Harsh Realm was the third of Chris Carter's sci-fi / horror television series (after The X-Files and Millennium). It takes place largely in a war-stricken virtual reality. It both premiered and found itself cancelled in Autumn 1999.
Only a few episodes actually aired on television. Nine episodes were made in total (available on DVD), and I know of at least one other episode that was written (but not produced). These episodes do not resolve the main plotlines, which concern
the growing sphere of influence of General Santiago in the virtual world and the war's threat to spill over into the real world,
Hobbes (the protagonist) might make it back into the real world.
How much of Harsh Realm's plotline was actually fleshed out by Chris Carter and his production team? In particular, was it known how the main plotline(s) would resolve?
Since Harsh Realm was based to some extent on a comic book, part of the question is:
Was Harsh Realm intended to roughly follow or diverge wildly from the original comic?