The Sci-Fi Network (however they were spelling it at the time) treated 'Charlie Jade' very badly. They paid next to nothing for the show and gave it a commensurate amount of promotion. Premiered it at 10:00 on a Friday night with absolutely no fanfare or notice, then shunted it off to the coveted 2:00 AM Tuesday morning timeslot after 2 weeks, probably bumping an infomercial for Ginsu Knives. Robert Wirtheimer, the Canadian producer, said Sci-Fi really wasn't interested in the series, but without a U.S. partner the show couldn't go forward with another season. His mistake was thinking the Sci-Fi Network actually cared about quality science fiction. I wish he had shopped it at TNT, FX, Showtime - anywhere
As a result, American genre fans never really got a chance to see one of the best adult science fiction shows ever made. And because there was essentially no U.S. distributor, they never even made a Region 1 DVD set. However, if you can set your player to region-free, there are boxsets
available. Worth every penny.