate the show in this retrospective podcast.
Lady in Leather Action, and I Was Hooked
Throughout the last 25 years, Xena: Warrior Princess has impacted so many people in so many different ways. To celebrate this fandom, we’ve brought together some super fans to discuss their experiences with the show. Host Katie Wilson sits down with writer, Emily Jermusyk, entertainment journalist, Chris Harnick, and Xena Cosplayer Jessica Crouse as they share their epic stories from ladies in leather to chakrams sent by Lucy Lawless.
Bruce Campbell is a Good Neighbor
Even though it’s been decades since he was the King of Thieves, Bruce Campbell, says Autolycus will always be part of him. So you better be sure to check his pockets for cinnamon gum when he leaves 7/11. From Hercules to Xena, Bruce talks about his experiences behind the camera and in front of it. Katie and Bruce fangrrl over Lucy and Renee, and play who said it: Xena, Ruby Knowby, or Lucy Lawless.
Joxer The Mighty Makes a Mean Brisket
The 25th anniversary celebration continues with another meaty episode. Did we say meaty, we meant mighty. Joxer the Mighty, that is. Ted Raimi hasn’t talked about Xena: Warrior Princess in nearly a decade, but he is sitting down with host Katie Wilson in what may be one of his final interviews about the show. From remembering his first day on set to his thoughts about his iconic song, Ted talks and spills the tea about his fellow cast-mates over the years. Cook a brisket in the oven while you listen for the full experience.
Xena, Gabrielle, and Vince the Rat?
SYFY Fangrrls resident Xena mega fan, Katie Wilson, is joined by the O.G. warrior princesses themselves, Lucy Lawless and Renee O’Connor.
Xena 25: The 25th Anniversary Podcast Coming Soon!
Hey Xenites! Celebrate the 25th anniversary of Xena: Warrior Princess with a brand new SYFY Fangrrls podcast. Hosted by resident Xena mega fan, Katie Wilson, we’re looking back at over 25 years of Xena and talking about what makes this show so important. From special guests, to fans, this podcast is going to be better than hot tubs and subtext.