More than 50 novels have been published in the "DEATHLANDS"
post-nuke adventure series since 1986.
Now Toronto's AMBER LIGHT and SCI FI PICTURES have produced the first DEATHLANDS
MOW "HOMEWARD BOUND."
The 18-day shoot, directed by Joshua "The Invisible Man" Butler, starred Vincent Spano ("Rumble
Fish", "Alive", "Texas Rangers") as 'Ryan Cawdor', sporting a nasty right cheek scar, eyepatch and M16, Russian-born beauty
Jenya Lano ("Xena", "The Shield", "Blade") as sexy, red-haired mutie 'Krysty Wroth', Cliff Saunders as 'J.B. Dix', Nathan
Carter as 'Jak Lauren', Matthew Currie Holmes as 'Nathan Freeman', Alan C. Peterson as 'Harvey Cawdor', Colin Fox as 'Baron
Titus Cawdor' and various crackshot survivors including Sneak Peek.ca webmaster Michael Stevens ... all fighting numerous
wild gun-battles against hordes of the heavily-armed 'SEC Mutants' ...
SCI FI Has Hot Streak ...
The SCI FI Channel reported that its May ratings
ranked it in the top 10 of all non-news cable networks in key demographics and represented a record-setting 13th consecutive
month of year-over-year ratings growth. The ratings represented the longest current prime-time streak in television
and set a channel record.
The channel reported its best May ever, with a 0.9
prime-time ratings average, 29 percent higher than the same month last year. In overall prime-time ratings among all non-news
cable networks, SCI FI ranked in the top 10 among the following key demographics: persons 25-54, persons 18-49, males 25-54
and males 18-49.
This year, SCI FI became the largest producer of original movies in television, beating out all cable
and broadcast networks.
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