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Forgotten SciFi TV: Misfits of Science
"Misfits of Science" was an NBC series from the 1985-1986 season probably best known today for being Courteney Cox´s first TV show. It featured a group of people fighting crime and trying to accept life with superpowers. Sound familiar to anyone?

Forgotten SciFi TV—The Starlost
Have you ever seen this scifi TV show? "The Starlost" aired in 1973 and is considered one of the worst scifi shows ever--but we think it deserves another look.

Galactica vs. Galactica
Did you love the old "Battlestar Galactica," but would like some reasons to tune in to the new one? Here they are! SciFi airs the new series starting Friday, Jan. 14.

Galacticruise Log, Sept. 14-19, 2008
Bellaonline´s ScifiTV Editor geeked out recently and attended the 30th Anniversary Celebration of "Battlestar Galactica," the Galacticruise. Here´s a diary of her trip.

Getting “Starhyke” On the Air
The creators of Brit scifi comedy "Starhyke" are working to get their show on the air in 2007--and the campaign includes getting the word out to potential fans. We can´t wait to see them succeed!

Getting Ready for “Revenge of the Sith”
This SciFi fan is busy getting herself ready to see the final installment of George Lucas´ epic space fantasy, which opens May 19.

History Channel Celebrates 30 Years of “Star Wars”
"Star Wars" celebrated its 30th anniversary last week. The History Channel is celebrating with two new documentaries on the little space fantasy that turned into a media powerhouse.

Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy 101
"The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" is often considered the pinnacle of scifi comedy. Here are a few things you ought to know about it.

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.

Interview - Alpha's Warren Christie
Actor Warren Christie of "Alphas" discusses his work and the SyFy series' second season.

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