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Doctor Who Returns!
"Doctor Who" will return on the SciFi Channel later this year. Also, BBC America will introduce spin-off "Torchwood" in December.
SciFi Devotes Tribute Site to Stargate SG-1
SciFi Channel, the network that cancelled "Stargate SG-1" after a solid decade, is hosting a tribute site for the show's final 10 episodes.
Book Review - Dark, Poetic Children of Men Provides Thoughtful Premise
The post-apocalyptic book Children of Men is not much like the movie, except for the main idea. But although the plot isn't particularly complex, the characters and language are, and it's a good book worth curling up with if you enjoy well-written science fiction.
V Complete Episode Guide
"V--the Series" aired for one season on NBC during the 1984-85 season. Though it didn't live up to the miniseries that spawned it, fans still enjoyed watching lizard lady Diana eat gummy rats every week. Here's a complete listing of episodes and plotlines.
The Latest Battlestar Galactica News
Did you see that last episode? Producers Ron Moore and David Eick have been promising something big, but...wow. Let's take a look at some of the latest news about SciFi Channel's "Battlestar Galactica." Note: Spoilers ahead.
Scifi TV Talent Profile - Erin Gray, Actor
Erin Gray is best known for her roles on "Buck Rogers in the 25th Century" and "Silver Spoons." Find out more about this prolific actress, model, speaker and teacher in this new feature series.
Star Trek Actors Speak
Though "Star Trek" is gone from TV, we still have a soft spot in our hearts for this franchise. Here are some of the actors, discussing the show and their roles in it.
SciFi Channel Announces 2007 Development Slate
The SciFi Channel's 2007 development slate includes a miniseries based on a Neal Stephenson novel, six scripted shows focusing on action and the supernatural, and two reality offerings.
The Stigma Against Scifi TV - The Networks
The stigma against scifi TV isn't just the fault of the viewing public; it's the networks that control cancellations, after all. Other than "Star Trek" and "The X-Files" and a few syndicated series, true scifi TV shows rarely last more than one season.
The Stigma Against SciFi TV
Despite tags like "the best drama you've never seen," the ratings for "Battlestar Galactica" remain low and it STILL hasn't been nominated for an Emmy--even for special effects. Being taken seriously is a problem scifi TV shows have always encountered, and it's a shame.
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