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Good price! Bought it last year for $30 on Amazon.
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I read the title as "Millennials". I thought it was a show about hipsters from Seattle Washington.
Millennial means anyone 35 and under or so.
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Really liked this show. Always remember the episode where "Love Hurts" plays while a home in middle of nowhere is being investigated.
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God, remember this show as being a companion to X-Files. Never watched it though, what was it about anyway? Some old creep that time traveled?
I'm kind of curious myself. I kind of remember the movie back in I think the late eighties which had Kris Kristofferson (old dude from the Blade movies). People from the future take people from the past who were going to die anyway. To do what with, hell if I can remember. Anyway, I'm wondering if the show follows the storyline of the movie at all or is it a case of the same name and that's all. I'm kind of thinking that it isn't the same as the movie as I believe this show was just a crime drama, but I can't really say as I never really watched it.

Edit: Looks like I was right on both counts: here is a link to the movie [imdb.com]. I'm surprised that the show [imdb.com] isn't more of a sci-fi sort of thing as it looks like Lance Henriksen is the main guy. I thought he only did sci-fi stuff (or at least that's all I remember him in).
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I'm kind of curious myself. I kind of remember the movie back in I think the late eighties which had Kris Kristofferson (old dude from the Blade movies). People from the future take people from the past who were going to die anyway. To do what with, hell if I can remember. Anyway, I'm wondering if the show follows the storyline of the movie at all or is it a case of the same name and that's all. I'm kind of thinking that it isn't the same as the movie as I believe this show was just a crime drama, but I can't really say as I never really watched it.
It's about an FBI investigator/profiler and this cult called the millennium cult. Remember it being pretty creepy. Not sure how it'll hold the rest of time.
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I really enjoyed this series back in the day especially the xfiles crossover episode after it had been cancelled. Lance Henrickson was great in this series.
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There;s just so much wrong with that description I don't know where to start

KK is now best remembered as the dude from Blade? Even if being an actor was his main occupation, he was in a ton of better know movies.

FWIW -- the TV series with Lance Henriksen has nothing to do with the 1989 movie.
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Nevermind..
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I loved the show. Although the same creator as X-Files and there was the cross over episode, there were very little similarities between the two shows (although both shows had awesome episodes with Brad Dourif). Millennium was definitely a darker and, at times, a more disturbing series than X-Files. It was pretty obvious that the series was doomed though when Morgan and Wong came in for the second season, not because the work that they did was bad, but because it really changed the tone of the show and that usually doesn't bode well for longevity. Season 3 did try to get back to that darker tone, but it was too late. Frown
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So pretty sure i bought the 3 seasons separately like 15 years ago....and still haven't watched it. Sigh.
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yes yes yes yes yes - one of the best shows around.

such a gritty and truly pull-no-punches dark. always wished they did a blu-ray run, but the series never had enough popularity to warrant it. in for the set!
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