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The Cliffhanger Awards-SciFi TV Edition
The cliffhanger is a tried-and-true device to get people excited about the next season of a TV show, and to keep them hanging all summer. Here are a few of the best, and worst, from scifi television.
Book Review--The Anansi Boys by Neil Gaiman
The follow-up to "American Gods" is a fast-paced story of the sons of the African Spider god--and it´s full of the sharp imaginative wit of fantasy legend Neil Gaiman.
DVD Review--“Red Dwarf Series VII”
In Series VII, "Red Dwarf" makes a few changes--but is ultimately great fun for fans of this wacky British scifi import. Smoke me a kipper, skipper--I´ll be back for breakfast!
Book Review - Finding Serenity
In our first Book Club book review, we look at "Finding Serenity: Anti-Heroes, Lost Shepherds and Space Hookers in Joss Whedon´s ´Firefly.'"
How Fans Brought Space: Above and Beyond to DVD
In 1995, space military drama "Space: Above and Beyond" garnered a small (to Fox, anyway) but loyal audience who got together to campaign for its release on DVD. Did it work? Well, "Space" was released in 2005, just in time for Christmas.
Battlestar Galactica Complete Episode Guide
The second part of the season has started for the new "Battlestar Galactica," but you can relive the original series with this detailed episode guide.
The Top Forgotten SciFi Series—1980s Edition
Do you remember these scifi shows? They never became cultural powerhouses like "Star Trek," but were still a lot of fun for those of us who were lucky enough to catch them.
DVD Review--Paranoia Reigns in Nowhere Man
In 1995, fledgling network UPN aired a 25-episode scifi series called "Nowhere Man," about a man whose identity is taken away from him in a split second. After all this time, it´s back on DVD--and we´re so glad!
Below the "Surface" - Jonas Pate
In this final of three articles, series creator Jonas Pate discusses how he and his brother Josh imagine the story and the direction of NBC's newest scifi TV offering.
Below the “Surface”--Jay R. Ferguson
In this second of three articles, actor Jay R. Ferguson discusses the challenges and the excitement of his role investigating sea creatures on NBC´s scifi series "Surface."
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