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This article is about the television show. For the character, see Xena . For other uses, see Xena (Disambiguation) ".

" In a time of ancient gods, warlords and kings, a land in turmoil cried out for a hero. She was Xena , a mighty princess forged in the heat of battle. The power...the passion...the danger. Her courage will change the world. "

Xena: Warrior Princess was an Emmy Award-winnning television series which aired from September 4th, 1995 to June 18th, 2001 . It was a spin-off from Hercules: The Legendary Journeys , as well as was created by the executives of Renaissance Pictures , Robert Tapert and Sam Raimi . They both became the Executive Producers, along with R. J. Stewart , who was credited as having "developed" it, as well as John Schulian , credited as one of two people who "created" it, with Tapert being the other. It did, however, eventually outlive its "parent" show, running for a year longer.

The series depicts Kiwi actress Lucy Lawless as Xena the Warrior Princess, an ex-warlord who realises the error of her ways and fights for the Greater Good. Accompanying her is Gabrielle (played by Texan actress Renee O'Connor ), a bard and later Amazon Queen, who is Xena's best friend in the beginning and then later her implied lover and soulmate. They mainly travel through Greece and the Near East, although venture into ancient versions of Italy , China , England , Japan , Siberia , Norway , India , and Mauretania .

The show is heavily influenced by religious, mythological, and spiritual factors. It primarily focuses on the beliefs and folktales from ancient Greece and Rome, while some episodes focus on themes and folktales from Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism, and Norse paganism. It features many historical and mythological figures, such as Julius Caesar , Ares , Odin and his Valkyrie , and Lucifer .

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This article is about the television show. For the character, see Xena . For other uses, see Xena (Disambiguation) ".

" In a time of ancient gods, warlords and kings, a land in turmoil cried out for a hero. She was Xena , a mighty princess forged in the heat of battle. The power...the passion...the danger. Her courage will change the world. "

Xena: Warrior Princess was an Emmy Award-winnning television series which aired from September 4th, 1995 to June 18th, 2001 . It was a spin-off from Hercules: The Legendary Journeys , as well as was created by the executives of Renaissance Pictures , Robert Tapert and Sam Raimi . They both became the Executive Producers, along with R. J. Stewart , who was credited as having "developed" it, as well as John Schulian , credited as one of two people who "created" it, with Tapert being the other. It did, however, eventually outlive its "parent" show, running for a year longer.

The series depicts Kiwi actress Lucy Lawless as Xena the Warrior Princess, an ex-warlord who realises the error of her ways and fights for the Greater Good. Accompanying her is Gabrielle (played by Texan actress Renee O'Connor ), a bard and later Amazon Queen, who is Xena's best friend in the beginning and then later her implied lover and soulmate. They mainly travel through Greece and the Near East, although venture into ancient versions of Italy , China , England , Japan , Siberia , Norway , India , and Mauretania .

The show is heavily influenced by religious, mythological, and spiritual factors. It primarily focuses on the beliefs and folktales from ancient Greece and Rome, while some episodes focus on themes and folktales from Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism, and Norse paganism. It features many historical and mythological figures, such as Julius Caesar , Ares , Odin and his Valkyrie , and Lucifer .

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Xena: Warrior Princess is an American fantasy television series filmed on location in New Zealand. The series aired in syndication from September 4, 1995, until June 18, 2001. [1] It has been praised by critics for its strong female protagonist and has since acquired a strong cult following , attention in fandom , parody , and academia, and has influenced the direction of other television series. [2]

The series soared past its predecessor in ratings and in popularity. [8] In its second season it was the top rated syndicated drama series on American television. For all six years, Xena remained in the top five. [9] Cancellation of the series was announced in October 2000, and the series finale aired in the summer of 2001. [10] On August 13, 2015, NBC Entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt confirmed a Xena reboot is in development, with Raimi and Tapert returning as executive producers, with the show's debut sometime in 2016. [11] It was announced from Entertainment Weekly that Javier Grillo-Marxuach will serve as writer and producer for the reboot. [12]

Xena: Warrior Princess is set primarily in a fantasy version of ancient Greece and was filmed in New Zealand. Some filming locations are confidential, but many scenes were recorded in places such as the Waitakere Ranges Regional Park , part of the Auckland Regional parks often credited at the end of the episodes. [13]

As the show progressed, however, events took place throughout more modern times and places, from Cleopatra 's Alexandria to Julius Caesar 's Rome. The mythology of the show transitioned from that of the Olympian Gods to include Judeo-Christian elements. Eastern religions were touched on as well, with little regard to accurate time-and-place concerns. One episode, "The Way", which loosely interpreted elements of Hinduism as major plot points, generated controversy, requiring the producers to add a disclaimer at the head of the episode and a tag explaining the episode's intentions at its end. [18]

Mythological and supernatural locations are presented as equally real, physical places, often accessed through physical portals hidden in the landscape such as lakes and caves. They include the Elysian Fields , Tartarus , the River Styx , Valhalla , Heaven and Hell . The inhabitants of such places – gods, mythological beings and forces – are for the most part manifested as human characters who can move at will between their domains and the real world. Ares , the Greek God of War, for instance, is an egotistical man who wears studded black leather, and Aphrodite , Goddess of Love, is a California valley girl who uses typical valley girl slang and dresses in flowing, translucent pink gowns.

We're genuinely surprised it took this long, but Exquisite Films is finally releasing an adult parody of the cult TV series "Xena: Warrior Princess," and we've got the first images anywhere of the sure-to-be hit film. The original series ran from 1995-1999, and starred Lucy Lawless as a former despot who must atone for past sins by traveling the land, using her fighting prowess to help the innocent. Click through for high-definition stills. 

The spin-off of "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys" was produced by Robert Tapert and Sami Raimi, and found a particularly large following in the LGBT community, who celebrated the series' protagonists – Xena and her crimefighting partner, Gabrielle (Renée O'Connor) – as positive lesbian role models. The series never explicitly confirmed that the heroes were homosexual, although it repeatedly referenced the possibility throughout the show. Something tells us that Xena: Warrior Princess XXX: An Exquisite Films Parody will be decidedly less coy about it.

The parody stars Phoenix Marie as Xena, Lexi Belle as Gabrielle, Rocco Reed as Hercules (originally played by Kevin Sorbo), Tommy Pistol as Autocyclus (originally played by Bruce Campbell), Seth Gamble as Cupid (originally played by Lord of the Rings co-star Karl Urban), Tommy Gun as Ares, Nicole Aniston as Aphrodite, Lee Stone as Draco, Juelz Ventura as Alti, Randi Wright as Jessica and Chanel Preston as Topaz. Curiously enough, there's no mention of Joxer, the fan-favorite character played by the great Ted Raimi. Maybe they're holding off for a sequel.

Quoth director Jordan Septo: "One of my favorite things about watching the mainstream TV show ‘Xena” was Lucy Lawless’ eyes. I wanted to make sure our XXX Xena had the same piercing blue eyes capable of stopping a man in his tracks. Anyone who’s seen Phoenix Marie knows she possesses the same enchanting qualities. Phoenix completely transformed herself into the sword-wielding princess, and I am excited for fans to finally have a chance to enjoy the first photos."

Safe for Work (SFW) trailers of Exquisite Films parodies can be viewed on their YouTube page. Xena: Warrior Princess XXX: An Exquisite Films Parody will be available on DVD later this year.

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" In a time of ancient gods, warlords and kings, a land in turmoil cried out for a hero. She was Xena , a mighty princess forged in the heat of battle. The power...the passion...the danger. Her courage will change the world. "

Xena: Warrior Princess was an Emmy Award-winnning television series which aired from September 4th, 1995 to June 18th, 2001 . It was a spin-off from Hercules: The Legendary Journeys , as well as was created by the executives of Renaissance Pictures , Robert Tapert and Sam Raimi . They both became the Executive Producers, along with R. J. Stewart , who was credited as having "developed" it, as well as John Schulian , credited as one of two people who "created" it, with Tapert being the other. It did, however, eventually outlive its "parent" show, running for a year longer.

The series depicts Kiwi actress Lucy Lawless as Xena the Warrior Princess, an ex-warlord who realises the error of her ways and fights for the Greater Good. Accompanying her is Gabrielle (played by Texan actress Renee O'Connor ), a bard and later Amazon Queen, who is Xena's best friend in the beginning and then later her implied lover and soulmate. They mainly travel through Greece and the Near East, although venture into ancient versions of Italy , China , England , Japan , Siberia , Norway , India , and Mauretania .

The show is heavily influenced by religious, mythological, and spiritual factors. It primarily focuses on the beliefs and folktales from ancient Greece and Rome, while some episodes focus on themes and folktales from Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism, and Norse paganism. It features many historical and mythological figures, such as Julius Caesar , Ares , Odin and his Valkyrie , and Lucifer .

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Xena: Warrior Princess is an American fantasy television series filmed on location in New Zealand. The series aired in syndication from September 4, 1995, until June 18, 2001. [1] It has been praised by critics for its strong female protagonist and has since acquired a strong cult following , attention in fandom , parody , and academia, and has influenced the direction of other television series. [2]

The series soared past its predecessor in ratings and in popularity. [8] In its second season it was the top rated syndicated drama series on American television. For all six years, Xena remained in the top five. [9] Cancellation of the series was announced in October 2000, and the series finale aired in the summer of 2001. [10] On August 13, 2015, NBC Entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt confirmed a Xena reboot is in development, with Raimi and Tapert returning as executive producers, with the show's debut sometime in 2016. [11] It was announced from Entertainment Weekly that Javier Grillo-Marxuach will serve as writer and producer for the reboot. [12]

Xena: Warrior Princess is set primarily in a fantasy version of ancient Greece and was filmed in New Zealand. Some filming locations are confidential, but many scenes were recorded in places such as the Waitakere Ranges Regional Park , part of the Auckland Regional parks often credited at the end of the episodes. [13]

As the show progressed, however, events took place throughout more modern times and places, from Cleopatra 's Alexandria to Julius Caesar 's Rome. The mythology of the show transitioned from that of the Olympian Gods to include Judeo-Christian elements. Eastern religions were touched on as well, with little regard to accurate time-and-place concerns. One episode, "The Way", which loosely interpreted elements of Hinduism as major plot points, generated controversy, requiring the producers to add a disclaimer at the head of the episode and a tag explaining the episode's intentions at its end. [18]

Mythological and supernatural locations are presented as equally real, physical places, often accessed through physical portals hidden in the landscape such as lakes and caves. They include the Elysian Fields , Tartarus , the River Styx , Valhalla , Heaven and Hell . The inhabitants of such places – gods, mythological beings and forces – are for the most part manifested as human characters who can move at will between their domains and the real world. Ares , the Greek God of War, for instance, is an egotistical man who wears studded black leather, and Aphrodite , Goddess of Love, is a California valley girl who uses typical valley girl slang and dresses in flowing, translucent pink gowns.

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This article is about the television show. For the character, see Xena . For other uses, see Xena (Disambiguation) ".

" In a time of ancient gods, warlords and kings, a land in turmoil cried out for a hero. She was Xena , a mighty princess forged in the heat of battle. The power...the passion...the danger. Her courage will change the world. "

Xena: Warrior Princess was an Emmy Award-winnning television series which aired from September 4th, 1995 to June 18th, 2001 . It was a spin-off from Hercules: The Legendary Journeys , as well as was created by the executives of Renaissance Pictures , Robert Tapert and Sam Raimi . They both became the Executive Producers, along with R. J. Stewart , who was credited as having "developed" it, as well as John Schulian , credited as one of two people who "created" it, with Tapert being the other. It did, however, eventually outlive its "parent" show, running for a year longer.

The series depicts Kiwi actress Lucy Lawless as Xena the Warrior Princess, an ex-warlord who realises the error of her ways and fights for the Greater Good. Accompanying her is Gabrielle (played by Texan actress Renee O'Connor ), a bard and later Amazon Queen, who is Xena's best friend in the beginning and then later her implied lover and soulmate. They mainly travel through Greece and the Near East, although venture into ancient versions of Italy , China , England , Japan , Siberia , Norway , India , and Mauretania .

The show is heavily influenced by religious, mythological, and spiritual factors. It primarily focuses on the beliefs and folktales from ancient Greece and Rome, while some episodes focus on themes and folktales from Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism, and Norse paganism. It features many historical and mythological figures, such as Julius Caesar , Ares , Odin and his Valkyrie , and Lucifer .

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" In a time of ancient gods, warlords and kings, a land in turmoil cried out for a hero. She was Xena , a mighty princess forged in the heat of battle. The power...the passion...the danger. Her courage will change the world. "

Xena: Warrior Princess was an Emmy Award-winnning television series which aired from September 4th, 1995 to June 18th, 2001 . It was a spin-off from Hercules: The Legendary Journeys , as well as was created by the executives of Renaissance Pictures , Robert Tapert and Sam Raimi . They both became the Executive Producers, along with R. J. Stewart , who was credited as having "developed" it, as well as John Schulian , credited as one of two people who "created" it, with Tapert being the other. It did, however, eventually outlive its "parent" show, running for a year longer.

The series depicts Kiwi actress Lucy Lawless as Xena the Warrior Princess, an ex-warlord who realises the error of her ways and fights for the Greater Good. Accompanying her is Gabrielle (played by Texan actress Renee O'Connor ), a bard and later Amazon Queen, who is Xena's best friend in the beginning and then later her implied lover and soulmate. They mainly travel through Greece and the Near East, although venture into ancient versions of Italy , China , England , Japan , Siberia , Norway , India , and Mauretania .

The show is heavily influenced by religious, mythological, and spiritual factors. It primarily focuses on the beliefs and folktales from ancient Greece and Rome, while some episodes focus on themes and folktales from Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism, and Norse paganism. It features many historical and mythological figures, such as Julius Caesar , Ares , Odin and his Valkyrie , and Lucifer .

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Xena: Warrior Princess is an American fantasy television series filmed on location in New Zealand. The series aired in syndication from September 4, 1995, until June 18, 2001. [1] It has been praised by critics for its strong female protagonist and has since acquired a strong cult following , attention in fandom , parody , and academia, and has influenced the direction of other television series. [2]

The series soared past its predecessor in ratings and in popularity. [8] In its second season it was the top rated syndicated drama series on American television. For all six years, Xena remained in the top five. [9] Cancellation of the series was announced in October 2000, and the series finale aired in the summer of 2001. [10] On August 13, 2015, NBC Entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt confirmed a Xena reboot is in development, with Raimi and Tapert returning as executive producers, with the show's debut sometime in 2016. [11] It was announced from Entertainment Weekly that Javier Grillo-Marxuach will serve as writer and producer for the reboot. [12]

Xena: Warrior Princess is set primarily in a fantasy version of ancient Greece and was filmed in New Zealand. Some filming locations are confidential, but many scenes were recorded in places such as the Waitakere Ranges Regional Park , part of the Auckland Regional parks often credited at the end of the episodes. [13]

As the show progressed, however, events took place throughout more modern times and places, from Cleopatra 's Alexandria to Julius Caesar 's Rome. The mythology of the show transitioned from that of the Olympian Gods to include Judeo-Christian elements. Eastern religions were touched on as well, with little regard to accurate time-and-place concerns. One episode, "The Way", which loosely interpreted elements of Hinduism as major plot points, generated controversy, requiring the producers to add a disclaimer at the head of the episode and a tag explaining the episode's intentions at its end. [18]

Mythological and supernatural locations are presented as equally real, physical places, often accessed through physical portals hidden in the landscape such as lakes and caves. They include the Elysian Fields , Tartarus , the River Styx , Valhalla , Heaven and Hell . The inhabitants of such places – gods, mythological beings and forces – are for the most part manifested as human characters who can move at will between their domains and the real world. Ares , the Greek God of War, for instance, is an egotistical man who wears studded black leather, and Aphrodite , Goddess of Love, is a California valley girl who uses typical valley girl slang and dresses in flowing, translucent pink gowns.

We're genuinely surprised it took this long, but Exquisite Films is finally releasing an adult parody of the cult TV series "Xena: Warrior Princess," and we've got the first images anywhere of the sure-to-be hit film. The original series ran from 1995-1999, and starred Lucy Lawless as a former despot who must atone for past sins by traveling the land, using her fighting prowess to help the innocent. Click through for high-definition stills. 

The spin-off of "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys" was produced by Robert Tapert and Sami Raimi, and found a particularly large following in the LGBT community, who celebrated the series' protagonists – Xena and her crimefighting partner, Gabrielle (Renée O'Connor) – as positive lesbian role models. The series never explicitly confirmed that the heroes were homosexual, although it repeatedly referenced the possibility throughout the show. Something tells us that Xena: Warrior Princess XXX: An Exquisite Films Parody will be decidedly less coy about it.

The parody stars Phoenix Marie as Xena, Lexi Belle as Gabrielle, Rocco Reed as Hercules (originally played by Kevin Sorbo), Tommy Pistol as Autocyclus (originally played by Bruce Campbell), Seth Gamble as Cupid (originally played by Lord of the Rings co-star Karl Urban), Tommy Gun as Ares, Nicole Aniston as Aphrodite, Lee Stone as Draco, Juelz Ventura as Alti, Randi Wright as Jessica and Chanel Preston as Topaz. Curiously enough, there's no mention of Joxer, the fan-favorite character played by the great Ted Raimi. Maybe they're holding off for a sequel.

Quoth director Jordan Septo: "One of my favorite things about watching the mainstream TV show ‘Xena” was Lucy Lawless’ eyes. I wanted to make sure our XXX Xena had the same piercing blue eyes capable of stopping a man in his tracks. Anyone who’s seen Phoenix Marie knows she possesses the same enchanting qualities. Phoenix completely transformed herself into the sword-wielding princess, and I am excited for fans to finally have a chance to enjoy the first photos."

Safe for Work (SFW) trailers of Exquisite Films parodies can be viewed on their YouTube page. Xena: Warrior Princess XXX: An Exquisite Films Parody will be available on DVD later this year.

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This article is about the television show. For the character, see Xena . For other uses, see Xena (Disambiguation) ".

" In a time of ancient gods, warlords and kings, a land in turmoil cried out for a hero. She was Xena , a mighty princess forged in the heat of battle. The power...the passion...the danger. Her courage will change the world. "

Xena: Warrior Princess was an Emmy Award-winnning television series which aired from September 4th, 1995 to June 18th, 2001 . It was a spin-off from Hercules: The Legendary Journeys , as well as was created by the executives of Renaissance Pictures , Robert Tapert and Sam Raimi . They both became the Executive Producers, along with R. J. Stewart , who was credited as having "developed" it, as well as John Schulian , credited as one of two people who "created" it, with Tapert being the other. It did, however, eventually outlive its "parent" show, running for a year longer.

The series depicts Kiwi actress Lucy Lawless as Xena the Warrior Princess, an ex-warlord who realises the error of her ways and fights for the Greater Good. Accompanying her is Gabrielle (played by Texan actress Renee O'Connor ), a bard and later Amazon Queen, who is Xena's best friend in the beginning and then later her implied lover and soulmate. They mainly travel through Greece and the Near East, although venture into ancient versions of Italy , China , England , Japan , Siberia , Norway , India , and Mauretania .

The show is heavily influenced by religious, mythological, and spiritual factors. It primarily focuses on the beliefs and folktales from ancient Greece and Rome, while some episodes focus on themes and folktales from Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism, and Norse paganism. It features many historical and mythological figures, such as Julius Caesar , Ares , Odin and his Valkyrie , and Lucifer .

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Xena: Warrior Princess is an American fantasy television series filmed on location in New Zealand. The series aired in syndication from September 4, 1995, until June 18, 2001. [1] It has been praised by critics for its strong female protagonist and has since acquired a strong cult following , attention in fandom , parody , and academia, and has influenced the direction of other television series. [2]

The series soared past its predecessor in ratings and in popularity. [8] In its second season it was the top rated syndicated drama series on American television. For all six years, Xena remained in the top five. [9] Cancellation of the series was announced in October 2000, and the series finale aired in the summer of 2001. [10] On August 13, 2015, NBC Entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt confirmed a Xena reboot is in development, with Raimi and Tapert returning as executive producers, with the show's debut sometime in 2016. [11] It was announced from Entertainment Weekly that Javier Grillo-Marxuach will serve as writer and producer for the reboot. [12]

Xena: Warrior Princess is set primarily in a fantasy version of ancient Greece and was filmed in New Zealand. Some filming locations are confidential, but many scenes were recorded in places such as the Waitakere Ranges Regional Park , part of the Auckland Regional parks often credited at the end of the episodes. [13]

As the show progressed, however, events took place throughout more modern times and places, from Cleopatra 's Alexandria to Julius Caesar 's Rome. The mythology of the show transitioned from that of the Olympian Gods to include Judeo-Christian elements. Eastern religions were touched on as well, with little regard to accurate time-and-place concerns. One episode, "The Way", which loosely interpreted elements of Hinduism as major plot points, generated controversy, requiring the producers to add a disclaimer at the head of the episode and a tag explaining the episode's intentions at its end. [18]

Mythological and supernatural locations are presented as equally real, physical places, often accessed through physical portals hidden in the landscape such as lakes and caves. They include the Elysian Fields , Tartarus , the River Styx , Valhalla , Heaven and Hell . The inhabitants of such places – gods, mythological beings and forces – are for the most part manifested as human characters who can move at will between their domains and the real world. Ares , the Greek God of War, for instance, is an egotistical man who wears studded black leather, and Aphrodite , Goddess of Love, is a California valley girl who uses typical valley girl slang and dresses in flowing, translucent pink gowns.