Favorite Science-Fiction Show?

Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by ReadyAndWilling, Jan 2, 2014.

  1. 1001001

    1001001 I Like the Beats and the Shouting Moderator

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    And how could I forget Futurama???

    One of the Ten Best Shows of All-Time.

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  2. Enterprise is Great

    Enterprise is Great Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

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    X-Files
    Lost
    Alias
    Fringe
    Star Trek
    TNG
     
  3. theenglish

    theenglish Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

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    Would The Prisoner really be considered to be Science Fiction though?
     
  4. Andrew_Kearley

    Andrew_Kearley Captain Captain

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    Doctor Who
    Space: 1999
    Blakes 7
    Sapphire and Steel
    Star Trek
    Babylon 5
     
  5. Lucky

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    Farscape. Nothing else even comes close.
     
  6. od0_ital

    od0_ital Admiral Admiral

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    Live Action
    Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
    Star Trek: The Next Generation
    Star Trek
    Quantum Leap
    Battlestar Galactica (the reimagined version)
    Firefly
    Stargate SG-1
    Stargate Atlantis
    Buffy the Vampire Slayer
    Angel
    Torchwood
    The Dead Zone
    The 4400
    Babylon 5
    SeaQuest DSV
    Farscape
    Earth: Final Conflict (season one only)
    3rd Rock from the Sun
    Eureka

    Animated
    Batman: The Animated Series
    Batman Beyond
    Justice League/Justice League: Unlimited
    Batman: The Brave & the Bold
    Futurama
    Star Wars: The Clone Wars

    Still in Progress
    The Walking Dead
    Arrow
    Almost Human
    Doctor Who
     
  7. Harvey

    Harvey Admiral Admiral

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    A machine that can both visualize and control dreams? A device that can put your consciousness into another person's body?

    Yes, I think it qualifies as sf. (Many of the spy shows from the period had strong sf elements).
     
  8. zakkrusz

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  9. JD

    JD Admiral Admiral

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    I've got a lot, and I can't really rank or narrow it down to a set number.
    Star Trek: TNG, DS9, Voy, ENT (Seasons 3 & 4), TOS, ENT (Season 1 [Haven't seen all of Season 2])
    Farscape
    Doctor Who: New Series, Classic Series
    Battlestar Galactic (RDM)
    The X-Files
    Lost
    Caprica (a really unappreciated series IMO)
    Firefly
    Star Wars: The Clone Wars
    Alias
    Chuck
    Babylon 5


    If we can include fantasy then here's those too:
    Buffy The Vampire Slayer/Angel
    Game of Thrones
    Lost Girl
    Misfits ( could kind of go under Sci-Fi too)
    Being Human (both series)
    Sleepy Hollow
     
  10. dragunzng

    dragunzng Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

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    My enduring favorite would have to be Star Trek: TNG.

    Right now though, I'm really into Farscape, which is surprising, I really, really didn't like the show when it first aired, tried to get into it when Peacekeeper Wars hit, but I'm truly enjoying it right now (halfway through Season 2).
     
  11. BoxWhatBox

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    00. Doctor Who (the science fiction show I will show my children)

    01. Star Trek: The Next Generation (the Trek I grew up with)
    02. Star Trek: The Deep Space Nine (the Trek that got me to watch Voyager)
    03. Babylon 5 (showed me that there was more to sci-fi then Trek / Wars)
    04. Buffy the Vampire Slayer (my first Wheadon experience)
    05. Firefly (I admit it, I never watched it on TV)
    06. Battle Star Galactica (my wife and I marathoned the series last Winter)
    07. Eureka (I miss the fun campiness)
    08. Warehouse 13 (another fun show)
    09. Alias (Felicity became a spy and regenerated)
    10. West Wing (no politician cares that much)
     
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  12. tomalak301

    tomalak301 Admiral Premium Member

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    My top 5:

    Farscape
    Star Trek: TNG
    Star Trek: DS9
    Babylon 5
    Star Trek: Voyager

    I'm currently watching X-Files but I'm in the first season. Too early to say yet but I'm really liking what I'm seeing.

    Also, my favorite science fiction show currently is Orphan Black and I hope that show can get on this list. So far it was off to a great start and looking forward to season 2.
     
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  13. DigificWriter

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    I decided to pick 10 of my favorite Sci-Fi cartoons/kid's shows:
    Beast Machines: Transformers
    BraveStarr
    Filmation's Ghostbusters (cartoon)
    Silverhawks
    Jace and the Wheeled Warriors
    Power Rangers RPM
    MASK
    Beetleborgs Metallix
    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Nickelodeon)
    VR Troopers
     
  14. Admiral2

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    My top 5 sci-fi anime:

    Ghost In The Shell: Stand Alone Complex
    Daphne In The Brilliant Blue
    Starship Operators
    Science Ninja Team Gatchaman/Battle of The Planets
    Super Dimension Cavalry Southern Cross/Robotech: Masters
     
  15. Mistral

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