Count Zero wrote:
In the end, Blakes 7 is a tragic tale of a failed revolution. All those sacrifices, all those ethical compromises and they don't even manage to kill Servalan. To me, that's why this show is so great, because it's so life-like in that aspect and doesn't sugar-coat things.
But Jaquelin Pearce was pissed off at not being in the final episode.
Which raises a point - in this day an age would we see and ending akin to "Blake' does modern television make it more likely
Also wonder want it means to for current B7 related projects, Big Finish is doing the Liberator Chronicles audios and well as new novels.
Not sure what the status of the re-imaged audio drama is.