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    The Expanse

    The Expanse

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    Syfy
    Set 200 years into the future Thomas Jane who stars as Detective Miller. This after humans have colonized other planets (worlds). Conspiracy is ripe but not limited to Mars or Earth alone, its the entire universe. The enemy looks at the new inhabitants as a threat and do not consider them to be human. Was the expansion worth it or will it add to our demise? What secret does this vessel hold and when everyone find out will it be to our advantage?moreless
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    Humans

    Humans

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    AMC
    Humans is an eight part drama from AMC, Channel 4 and Kudos. The series is set in a parallel present where the must-have gadget is a 'Synth', a highly developed robotic human looking servant. The series explores the emotional impact that comes as the lines between humans and machines become increasingly blurred. At the center of the four concurrent storylines explored throughout Humans is the flawed but loving Hawkins family. Joe Hawkins believes the addition of a robotic servant to the household will give them back the time they so desperately need, but Laura senses something different about their new Synth Anita - there's something not right. Widower George Millican treats his out-of-date Synth Odi like a son. When the National Health Service gives him a new Synth named Vera after Odi malfunctions he must hide his bond with Odi or risk loosing him. Leo and his Synth Max are searching for someone and they have a mysterious man named Hobb on their trail who is trying to uncover a secret before it can destroy humanity. D.S. Peter Drummond works for the Special Technologies Task Force involved with solving Synth-related disputes. Since Synths rarely malfunction, he spends his time shuffling paperwork, until the day he investigates a case that defies all possibility. Writers Sam Vincent and Jonathan Brackley collaborated on the series. Humans is an adaptation of the award-winning Swedish sci-fi drama Äkta människor (Real Humans). The show is executive produced by Jane Featherstone, Derek Wax, Henrik Widman, Jonathan Brackley and Real Humans creator Lars Lundström. The series will be made available in the UK on Channel 4 on June 14, 2015 and in the US on AMC on June 28, 2015.moreless
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    Claymore

    Claymore

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    Nippon Television Network Corporation (ended 2007)
    Claymore - Shounen, Supernatural, Action, Adventure, Drama (May contain bloody violence, bad language, nudity)...

    Claymore is an anime adaptation of a popular manga based on a fictional world with medieval technology. In this world, humans coexist with creatures called Yoma. The Yoma are sentient, shape-changing monsters that disguise themselves as and then feed on humans. By consuming a human brain, the Yoma can absorb the victim's memories, allowing them to infiltrate human circles without arousing the suspicions of their victim's close friends or family. In order to protect humans from the Yoma, a secret organization has created an order of superhuman warriors known as Claymores. Thusly named for the immense claymores they wield. Villages being attacked by Yoma hire Claymores to kill the Yoma for a large fee.

    Opening theme: "Raison D'être" a rockin' tune by Nightmare.

    Ending theme: "Danzai no Hana~Guilty Sky" by Riyu Kosaka.
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    12 Monkeys

    12 Monkeys

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    Syfy
    In the year 2017, a deadly plague wipes out over 90 percent of the world's population, leaving only a small percentage immune. In 2043, James Cole, a man trying to survive in the chaos left in the plague's wake, is recruited by a group of scientists to be sent back in time to stop the plague from ever happening. In the past, he enlists the help of Dr. Cassandra Railly, a virologist whose message is responsible for the clues that lead Cole to the architects of the plague: the Army of the 12 Monkeys.moreless
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    Jurassic Fight Club

    Jurassic Fight Club

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    The History Channel
    The History Channel imagines prehistoric life in this entertainment series about dinosaur battles. Computer-generated dinosaurs engage in conflicts choreographed using paleontological evidence from 70-million-year-old crime scenes.
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    Last Exile

    Last Exile

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    techtv (ended 2004)
    Enter a world similar to 19th century with anti-gravity devices. Claus and Lavie are pilot and navigator of a Vanship and act as messengers for the Guild. They soon become involved with a mysterious mission after rescuing a little girl from a strange star-shaped killing machine. Not willing to let the girl die, they complete the mission by deliver her to the mysterious mercenary ship, the Sylvania, only to become part of the crew as fighter pilots. Now they must fend for their lives, as fate has put them in the middle of a war... a war for the Gateway to Exile!moreless
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    Exosquad

    Exosquad

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    USA (ended 1995)
    ExoSquad is set in the early 22nd century, and by that time humanity has made two major advancements. They have developed terraforming methods, which has made it possible for humans to inhabit not only Earth, but Venus and Mars as well. The second major achievement was in the field of genetic engineering, which enabled the creation of a new race, called Neo sapiens. This new race, since it was to be used as slave labor in the mines on Mars, was created to be physically superior to Homo sapiens (referred to as Terrans). A Neo sapien is stronger, larger, and can survive in harsher conditions that his human counterpart. A Neo sapien requires less food and no sleep. One feature denied to the Neo sapien race was the ability to procreate, thus the only way for a new Neo sapien to be created is in a brood chamber. Despite this shortcoming, some Neo sapiens resemble males, while others tend to be considered female. Mentally and psychologically Neo sapiens are similar to Terrans, for they are not any more intelligent and they do experience emotions (although they often seem tempered or dulled).

    Neo sapiens had been created decades before ExoSquad epic begins. Fifty years beforehand the Neo sapiens rebelled against their masters, in an attempt to win their own freedom. A new Terran invention, the e-frame, was instrumental in the suppression of the revolt. The exo-frame is a machine that the user climbs into an operates in part by a cybernetic link. The e-frame becomes a larger, stronger extension of the human body (normally 8'-12' tall with two arms and two legs). When equipped with weaponry, such as missiles or machine guns, it becomes a potent weapon. In battle it can act similar to a tank, in that it is heavily armored and carries more firepower than an infantry soldier. Because e-frames have flight capability they are effective in providing air support for ground troops. They are also used in a manner similar to fighters when two opposing space fleets engage each other. An exosquad is, as the name suggests, a squadron of these exo-frames. The Neo sapiens did not have this technology during their first rebellion, and it led to their downfall. Apparently the revolt was not restricted to only Mars, although that is where the uprising was centered. The rebellion was organized by a Neo sapien named Marsala, who later joins the ExoFleet and is a member during the second rebellion. This first Neo sapien revolt was finally supressed by his capture, after his whereabouts were revealed when his captured (by Winfield?) brood brother Phaeton was threatened with death.

    Although Neo sapiens were granted some rights, as well as control of the planet Mars, they were by no means equal, de jure or de facto, to their Terran counterparts. Many Terrans continued to harbor prejudice against the Neo sapiens, while others did consider Neo sapiens as equals. The First Neo sapien Rebellion actually did little to change the status of Neo sapiens, and many of them hoped to eventually achieve equality.

    The Neo sapiens were not the only disenfranchised people in the solar system. The Pirates are descendants of Earth criminals that were sentenced to hard labor, and were sent to mining operations on the moons of the outer planets. With the creation of Neo sapiens, whose physical abilities made them better slaves, the pirate ancestors were abandoned on those moons. They survived, however, and were able to build spaceships of their own, so that they could attack other (mostly Earth) ships and steal whatever they needed or wanted. Many of them developed a sense of hatred for the Terrans (who lived in luxury) and the ExoFleet (whose sole purpose seemed to be to hunt them), and often the feeling was mutual.

    Phaeton, who had ascended to Governor of the Martian Commonwealth, seized the opportunity afforded him by the renewed Pirate threat. Phaeton had been secretly diverting funds from the Martian treasury to the production of military hardware, building guns, ships, and e-frames. Since the Terrans had not given rights to the Neo sapiens, Phaeton was determined to take those rights by force. He supported, though it probably would have occurred regardless of his support, the assembly of a large task force which had the express purpose of going to the outer planets and eliminating the Pirate threat. Most of the ExoFleet's ships and e-frames were dedicated to this effort. The fleet consisted of several ExoCarriers plus support ships, with Admiral Winfield (whose flag was on the Resolute) in command. Once the ExoFleet had reached their destination and had begun engaging the Pirates, Phaeton and his forces struck.

    The Neo sapiens quickly and easily conquered the worlds inhabited by the Terrans. General Shiva spearheaded the successful assault of Earth. General Draconis was in command of the force that subdued the relatively sparsely populated Venus. The remnants of the ExoFleet that had not been assigned to the assault on the Pirate moons were quickly overcome and were only barely able to contact the task force before they were permanently silenced.

    The task force had successfully reached its first target, and had forced a Pirate withdrawal from the moon Enceladus with relatively minor losses. A temporary crippling loss occurred when Admiral Winfield was knocked unconscious in the course of the battle. Captain Matthew Marcus assumed command of the fleet and ordered the pursuit of the Pirates to their base on Tethys. It was while preparing to attack that they received word of the Neo sapien assault. Captain Marcus froze, and Lt. J.T. Marsh called off the attack. The fleet turned and began the long trip back to Earth, and Marcus was determined to strike at the newly formed Neo sapien Commonwealth. His plan was to attack as quickly as possible, partly because he was angered by the surprise uprising, and partly because the Neo sapiens had not had time to completely consolidate their gains. Marsh objected, and attempted to override the order, on the grounds that the support ships could not keep up with the ExoCarriers, and that attacking without the entire fleet would be suicidal. Marcus had Marsh thrown in the brig and charged with mutiny, and Marsh was sentenced to die.

    The Neo sapiens had both their Earth and Martian fleets converge and intercept the approaching ExoCarriers. It was during the battle that Admiral Winfield awoke, and when he did he immediately ordered a withdrawal. Marsh had escaped from his guards with the help of his fellow members of Able Squad when the attack came, and, with Adm. Winfield's permission, took command of four e-frame squads. By directly attacking the Neo sapien flagship he forced the Neo sapiens to redirect their assault, away from the ExoCarriers, giving them the time they needed to escape. Marsh and his fellow Able Squad pilots were all sentenced to spend a year in the brig for the escape, but it was a year during which no battles were fought, since Winfield used the time to repair and rebuild the fleet.

    At that point the pace of the war increased, and the Pirates were soon drawn into the conflict. The television show ExoSquad chronicled this future conflict, focusing primarily on the heroic efforts of Able Squad, the e-frame group commanded by Lt. Marsh.moreless
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    Aquarion

    Aquarion

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    TV Tokyo (ended 2005)
    Humanity is once again in danger from mystical creatures called Shadow Angels, that have not been seen in over twelve thousand years. The Shadow Angels attack human cities and use the human inhabitants to drain their vital energy, also known as prana. The only people who can fight these beings are teenagers known as Elements. They are the only one capable of piloting the three ancient "Vector" ships, and together they form the "Aquarion" unit. The story focuses mainly on one of these Elements, Apollo. He is said to be the reincarnation of the Shadow Angel Apolonius, who fought against its own kin to protect humans a long time ago. Few believe this, however, as he is quite reckless and untamed.moreless
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    The Incredible Hulk (1996)

    The Incredible Hulk (1996)

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    UPN (ended 1999)
    A renowned scientist, Bruce Banner, develops radical breakthroughs, mainly for use in military - weaponry, through the use of gamma radiation [rays]. Although when the powerful gamma bomb he creates is seconds away from being tested, all goes wrong. When a young teenager, Rick Jones, suddenly drives across the secure testing range on a mere dare! The imminent explosion is bound to wipe out everything in its radius. Bruce Banner along with General Ross sit in the specially shielded bomb shelter and await the results. It's only then when Dr. Banner sees the reckless teenager drive across the field [and hits a rocky bump hurling him out of the jeep and onto the ground] and is forced to sacrifice everything when he attempts to save him. Leaving the shelter, but miraculously getting to the boy in time and shoving him into a ditch to save his life! Yet, there is no time for Bruce to find cover and he is bombarded by gamma rays!

    What ordinarily would've killed any normal man [for that matter, incinerated/vaporized his body], Dr. Banner instead undergoes a hideous mutation of unimaginable proportions. Now, mentally at that of a caveman, Bruce can no longer function as a scientist but instead a primitive beast who can neither control his rage or unnaturally given super-strength. For this gruesome, immaculate green mass he appears to be, he is called the Hulk.

    Dr. Betty Ross [more commonly referred to as Betty - in addition to being Bruce's girlfriend is also daughter of the Hulk's mortal enemy, her father, General Ross - once formerly Bruce's boss], is the only one who can comfort or even reason with the beast. She, many a time, appears in trouble, and the Hulk is there to save the day. She works non-stop [day and night] accompanied by Rick Jones, the guilt-ridden boy, as well as Bruce Banner himself [after he calms down and reverts back into his former self from time to time] on a cure from this cursed life as a monster.

    Whilst the first season was one which had a clear direction and a forumlated story arc, the following season saw the series change it's title to "The Incredible Hulk and She-Hulk", and the episodes became more focused on humour and cliched world domination plots.moreless
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    Mickey's Christmas Carol

    Mickey's Christmas Carol

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    Walt Disney Studios (TV Movie 1983)
    Make the season merry with Mickey, Donald, Goofy and all their pals. An all-time Christmas classic gets a fun Disney twist as greedy Scrooge learns to embrace the spirit of the season. Ebenezer Scrooge is far too greedy to understand that Christmas is a time for kindness and generosity, but with the guidance of some new found friends, Scrooge learns to embrace the spirit of the season. Enjoy this timeless tale along with five more holiday-themed shorts.moreless
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    Limitless

    Limitless

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    CBS
    Limitless, the television series, can be considered a sequel to the feature film. Brian Finch (Jake McDorman) discovers the power of the mysterious drug NZT which allows him to access 100% of his brain, and he is then coerced into using his newly found drug-enhanced abilities for good by solving weekly cases for the FBI. Bradley Cooper will reprise his Limitless character for a recurring role. Unbeknowest to the FBI, Brian has also been taken under the wing of Cooper’s Edward Mora, who’s still a regular user of the drug and is now a senator and presidential hopeful. The series also stars Jennifer Carpenter, Hill Harper and Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio. CBS TV Studios, K/O Paper Products and Relativity Media produce, with Bradley Cooper, Marc Webb, Craig Sweeny, Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci, Heather Kadin, Todd Phillips, Ryan Kavanaugh, Tucker Tooley and Tom Forman executive producing.moreless
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    You, Me and the Apocalypse

    You, Me and the Apocalypse

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    Sky1
    You, Me and the Apocalypse is hilariously funny comedy-drama mini-series. In a world about to die as the eight-mile comet fast approaches the Earth bringing the end to our world and to the mankind in its wake, we are introduced to a bunch a bunch of seemingly ordinary and unconnected with one another people all gathered in a bunker somewhere in Slough. But how did they all end up in that bunker? Why? And what do they all have in common, what connects them? With each episode as the end of the world draws nearer, piece by piece the story of how they all ended up together in that bunker unravels through a series of adventures and misadventures of these people.moreless
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    RahXephon

    RahXephon

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    G4 (ended 2005)
    The city of Tokyo has been overthrown, taken over by the Mu, invaders who have devastated the rest of the planet. Within the domed walls of the city, however, time flows in a different path, and none of the citizens even know they've been conquered. Outside Tokyo, the remnants of the human race have fought a desperate 15-year war against the Mu, knowing only that the key to victory lies within the occupied city. But no one has been able to get into Tokyo—until Ayato Kamina, a young resident fleeing a horrifying attack on the city, unwittingly breaks out. An extraordinary mystery unfolds as Ayato confronts a world he has never known, and begins to learn the horrifying secrets of RahXephon, a humanoid super weapon which apparently only he can control.moreless
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    Marvel's Agent Carter

    Marvel's Agent Carter

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    ABC
    In 1946, Agent Peggy Carter is grounded after World War II, stuck in administrative work at the Strategic Scientific Reserve. However, industrialist Howard Stark asks for Peggy's help clearing his name when his weapons are used to spread death and destruction. To assist Peggy, Howard assigns his butler, Edwin Jarvis to help her.moreless
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    V: The Final Battle (1984)

    V: The Final Battle (1984)

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    NBC
    V: The Final Battle (1984) is the miniseries sequel to the NBC miniseries V: The Original Miniseries, where we are introduced to an alien race called "The Visitors", led by John And Diana (Jane Badler), who come to Earth with a secret evil plan. We join news cameraman Mike Donovan as he is becoming part of the resistance movement which is bent on exposing and defeating the Visitors. The resistance attempts a raid on a Visitor processing plant, where they are using humans for food, but find that their defenses are too advanced. When John is making a huge announcement at the Los Angeles Medical Center, claiming to have a medial breakthrough that will be a universal cure for cancer, the rebels infiltrate the hospital to take advantage of the media coverage. The resistance makes a desperate call for rebellion, but Diana has the scene re-enacted and passed off as the original broadcast. When Mike is invited to surrender in exchange for his son, he is taken into custody on the mothership. When a strange pregnancy reveals a deadly bacteria, they develop the "Red Dust" to try to stop the Visitors, but soon find that the stakes of doing so are much higher than expected.moreless
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    Eleventh Hour

    Eleventh Hour

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    ITV (ended 2006)
    Eleventh Hour is an investigative drama series set in the world of contemporary science. Starring Patrick Stewart (as Professor Ian Hood) and Ashley Jensen (as Rachel Young)
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    Blassreiter

    Blassreiter

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    TV Kanagawa (ended 2008)
    A mysterious plague transforms ordinary humans into demonic creatures with the ability to meld with mechanical technology. Joseph Jobson, the only human to survive this infection with his mind and personality intact, is determined to hunt these Demoniacs down and to find the man who infected him. Opening Theme:
    "Detarame na Zanzō" by GRANRODEO
    "unripe hero" by Minami Kuribayashi Ending Theme:
    "sad rain" by Aki Misato
    "A Wish For The Star" by Kanako Itou
    "Separating moment" by Aki Misato
    "sweet lies" by Kanako Itou
    "DD" by Itou Kanakomoreless
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    Night Stalker

    Night Stalker

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    ABC (ended 2005)
    Crime reporter Carl Kolchak is partnered with Perri Reed at The Beacon, a Los Angeles newspaper. Together they investigate a string of strange murders...all of which may be related to the death of Kolchak's wife 18 months earlier in a similarly bizarre manner. A murder that the FBI consider Kolchak the primary suspect. As of 5/17/05, ABC has announced that the remake of the 1970s cult series Kolchak: The Night Stalker which starred Darren McGavin, is part of their fall schedule. The project, which is set up at Touchstone Television, is the result of Spotnitz's overall deal at the studio. "Stalker" revolves around a hardboiled journalist, Carl Kolchak, and his investigations into freakish occurrences.
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    Bionic Woman

    Bionic Woman

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    NBC (ended 2007)
    Jaime Sommers is nothing but a hard-working woman juggling work as a bartender, the responsibility for the care of her younger sister, Becca, and her relationship with her boyfriend, Will. Although she does not have much, Jaime has always enjoyed being as normal as any other human being. However, this all changes when she is hit by a car and seriously injured. Her only hope becomes an experimental and top secret procedure, but, as Jaime soon discovers, this salvation comes at a high price.

    Bionic Woman is produced by David Eick Productions in association with GEP Productions and NBC Universal Television Studio.moreless
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    Crusade

    Crusade

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    TNT (ended 1999)
    Crusade, a spin-off from the Emmy-winning Babylon 5, describes the efforts of the Interstellar Alliance vessel Excalibur to find the cure to a plague released on Earth. This plague of nano-viruses, released by the Shadow's servants, the Drakh, in retaliation for the Shadow War (see Babylon 5 season 4 for details), will kill all mammalian life on Earth within five years if the cure is not found. Unfortunately, the plug was pulled on this series after just 13 episodes, so no resolution was ever achieved.moreless
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