This fall's television offerings include Grimm, a fantasy take on the police procedural in which a homicide detective must protect humanity from fairytale evil. And Terry Pratchett has a new procedural on the way, set in his Discworld universe.
Click to viewSometimes it seems like every little dreg of geek culture from your youth is out on DVD - but it's not true! Weirdly, there are huge gaps in the archives of science fiction TV shows that Hollywood is willing to sell you. Think about this the next time you invite over that hottie from work and fail to get…
Rabid Jake 2.0 fans are sending this postcard to Paramount demanding a DVD boxset of the canceled show. In an era when even Jason of Star Command has DVDs, it seems hard to believe you can't buy your favorite obscure show yet. What sci-fi show are you dying to see on DVD?
The first time travel tale to ever appear on television was in 1959 on The Twilight Zone, and since then there have been scads of time-tripping adventures available to viewers, some good and some bad. Here's a list of some of the best and worst chronoscopic escapades that television has to offer.