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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. The X-Files 101
Check out our updated FAQ, with all the information about "The X-Files" you never thought could be condensed into one article.
2. Sharnado 101
Wondering what all the "Sharknado" hoopla is about? Here's the 411 on this B-movie phenomenon.
3. Lost In Space - Dr. Smith's Insult Library
Searching for the perfect insult? Take inspiration from Dr. Smith. Over the course of the series, he managed to hurl every one of these phrases at the poor Robot...
4. 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."
5. 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.
6. The Top Forgotten SciFi Series—1980s Edition
Do you remember these scifi shows? They never became cultural powerhouses like "Star Trek," but were still a lot of fun for those of us who were lucky enough to catch them.
7. Interview - Claudia Christian, Babylon 5
On "Babylon 5," Claudia Christian played Commander Ivanova for four years. Here, she discusses her tenure on one of the best recent SciFi shows.
8. The New Adventures of Wonder Woman Episode Guide
Here´s a reference guide containing the episode titles, original airdates, and a brief description of each plotline.
9. The Tripods Complete Episode Guide
Here´s an episode guide to the 1984-1985 BBC TV series based on John Christopher's Tripods trilogy of books about aliens occupying Earth.
10. Review: Legend of Earthsea
SciFi Channel´s lush production of "Legend of Earthsea" takes its lead from big screen predecessors like "The Lord of the Rings." Does it stay true to the original novels? Sort of, but it's still fun.
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