Irish McCalla, the voluptuous actress best remembered for bringing the comic book Tarzan-like heroine “Sheena, Queen of the Jungle” to television in the 1950s, has died. She was 73. McCalla, who became an artist in her later years, died Feb.
Furthermore, why was Xena Cancelled?
Steve Rosenberg, president of the show's distributor, Studios USA Domestic TV, blames the ratings dip on the show's being booted from prime-time to weekend afternoons, when, natch, fewer viewers are tuning in. Rosenberg also said that while no spinoff of Xena is in the works, it is a possibility down the line.
Secondly, what is a warrior princess?
A warrior is a woman who gets up, despite the enemy trying to destroy her, a woman who declares victory before seeing it, a woman who believes she will receive her miracle because she knows the LORD she serves is alive and by her side. The giant in front of you is never bigger than the God who lives in you.
Was there a real Xena Warrior Princess?
Xena. Xena is a fictional character that was created for the television series Xena: Warrior Princess. The series was based on various myths of ancient Greece and adapted them to fit the scenario. Her first appearance was in the television series Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, in which she appeared as a villain.
What year did Sheena come out?
Sheena (TV series) Sheena is an American action-adventure television series which was produced for first-run syndication from 2000 to 2002.