A really shitty attempt at thieving from the La Femme Nikita - (1990 movie) character and universe.
Not to be mistaken for Thunderbird.
Based on a space station, a super high-tech secret organization performs rescue operations worldwide.
Wow, this is really good. Great effects.
TODO - Is this out in blu-ray?
A girl, engineered to be a killer, flees her keepers, but as a woman she pursues general vigilante justice by helping a crime-fighting genius.
This series hits the ground running, featuring not just a stupifyingly hot Jessica Alba, but a great world, plot and everything else.
However, like too many series', Dark Angel suicide-bombs like it's been lit on fire and is heading for a volcano to end it's suffering. Not only is the second season bad enough to end the show, it's bad enough to not watch, even and especially for people who like the first.
- See also Max Headroom - (1987 show), if you like the general feel of this show.
See also Orphan Black - (2013 show)
TODO - There are other media related to this universe, and I'm not sure what order to watch them in.
A pair of secret agents do secret agenty-stuff.
Seems great so far.
- Alternately called The Man From Uncle.
United Network Command for Law and Enforcement
- To Trap a Spy - (1964 movie) is a film of the pilot episode.
- TODO - The Girl from U.N.C.L.E.
TODO - Research for all related media.
A secret organization scavenges alien technology.
Like Doctor Who, this series is pretty light. It seems good so far.
A spin-off of Doctor Who - (2005 show).
Upon contact with aliens, humans set up a space station to promote ambassadorial relations among species.
Easily among the best television I've seen. Everything about this series is phenomenal: acting, stories, sets, etc. Unfortunately, the graphics do appear dated in places, but it otherwise holds up very well.
- It is important to follow a Babylon 5 viewing order.
See also Crusade - (1999 show), the spin-off which should not be watched!
The last of a powerful race tours time and space, regularly ending up in trouble.
Playful fun. Occasionally attempts to glide past some significant issues with time travel but is generally bubblegum. Doesn't take itself too seriously. Recommended.
A buddy cop series, but with aliens, with overtones of very difficult social topics.
This is surprisingly good, either in addition to, or separate from, the movie. While I didn't particularly like the movie, this series is recommended. Anyone who liked the original movie[doesn't exist] should definitely continue the franchise with this series.
This continues from Alien Nation - (1988 movie), including a story arc.
- I don't know what it is about the series, but it has left a much stronger positive impression than the film.