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  • vakie
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    Originally posted by vacantlook
    As for science fiction, I watch Andromeda just to laugh at how bad it's become. And then I watch Enterprise afterward out of both wanting to use the craptasticness of Andromeda to make Enterprise seem better than it might be and because I feel starved for science fiction and still like the Star Trek universe even if the individual stories aren't compelling.
    I have hope for Enterprise with Manny Coto at the helm. The Augments arc was great, and the first episode of the Vulcan arc written by Judith Reeves-Stevens & Garfield Reeves-Stevens was excellent and it seems to be getting praise from fans. It also went straight to the top 3 of Enterprise episodes at GEOS.

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  • vacantlook
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    I read somewhere that Mia Furlan will soon be having a big role on Lost.
    Mira's first episode is the episode on this Wednesday, actually.

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  • AaronB
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    Originally posted by Radhil
    Lost is greatly recommended. It's not sci-fi, or I should say, it's not fantasy. But every now and then, it toes the line long enough and masterfully enough to impress. It's people living in extreme circumstances, which is a primary ingredient of sci-fi anyway, so you should feel right at home.

    Nothing else sci-fi, really. Until as Jal said, Battlestar Galactica. I hear in UK it's already airing, but here in the states it'll be until January.
    I read somewhere that Mia Furlan will soon be having a big role on Lost.

    Yeah the UK is showing all the Sci Fi that we here in the US won't be getting until January. I stumbled across a new episode of SG-1 while I was there last week. It's frustrating to wait for Atlantis, BG and SG-1.

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  • bakana
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    well, when there isn't any good Skiffy on TV (most of the time), I can usually find a decent Book or two...

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  • jal
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    I hear in UK it's already airing, but here in the states it'll be until January.
    yep, it`s on Sky 1 every Monday night @ 20:00 hours (and it`s repeated several times during the week as well).

    believe me, you`ll definately find it well worth watching when it reaches your shores in January.

    it and "Deadwood" are the only two really interesting shows i`m watching at the moment.

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  • Radhil
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    Lost is greatly recommended. It's not sci-fi, or I should say, it's not fantasy. But every now and then, it toes the line long enough and masterfully enough to impress. It's people living in extreme circumstances, which is a primary ingredient of sci-fi anyway, so you should feel right at home.

    Nothing else sci-fi, really. Until as Jal said, Battlestar Galactica. I hear in UK it's already airing, but here in the states it'll be until January.

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  • vacantlook
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    Though it might not be considered science fiction, I recommend Lost. I've found it quite enjoyable so far.

    As for science fiction, I watch Andromeda just to laugh at how bad it's become. And then I watch Enterprise afterward out of both wanting to use the craptasticness of Andromeda to make Enterprise seem better than it might be and because I feel starved for science fiction and still like the Star Trek universe even if the individual stories aren't compelling.

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  • jal
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    what else is there right now when it comes to sci-fi?
    the new series of Battlestar Galactica is looking very good so far, it`s definately more interesting than both Stargates.

    as for Andromeda, you can have more fun banging your head against a wall than watching it.

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  • elver
    started a topic What is there to watch?

    What is there to watch?

    With both Stargates not doing much at the moment, Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars having come and gone and Andromeda's 5th season finally becoming so appalling that I stopped watching it, what else is there right now when it comes to sci-fi?
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