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Star Trek TNG in theaters July 23rd

02 Jun 2012

Star Trek The Next Generation episodes " Where no man has gone before" and "Datalore" will be in theaters across the nation for one night only in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the series along with a Blu Ray release of season one of TNG. It is said that the Blu Ray release will be so rich and the restoration so perfect that its of theater quality. Both episodes were hand picked by Mike and Denise Okuda who have contributed to Star Trek TNG and the Star Trek universe in so many areas. Mike Okuda is famous for the GUI of the fictional LCARS computer system used throughout the Enterprise-D and other Starfleet starships and also the the Heisenberg compensator as a way to "explain" how Star Trek's fictional transporter might work, despite the limitation of the uncertainty principle. Denise is co-author of the Star Trek Encyclopedia , served as a consultant to CBS on the project to upgrade Star Trek: The Next Generation to high definition and worked on Star Trek: Enterprise, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager, and four Star Trek movies.

According to Star Trek.com fans will be treated to a sneak peak of the second series to be released on Blu-Ray also. For more on this check out Startrek.com

Where No One Has Gone Before



BBC America adds some new Sci Fi and brings some old ones back to us

31 May 2011

Back in December BBC America made a major announcement that they were committed to enhancing their Sci Fi line up. In a posted letter that states

BBC AMERICA has long showcased the best of British sci-fi with such hit series as Doctor Who, Torchwood, and Being Human. Today it further demonstrates its commitment to the genre with the announcement of a refreshed primetime sci-fi slate for Supernatural Saturdays. In this slot, the channel will roll out three all new co-productions, Primeval, Outcasts,and Bedlam.It will also be home for new seasons of previous co-productions Doctor Who and Being Human. And as previously announced, BBC AMERICA will premiere the highly anticipated Doctor Who: A Christmas Carol on Christmas Day, the same day as its UK broadcast.


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