It’s been 20 years since Xena: The Warrior Princess, that spin-off born from Hercules: His Legendary Journeys, it was coming to an end.
Since then, there have been few groups of fans who have asked for the series return, or a reboot of this cult phenomenon with thousands of fans across the globe.
Lucy Lawless, which not long ago was news due to requests from fans to replace Gina Carano In The Mandalorian, he has addressed the subject of a Xena reboot.
Talking with Screenrant during the promotion of the animated film The Spine of Night, Lawless has said that she would be delighted to return to Xena’s universe and find her successor.
The actress commented that they could find Xena’s heir to give her the breastplate and then leave with Gabrielle (Renne O’Connor) to Lesbos to live life.
Naturally, Lawless eludes the detail from the series finale, which didn’t end with Xena making a very good impression on her visit to Japan.
Be that as it may, there are currently no reboot projects for Xena: The Warrior Princess on the table.
It’s funny how that character born from the Hercules series: His legendary travels did not take long to have his own series that, in fact, lasted longer than the original series.
Despite being recognized worldwide for her role in Xena: The Warrior Princess, Lucy Lawless has not been exactly still in these two decades.
The actress has appeared in series such as Agents of SHIELD, Spartacus: Blood and Sand or Parks and Recreation, in addition to lending a voice in series such as Star Wars: Resistance.
Do you think we’ll ever see a Xena: Warrior Princess reboot featuring Lucy Lawless? Will he be able to “pass the armor on” to a new actress who brings the character to life?