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https://deadline.com/2019/09/battlestar-galactica-reboot-drama-series-sam-esmail-nbc-streaming-service-peacock-1202736127/ Seems like NBCUniversal is taking a page from the CBS / Trek Discovery playbook. This time it's Robert Esmail, creator of Mr. Robot, following up Ronald D. Moore's earlier reboot. Personally I welcome it as I want to see some cheesy space opera with Egyptian helmets, Greek motifs, insectoid planets, ancient dapper spirits of evil, and reptilian Cylons hell-bent on extinguishing the 12 colonies of Kobol. Will we get any of that? One can hope.
areaseven posted a topic in Anime or Science FictionTimeless is the latest TV series to involve time travel. In this series, three people chase after a master criminal who is using a stolen time machine to change American history. It is created by Eric Kripke (Revolution, Supernatural) and Shawn Ryan (The Shield, Last Resort) and stars Abigail Spencer (Alice in Cowboys & Aliens, May in Oz the Great and Powerful), Matt Lanter (Anakin in Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Liam in 90210), Malcolm Barrett (Sgt. Foster in The Hurt Locker), Sakina Jaffrey (Linda in House of Cards, Dr. Hickman in Third Watch), Paterson Joseph (Wes Leyton in Law & Order: UK, Mark in Casual+y), Claudia Doumit, and Goran Višnjić (Dr. Kovač in ER, Armansky in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo), with recurring appearances by Matt "Max Headroom" Frewer. Timeless premiered on October 3 on NBC and has been receiving positive reviews. Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 84% - "Sometimes goofy but consistently entertaining, Timeless is a fun throwback action series with a kooky premise that's worth a watch." Metacritic Score: 65 out of 100
Constantine, TV series on NBC
EXO posted a topic in Anime or Science Fictionhttp://youtu.be/uPE2oBnzROY How long before cancellation?
General TV & Streaming thread
Tking22 posted a topic in Anime or Science FictionSo I recently made a thread for Arrow on CW, but I just gotta make another. I believe we're in the golden age of TV, we're finally at the point when we are getting truly quality performances and stories on both basic and premium cable, there's literally something for everybody. So how about Hannibal? This is yet another series that's been blowing my mind for two seasons now, easily the most graphic and disturbing show on television, I find every episode to be pretty excellent. There are some really incredible performances throughout, Mads Mikkelsen is pretty much my favorite Hannibal since Anthony Hopkins horrified people in Silence of the Lambs, as a long time fan and reader of the Red Dragon novels I've got even more to love. Another fantastic episode tonight, the situation Graham has found himself in is hard to watch but you know there's more there than we're seeing, Hugh Dancy also absolutely dominating his role as the tormented Will Graham. My DVR is full, I've got something recorded almost every night, but I always find myself looking forward to Friday night Hannibal.