Show List

2000 | | Kevin Sorbo, Lisa Ryder, Keith Hamilton Cobb, Laura Bertram, Gordon Michael Woolvett, Lexa Doig,
Set in deep space, the series revolves around the adventures of Dylan Hunt, captain of the Andromeda Ascendant, his crew members, and their efforts to restore the Systems Commonwealth, a government that was responsible for a time of extended peace and prosperity. The sci-fi series is based on previously unused materials written by late writer Gene Roddenberry.
2012 |
Animals are a popular subject of TV shows, including shows that take a look at the behavior of the creatures. "Animal Science" goes a step further than that by examining the science behind the behaviors, which explains how and why an animal is able to excel in its environment. The half-hour program uses information from researchers, animations and graphics to help viewers better understand the creatures and their actions.
2016 |
"Get Wild" showcases some of the animals that can be seen at the San Diego Zoo, one of the most famous zoos in the world. The educational series offers information about the creatures who live at the facility, including their natural habitats and unique behaviors. Topics include experts who study the ways in which orangutans raise their young and an explanation of the panda's living patterns. The series also introduces viewers to animal enrichment programs, in which members of the zoo's staff try to duplicate an animal's habits that are unique to them in the wild.
1967 | | Mitsunobu Kaneko, Toshiyuki Tsuchiyama, Akio Itô, Shôzaburô Date, Tomomi Kuwabara, Hirohiko Sato,

The Gargoyle Gang led by Emperor Guillotine has invaded Earth. From his evil lair at the bottom of the ocean he is creating monsters to destroy the world. Johnny Sokko and his Flying Robot, members of the secret peacekeeping organization Unicorn, stand in defense of the planet.

1959 | | William Lundigan,

A futuristic adventure series from 1959 that depicts man’s efforts to explore outer space.  Episodes include heroic efforts by astronauts to overcome disasters and the huge technical obstacles of space travel.

1988 | | Michael J. Nelson, Joel Hodgson,

Forced by evil scientists to watch bad “B” movies until he breaks, a host and a bunch of captive robots comment on the films to keep sane. During each movie, the host and robots perform skits or songs, known as host segments, that are usually related to that episode’s film.


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2009 | | Robert Carlyle, Louis Ferreira, David Blue, Brian J. Smith, Jamil Walker Smith, Elyse Levesque, Alaina Huffman, Ming-Na, Lou Diamond Phillips,
Led by the brilliant scientist Dr. Nicholas Rush, a band of civilians and soldiers faces a whole new world -- and fights for survival -- after their secret military base is attacked. The survivors emerge aboard an ancient ship, unable to return to Earth and now on a course to parts unknown. Amid the darkness the group must meet its most basic needs of food, water and air while discovering the secrets of the ship's Stargate to ultimately survive.
1995 | | Kevin Conway,
In the tradition of the 1960s cult show of the same name, this anthology series features different actors, many well-known from their previous work, in each episode. The episodes often explore eerie and often supernatural themes with a science-fiction element.
1963 | | Vic Perrin,
"There is nothing wrong with your television set." That famous line opens each episode of the classic science fiction anthology series as part of a narration that makes people think their TVs are being controlled. Episodes of the series, which numbered 49 over the course of two seasons, range from a mix of sci-fi and horror that feature "scary monster" motifs to episodes focused on the sci-fi aspects of the stories. Episode writers include such notables as series creator Leslie Stevens and Harlan Ellison.
2016 |
The famed San Diego Zoo is the setting for this series that showcases different species of wild animals that reside at the facility and the dedicated staffers who care for them. Grizzly bears, rhinoceroses and even armadillos are among the creatures featured on "Wild World," which provides information about the creatures' living environments and offers key facts about them. The show, which is targeted at teenagers, also includes stories about zoo-enrichment programs that help animals initiate natural behavior.
2014 | | Philippe Cousteau Jr.,
Philippe Cousteau Jr. is no stranger to exploration. The grandson of legendary underwater explorer Jacques Cousteau, Philippe hosts and serves as executive producer of this half-hour earth science series that examines the planet. He visits diamond and gold mines to see how gems and metals are formed, travels to active volcanoes to observe what happens inside the Earth's burning core, and checks out weather stations in mountainous areas to get an idea of how weather phenomena form in the atmosphere.
2014 | | Chuck Pell,
2050 is still decades away, but what might the world be like in that year? What new technology will be available? Will robots be commonplace? Will space tourism thrive? "Xploration Earth 2050" investigates some of the questions. The host speaks with entrepreneurs whose businesses focus on futuristic ideas and products in automotive technology, consumer electronics and health care. Scientists, doctors and science-fiction writers also explore the questions posed. The show also looks at older sci-fi movies to see how many proposed ideas have come to fruition.
2014 | | Emily Calandrelli,
Americans have been fascinated by the cosmos for decades and rely on NASA to explore celestial bodies seen in the night sky to get a better idea of what is out there. In this series, former NASA employee Emily Calandrelli visits some of the agency's facilities, private companies and universities to speak with people knowledgeable about the topic to help "show off the coolest aspects of the space industry," to use her words. Technology, a potential manned mission to Mars and planetary tourism are some themes.


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