Xena, a mighty Warrior Princess with a dark past, sets out to redeem herself. She is joined by small town bard, Gabrielle. Together they journey the ancient world and fight for the greater good against ruthless Warlords and Gods.
When Caesar, advised by Callisto, fixes a price for Xena's head, the Warrior Princess believes it's finally the time to kill him - even if that may lead her and Gabrielle to the death by crucifixion ...
Gabrielles comes home to Potedaia, where she meets her sister Lila. There, Lila tells her that a man called Gurkhan kidnapped her daughter, Sarah, and eventually killed her parents and her husband. ...
Hercules and Iolaus take time out from Iolaus' wedding preparations, to help a distant village under attack from "monsters". When they reach their destination, they find the monsters are in... See full summary »
Hercules is provoked till he has no other choice then fight Gargan, a giant who had absolutely no quarrel with him- and decks the mountain of aggression easily. Then the last survivor of a ... See full summary »
A newlywed with the ability to communicate with the earthbound spirits of the recently deceased overcomes skepticism and doubt to help send their important messages to the living and allow the dead to pass on to the other side.
Jennifer Love Hewitt,
Xena,once known as "Destroyer of Nations," tries to redeem herself by fighting for the greater good. On her quest, she meets Gabrielle, a small town bard hungry for adventure. Together they take down some of the world's most formidable opponents, even the gods! Written by
Willie Nelson Crane Jr
In a 2011 memoir at Alex Belth's Bronx Banter blog by one of Xena's creators, John Schulian, titled "From Ali to Xena" chapters 43, 44, 45 he describes how the character of Xena was created, and the success of casting Lucy Lawless. See more »
Likeable Show About Redemption Mixed With Great Comedy
This was an amazing show that switched from comedy to high drama to
tragedy to sword-fighting action and mayhem. All of this usually happened in
the same episode. A great show for students of mythology, although the
writers did incorporate their own ideas (into the mythological settings and
characters) to give the show more texture and layers. The best part of the
show was Xena and Gabrielle's intense affection, friendship and respect for
one another. They are truly partners in everything they do and always
willing to sacrifice for one another. However, there's plenty of comedy as
well to keep the show from getting too serious. The more episodes you
watch, the more you'll like and understand the concept of the show, and how
it works on different levels simultaneously. Very highly
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