Quote:I think it sounds mighty interesting and I loved Browder's work on Farscape and anyone who had anything to do with the wonder of Farscape (Prowse) is a-okay in my book.
Browder has another project to keep him occupied, at least part of the time: Sci Fi also announced that it had picked up “Going Homer,” a miniseries he developed with “Farscape” director Andrew Prowse.
Here’s Sci Fi’s description of the project: “Greek and Roman deities walk among us, but only 12 year old Homer Ulysses Jones can see them for what they truly are. When Homer and his father are forced to flee a custody battle that would likely separate them, they journey from Los Angeles to the home of their ancestors – in Ithaca, N.Y. As they travel through the heart of Americana, Homer’s eyes will be opened to a mystical landscape of capricious Gods; some will help our heroes, some will divert them and others will try to kill them to prevent them from reaching their ultimate goal – home.”
“We’re really in early days,” with that project, Stern said. “We’ve bought the concept we’re going to be attaching a writer to work with him and we’re going to see where it’s going to go. It’s probably going to be a 6-hour miniseries. He and his partner have a full on story and an outline of where they want to go,” but the script has yet to be written, so there’s no projected air date for the miniseries.
Farscape Webisodes and Browder's New Project
I actually had all my notes done Wednesday evening, but didn't get around to writing this up until tonight. I guess that's the upside to the only…
I didn't expect to write this episode up, but after finally getting to watch it tonight, here I am. Not very wordy, but still, here it is. I really…
This all feels so far away and yet so familiar. Hmm… I'm not sure how many people will read this, but anyhoo, here I am once more. Tis the final…