The season opener of this critically acclaimed series contains comic book fantasy sequences of the comic book hero "Rage" scattered throughout the show. The final music was written, performed and arranged by Amin in record time to make the show's airdate.
The score was mixed and edited by Yuri Gorbachow at Aesthetic Development Corp and all music for the show was supervised by Michael Perlmutter.
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The show drew strong ratings for both Showtime and Canada's Showcase. In fact, in Canada, the series had such high ratings that by the end of the 5th season so many sponsors had purchased advertising time that Showcase had to air the show in an hour and ten minute time block to accommodate all the ads and not cut out any scenes. This was not a problem for Showtime, since that service is commercial free and no ads were ever broadcast during a QAF telecast.
The series ran for five seasons (2000 to 2005 on Showtime and 2001 to 2005 on Showcase). It was believed by fans that the show could have run for another year (most of the cast originally had six year contracts but according to one rumor the contracts were renegotiated to five years after the first season).
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