August 18th, 2008

TOS/McCoy/Fascinating

POLL ALERT! SF/F TV in Fall 2008

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Axiom's Edge has a US-centric list of science fiction and fantasy TV series scheduled for Fall 2008. I will continue watching Lost and 24 (which I consider to be genre, or at least highly influenced by SF), and so far I am interested in the new series Fringe and The Eleventh Hour. I think I should give Dollhouse a try out of Whedonesque loyalty, as well.

What do you think?

POLL TIME!

Poll #1243894 SF/F TV Series in Fall 2008

What (if any) returning SF/F TV series are you planning to watch in Fall 2008?

24
0(0.0%)
Lost
1(1.7%)
Pushing Daisies
2(3.4%)
Ghost Whisperer
0(0.0%)
Medium
1(1.7%)
Smallville
0(0.0%)
Supernatural
0(0.0%)
Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles
2(3.4%)
Chuck
0(0.0%)
Heroes
4(6.8%)
Battlestar Galactica
0(0.0%)
Stargate Atlantis
2(3.4%)
Kyle XY
0(0.0%)
Ticky-boxes never get cancelled by the network.
4(6.8%)

What (if any) new SF/F TV series are you planning to watch (or at least try) in Fall 2008?

Life on Mars
0(0.0%)
The Mentalist
0(0.0%)
The Eleventh Hour
0(0.0%)
My Own Worst Enemy
1(1.9%)
Knight Rider
1(1.9%)
Kings
0(0.0%)
Merlin
1(1.9%)
Fringe
1(1.9%)
Dollhouse
3(5.8%)
Caprica
0(0.0%)
Sanctuary
1(1.9%)
True Blood
1(1.9%)
Star Wars: Clone Wars
1(1.9%)
Other (See Comments)
0(0.0%)
Ticky-boxes have the highest ratings.
5(9.6%)

What SF/F TV series do you wish you could see in Fall 2008?

More Firefly. Once a Browncoat, always a Browncoat.
8(14.8%)
More Doctor Who. They can't leave me hanging like this!
4(7.4%)
Anything Star Trek.
0(0.0%)
The X-Files. The new film made me feel the love again.
2(3.7%)
I am over everything. Just let it go already.
3(5.6%)
Other (See Comments)
2(3.7%)
Ticky-boxes are perpetual rerun love.
0(0.0%)



"Everything is theoretically impossible, until it's done. One could write a history of science in reverse by assembling the solemn pronouncements of highest authority about what could not be done and could never happen."
- Robert A. Heinlein, Between Planets
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