Nifty new trailer after the jump.
Archive for the Television Category
There are all kinds of dangers an adventurer might face. But nothing more intriguing than …
“Flying Saucers” originally aired on “Dangerous Assignment” on April 17, 1950. This is one of the shows from the early fifties that had both radio and television versions airing at the same time, and featuring the same cast. The TV series was somewhat obscure, and hard to find. But now, thanks to Hulu, the series can be watched for free. The television series only had a single 39 episode season. Hulu has made all the episodes available. The radio series ran for three years. About 90 episodes have survived. But series star the always reliable Brian Donlevy.
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Watch these videos for some intriguing peaks at season 3.
According to a press release on the WETA website, a reboot of Gerry Anderson’s “Thunderbirds” (carrying the working title “Thunderbirds are Go!”) is currently in pre-production. Intriguingly, the show “will be produced using a unique mix of CGI animation and live-action model sets.” It’s unclear what this means, but it suggest the series could have a look as unique as the original.
Ever wonder what everyone’s favorite boy adventurer would look like after reaching his majority? And what his life might be like?
It was a normal day on Twitter until William Shatner did this:
@Cmdr_Hadfield Are you tweeting from space? MBB
@WilliamShatner Yes, Standard Orbit, Captain. And we’re detecting signs of life on the surface.
For some weeks there had been rumors about a new Tardis interior. Well, the rumors are true. And here (above) it is. What do you think? Too green? Too Star Trek? Not enough roundels? Not Edwardian enough? Something else? Offer you thoughts in the comments section.
And, after the jump, some images of Tardises past.