Rolling Stone’s 40 Best Sci-Fi Shows of All Time

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  • #1974
    EarlEarl
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    Worth reading for their write-ups on each show. I’ll include the list in bare form below. I strongly disagree with the placement of some of these. [LINK]

    40 ‘Humans’ (2015-Present)
    39 ‘Aeon Flux’ (1991)
    38 ‘Red Dwarf’ (1988-Present)
    37 ‘Thunderbirds’ (1965-1966)
    36 ‘The 100’ (2014-Present)
    35 ‘Now and Again’ (1999-2000)
    34 ‘Max Headroom’ (1987-1988)
    33 ‘Man in the High Castle’ (2015-Present)
    32 ‘Misfits’ (2009-2013)
    31 ‘The Six-Million Dollar Man’ (1974-1978)
    30 ‘Futurama’ (1999-2013)
    29 ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ (2013-Present)
    28 ‘The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy’ (1981)
    27 ‘Stargate SG-1’ (1997-2007)
    26 ‘V’ (1983-1985)
    25 ‘Jessica Jones’ (2015-Present)
    24 ‘Life on Mars’ (2006-2007)
    23 ‘The Flash’ (2014-Present)
    22 ‘Space: 1999’ (1975-1977)
    21 ‘Quantum Leap’ (1989-1993)
    20 ‘Babylon 5’ (1994-1998)
    19 ‘The Quatermass Experiment’ (1953)
    18 ‘Dollhouse’ (2009-2010)
    17 ‘Star Trek: The Next Generation’ (1987-1994)
    16 ‘Torchwood’ (2006-2011)
    15 ‘Fringe’ (2008-2013)
    14 ‘Lost’ (2004-2010)
    13 ‘Astroboy’ (1963-1966)
    12 ‘Utopia’ (2013-2014)
    11 ‘Orphan Black’ (2013-Present)
    10 ‘The Outer Limits’ (1963-1965)
    9 ‘Black Mirror’ (2011-Present)
    8 ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’ (1997-2003)
    7 ‘Firefly’ (2002-2003)
    6 ‘The X-Files’ (1993-2016)
    5 ‘The Prisoner’ (1967-1968)
    4 ‘Doctor Who’ (1963-Present)
    3 ‘Battlestar Galactica’ (2004-2009)
    2 ‘The Twilight Zone’ (1959-1964)
    1 ‘Star Trek’ (1966-1969)

    You may collapse in giggles, anguish, and/or bewilderment at your convenience.


    #9030
    Gapporin
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    A lot more shows on that list that have debuted in the past 2-3 years than I thought there would be.

    They should have asked the actual band The Rolling Stones what their favorite sci-fi shows are. I bet Mick Jagger is still an “Adam Adamant Lives!” fan.

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    @Gapporin wrote:

    They should have asked the actual band The Rolling Stones what their favorite sci-fi shows are. I bet Mick Jagger is still an “Adam Adamant Lives!” fan.

    😆 😆 😆

    No, I have Jagger pegged as more of a superspy-genre kinda guy. I’ll bet he liked Department S.

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