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The New “Doctor Who” Second Season Episode Guide
The second season of "Doctor Who" has just finished up in the U.S. and will be released on DVD next week. Here's a chance to see what David Tennant and Billie Piper have been up to, in our complete Series II episode guide.

The New Adventures of Wonder Woman Episode Guide
Here´s a reference guide containing the episode titles, original airdates, and a brief description of each plotline.

The New Adventures of Wonder Woman 101
Here's the 411 on "The New Original Wonder Woman," which became "The New Adventures of Wonder Woman." Join us in a celebration of truth, justice, and the power of a well-made bustier.

The Secret Adventures Of Jules Verne 101
Remember a little show called "The Secret Adventures of Jules Verne?" Well, we do. Here's the scoop from the SciFi Channel's 2000 series, which lasted a season.

The Secret Adventures Of Jules Verne Episode Guide
Back in 2000, a syndicated TV show called "The Secret Adventures of Jules Verne" posited that the writer lived the adventures he wrote. It lasted only 22 episodes, all of which are listed here.

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.

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 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.

The Tripods Complete Episode Guide
Here´s an episode guide to the 1984-1985 BBC TV series based on John Christopher's Tripods trilogy of books about aliens occupying Earth.

The X-Files 101
Check out our updated FAQ, with all the information about "The X-Files" you never thought could be condensed into one article.

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