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Lucy Lawless Officially Wants To Reboot "Xena: Warrior Princess"

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“I’ve been pitching that, actually,” Lawless told Den of Geek. “The fans really do want that, and I’ve met some people who’ve crowd-funded some things, and I’m just like, Why don’t we just do that?"

But Xena died! you might be thinking to yourself. Well, Lawless has a quick fix for that. "So what? Technicality! No one really dies!" she said.

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"Screw her head back on, it’s a bit wonky, and she’s got a really bad attitude since she’s been in a box for 20 years, so they’ve got to get Xena’s mojo back, and go and save the world somehow.”

  1. What do you guys think, are you on board for a Xena reboot?

    Absolutely yes, give me more Xena.
    Syfy
    Absolutely yes, give me more Xena.
    Absolutely not, she's perfect as is, let her rest in peace.
    Syfy
    Absolutely not, she's perfect as is, let her rest in peace.

Lucy Lawless Officially Wants To Reboot "Xena: Warrior Princess"

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What do you guys think, are you on board for a Xena reboot?
  1. Absolutely yes, give me more Xena.
     
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    Absolutely yes, give me more Xena.
  2. Absolutely not, she's perfect as is, let her rest in peace.
     
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    Absolutely not, she's perfect as is, let her rest in peace.

It might actually happen! According to The Hollywood Reporter, the show's original executive producers Rob Tapert and Sam Raimi are involved in the early stages of a reboot at NBC.

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