Nathan Fillion and Firefly Costars Celebrate Cult Hit's 20th Anniversary: 'We Kept Flying, Didn't We?'
The cast of the short-lived space western Firefly is marking 20 years since the show debuted. Star Nathan Fillion reminisced about the Fox series — which ran for one season in 20
"Has it already been 20 years?" the actor, 51, began his post. "I've talked a lot about Firefly in my time, answered a lot of questions about it, and yet, still, I don't have the r
"As a learning experience, nothing has taught me as much about my craft and the industry. As for my career, nothing has given me as solid a foundation. And as for love, I never kne
Fillion continued, "To the cast- thank you. You have no idea how much you mean to me. To Joss [Whedon] - in 20 years I've still not found a way to express what you've done for me.
With you, space becomes a home for all of us, and there's no place I'd rather be. To those of you who have never seen Firefly, we'll see you soon enough. Happy Anniversary, all."
"20 years ago today, we premiered," she wrote. "Our time slot was less than shiny, we almost didn't get a series order at all."
She continued, "But we kept flying, didn't we? Thank you for making us mighty. Forever my TV family. I love them, and our Browncoats, with all my heart. Happy anniversary!"
The series — also starring Gina Torres, Alan Tudyk and Morena Baccarin — tracked the exploits of nine crew members and passengers on the spaceship Serenity in the year 2517 as
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