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Postby killernat » July 30th, 2012, 1:40 pm

there have only been 2 shows recently that have been good (and making new episodes) Eureka which has now completed (5seasons) and warehouse 13 now on its 4th season and second episode airing today

note: they hapen at about the same time with crossover appearances

alphas and sanctuary are ok i wouldn't call them the best but almost forgettable


space (canadas scifi channel) has an original series called Todd and the book of pure evil its comedy / drama i would suggest at least watching the first season
they even did a metal opra episode (as a satire to glee)


i never really got into battlestar galactica (spoiler every one is a fucking cylon)
i liked stargate sg1 and Atlantis to a lesser extent (there was a reason why stargate universe got caned (also i think that they wanted a new story line but could only get it licenced under the stargate franchise)
i liked all the startrek franchise its a shame that enterprise got canceled (it wasent the best but i liked it )
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Re: sci fi shows

Postby RhinoDump » July 30th, 2012, 7:49 pm

I watched Eureka for a while while it was on until they decided to take a year long break. The only stuff that I watch is on Netflix, so it is all old. I have kinda been watching Farscape, Battlestar Galactica (it has gotten kinda lame at the point I am at), Star Trek Voyager, and a bit of Stargate SG1. I have not been watching any of these in a long time.
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Re: sci fi shows

Postby Caro » July 31st, 2012, 10:36 am

I really like a parodic french canadian sci-fi comedy. It makes fun of Space Operas like Star Trek and has a lot of french-canadian pop-culture reference. There's only english subtitles for the 2 movies and they are a bit lame. I wish they translated the tv show too so I could share it with you all. I thought about translating them for a while but I am not confident enough on my english skills and some jokes would be very hard to translate. Maybe in a decade.

I always liked sci-fi but I am the queen of procrastination. I also never had english / specialised channels on my tv or anywhere to rent movies so I am very late in watching tv shows or movies. My sci-fi culture is almost unexistant. I watched all the new Doctor Who episodes, the first 3 seasons of Stargate SG1 and now I am at the third season of Star Trek TNG. I have the bad habit to love a lot a show, watch it a lot for a week and forgot to keep watching after I take a day break of watching.

Also lol Todd and the book of pure evil. The few episodes I saw were epic. I suddenly feel like raping the internet connection and download all the episodes.
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Re: sci fi shows

Postby Iturngreenidie » August 7th, 2013, 3:14 pm

Ever since Netflix added Star trek: the next generation, I was so happy. I used to watch it late at night along side with M*A*S*H*
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Postby RhinoDump » August 7th, 2013, 3:22 pm

I have that on my queue as well.
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Postby Iturngreenidie » August 7th, 2013, 4:04 pm

ITS SO GOOD
SO GOOD
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Postby killernat » June 12th, 2017, 6:42 pm

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