|Mar12-13, 07:36 PM||#86|
Good science fiction shows?
I have tried to watch Sanctuary. The first time I couldn't even make it through the pilot. A few years later, a friend recommended it, so I decided to give it a shot. But I couldn't take it for very long. At the exact moment things were starting to get a little bit interesting, they killed off the character that made things interesting.
Some other shows in the sci-fi/fantasy genre that I gave up on are Lost Girl, Haven and Farscape. Haven was terrible, so I gave it up after two episodes. This year I've been seeing a lot of comments online about how great it is, so I watched a few more, but I couldn't make it to the end of the season. There was no hint of an arc, the standalone stories were boring, and for some reason I don't really like Eric Balfour.
|Mar13-13, 04:05 AM||#87|
I once tried to watch Andromeda, out of loyalty to my sci-fi nerdness.
Had to stop.
I just had it after captain plywood kissed an initially skeptic character played by a very bad actress the third episode in a row. The whole show is like some kind of "in" joke, "lol, our viewers will watch it anyway".... The horror the horror.
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