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    The Walking Dead

    The Walking Dead

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    AMC
    The world we knew is gone. An epidemic of apocalyptic proportions has swept the globe causing the dead to rise and feed on the living. In a matter of months society has crumbled. In a world ruled by the dead, we are forced to finally start living. Based on a comic book series of the same name by Robert Kirkman, this AMC project focuses on the world after a zombie apocalypse. The series follows a police officer, Rick Grimes, who wakes up from a coma to find the world ravaged with zombies. Looking for his family, he and a group of survivors attempt to battle against the zombies in order to stay alive.moreless
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    Arrow

    Arrow

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    The CW
    Arrow is a modern retelling of the DC Comic character Green Arrow. Multi-millionaire playboy Oliver Queen is missing, and presumed dead after a shipwreck at sea. He is found five years later, having survived on a desert island off his wits and by mastering the bow and arrow. When he returns to Starling City however, he discovers that it is rife with corruption and crime. Oliver decides to put his skills to use by taking on the persona of Arrow and becoming the vigilante that Starling City needs. The show stars Stephen Amell in the title role. Green Arrow has been portrayed two times by a real life actor, and voiced in twelve separate cartoon/animations starting in 1973.moreless
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    The Flash

    The Flash

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    The CW
    In this spinoff of The CW's popular series Arrow, scientist Barry Allen is exposed to radiation from a particle accelerator. Combined with a mix of chemicals, Barry gains the ability to move at super-speed and dedicates his life to solving mysteries, fighting criminals... and determining who killed his mother.moreless
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    Lost

    Lost

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    ABC (ended 2010)
    After Oceanic Air Flight 815 tears apart in mid-air and crashes on a Pacific island on September 22nd 2004, its survivors are forced to find inner strength they never knew they had in order to survive. But they discover that the island holds many secrets, including a mysterious smoke monster, polar bears, housing with electricity and hot & cold running water, a group of island residents known as "The Others," and a mysterious man named Jacob. The survivors also find signs of those who came to the island before them, including a 19th century sailing ship called The Black Rock and the ruins of an ancient statue, as well as bunkers belonging to the DHARMA Initiative -- a group of scientific researchers who inhabited the island in the recent past. Lost has won a Golden Globe, 10 Saturn Awards and 10 Emmy Awards.moreless
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    Westworld

    Westworld

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    HBO (Returning 2018)
    The Delos Corporation offers Westworld to the rich: a theme pack based on the fictionalized Old West and populated by android "hosts" that are programmed to believe that they are human. However, the androids soon display mannerisms and behaviors suggesting that they are developing sentience... and may pose a threat to the human staff and guests.moreless
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    Hawaii Five-0

    Hawaii Five-0

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    CBS
    After his father is murdered, Lieutenant Commander Steven J. McGarrett decides to return home to Oahu in order to catch the killer. The governor offers him the opportunity to run a new task force where he is able to call the shots. Steve brings together his own team, starting with Chin Ho Kelly, an ex-Honolulu Police Detective and former protege of McGarrett's father. Kelly has been assigned to a federal security patrol after being suspected of corruption. Detective Danny (Danno) Williams is a New Jersey cop who recently moved to the island to be close to his 8-year-old daughter, Grace. Kono Kalakaua is Kelly's cousin and a rookie officer, fresh from the academy. McGarrett's team is given full backing from the governor.moreless
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    Gunsmoke

    Gunsmoke

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    CBS (ended 1975)

    Dodge City, known as the Sodom and Gomorrah of the plains, is a typical frontier city of the late 1800s with typical problems ranging from rumored Indian raids to bank and stage robberies, cattle rustling, and family feuds. All of these must be dealt with within the law and that task falls to Matt Dillon, US Marshal (James Arness).

    Dillon is a man who prefers the use of logic over the use of the gun but the nature of the people passing through Dodge doesn't always leave him that choice. Aided by various assistants and deputies over the years (played by Dennis Weaver, Burt Reynolds, and Ken Curtis), he does his best to keep the lawless element out of his town and his territory. Matt often solves his crimes through keen observation and deduction, an innovative approach for the times.

    Crucial information about cases is often provided by his beautiful companion, Long Branch owner Kitty Russell(Amanda Blake), while they drink beer or whiskey in her establishment. Matt also often exchanges banter or bounces his theories off of the crusty town doctor, Galen Adams (Milburn Stone).moreless
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    Robot Chicken

    Robot Chicken

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    Cartoon Network
    The stop-motion series entitled Robot Chicken is the animated program from Seth Green and Matthew Senreich, and is currently airing on the late-night programming block "Adult Swim".

    What is Robot Chicken? "Robot Chicken" was a dish from the Chinese restaurant where Seth & Matthew ordered take-out, while they were writing the show.

    About the Creators: Seth Green Known for his acting roles in dozens of movies like The Italian Job, Without a Paddle and the Austin Powers films. He has also appeared extensively on television, starring in the hit series Buffy the Vampire Slayer and as the voice of Chris in Family Guy.

    Matthew Senreich A former ToyFare editor. Began his career working in comic books before joining Wizard Entertainment, Wizard is a magazine covering comic books, action figures, anime and collectible card gaming. Senreich was named editor of ToyFare, then editorial director for all of Wizard's publications.

    Robot Chicken is original in the ways that there hasnt been any like it since Action League NOW! The great fact is the episodes are so incredibly random, yet they still happen to pull through and manage to be completely hilarious, without losing the viewers attention because of the entire random factor... So read the rules and have fun posting... about the sheer random-ness that is Robot Chicken!moreless
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    DC's Legends of Tomorrow

    DC's Legends of Tomorrow

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    The CW
    Rip Hunter travels back in time to the 21st century where he brings together a new team of heroes and villains, that in his timeline were already a team, but are now dead and gone. Everyone must come together in an attempt to prevent the immortal Vandal Savage from destroying the world and time itself.moreless
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    Supergirl

    Supergirl

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    The CW
    In an effort to protect Kal-El, the future Superman, a 13-year old Kara Zor-El was launched from Krypton moments after her baby cousin. On route her vessel was trapped in The Phantom Zone, a timeless drift delaying her arrival. When Kara finally arrives on Earth she finds her baby cousin has grown up and already made a name for himself. Without a mission, the now 24-year-old Kara must find her own way as both a woman and Earth's only female superhero.moreless
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    Game of Thrones

    Game of Thrones

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    HBO (Returning mid-2017)
    Game of Thrones is an HBO adaptation of American author George R.R. Martin's epic fantasy novel series published by HarperCollins,A Song of Ice and Fire. The show explores a medieval-like fantasy world with its plethora of characters all struggling in the only game that matters--the game of thrones. And in this game you either win or you die, there is no middle ground.moreless
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    Doctor Who

    Doctor Who

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    BBC America (Returning Spring 2017)
    "I'm the Doctor, run for your life!"

    A UK television staple, Doctor Who was revamped for the 21st century by the BBC, bringing the show back in 2005 after its cancellation in 1989. The Ninth Doctor (Christopher Eccleston) came and conquered but died saving the universe and his companions from the cursed Daleks. Regenerating for the ninth time, the Tenth Doctor (David Tennant) brought more secrets and dark sides of this universe. Past, Present, Future and beyond! After regenerating to once again save the life of a trusted companion, the Doctor (Matt Smith) is now on his eleventh incarnation. With new friends Amy Pond (Karen Gillian) and Rory Williams (Arthur Darvill), a newly revamped TARDIS inside and out, the Doctor is ready for more adventures in time and space. The Eleventh Doctor (Matt Smith) regenerated to become the Twelfth Doctor (Peter Capaldi).moreless
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    Battlestar Galactica

    Battlestar Galactica

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    Syfy (ended 2010)
    The Best Show on Television? Yes, according to Time Magazine, The National Review, Rolling Stone and New York Newsday. Praised by The New York Times, The New Yorker, The San Francisco Chronicle, The Chicago Tribune and many other publications, Battlestar Galactica won a prestigious Peabody Award in the spring of 2006. Ronald D. Moore, the producer of Carnivale and writer for Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, boldly re-imagined the original 1978 space opera of humans versus the robotic Cylons. He teamed up with fellow executive producer David Eick on a powerful and dramatic update of the Galactica story. Gone are the technobabble, disco-themed costumes and Egyptian helmets of the original series. The modern show introduces new elements to the Galactica story. The Cylons have developed human-form models that are indistinguishable from real humans. The Cylons have a monotheistic religion in contrast to the polytheistic religion of the human Colonies. The approach is serious and intense, with a focus on tough political, philosophical and religious issues set in a tale that manages to keep the focus on realistic and not always perfect characters.

    In the miniseries, the Cylons launch a massive attack against the humans and wipe out the Twelve Colonies, sending the 47,000 survivors on a desperate search for the fabled 13th colony -- Earth. Season One Overview The Cylons declare war on humanity, wiping out billions in an unprovoked first strike. The Colonial fleet is all but eliminated leaving just a handful of ships, including the soon to be decommissioned battlestar Galactica. Galactica is manned by a crew that never expected to be involved in real duty. With the president gone and the government all but eliminated, Laura Roslin, the Education Minister, takes on the mantle of President of the 12 Colonies. Gaius Baltar, a top researcher in Artificial Intelligence, inadvertently betrayed humanity by allowing a Cylon agent into the defense network, rendering it and all of the Colonial military forces impotent in the face of the Cylon attacks. He sees her everywhere when no one else can. He initially attributes this to stress-induced hallucinations. She tells him that she implanted a chip in his brain during their time on Caprica, which enables her to talk to him. Over the season Baltar falls in love with the Cylon, Number Six, eventually betraying humanity again and again. A lone soldier is trapped on Cylon-occupied Caprica, having given up his seat on a transport for Baltar, as he believes that his own life is not as important as one of the greatest minds of their time. He struggles against the odds, trying to stay alive amid the hostile Cylons. He is surprised to learn that Sharon Valerii, the pilot of the transport, returned for him. However, the truth is that she is actually another human-form Cylon. Sharon and Helo spend the season trying to escape Caprica. Sharon also finds herself falling in love with her human target. The season ends with her pregnant and fighting to save his life. Meanwhile, the copy of Sharon onboard Galactica (known as "Boomer") has set off several bombs and engaged in other acts of sabotage. The season ends with a stunning turn of events after a successful mission to disable a Cylon base ship. For a more detailed overview of the first three seasons, visit the pinned thread titled "Battlestar Galactica in Just Ten Minutes" located in the forum. Awards and critical praise The 2003 miniseries was the highest-rated miniseries on the Sci Fi Channel (soon to be known as Syfy) at the time. It was also the most successful cable miniseries that TV season.

    The first regular season premiered to excellent viewer numbers and critical acclaim. After the midseason break in Season Two, the show received widespread recognition from the mainstream media, including several outlets not always known for their interest in science fiction. As mentioned above, Time Magazine named BSG the best show on television for 2005. Rolling Stone Magazine and New York Newsday also named BSG the best show of the year. Many other publications like the New York Times and the Chicago Tribune lavished praise on the series.

    The American Film Institute added the show to its list of the ten best television shows of 2005. The show won Emmy Awards in the usual sci-fi categories of special visual effects but it also received Emmy nominations for writing and directing. It also won a prestigious Peabody award for its general excellence in creativity in the television medium. The Sci Fi Channel has used creative means to promote the series, including the release of certain episodes as free streaming video on the official website. In the month leading up to the start of Season Three, the Sci Fi Channel aired a Web-only series titled Battlestar Galactica: The Resistance. The brief, 2 to 3 minute episodes revealed key events from the time period between the Season Two finale and the Season Three premiere episode. Another Web-only series was shown on the official website in the lead-up to the Season 4.5 "final" episodes. A Battlestar Galactica television movie, "Razor", was broadcast in late 2007, followed soon after with a release on DVD. The story followed the struggles of Admiral Cain and young Kendra Shaw as they tried to survive the Cylon attack on the Colonies. The hard-hitting movie was well received by fans and critics. Even though the series "ended" on March 20, 2009, with the two-hour broadcast of "Daybreak, Part 2", the Sci Fi Channel (Syfy) will broadcast one final Battlestar Galactica television movie. "The Plan" is scheduled to air in the fall of 2009. The Galactica franchise will live on, even after the final movie and DVD. A prequel series, Caprica, began production even before Battlestar Galactica ended. The pilot movie will be released as a stand-alone DVD in April 2009. The movie will later air on Syfy along with regular episodes of the new series in 2010. For more information about this look at the early days of the development of the Cylons on Caprica, please consult the separate guide for that series. Original Broadcast History: Season One October 18, 2004 - January 24, 2005 - 8:00 PM SKY One (UK) January 14, 2005 - April 1, 2005 - Fridays @ 10:00 PM Sci Fi Channel (USA)moreless
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    Naruto Shippuden

    Naruto Shippuden

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    TV Tokyo
    Naruto Shippuden (a.k.a. Naruto: Hurricane Chronicles) takes place two-and-a-half years after Naruto leaves to train with Jiraiya. Upon his return, Naruto finds out that everyone in his age group has surpassed him in rank, and he's fallen behind. With only six months left to rescue Sasuke, however, Naruto must face even more dangerous enemies. As Akatsuki's plan unfolds, and Naruto slowly loses himself to the Nine-Tailed Demon Fox, it becomes clear that more dangers await Naruto than ever before. Opening Themes: 1. "Hero's Come Back!!," by nobodyknows+ (Episodes 1-30)
    2. "Distance," by LONG SHOT PARTY (Episodes 31-53)
    3. "BLUE BIRD," by Ikimono-Gakari (Episodes 54-77)
    4. "CLOSER," by Inoue Joe (Episodes 78-102)
    5. "Hotaru no Hikari," by Ikimono-Gakari (Episodes 103-128)
    6. "Sign," by FLOW (Episodes 129-153)
    7. "Toumei Datta Sekai," by Motohira Hata (Episodes 154-179)
    8. "Diver," by NICO Touches the Walls (Episodes 180-205)
    9. "Lovers," by 7!! (Seven Oops) (Episodes 206-230)
    10. "Newsong," by tacica (Episodes 231-256)
    11. "Assault Rock," by THE CROW-MAGNONS (Episode 257-281)
    12: "Moshimo" by Daisuke (Episodes 282-306)
    13: "Niwaka Ame Nimo Makezu" by NICO Touches the Walls (Episodes 307-332)
    14. "Tsuki no Ookisa" (月の大きさ) by Nogizaka46 (Episodes 333-???) Ending Themes: 1. "Nagare Boshi ~Shooting Star~," by HOME MADE Kazoku (Episodes 1-18)
    2. "Michi ~ to you all," by aluto (Episodes 19-30)
    3. "KIMI MONOGATARI," by Little by Little (Episodes 31-41)
    4. "Mezamero! Yasei," by MATCHY with QUESTION? (Episodes 42-53)
    5. "Sunao na Niji," by surface (Episodes 54-63)
    6. "Broken Youth," by NICO Touches the Walls (Episodes 64-77)
    7. "Long Kiss Goodbye," by HALCALI (Episodes 78-90)
    8. "BACCHIKOI!!!," by DEV PARADE (Episodes 91-102)
    9. "Shinkokyuu," by SUPER BEAVER (Episodes 103-115)
    10. "My Answer," by Seamo (Episodes 116-128)
    11. "It was you," by Kishidan (Episodes 129-141)
    12. "For You," by AZU (Episodes 142-153)
    13. "Jitensha (Bicycle)," by Oreskaband (Episodes 154-166)
    14. "Utakata Hanabi," by Supercell (Episodes 167-179)
    15. "You Can Do It," by Domino (Episodes 180-192)
    16. "Orchestra of Midnight," by Aqua Timez (Episodes 193-205)
    17. "FREEDOM," by HOME MADE Kazoku (Episodes 206-218)
    18. "Yokubou o Sakebe!!! (Shout Out Your Desires!!!)," by OKAMOTO'S (Episodes 219-230)
    19. "Place to Try," by TOTALFAT (Episodes 231-242)
    20. "By My Side," by Hemenway (Episodes 243-256)
    21. "Cascade," bu UNLIMITS (Episodes 257-268)
    22: "Kono Koe Karashite (ã"の声枯らã-て feat. CHENON)" by AISHA (Episodes 269-281)
    23: "MOTHER" by MUCC (Episodes 282-295)
    24: "Sayonara Memory (さよならメモリー Sayonara Memori)" by 7!! (Episodes 296-306)
    25: "I Can Hear" by DISH// (Episodes 307-319)
    26: "Yume o Daite ~Hajimari no Clisroad~" by Rake (Episodes 320-332)
    27: "Black Night Down (ブラックナイトタウン)" by Akihisa Kondou (Episodes 333-???)
    Story Arcs: 1. Rescue Gaara Arc (Episodes 1-32)
    2. Sasuke and Sai Arc (Episodes 33-53)
    3. Filler Arc 1: Sora Arc (Episodes 54-71)
    4. Hidan and Kakuzu Arc (Episodes 72-88)
    5. Filler Arc 2: Three-Tails' Arrival Arc (Episodes 89-112)
    6. Hunt for Itachi Arc (Episodes 113-118 + 121-141)
    Special: Kakashi Chronicles Arc (Episodes 119-120)
    7. Hunt for Eight-Tails Arc (Episodes 142-143)
    8. Filler Arc 3: Six-Tailed Jinchuriki Arc (Episodes 144-151)
    9. Sage Mode Training Arc (Episodes 152-156)
    10. Pain's Invasion Arc (Episodes 157-169 + 172-175)
    Filler Special: The Fourth Hokage's Legacy Arc (Episodes 170-171)
    11. Filler Arc 4: Leaf's History Arc (Episodes 176-196)
    12. Five Kage Summit Arc (Episodes 197-222)
    13. Filler Arc 5: Adventures at Sea Arc (Episodes 223-242)
    14. Confining the Jinchuriki Arc (Episodes 243-255)
    15. Fourth Ninja World War Arc (Episodes 256-???)moreless
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    Code Red

    Code Red

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    ABC (ended 1982)
    Joe Rorchek was a 30-year veteran of the Los Angeles City Fire Department who specialized in arson investigations. His sons were also firemen - Ted on the ground and Chris from the air, as a helicopter pilot. Other cast members included: Haley, a young woman trying to prove herself as the city's first female "smoke eater," and Danny, a homeless 13-year-old boy adopted by the Rorcheks. Of course, he joined the Fire Department's Explorer Program so he could fight fires as well. Along with lessons in fire safety, the audience saw examples of the work of rescue operations, paramedics and even scuba diving for underwater fire protection - a danger most people didn't even know existed!moreless
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    Vikings

    Vikings

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    The History Channel
    The History Channel's scripted drama chronicling the adventures of Viking warrior (and supposed descendent of Odin), Ragnar Lothbrok. Curious as to what lies to the West, Ragnar devises a plan to rebel against the long tradition of raiding East. Originally intended as a mini-series, Vikings was renewed for a second and third season.moreless
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    Prison Break

    Prison Break

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    FOX (ended 2009)
    Prison Break is a drama from executive producers Brett Ratner, Paul Scheuring, Matt Olmstead, Marty Adelstein, Dawn Parouse and Neal Moritz. After getting himself incarcerated in Fox River State Penitentiary to free his wrongly accused brother, Lincoln Burrows, Michael Scofield is now on the loose–along with his brother. Tasked by a government agent to take down The Company, the brothers work along side former correctional officer Brad Bellick, former federal agent Alexander Mahone and other odd characters.moreless
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    Gotham

    Gotham

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    FOX (Returning April 24, 2017)
    Explores the origin stories of Commissioner James Gordon.  He is still a detective but he has yet to meet Batman and the villains who made Gotham City so famous.
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    MythBusters

    MythBusters

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    Discovery Channel (ended 2016)
    Did a Medieval Chinese astrologer make it into space by strapping rockets to his chair and setting them off? Just how hard IS it to find a needle in a haystack? Can you in fact go insane by having water drip on your forehead? These are just a few of the myths, urban legends, and improbable sayings that the Mythbusters try to figure out. Comprised of special effects experts Adam Savage and Jamie Heineman - as well as their mottley crew of Mythbuilders, Mythterns, and resident 'crash test dummy' Buster - they don't just tell the myths, they put them to the test to see which ones are possible, and which ones are just plain bunk. As of 2008, MYTHBUSTERS has tested 600 myths, done over 1,900 experiments and created over 650 explosions to prove these Myths Right or Wrong!moreless
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    Teen Wolf

    Teen Wolf

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    MTV - Music Television (Returning Summer 2017)
    MTV's reboot of the classic 1980s cult movie Teen Wolf. Scott is a typical high school student until one night he is bitten by a strange animal while walking in the woods. His best friend tries to help him understand the changes he's going through as he becomes a werewolf.moreless
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