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April 30th, 2004

Derek Saul has offered up some deleted and lost scenes from his various Brimstone episodes. 
Click here visit his site.

April 16th, 2004

Phil Gee would like to share a movie script he has written, based on the characters from the TV Show I Spy, starring Bill Cosby and Robert Culp. 
Click Here to read it!

April 16th, 2004

Brimstone creators Ethan Reiff and Cy Voris have worked on many other projects.  Phil Gee showcases some of these works on our new
Autograph Page.

April 2nd, 2004

PVT Online, the hub for all your favorite Virtual Series, has folded.  A new site, the Virtual Television Network, should be up and running soon.  We'll provide more information as soon as we hear it.

February 19th, 2004

The Brimstone VS will take a short hiatus after the airing of the VS finale,
Child of Fire.  Our Webmaster will be moving to New Hampshire as part of the Free State Project, but promises to resume updates within a few weeks.

February 27th, 2004

Broken Barricades, Phil Gee's latest episode, has been posted.  We're now offering an HTML version of new episodes for reading, white text on black background that better fits with the rest of the site.  Let us know what you think on the message board.

February 6th, 2004

Robert Rand's new episode,
Couples, is now online.

December 3rd, 2003

Test your knowledge on all things Brimstone, with our newest addition to the site; Brimstone Trivia.  The question will be changed weekly, and will cover topic such as other roles played by our actors, as well as questions about all three seasons of the show.


November 28th, 2003

While the Brimstone VS is on its winter break, reread the classic episodes of the third season as we prepare for new episodes in January. 


November 21st, 2003

Welcome to the new home for the Brimstone Virtual Seasons.  Change your bookmarks and make yourself comfortable.  By popular demand, we've added an
FAQ, a list of the damned, and a count of the souls returned. Let us know what you think on the message board.


November 21st, 2003

The Brimstone VS is on hiatus for the holidays.  Episode #310, Escape, by Greg Lemieux will premire on January 16th.


November 21st, 2003

The Brimstone VS presents episode #309, Phil Gee's
Pandora's Box.


October 24th, 2003

The Brimstone VS was reviewed on
Maria's Slash Recomendations LiveJournal.  Recent updates have included links to other Brimstone stories.


October 24th, 2003

Teri Polo (who played Ash in Brimstone) stars in the new movie '
Beyond Borders' with Angelina Jolie and Clive Owen.


October 17th, 2003

After a six month hiatus, Joel Rauch has penned another episode of the Brimstone VS, '
Wolf Day Afternoon'.


October 10th, 2003

Ever wanted to contact Brimstone's creators, Ethan Reiff and Cyrus Voris?  The Brimstone VS has a mailing address for them:

     Cyrus Voris & Ethan Reiff
     C/O THE WILLIAM MORRIS AGENCY
     One William Morris Place
     Beverly Hills, CA 90212

They're always glad to hear from fans.


October 3rd, 2003

Peter Horton will play a regular character on ABC's new show, '
Karen Sisco'.  Keep an eye out for him at 10pm ET on Wednesdays.


September 26th, 2003

Teri Polo (who played Ash in Brimstone) returns to the small screen with a new series on ABC.  As the 'her' in '
I'm With Her', Teri plays a celebrity who finds love with an average guy off the street.  Airing in the coveted timeslot of 8:30 ET on Tuesdays, this new show is certain to retain much of the audience from its lead-in, '8 Simple Rules' starrring the late John Ritter.


September 19th, 2003

Greg Lemiux's new episode, '
Dreams', has been posted.


September 12th, 2003

The Brimstone VS will miss both John Ritter and Johnny Cash. 


August 29th, 2003

A Souvenir of London, the new episode by Phil Gee, has been posted.   


August 25th, 2003

In the first annual PVT awards, The Brimstone Virtual Seasons took home the award for Best Season Finale.  Congratulations to Derek Saul, who penned the episode
The Shatterer of Worlds.  To view the list of all the winners, click here.