Millennium after the Millennium
Discover the enduring story of Millennium as we take a trip down a path of mystery unraveling how Millennium came to be and why it really ended.
Millennium after the Millennium is a new documentary focused on Chris Carter’s Millennium. Set twenty years after the show ended we take a look back at what makes Millennium so enduring. With virtually every major crew and cast member including Chris Carter, Lance Henriksen, Frank Spotnitz, Chip Johannessen, James Wong, Glen Morgan and…
Millennium after the Millennium Blu-Ray
Millennium after the Millennium Limited Edition Pre-Order DVD
- Home Again: Return to the Yellow House
- Mark Snow Millennium CD Release Event
- Interview with Executive Producer Troy L. Foreman
- Interview with Opening Credits creator Andrew Shelton
- MATM Promos and Trailers
- All contestant submitted Opening Credit Sequences
- Matthew Ingles Artwork Gallery w/score
- End Game: The Return of Avatar
- Resurrection Films Sneak Peak
Included Subtitles: English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Polish, Portuguese and Swedish
Troy and Chris Carter hanging out at 1013 Productions in Santa Monica.
Richard Whitley was kind enough to let us snap a picture of his original script for "Goodbye Charlie"
While visiting Chip Johannessen we had some time to take a look at some top secrete stuff for the new season of Homeland. (This however is just a storyboard from a previous season)
The prolific Robert McLachlan visited with us while on the set shooting Ray Donovan.
Chris Willingham, in his editing bay cutting an episode of Grimm.
Dwight Little hanging out with us in LA.
Kay and Erin taking a photo with Jason after their interview. Lovely people to get the chance to talk with.
The charismatic James Morrison talks about his time on Millennium.
Lance...giving Troy THAT look.
Chip, Jason and Patrick hanging out on the Fox lot in Patrick Harbinson's office.
Richard Whitley taking time out of his day to discus the fan favorite "Goodbye Charlie"
Ted Mann a television legend hanging with us on the Fox Studio lot.
The prolific Thomas J. Wright gives us his insight.