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The best science fiction television from every decade.

Lewis Jefferies7 days ago
Gomez Out, Tikaram In? Could 'Primeval' & 'Game of Thrones' Actor Become the New Master in 'Doctor Who?'
Doctor Who, famous for it's iconic time traveling police box, has been on and off our screens for nearly fifty-five years now and has progressively been building its audience up even more since the re...
Josh Ben-Moshe8 days ago
'Lost in Space' Season 2 Is Already in the Works!
Let me just start by saying that I'm over the moon we even got a Lost in Space Season One. The original Lost in Space series, which ran from 1965-1968, was some seriously OG sci-fi. In fact, it was th...
Jesse Kinney11 days ago
10 Best Science Fantasy TV Shows on Netflix
Of all the different genres in the current TV landscape, none has produced more exciting shows than science fantasy. Science fantasy shows are all over the place these days, they're multiplying like r...
The 'Lost in Space' Reboot Is a Contrived Upgrade of the Original
For the majority of science fiction fans today, the 1960s was the decade of Star Trek, The Twilight Zone, Planet of the Apes, and 2001: A Space Odyssey. For others, this list also includes Lost in Space. Most millennials may vaguely recall a cheesy film of the same name in 1998, starring Gary Oldman and the funniest Friend, Matt LeBlanc, but some may not realize that that film was a poor reimagining of a classic show. From 1965 to 1968, viewers were privy to the trials and tribulations of the Ro...
How 'Black Mirror' Changed My Social Media Habits
Of all nineteen episodes of Black Mirror, the third season premiere, “Nosedive,” was the hardest for me to watch. There was no bestiality, no murder, no consciousness-transfer. It wasn’t as shocking a...
Lewis Jefferiesa month ago
Two Fan-Favourite 'Doctor Who' Characters Set to Collide in Brand New Big Finish Stories
Doctor Who; one of the most loved shows around the world since the day it started back in 1963 and fans couldn't get enough of it. However, when the show was cancelled in 1989, fans were left stumped ...
P. Guzzoa month ago
The Frightening, Twisted Reality of 'U.S.S. Callister'
Warning: SPOILERS Damn. What an episode. If there’s one television series that really makes you think, it’s Black Mirror. It’s a phenomenal combination of great acting, well written stories, and most ...
Dylan Stringera month ago
Top 10 'Doctor Who' Episodes (Revived Series Only)
Ranking the Top 10 Episodes of Series 1-10 of 'Doctor Who'
Paul Levinsona month ago
Review of 'Timeless' 2.2
Timeless has always had a good sense humor about time travel, and it comes through last night in episode 2.2 with ... "the nod". That's "A Subtle Lowering of the Head You Give to Another Black Person ...
Matthew Kresala month ago
SyFy, UFOs, and 'Official Denial'
The late 1980s and early 1990s saw a rash of film and TV projects based off of the alien abduction phenomenon. These included adaptations of two non-fiction books based on the phenomenon by Whitely St...
Lewis Jefferiesa month ago
The 'Doctor Who' Series 9 Soundtrack 'Seems a Long Way' off - But IT IS Coming Says Silva Screen Records
Doctor Who is one of the world's most loved shows since it began back in 1963 until it was cancelled in 1989 due to the show's ratings dropping massively. However, the show was revived in 2005 by Russ...
Lewis Jefferiesa month ago
Christopher Eccleston Claims He Was "Blacklisted" by the BBC - Here's When He Will Return to 'Doctor Who'
Doctor Who is now one of the world's most loved shows. From the United Kingdom to China, the show has fans who just can't get enough of the show. The hit science fiction began back in 1963 where telev...
Paul Levinsona month ago
Review of 'Hard Sun'
What better day to review Hard Sun, binge-watchable in America on Hulu since just a few days ago, than the day in which Daylight Savings Time (which I like far better than Eastern standard) took effec...
Lewis Jefferies2 months ago
Michelle Gomez Hints That Missy Could Be Returning to 'Doctor Who'
Series 10 of Doctor Who was one heck of a rollercoaster for not only the cast, but for the viewers at home too. The latest series of the hit BBC sci-fi show saw the final adventures with Peter Capaldi...
Paul Levinson2 months ago
Review of 'Counterpart' 1.7
A truly masterful Counterpart 1.7 last night; a perfect spy science fiction story in many overlapping ways. First, it occurred to me as we watched the young Clare in spy training on the other side tha...
Matthew Kresal2 months ago
'Doctor Who': 12 For Twelve
Peter Capaldi's time on the BBC's Doctor Who has ended. This past Christmas he regenerated into Jodie Whittaker's Thirteenth Doctor who will be making her debut this October per announcements made at ...
Paul Levinson2 months ago
Review of 'Counterpart' 1.6
Another deeply interesting episode – 1.6 – of Counterpart this past Sunday night, which moves the story along in tantalizing drops and a big reveal. As I've said earlier, Counterpart is if nothing els...
Marshall Barnes2 months ago
Making Malcolm Barrett Eat His Time Travel Physics Brags From "Only Stupid Answers"...
(The following article is dedicated to Joseph Gerard Polchinski, who we lost - February 3rd, 2018) February 5th, this year, two days after the death of physicist Joseph Gerard Polchinski, Sam Bashor and DJ Wooldridge of the aptly named podcast, Only Stupid Answers, had on that very same show, the African American member of the NBC time travel adventure show, Timeless - Malcolm Barrett. The episode was titled, Time Travel - What Are the Best Rules? Featuring Malcolm Barrett!, from which you can d...