This clip features the Stitchpunk Beings being attacked by “The Winged Beast.”
Don’t miss the Torchwood: Children of Earth premier Monday, July 20th on BBC America.
While I wish that Virtuality would get picked up, hopefully this new ABC show will help tide me over. Tune in Sunday, August 2nd at 9/8c for the 2 hour series premiere of Defying Gravity.
Four women and four men hurtle through space with nothing to do for six years and eight billion miles, except maybe solve a powerful and awesome mystery. Maybe, just maybe, some of them will even hook up. How cool is that?
Defying Gravity is a sexy, provocative thriller set in the very near future against the backdrop of our solar system, in which the eight astronauts from five countries undertake a mysterious six-year international space mission on the spaceship Antares.
They can’t run from karma, however, as their past actions reveal intimate and interconnected relationships that have a strange effect on the present. As the astronauts travel towards Venus, we travel into their past with flashbacks to earlier years from the grueling selection and training process. What could have happened?
Maybe there is something to this fate thing after all.
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“I love it when a plan comes together.”
Tonight on TNT, a new season of Leverage begins. With its witty humor and clever cons, this series became a fast favorite of mine during its first season. Last season ended with the group splitting up. But each of them realizes going back to their old lives isn’t so easy. Helping people has changed them. This next generation of the “A-Team” is back and better than ever.
And a new series premiers before Leverage called Dark Blue. It’s dark and gritty undercover cop show, and a great pairing to Leverage.
Here’s a link to my review of tonight’s pilot of Dark Blue at BuzzFocus:
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