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Here are the top ten articles for the SciFi TV Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Book Review - The Grace of Kings by Ken Liu
The Grace of Kings by Ken Liu is a sweeping epic fantasy with Asian-inspired elements, political intrique, and beautiful prose.
2. Book Review - Red Rising by Pierce Brown
The novel "Red Rising" by Pierce Brown is fast-paced and fun for fans of dystopian literature inspired by "The Hunger Games."
3. Book Review - Tomorrow and Tomorrow
The book "Tomorrow and Tomorrow" has already been optioned for a novel, and it should make a good one, if you like the cyberpunk style.
4. Sharknado 101
Wondering what all the "Sharknado" hoopla is about? Here's the 411 on this B-movie phenomenon.
5. SciFi TV Profile: Mark Sheppard
Who is Mark Sheppard? Turn in your geek card if you don't know.
6. “Resident Evil: Extinction” Sound Bites
Ali Larter, Mike Epps and Ashanti, who star in "Resident Evil: Extinction," talk about the movie in this last of three articles.
7. The Cliffhanger Awards-SciFi TV Edition
The cliffhanger is a tried-and-true device to get people excited about the next season of a TV show, and to keep them hanging all summer. Here are a few of the best, and worst, from scifi television.
8. SciFi Adds BSG Spinoff and Late-Night Talk
The SciFi Channel is introducing a slate of new offerings, including talk, sketch comedy and reality, that will give it a bit more depth and a little added excitement.
9. The New “Doctor Who” First Season Episode Guide
The new "Doctor Who"´s first season, starring Christopher Eccleston, comes to a close on the SciFi Channel Friday night. Here´s a review of the ninth Doctor´s 13 episodes, which will be released on DVD July 4.
10. Forgotten SciFi TV—The Starlost
Have you ever seen this scifi TV show? "The Starlost" aired in 1973 and is considered one of the worst scifi shows ever--but we think it deserves another look.
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