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2013-10-10 12:04:16 AM  
Of course all the colonists will be buff, gorgeous teenagers.  And maybe some sexy vampires.
 
2013-10-10 12:43:48 AM  
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Futurama did it
 
2013-10-10 12:50:31 AM  
Starring the Wayans Brothers.
And not the funny ones.
 
2013-10-10 01:01:02 AM  

fusillade762: Of course all the colonists will be buff, gorgeous teenagers.  And maybe some sexy vampires.


I've heard the CW has been doing well with Arrow, so, maybe there's a chance.  Still, it seems like the best sci-fi on TV is being developed in the UK or Canada lately.
 
2013-10-10 01:57:49 AM  
Based upon 'Red Mars'?  (clicks)  Roanoke?  Dafark?
 
2013-10-10 02:04:17 AM  
We got both kinds o' music here:  Barsoom and Western.
 
2013-10-10 02:18:02 AM  
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2013-10-10 02:21:28 AM  

TuteTibiImperes: fusillade762: Of course all the colonists will be buff, gorgeous teenagers.  And maybe some sexy vampires.

I've heard the CW has been doing well with Arrow, so, maybe there's a chance.  Still, it seems like the best sci-fi on TV is being developed in the UK or Canada lately.


it's still filled with attractive, buff teenagers, though.
 
2013-10-10 02:54:07 AM  
It was written by the same two guys responsible for the Mentalist so aaack ptuiii.
 
2013-10-10 04:03:46 AM  
I wonder if they'll work on the economics of colonization, or will it be as bad as most Mars movies.

Oh, and I'll solve Roanoke in a hurry. Croatians were already pretty badass merchants and were either there already or interacted with the colony in some fashion. Hence "croatoan".
 
2013-10-10 04:28:19 AM  
Any network is better than scifi. It used to show MST3K, Farscape, various other science fiction shows and movies, and now its absolute dreck.
 
2013-10-10 04:35:15 AM  
It practically writes itself!

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2013-10-10 04:43:03 AM  

Unscratchable_Itch: It practically writes itself!

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omg!  I loved that show!
 
2013-10-10 04:58:19 AM  

diaphoresis: Unscratchable_Itch: It practically writes itself!

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omg!  I loved that show!


I kinda liked it, but I was very young, so I'm sure much of it went over my head.
 
2013-10-10 06:06:52 AM  

TuteTibiImperes: fusillade762: Of course all the colonists will be buff, gorgeous teenagers.  And maybe some sexy vampires.

I've heard the CW has been doing well with Arrow, so, maybe there's a chance.  Still, it seems like the best sci-fi on TV is being developed in the UK or Canada lately.


Pretty much. The CW puts out the most genre stuff made in the US (by virtue of being pretty much the only one who does it, except SyFy, other networks maybe have 1 genre show), even if they do feel the need to fill it with generically attractive teenagers, or generically attractive 20-30 year olds playing teenagers. At least it probably won't be as stupid as Under The Dome.

CW also does Supernatural, which I like. They also rebooted The Tomorrow People. It wasn't....good exactly, but then pilots often aren't, and it was better than most SyFy stuff, so I guess I'll watch a few more eps.

In my dream world, CW would have picked up Alphas after SyFy canceled it, but I guess it didn't have enough teenagers. After that was canceled, I can't think of any other good sci-fi show that was produced in the US (and even then, it was shot in Canada). I do like Warehouse 13, but it is really more fantasy than sci-fi, and it's been canceled anyway. Defiance is not the worst thing ever, but I wouldn't call it good.
 
2013-10-10 06:32:48 AM  
In before Quantum Apostrophe tells us its stupid, it can't be done, you don't know anything about space and why don't you all just make your atoms live longer?
 
2013-10-10 07:22:51 AM  
Any movie about Mars (besides Total Recall) is box office poison. Granted, this is a TV show but I think the rule still applies. Why do we have such a hard on about colonizing Mars anyway? It's a radiated, desolate wasteland that may or may not be inhabited by deadly aliens. The moon would be a much more logical colonization locale. Just build a big ass dome with central heat and air.
 
2013-10-10 07:25:19 AM  

fusillade762: Of course all the colonists will be buff, gorgeous teenagers.  And maybe some sexy vampires.


And all of the men will have a severe allergy to shirts. And near the end of the first season, the'll chuck in a John Barrowman gay BDSM scene with the main character.
 
2013-10-10 08:03:31 AM  

TuteTibiImperes: I've heard the CW has been doing well with Arrow, so, maybe there's a chance. Still, it seems like the best sci-fi on TV is being developed in the UK or Canada lately.


t3knomanser: And all of the men will have a severe allergy to shirts. And near the end of the first season, the'll chuck in a John Barrowman gay BDSM scene with the main character.


The pilot was horrid for Arrow, as were the next 4 or 5 episodes.  It DID finally get good but I had originally given up on it after the pilot.  I only recently binged on all of season 1 and it was worth it.  Oh, and the 'tech/hacker/batcomputer' angle is laughable, but moves the plots forward enough for me to not mind it.  Once everyone matures past the Calculon-levels of selfishness and narcissism it becomes very watchable.

Tip for someone about to watch it.  He was never alone on the island and they should have told you that from act i.  Waiting to 'reveal' that at the end of the pilot wasn't clever, just made the entirety of the pilot look full of plot holes.  He has his reasons for NOT telling anyone else that.  His life on the island is going to roughly match the time passed in the present and is an interesting parallel plot.

There, now you can watch and enjoy it. Even with the CWness of the show.
 
2013-10-10 08:05:03 AM  

Mugato: Any movie about Mars (besides Total Recall) is box office poison. Granted, this is a TV show but I think the rule still applies. Why do we have such a hard on about colonizing Mars anyway? It's a radiated, desolate wasteland that may or may not be inhabited by deadly aliens. The moon would be a much more logical colonization locale. Just build a big ass dome with central heat and air.


well, it's science fiction, so try to suspend some disbelife here.

also, if go by the accepted theory about what happened to the lost coloney of Roanoke, that after the resupply ship was delayed by some five years and the colonists simply intigrated with the local native tribes, then that could make for a rather intersting setting and concept.
 
2013-10-10 08:10:30 AM  

Qaiwolf: Tip for someone about to watch it. He was never alone on the island and they should have told you that from act i. Waiting to 'reveal' that at the end of the pilot wasn't clever, just made the entirety of the pilot look full of plot holes. He has his reasons for NOT telling anyone else that. His life on the island is going to roughly match the time passed in the present and is an interesting parallel plot.

There, now you can watch and enjoy it. Even with the CWness of the show.


God damnit so much, now I have to sit down and watch through 4 hours of shiat just to get some good? I gave up on that show because of the piss poor writing of the pilot and second episode.
 
2013-10-10 08:25:30 AM  

IdBeCrazyIf: Qaiwolf: Tip for someone about to watch it. He was never alone on the island and they should have told you that from act i. Waiting to 'reveal' that at the end of the pilot wasn't clever, just made the entirety of the pilot look full of plot holes. He has his reasons for NOT telling anyone else that. His life on the island is going to roughly match the time passed in the present and is an interesting parallel plot.

There, now you can watch and enjoy it. Even with the CWness of the show.

God damnit so much, now I have to sit down and watch through 4 hours of shiat just to get some good? I gave up on that show because of the piss poor writing of the pilot and second episode.


ehhh, you could probably skip a couple episodes and not miss anything MUST SEE.  They do enough flashback and 'previously on' to keep up to date.  Since we have two storylines intertwining, nothing moves so fast that you lose track of anything.
 
2013-10-10 08:26:15 AM  
ambercat:

In my dream world, CW would have picked up Alphas after SyFy canceled it, but I guess it didn't have enough teenagers. After that was canceled, I can't think of any other good sci-fi show that was produced in the US (and even then, it was shot in Canada). I do like Warehouse 13, but it is really more fantasy than sci-fi, and it's been canceled anyway. Defiance is not the worst thing ever, but I wouldn't call it good.

To be fair, Warehouse 13 had a pretty solid run (4 full seasons and next year's 6-show wrap up/half season).  I think they did a decent job of it and, much like Burn Notice, would rather end it on a high note.  I'm sure it made a decent pile of cash, enough to fund megasquidsharkstormnado, or whatever terrible drek Seefee is trying to churn out next.

The Tomorrow People pilot was okay, I might give it a show or two more just to see.
 
2013-10-10 08:30:53 AM  

ambercat: CW also does Supernatural, which I like. They also rebooted The Tomorrow People. It wasn't....good exactly, but then pilots often aren't, and it was better than most SyFy stuff, so I guess I'll watch a few more eps.


This is what, the third or fourth reboot of Tomorrow People?  Although I really liked the 1990s version.

Milo Minderbinder: In before...


But all you've done is accomplish what Space Bevets intended to do.  People just need to put him on ignore and enjoy a thread without noise.
 
2013-10-10 08:36:50 AM  

Mugato: Why do we have such a hard on about colonizing Mars anyway? It's a radiated, desolate wasteland that may or may not be inhabited by deadly aliens


Not sure if you intended to answer your own question or not.
 
2013-10-10 08:43:10 AM  

Milo Minderbinder: In before Quantum Apostrophe tells us its stupid, it can't be done, you don't know anything about space and why don't you all just make your atoms live longer?


Yeah but he's right.  We're not going to Mars.  We're not even going anywhere.
 
2013-10-10 08:50:57 AM  

UNC_Samurai: ambercat: CW also does Supernatural, which I like. They also rebooted The Tomorrow People. It wasn't....good exactly, but then pilots often aren't, and it was better than most SyFy stuff, so I guess I'll watch a few more eps.

This is what, the third or fourth reboot of Tomorrow People?  Although I really liked the 1990s version.

Milo Minderbinder: In before...

But all you've done is accomplish what Space Bevets intended to do.  People just need to put him on ignore and enjoy a thread without noise.


I'm hoping the mockery will make him go away. He must have a little shame, after all.
 
2013-10-10 08:55:21 AM  

White_Scarf_Syndrome: Milo Minderbinder: In before Quantum Apostrophe tells us its stupid, it can't be done, you don't know anything about space and why don't you all just make your atoms live longer?

Yeah but he's right.  We're not going to Mars.  We're not even going anywhere.


I love a reasonable debate on the merits and feasibility of space colonization. I just can't stand the condescending trolling manner in which he goes about it.
 
2013-10-10 09:17:44 AM  
Oh my god, Brittany totally uses my spacesuit whenever she feels like it, and she doesn't even ask, and it makes her ass look so big!
 
2013-10-10 09:21:29 AM  
Red Planet - Red Passion?
 
2013-10-10 09:44:47 AM  

IdBeCrazyIf: Qaiwolf: Tip for someone about to watch it. He was never alone on the island and they should have told you that from act i. Waiting to 'reveal' that at the end of the pilot wasn't clever, just made the entirety of the pilot look full of plot holes. He has his reasons for NOT telling anyone else that. His life on the island is going to roughly match the time passed in the present and is an interesting parallel plot.

There, now you can watch and enjoy it. Even with the CWness of the show.

God damnit so much, now I have to sit down and watch through 4 hours of shiat just to get some good? I gave up on that show because of the piss poor writing of the pilot and second episode.


Just wikipedia/imdb the episode summaries.  Figure out which ones have Hellen (huntress) in them, and then start on the episodes immediately following.

/looks it up

Ya, basically start at episode 9 "year's end".  You miss some good episodes and Deadshots initial appearance, but you skip the most wretched episodes.

There isn't a bad episode from Betrayal (13) onward, which is where you meet Deathstroke for the first time it looks like.
 
2013-10-10 09:47:00 AM  
So, it's going to be a show about broody teenagers lying to each other, sleeping with Martians and forcing the drama in every episode?
 
2013-10-10 09:49:39 AM  

Milo Minderbinder: UNC_Samurai: ambercat: CW also does Supernatural, which I like. They also rebooted The Tomorrow People. It wasn't....good exactly, but then pilots often aren't, and it was better than most SyFy stuff, so I guess I'll watch a few more eps.

This is what, the third or fourth reboot of Tomorrow People?  Although I really liked the 1990s version.

Milo Minderbinder: In before...

But all you've done is accomplish what Space Bevets intended to do.  People just need to put him on ignore and enjoy a thread without noise.

I'm hoping the mockery will make him go away. He must have a little shame, after all.


That is the opposite of how trolls work. They want attention, and negative is as good, or better than, positive, just because you can fuel hatred much easier and there are always new troll-ees, while there is a very limited pool of praise.
 
2013-10-10 10:06:48 AM  
Will it be  staring Steven Lang and Jason O'Mara?
 
2013-10-10 10:39:01 AM  

fusillade762: Of course all the colonists will be buff, gorgeous teenagers.  And maybe some sexy vampires.


Mars will bear a strong resemblance to British Columbia shot through a red filter.  The main character will spend a lot of time sulking in a barn.

Speaking of which I just watched a couple episodes of Continuum on Netflix.  Damned if they didn't stick the technogeek side-kick in the Kent family barn.
 
2013-10-10 10:44:20 AM  

AlHarris31: Any network is better than scifi. It used to show MST3K, Farscape, various other science fiction shows and movies, and now its absolute dreck.


Haven is still pretty good.
 
2013-10-10 10:48:30 AM  

Qaiwolf: TuteTibiImperes: I've heard the CW has been doing well with Arrow, so, maybe there's a chance. Still, it seems like the best sci-fi on TV is being developed in the UK or Canada lately.

t3knomanser: And all of the men will have a severe allergy to shirts. And near the end of the first season, the'll chuck in a John Barrowman gay BDSM scene with the main character.

The pilot was horrid for Arrow, as were the next 4 or 5 episodes.  It DID finally get good but I had originally given up on it after the pilot.  I only recently binged on all of season 1 and it was worth it.  Oh, and the 'tech/hacker/batcomputer' angle is laughable, but moves the plots forward enough for me to not mind it.  Once everyone matures past the Calculon-levels of selfishness and narcissism it becomes very watchable.

Tip for someone about to watch it.  He was never alone on the island and they should have told you that from act i.  Waiting to 'reveal' that at the end of the pilot wasn't clever, just made the entirety of the pilot look full of plot holes.  He has his reasons for NOT telling anyone else that.  His life on the island is going to roughly match the time passed in the present and is an interesting parallel plot.

There, now you can watch and enjoy it. Even with the CWness of the show.


No thanks, still not gonna watch it.  I mean Green Arrow wasn't the worst character they could have picked, but not that interesting to me either.
 
2013-10-10 10:51:31 AM  

ambercat: TuteTibiImperes: fusillade762: Of course all the colonists will be buff, gorgeous teenagers.  And maybe some sexy vampires.

I've heard the CW has been doing well with Arrow, so, maybe there's a chance.  Still, it seems like the best sci-fi on TV is being developed in the UK or Canada lately.

Pretty much. The CW puts out the most genre stuff made in the US (by virtue of being pretty much the only one who does it, except SyFy, other networks maybe have 1 genre show), even if they do feel the need to fill it with generically attractive teenagers, or generically attractive 20-30 year olds playing teenagers. At least it probably won't be as stupid as Under The Dome.

CW also does Supernatural, which I like. They also rebooted The Tomorrow People. It wasn't....good exactly, but then pilots often aren't, and it was better than most SyFy stuff, so I guess I'll watch a few more eps.

In my dream world, CW would have picked up Alphas after SyFy canceled it, but I guess it didn't have enough teenagers. After that was canceled, I can't think of any other good sci-fi show that was produced in the US (and even then, it was shot in Canada). I do like Warehouse 13, but it is really more fantasy than sci-fi, and it's been canceled anyway. Defiance is not the worst thing ever, but I wouldn't call it good.


I watched like 5 minutes of that show and decided it wasn't for me, tried the game too and that game sucked big balls.  Was like Gw2 with guns, and the story sucked.
 
2013-10-10 10:57:50 AM  

Alphax: Based upon 'Red Mars'?  (clicks)  Roanoke?  Dafark?


Yeah, bummer. If I had all the money, I'd pay to make RGB Mars as three 10 episode miniseries. Not because I care what anyone thinks, or because I think it'd make money; just because I want to watch it.
 
2013-10-10 11:02:21 AM  

steve_wmn: fusillade762: Of course all the colonists will be buff, gorgeous teenagers.  And maybe some sexy vampires.

Mars will bear a strong resemblance to British Columbia shot through a red filter.  The main character will spend a lot of time sulking in a barn.

Speaking of which I just watched a couple episodes of Continuum on Netflix.  Damned if they didn't stick the technogeek side-kick in the Kent family barn.


My advice: stop watching now.  I got into it during the first season, but during the second it just got ridiculous and I wanted to see all the characters die fiery deaths
 
2013-10-10 11:11:50 AM  

serial_crusher: steve_wmn: fusillade762: Of course all the colonists will be buff, gorgeous teenagers.  And maybe some sexy vampires.

Mars will bear a strong resemblance to British Columbia shot through a red filter.  The main character will spend a lot of time sulking in a barn.

Speaking of which I just watched a couple episodes of Continuum on Netflix.  Damned if they didn't stick the technogeek side-kick in the Kent family barn.

My advice: stop watching now.  I got into it during the first season, but during the second it just got ridiculous and I wanted to see all the characters die fiery deaths


I dont know if season two was that bad.   But the season ender.... I am not sure what went on there.  It was like they decided to skip over about a season of exposition.
 
2013-10-10 11:25:16 AM  

Saiga410: serial_crusher: steve_wmn: fusillade762: Of course all the colonists will be buff, gorgeous teenagers.  And maybe some sexy vampires.

Mars will bear a strong resemblance to British Columbia shot through a red filter.  The main character will spend a lot of time sulking in a barn.

Speaking of which I just watched a couple episodes of Continuum on Netflix.  Damned if they didn't stick the technogeek side-kick in the Kent family barn.

My advice: stop watching now.  I got into it during the first season, but during the second it just got ridiculous and I wanted to see all the characters die fiery deaths

I dont know if season two was that bad.   But the season ender.... I am not sure what went on there.  It was like they decided to skip over about a season of exposition.


Yeah, the last few episodes of that season seemed like kind of an exposition dump like they were trying to reveal everything that was hidden from the characters all at once. I didn't think the season was that bad as a whole though. I do kind of wish that the characters didn't sometimes act like they were so damned stupid as a plot device though. I see the same thing sometimes with another Canuck show I had been watching, Lost Girl.
 
2013-10-10 12:46:05 PM  

AlHarris31: Any network is better than scifi. It used to show MST3K, Farscape, various other science fiction shows and movies, and now its absolute dreck.


I was homicidal when they canceled MST3K but it worked out for the best, Rifftrax is better. Same guys, newer movies.

But yeah, SyFy is farking abysmal.
 
2013-10-10 12:54:47 PM  

Mugato: AlHarris31: Any network is better than scifi. It used to show MST3K, Farscape, various other science fiction shows and movies, and now its absolute dreck.

I was homicidal when they canceled MST3K but it worked out for the best, Rifftrax is better. Same guys, newer movies.

But yeah, SyFy is farking abysmal.


Why is there hate for SyFy for canceling MST3K but none for Comedy Central?
 
2013-10-10 01:00:31 PM  

Mugato: AlHarris31: Any network is better than scifi. It used to show MST3K, Farscape, various other science fiction shows and movies, and now its absolute dreck.

I was homicidal when they canceled MST3K but it worked out for the best, Rifftrax is better. Same guys, newer movies.

But yeah, SyFy is farking abysmal.


Right now they have Continuum, Being Human, and Lost Girl that are pretty good, but the last two are more fantasy than sci-fi.  Defiance has potential, but so far the writers haven't really been doing anything to fully take advantage of that.

SyFy needs another solid spaceships, lasers, and aliens show.
 
2013-10-10 01:16:38 PM  

Saiga410: Mugato: AlHarris31: Any network is better than scifi. It used to show MST3K, Farscape, various other science fiction shows and movies, and now its absolute dreck.

I was homicidal when they canceled MST3K but it worked out for the best, Rifftrax is better. Same guys, newer movies.

But yeah, SyFy is farking abysmal.

Why is there hate for SyFy for canceling MST3K but none for Comedy Central?



Good question. I think it was a money thing. Comedy Central at the time didn't have a lot of money. The Sci Fi Channel however, had enough money to make their bullshiat Gatorshark vs Pythonkangaroo and wrestling and idiots pretending to look for ghosts. But Rifftrax wound up turning out better.
 
2013-10-10 03:14:09 PM  

wildcardjack: I wonder if they'll work on the economics of colonization, or will it be as bad as most Mars movies.

Oh, and I'll solve Roanoke in a hurry. Croatians were already pretty badass merchants and were either there already or interacted with the colony in some fashion. Hence "croatoan".


I'm sorry, did you just propose the theory that Croatia discovered and colonized North America?

NicktheSmoker: AlHarris31: Any network is better than scifi. It used to show MST3K, Farscape, various other science fiction shows and movies, and now its absolute dreck.

Haven is still pretty good.


Still? Holy shiat, until this moment I thought the last episode was a series finale, not a season finale.
 
2013-10-10 03:52:19 PM  
didnt really have time to flesh out my comment this morning.

I will say that the concept has me a bit hopefull, the Roanoke Island Lost colony thing is a bit of thing with the local history around these parts. so I have had a lot of familiarity with the story line, and transposed to a Martian colony scenerio, I think, could work well as a series.
Think about it, Those colonists might as well have been on Mars back then. that had to scratch out a living in a strange land. The founder of the colony leaves his family behind to return to the homeland in order to bring fresh supplies and a settlers.
because of politics and money he is delayed by some five or more years in returning.
once dude finnaly does get back, everyone, including his family, is no where to be found. cyrptic words scratched into a tree

we are pretty sure now that the colonists intigrated with a local tribe of natives.
transpose that to Mars, and it makes things more interesting, particuarly if pose it out that no one knows of any life at all, let alone a civilazation of intelgent natives that save the settlers asses.

of course, some kind of accident, or incident, perhaps a raid by the natives has disabled the settlers ability to communicate to the home world.

so.. you could have the story arc that deals with colonists and everything that is going on with all that, and the political bit back on earth of the dude trying to get back to his family... on mars.


Why not the moon? because the moon is three days away, Mars is between 9 months and three years away. tension of time and space and all that stuff. not to mention the whole, it actually has something of an atmosphere and a simple stretch of the imagination allows for advanced life living in sub terranian, and stuff.

I would presume in the shows story line that the moon is already settled and being used as a spring board for deeper space exploration.


I can support this concept, and I would give it more of a chance
 
2013-10-10 05:35:32 PM  

Dingleberry Dickwad: I do kind of wish that the characters didn't sometimes act like they were so damned stupid as a plot device though. I see the same thing sometimes with another Canuck show I had been watching, Lost Girl.


Lost Girl, ugh. I really wanted to like that show. The matter-of-fact way they dealt with the characters bisexuality (omni-sexuality?) was cool and the cast as a whole was gorgeous but DAMN if everybody wasn't dumber than a bag of rocks.


TuteTibiImperes: SyFy needs another solid spaceships, lasers, and aliens show.


This. Give me some gorram space opera already.
 
2013-10-10 06:49:39 PM  

TuteTibiImperes: Mugato: AlHarris31: Any network is better than scifi. It used to show MST3K, Farscape, various other science fiction shows and movies, and now its absolute dreck.

I was homicidal when they canceled MST3K but it worked out for the best, Rifftrax is better. Same guys, newer movies.

But yeah, SyFy is farking abysmal.

Right now they have Continuum, Being Human, and Lost Girl that are pretty good, but the last two are more fantasy than sci-fi.  Defiance has potential, but so far the writers haven't really been doing anything to fully take advantage of that.

SyFy needs another solid spaceships, lasers, and aliens show.


Didn't you hear? Wrasslin' Ghosts is filming for premier next summer. They've already shot six seasons.
 
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