The best science fiction television from every decade.
‘Westworld’ Season 3: The 20 Singapore Locations You Can Find In Its Future World
From being the present-day setting for Crazy Rich Asians, to being part of Westworld’s future world, Singapore is in the Hollywood spotlight again.
15 Sci-Fi Shows To Satisfy Different Interests
As of late, I’ve been thinking a lot about the various science fiction shows I’ve seen. Some are have been favourites for a long time and others are relatively new. Still, they’re all vastly entertaining and with so much variety out there, I decided to put together a list of 15 sci-fi shows that each provide and/or tackle something unique.
The Most Disturbing Thing in The TV Show Travelers
For those who aren’t familiar with the show, it’s a Sci-Fi TV series on Netflix. Hundreds of years in the future, humanity’s population has taken a huge hit, thanks to a combination of things like asteroids, climate change, and war. The future humans devise a plan to change the future. They create a boss AI, which is capable of sending future consciousnesses back through time. They’re able to do this by knowing the exact death date and location of the ‘host’ body.
Review: Red Dwarf: The Promised Land
You've got to admire Red Dwarf's ability to continually come back from the brink. The series has appeared to be dead so many times over the years, only to pop up again a few years later. The fifth, sixth, eighth, ninth, tenth and twelfth series all looked like they could easily have been the last, and yet, here we are again, with a thirteenth installment of the long-running show.
Outrageously Innovative and Controversial: Is this genius or ridiculous? | Vivarium (2019) Review
Have you ever feared that making one decision might change your life forever? That one answer to a question, yes or no, would go on to be the defining factor of how your future plays out? That you will be locked down and stuck, regardless of how much you try to break out of the cycle?
5 Sci-Fi Television Series that deserve a Reboot.
Being a fan of Sci-Fi television, I'm always on the lookout for new content to check out on the tube. There's a ton of really good (and not-so good) science fiction out there for consumption right now, and COVID-19 is ensuring that the greater American public is. Whether it's indie producers doing content for youtube and other smaller online platforms, or mainstream TV and streaming services like Netflix, Hulu and the like, There's a ton of great new sci-fi content to go around. Krypton, Killjoys, The Expanse, all of the Star Trek projects CBS all-access has on lockdown, etc. There's simply a great selection of stuff out there to choose from.
5 Science Fiction Shows to Binge
Over the last ten years, Science fiction television has become a normal part of my life. I grew to love science fiction when I was introduced to Stargate by my first husband. Since then, I have become more obsessed with science fiction shows and will watch just about everything there is, however there are Five shows that I will always love to watch, over and over again.
5 Common and Annoying Types of Episodes in Science Fiction Television
As a fan of many Science fiction shows, I’ve come across quite a few scenarios that we normally see in every series we watch. These types of episodes can be fun but can also be annoying. During these episodes we may feel ourselves becoming bored especially when we see them in just about all the Sci Fi shows out there. So what are the most aggravating types of episodes out there.
Every Doctor I am going to talk all have different ways of dressing and different ways of giving us the Doctor, but we all have our favourite ones. The Doctors I am going to be talking about are David tenant( 10th Doctor), Matt Smith (11th Doctor) and Jodie Whittaker (13th Doctor). All the doctors travel with different companions and they travel to many different worlds. David Tenants doctor had 3 companions Rose Tyler (Billie Piper), Donna Noble ( Catherine Tate), Martha Jones ( Freema Agyemnm) and even for a few episode captain Jack Harkness (John Barrowman). Matt Smith had 5 companions Amy Pond ( Karen Gilan), Rory Williams ( Arthur Darvill), River Song ( Alex Kingston), Craig Owens (James Corden) and finally Clara Oswald (Jenna Coleman). Jodie Whittaker has currently got 3 companion Granham O`Brien ( Bradley Walsh), Ryan Sinclair (Tosin Cole) and Yasmin Khan (Mandip Gill).
Doctor Who: Series Twelve Finale - The Timeless Children (REVIEW)
Everything was a lie - In the epic and emotional series finale, the Cybermen are on the march. As the last remaining humans are ruthlessly hunted down, Graham, Ryan and Yaz face a terrifying fight to survive. Meanwhile, the Doctor faces the harrowing truth of her past.
"Alien Invasion or Teen Angst?" - The Fandom of Doctor Who
During my second year of university in 2016, I came across (by accident) the Doctor Who spin-off Class, which focused on a group of troubled sixth form students and their reluctant rebel alien teacher charged to protect an alien prince. What struck me instantly was Patrick Ness's writing, which was so captivating and grounded - all of the characters had their light and dark sides, making them all have morally grey moments and complex developments throughout. After the first two episodes, I thought it was good for its genre and by the third episode I was hooked and fully invested in the series - coupled with brilliantly diverse characters, fantastic direction and moving score, Class was a show that really stood out for me.
BIG FINISH - Torchwood: Dissected (REVIEW)
As someone who was first introduced to the Doctor Who universe during Tennant’s run, Martha Jones always felt like the underdog - which is why I always loved her character arc and how she developed as a character. Martha had an intriguing arc that was shadowed in mystery when she left the TARDIS in Journey’s End and later returned in the midst of fighting a Judoon married to none other than Mickey Smith (Noel Clarke) – that one scene not only showed great chemistry between both beloved characters and gave a satisfying ending, it left a lot og questions. How did we get here?