You fav science fiction series: my is Stargate and Sta Trek

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15 Feb 2014, 8:11 am

You favorite science fiction series: my is Stargate and Star Trek.

Especially Stargate, i wonder does this can be true, maybe we can travel to other planets already but is kept secret, and ordinary people doesn't knew?



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15 Feb 2014, 2:39 pm

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15 Feb 2014, 4:19 pm

TNG, DS9, TOS, and The Prisoner. I also like SG1.



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15 Feb 2014, 5:17 pm

Doctor Who



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15 Feb 2014, 5:35 pm

I grew up with Star Trek TOS and TAS, and still love them. Other incarnations are good too. Don't much care for the new movies.

Firefly. Such potential.

I like the Terminator franchise too, although the last couple movies weren't anything special. Wish the TV series had continued.



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15 Feb 2014, 11:25 pm

Star Trek ( except Enterprise )
StarGate ( all 3 )
Star Wars: The Clone Wars
Firefly
Defiance
Alphas
Heroes
Warehouse 13
Sanctuary
Lost Girl
Continuum
Doctor Who
Orphan Black
Andromeda
Farscape
Dollhouse

....do Buffy and Angel count as Sci-Fi?


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15 Feb 2014, 11:53 pm

FRINGE



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16 Feb 2014, 12:30 am

Star Trek

Stargate

I hope new TV series for Star Trek and Stargate are made again.



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16 Feb 2014, 2:10 am

Battlestar Galactica



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16 Feb 2014, 2:37 am

newageretrohippie wrote:
Star Trek ( except Enterprise )
StarGate ( all 3 )
Star Wars: The Clone Wars
Firefly
Defiance
Alphas
Heroes
Warehouse 13
Sanctuary
Lost Girl
Continuum
Doctor Who
Orphan Black
Andromeda
Farscape
Dollhouse

....do Buffy and Angel count as Sci-Fi?


Why you don't like Star Trek: Enterpise, i think it was quite good



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16 Feb 2014, 2:40 am

VIDEODROME wrote:
FRINGE


Yes, Fringe was good, it's pity that it was ended.
They could do a few more aditional seasons.



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16 Feb 2014, 5:39 am

Duck Dodgers
Star Wars (Clone Wars, both of them, and Droids)
Futurama
Babylon 5 [and Crusade]
Lexx
Battlestar Galactica (old and new)
Andromeda
Star Trek (all of them, including TAS)
Irresponsible Captain Tylor
Captain Harlock (original and Endless Odyssey)
Yamato (original series and movies and the current remake, 2199, O, and the movie Resurrection)
Stargate; SG1, Atlantis (mah fav), and I like some of SGU
Cowboy Bebop

and so far,

Space Dandy

I used to like Robotech and Macross as a kid, but I just can't get into it now.

I also think that I'm the only person that doesn't like Firefly all that much. Serenity is decent though (albeit not a series).



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16 Feb 2014, 6:30 am

luanqibazao wrote:
Firefly. Such potential.


Oh yes! Firefly, how could I forget...



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16 Feb 2014, 8:54 am

My top 5 faves in order:

DS9--It's Star Trek rendered in shades of gray. It does exactly what Sci Fi is supposed to do: provides social commentary as it provokes thought.
Battlestar Galactica (Reboot)--I love it for the same reasons I love DS9. If not for the fact that it was a bit hit and miss during season 2 & 3, it would be my favorite.
The Twilight Zone--The best SF anthology show EVAR!!1!
Firefly--It's the Reese's Cup of TV Western/Sci Fi!
StarGate: SG1--Awesome Sci Fi action served up PULP STYLE!


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16 Feb 2014, 6:36 pm

In terms of television, I've always been much more into "Star Trek" than "Star Wars". In fact, one of the main reasons I don;t watch the CGI "Clone Wars" series is because the whole thing looks dumbed down for kids, including the stupid "lesson blurbs" at the start of every 20-minute episode. I don't watch sci-fi to be educated or learn moral lessons; happening in the course of the story is one thing, but putting it out front like a huge sign just irritates me incredibly.

My favorite "Star Trek" television show is easily "The Next Generation", and I've met almost all the main cast members except Frakes, Stewart, and Burton. My favorite character of them all is Data, and I do wish Denise Crosby hadn't left so early (her recurrences as half-Romulan Sela were a bit jarring). After that, my second-fave iteration was "Star Trek: Voyager". Most of the characters were believable and fun, but paying attention to the story got difficult after Seven of Nine was introduced. I don't entirely blame Jeri Ryan for this, but its like the producers went out of their way to keep her in skintight spandex for three and a half years. My favorite "Seven-centric" episodes were the ones where she looked human, like "Unimatrix Zero".

Outside of the two tentpole series, another sci-fi show I really enjoyed was "Time Trax", but it sadly ended after 2 seasons. The idea of a police officer who literally can't go home without dying until he's caught his last crook was a very compelling and emotional narrative; Dale Midkiff and Elizabeth Alexander did great with it.


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