Sci Fi TV Revivals That Should Happen: Firefly

Television reboots and revivals are all the rage mostly because the entertainment industry prefers name recognition over original ideas. But there are some properties that truly deserve a re-look because they didn’t quite achieve their goal the first time around or they were cut short. What Is It? I’m pretty sure this show needs no introduction, […]

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Sci Fi / Fantasy TV Worth Watching: Killjoys

A common theme I hear these days from sci fi / fantasy fans is that there’s nothing good to watch on TV. Well, I’m calling BS on that because at last count I see that we are nearing one hundred sci fi / fantasy shows that are airing, returning, or coming up (check out the list […]

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Returning: Between (Netflix)

Premiere: June 30th (Season 2) Network: Netflix Starring: Jennette McCurdy, Jesse Carere, Ryan Allen, Justin Kelly Series Website: http://www.netflix.com/ Description: An unknown virus breaks out in the small town of Pretty Lake, killing off everybody over the age of 22.  The government cordons off the area and all communications are lost with the outside as the remaining […]

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Sci Fi TV Reboots That Should Happen: The Omega Factor

Television reboots are all the rage mostly because the entertainment industry prefers name recognition over original ideas. But there are some properties that truly deserve a re-look because they didn’t quite achieve their goal the first time around or they were cut short. What Is It? This late 70’s British entry focused on a secret government […]

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Cancellation Watch: The Ratings-Pocalypse Continues as the Numbers for the Spring and Summer Shows Not Named Game of Thrones Remain Low

The Ratings-Pocalypse officially began during the regular 2015-16 season when we saw numbers across the broadcast networks and cable channels start off at all-time lows in Fall and sink even further during the season. And the same remains true for the Spring and Summer shows with every genre entry (and the same is mostly true for […]

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