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Two great sci-fi shows from the late 90s and early 2000s. "Andromeda" was based on unused material written by Gene Roddenberry. Farscape was conceived in part by Brian Henson, and had some amazing creature effects from the Jim Henson Company. Unfortunately, both were cancelled after only a few seasons, leaving fans wanting more. But which series do you miss the most?
Syfy has decided not to renew Alphas for a third season. While this isn't a huge surprise, given the significant drop in ratings for the second season, it's still sad for those of us who did keep watching. Come on Syfy, you aren't going to at least let them have a proper conclusion? You're just letting the series end on a cliffhanger? At least we can hope they end up replacing this show with a new original series we can get sucked into. Even though it'll likely be another reality show. Or wrestling. Damn it.
Are you sad to see Alphas go? What was you're favorite moment of its short run?
"The Event," like "Terra Nova," had some problems initially. It was criticized for teasing its audience too much, and withholding answers for too long. Some complained that keeping up with the story each week took too much effort. Still, it did gain a small following of fans who enjoyed the mysteries introduced every week.
But was it a better series than "Terra Nova?" Or are you just a sucker for anything with aliens in it? Share this post on Facebook, or leave a comment, to vote for "The Eve