This update of the late-1970s series takes a decidedly darker tone as what’s left of humankind struggles for survival against the robot Cylons, who have killed millions. The Galactica, led by William Adama, protects a patched-together fleet of civilians — led by de facto president Laura Roslin — in search of a mythical planet called Earth.
Quinn Mallory has a problem: He’s discovered a way to travel to other dimensions. So, what’s the issue? Like Sam in “Quantum Leap,” he can’t get back home. But don’t worry; he’s not lost alone.
Former scientist Sam Beckett finds himself trapped in time due to an experiment gone awry, leaping into the body of a different person each week. Al Calavicci, at first known only as The Observer, is Sam’s holographic adviser — he provides Sam with some details about his new identity and gives him guidance on how to help the people affected by his presence. But with little memory to help guide him, our hero is forced to bluff his way through many a wacky situation.
A collection of short supernatural plays. Hosted by Rod Serling of The Twilight Zone fame, takes us on journeys into the supernatural and macabre.
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.
A team of explorers made up of soldiers and scientists travels through a Stargate, an ancient portal to other planets. They use the Stargate to explore new worlds, forge ties with friendly civilizations and protect Earth from hostile forces. The TV series is based on the theatrical film “Stargate.”