A good opening credit sequence can be more memorable than the TV program it introduces. Luckily, science fiction shows are rife with sleek, quirky, and flat-out bizarre show intros. Here are over 30 of the best.
Television lost one of its heroes last night, with the death of Stephen J. Cannell. Among his many creations was The Greatest American Hero, the story of a flawed superhero making it up as he goes along. He'll be missed.
So almost all your favorite TV shows are on hiatus now. But don't panic! There's still new Futurama, plus a Greatest American Hero marathon. But more importantly, some of the strangest programming of the year airs during these summer doldrums.
Most of us use Hulu to catch up on last night's episode of Lost or Caprica, but did you know there's a ridiculous amount of full seasons of shows from yore? We're talking full seasons of SG-1, Lexx, and more.
Is the brave Captain Mal Reynolds toying with the idea of becoming the Greatest American Hero? But in other, more pressing news, guess what Nathan Fillion's new character, Castle, dresses up as?
Classic early '80s slapstick superhero show The Greatest American Hero is careening back into action, with a new comic book, online animated shorts and a new movie in the pipeline. The news drew cheers from a packed audience at San Diego Comic-Con, but does the '70s show have something to say to today's youth, or is…
Click to viewNow that Hancock is a hit, people may be tempted to describe it as the first example of a whole new genre: the superhero who's a walking (or flying) disaster. But don't believe the hype: there have been caped catastrophes for nearly as long as there have been superheroes at all. Click through for our…