Here in the "background" you'll see a number of background information on the television series Xena: Warrior Princess, for example, how the series has emerged from the cult series Hercules, which awards and reviews, it was his time and now to the TV show, then of course the sexuality of the great influence on the international lesbian community exercised and it still does today. Also you can find general background information on the Xena series directly as well as its creators, the directors.


Like its predecessor „Hercules“ series Xena extensive criticism was suspended. There have been criticized in particular to get used to costumes, what with the contemporary clothing un ancient law had little in common.


The series Xena was right for the series no awards. However, Joseph LoDuca won for the film music he composed and produced for the series presented in 2000, an Emmy and a total of five times the ASCAP Film and Television Music Award.


Xena has enjoyed a particular cult status in the lesbian community. Some of the lesbian fan base sees Xena and Gabrielle as a couple and has embraced them as role models and lesbian icons. A group called The Marching Xenas has participated in many gay and lesbian pride parades.

Source by the Hercules Series

Always been the people of heroes, gods and demigods were interested. A particularly enigmatic figure among them was Hercules, the son of Zeus and the princess Alcmene. He was a great warrior with immense powers and abilities, who campaigned but also with wisdom, goodness and wisdom for the good. Of course, such a material for the film and television industry is interesting, and so Sam Raimi and Robert Tapert took over as producers from the subject and created the television series Hercules.

Background information of the series Xena

The series Xena plays in the age of mythologies and is part of the fantasy genre. Throughout the series to connect known values from Greek mythology and historical figures. The series was produced in New Zealand until 1995 2,001th

Stage director

The following directors resulted in the television series Xena Director: Garth Maxwell, Robert G. Tapert, Mario Di Leo, Jace Alexander, John T. Kretchmer, Mark Beesley, Josh Becker, Rick Jacobson, TJ Scott, Chris Manheim

However, Robert G. Tapert, the director, who led for most Xena episodes directed.