Long before he was the swashbuckling, incestuous, damaged brother of Tyrion and Cersei Lannister, Danish actor Nikolaj Coster-Waldau starred in the amazing space TV show Virtuality. Which, if the gods were not cruel, would have been a TV series.
The fall TV season is beginning, and that means one thing — you're finally going to get to see the TV pilots that the networks have been sweating over for a year. Most of them will totally suck — even if the shows they launch wind up being good. But a few of them will be amazing, full of killer action and interesting…
Is science fiction doomed on television? Hell no! Here are 18 TV series in the pipeline that could recharge your love of the fantastical, including alien invasions, dinosaurs, superheroes, time travel, super-spies, government conspiracies, zombies and changelings. Minor spoilers ahead.
Some of the hottest hot-shot pilots in space opera are women. It's a longstanding tradition in science fiction to show women taking the controls of starships, space fighters and star-cruisers, and here are our favorite badass female cockpit jockeys.
Yes, Dollhouse may have lowered the bar for "success" for Fox's Sci-Fi shows, but even with that in mind, the audience for last night's Virtuality airing suggests that the show will never make it to series.
Dollhouse's second season renewal surprised many in the television industry, but did it also change the way that executives view success for science fiction TV? Virtuality co-creator Michael Taylor thinks so - and hopes that his show will benefit.
Spoilerati, rejoice! An Iron Man bombshell says she'll be back in the new movie, and an extra describes Tony Stark's public appearance. Also, J.J. Abrams talks Star Trek, and there are loads of Virtuality pics. Plus Inception, BSG and Heroes.
Today's spoilers include a last sneak peek at Transformers and a slutty new Gamer photo. Plus Doug Jones talks Frankenstein and Hobbit. All this, plus Harry Potter, Cowboys And Aliens, Frankenstein, Battlestar Galactica, Fringe, Heroes, Virtuality and True Blood. Spoilerati!
Summer doldrums got you down? This week's TV features some big events: Ronald D. Moore's Virtuality is finally getting aired, and teenage Spider-Man is back... and he's dating.
The first official footage has finally arrived from Ronald D. Moore's TV movie Virtuality, showing the crew of the Phaeton as they struggle to do their jobs while starring in a reality-TV show. Their only escape? A flawed virtual reality.
Ahead of Virtuality's maiden (and potentially only) voyage this month, here's your chance to get to know the crew of Ronald D. Moore's latest SF series as the actors tell what they'd bring into orbit if given the chance.
Megan Fox and company gave a Transformers 2 press conference, and we've got the whole thing below. Joss Whedon sketches out Dollhouse season two, and Guillermo del Toro talks Frankenstein and Hobbit. Plus Deadpool, Zombieland, Moon, Lost, Torchwood and BSG.
When we got a chance to take part in a conference call with Ronald D. Moore about Virtuality, there was only one question we wanted to ask him: How is this new show different from Star Trek's holodeck episodes?