50 Sci Fi Things You Must Watch Now!

It’s a time-honored genre tradition: Clark Kent is Superman, Diana Prince is Wonder Woman, and Peter Parker is Spiderman. Furthermore, Echo doesn’t know she’s Caroline, Peter Bishop is not exactly Peter Bishop, Sylar thinks he’s Nathan, and a certain traveling Timelord routinely regenerates the human carcass he travels around in, because……why the hell not?! In […]

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Tuned In: What’s Hot In The World Of TV

CBS’s strong Sunday stable of shows aired mostly repeats, but that was more than enough to take a fairly week Summer night in the Nielsen ratings. ‘60 Minutes‘ had the night’s biggest audience, followed by an all-new ‘Million Dollar Password‘ and an encore airing of ‘Cold Case.’ ‘Merlin‘ dropped for NBC in its second week, […]

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Sci Fi Tracker – This Week in Sci Fi: Michael Jackson’s Contributions To The Genre; Dr. Carter Has The Antidote For Alien Invasion; And More!

June gloom, indeed. While neither was a genre mainstay, M.J. (Captain EO) and Farrah Fawcett (Saturn 3) did each don a spacesuit, and off-screen, both developed something of an other-worldly glow in their later years. Rest in peace. Plus: more casting news for Fringe, Smallville, and The Alien Invasion Show That Isn’t Called V. Read […]

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Clea DuVall and Sienna Guillory Explore Space (Real and Imagined) In Virtuality

OK, so, yes: Virtuality is also set in space. And all habitable planets are still in peril (or at least appear to be). Yet Ron Moore and Michael Taylor leave Battlestar Galactica‘s backdrop of armageddon behind tonight to introduce the audience to a different subplot: cultural armageddon, by way of reality television. What if a […]

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Sci Fi Tracker: This Week in Sci Fi – Virtuality Gets Some Face(book) Time; September’s Schedule Sizzles; and More….

Summer sucks. Sometimes, in a good way. True Blood is taking a bite out of the summer doldrums with epic viewership. And shows like Torchwood and Eureka might just make you forget (at least in one hour increments) about that gaping three-month chasm that now separates you from some of your old (and new) fall […]

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