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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the SciFi TV Site! These are the top ten articles that your SciFi TV Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!
1. The 5 Most Influential SciFi Shows of the ‘90s
Do you remember these great SciFi shows? They may be gone, but you´ll find that they´re not forgotten if you just check out today´s TV landscape.
2. Interview - Erin Gray, on Buck Rogers
We discuss "Buck Rogers in the 25th Century" and the convention scene with actress Erin Gray. Part one of two.
3. V 101: A Newbie Viewing Guide
"V" was an early 1980s scifi show meant to be an allegory of Nazi Germany. The first two miniseries told a complete story over 10 hours and spawned a short-lived TV series on NBC. Here's our guide to the show.
4. Torchwood 101
We've put together a primer about the British scifi TV series based on the adventures of a super-secret team designed to protect the Earth from aliens (recently updated).
5. Interview - Being Human, Season 2 Producers
Executive producers Anna Fricke and Jeremy Carver dish on the second season of SyFy's "Being Human," which starts on January 16.
6. Doctor Who 101 (Classic)
Here´s a look back at one of the longest-running SciFi TV franchises ever! The new "Doctor Who" is fabulous, but we'll always hold a place in our hearts for the original Doctors, his companions and his enemies.
7. A Short History of Vampires
What's fascinating about vampires is how the lore has changed just within the last few decades. Here's a quick look, in preparation for "True Blood"'s return to HBO on Sunday, June 13 at 9 p.m. ET.
8. Favorite Quotes from Red Dwarf
Since the "Boyz from the Dwarf" were introduced to British audiences in 1988, they´ve been a cult favorite. Today, "Red Dwarf" is still making us laugh--and a movie is in the works.
9. Five Most Notorious SciFi TV Cancellations
The networks don´t always give scifi television a chance. That´s why some of our very favorite shows, like "Star Trek," had to get cancelled before they became classics. Here are my picks for some extremely shortsighted scifi TV cancellations.
10. Interview - Louise Jameson, Doctor Who
Louise Jameson, best known to the scifi viewing public as Leela from "Doctor Who," granted us an exclusive interview at Chicago Tardis. Part 1.
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