However, fans will get one final treat according to the Sci Fi Channel's website, as MGM has okayed funds to bring about two low to mid-budget films, most likely in direct-to-DVD form. Essentially, a small budget on direct-to-DVD means they'll be able to make two extra-long episodes on DVD to wrap up the series in fine fashion. According to producer Brad Wright, the first film will wrap up loose ends and such, while the second will be a "time travel" flick of some variety. The cast is very excited for both projects. It is nice to see a long-running show get a proper, well-planned goodbye, instead of a sudden cancellation. Maybe I'll get into it next year ...
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