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Postby FictionMuse » Mon Feb 03, 2014 3:00 am

In my continuing efforts to get caught up on what's what in the sci fi/fantasty/genre genre, I've been watching a lot of pilots, past and present, to get the feel for premise and characters.

Blake's 7
Cleopatra 2525
Lost Girl
Agents of Shield
American Horror Show
Once Upon a Time
Once Upon a Time in Wonderland
Almost Human
Tomorrow People
Babylon 5
Deep Space 9
Time Trax
Orphan Black
Falling Skies
Young Justice

Some of these I had heard about for a long time, but never caught them on TV and never found them in the DVD shops, or couldn't justify buying an entire season or entire series just to check out the pilot. So I spent some time wading through the alledgedly free, streaming, no strings attached site discovering what was truly free and didn't involve sofware, downloads, registration, surveys, etc.

I've already seen the pilot for the Fringe, the other Star Trek series, all the Stargate series, Torchwood, Eureka, Firefly, Flashforward, Heroes, Alphas, Paradox, Sanctuary, Sarah Connor Chronicles, Birds of Prey.

Still trying to find a link to the Red Dwarf pilot.

This link, http://www.freetvonline.com/Channels/Science_Fiction/ , is the only place I've found the classic shows. It requires Graboid and I'm technology challenged, so I'm having trouble installing that software.

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Re: pilots

Postby FictionMuse » Mon Feb 03, 2014 3:05 am

I meant sci fi / fantasy / superhero genre.

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