BBC America preps “Real History of Science Fiction” » Realscreen

“Airing at 10 p.m. EST, the series features filmmakers, writers, actors and graphic artists known for their sci-fi work “looking back on their experiences and on how their obsession and imagination has taken them into the unknown,” according to the network.

LINK:BBC America preps “Real History of Science Fiction” » Realscreen.

 

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Paul McGann Messing with Fans on Twitter

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@pauljmcgann “This is my moment…!”

Some people criticize Steven Moffat for relentlessly “messing” with Doctor Who fans all the time, but this week saw the rise of a new contender in the game. Paul McGann (of Eighth Doctor fame) posted this image of himself, donned in his new costume from NIght of the Doctor, standing in the most-current Tardis interior. While most realize that this was most-likely taken DURING the filming of that mini-episode, others are clinging to hope that we will see Paul making a cameo appearance this year. I wouldn’t bet on it, but I’ve been wrong before!

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Syfy’s Plan: More Space Operas, Less ‘Sharknado’ – The Hollywood Reporter

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LINK: Syfy’s Plan: More Space Operas, Less ‘Sharknado’ – The Hollywood Reporter.

“Almost five years after a rebrand that abandoned the Sci-Fi moniker and enraged fans, NBCUniversal brass is aware that its attempt to lure a broader audience might have lost it some clout in the increasingly lucrative genre that shares its former name. Now Syfy president Dave Howe is trying to rectify the perception problem with changes in the executive ranks that will translate to new programming more familiar to its core audience.”

I’m all for this personally! I know Syfy got huge press for Sharknado and similar intentionally bad films, but the channel should be going after viewers that have largely flocked to Network channels to get their science fiction fix. When The CW and BBC America have more science fiction than a dedicated “syfy channel” (that spelling still drives me up the wall) something is wrong. And even as much of a pro wrestling fan that I am, I am always baffled by Syfy’s airings of WWE Smackdown! Let’s just hope the rumored Blakes 7 remake is part of this initiative!

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