Millennium (1996–1999)
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Goodbye to All That 

In the series impromptu finale, Frank, suspecting the Millennium Group's involvement, burns all bridges in his pursuit of the copycat killer. Emma makes her Sophie's choice. The Group betrays Watts. Frank returns in X-Files: Millennium.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Frank Black
Agent Emma Hollis
Jordan Black
Special Agent Barry Baldwin
Assistant Director Andy McClaren
James Edward Hollis
Lucas Wayne Barr (as Jeff Parise)
Dr. Arnett
Cheryl Kellough
Peter Watts
Ken McGreevey
Doug Scaife
Jill Krop ...
Barbara Watts


In the aftermath of the explosion, Frank (Lance Henriksen) continues his pursuit of the copycat serial killer, while Peter Watts (Terry O'Quinn) offers Emma (Klea Scott) an opportunity to join the Millennium Group. Will Emma join? How far will Frank go? and how will it all end?

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21 May 1999 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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The Countdown to the final episode.
16 May 2006 | by See all my reviews

I always liked Millennium. Most of the episodes were good. However , as I remember the countdown to the "season " finale, Fox kept announcing , that there were only several episodes to the " season finale" Which inferred that the would be a season four.

The night of the last episode , Fox through a curve ball to all of us fans , and announced ,as the show started, that this was the ' series finale "!!!! This really aggravated all true fans.

They apparently shot two endings, the one we saw was where Peter was seen laying in a pool , of blood.

I rated this episode a 6 , only because of the way the network screwed us. They could have given the series a chance to wind it up in 2000, the so called beginning of the millennium we are now., which was actually 2001.

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