An experimental gate technique strands unlikely survivors on an ancient ship.
A really shitty attempt at thieving from the La Femme Nikita - (1990 movie) character and universe.
A washed-up former Karate champion tries to clean up his life.
A direct sequel to The Karate Kid - (1984 movie)
Nothing could possibly go wrong in an amusement park populated by robots.
A reboot of Westworld - (1973 movie)
A family is lost in space.
Inspired by Lost in Space - (1965 show)
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.
An underclass punk, returning from a ten month flight from the country, happens upon a suicide that reveals that she is part of a larger picture.
The lead actor is particularly good, as is all the acting. The story is poor in a number of places, and it is particularly jarring to have literal-faggotry forced into it. I don't mind there happening to be gay characters, but when they're gay characters being gay because gayness yay gay gay as opposed to just being people who happen to be gay, it's so obvious and so insulting as to taint the whole fucking show.
I'll flag this as liked and lightly-recommended. It's really not all that awful, but it rubs me the wrong way. It's like girly science fiction drama-whatever.
See also Dark Angel - (2000 show)
A librarian scours the world to preserve artifacts.
Campy and stupid.
Time travellers recruit an everyman to help save their world.
Crude and un-funny.
Pseudo-immortality is reached when alien technology allows humans to save their consciousnesses to reusable disks, and a criminal's disk is brought online from deep storage, for him to investigate the crime against an ancient and powerful man.
Finally, a science fiction show with real depth and darkness. Highly recommended.