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Sci Fi Noise Episode 34: Continuum’s Renewal


Eureka canceled

It looks like Syfy has canceled Eureka. It ends after the next season and not in the next few weeks, as some would have you believe. The producers wanted a shortened sixth season to wrap up some things, but didn’t get it. Hopefully, the story will wrap up nicely.

Personally, I have always thought five seasons is enough for any series, no matter how many episodes are in each individual season. Eureka was a very enjoyable show and I will enjoy the rest of the episodes knowing that, unlike some other shows, it won’t wear out its welcome.

Sci Fi Noise Episode 21: Falling Skies

Falling Skies

Not Sci Fi Noise 2: Fragments

SciFi Noise Episode 9: Eureka, Warehouse 13 and Haven

For his 800th podcast episode, Host Derek Coward takes a look at the TV shows Eureka, Warehouse 13 and Haven. NOTE: after recording, he found out that while he timeshifts the shows, they are NOT shown in one solid block of programming on Friday. Oops.

Sci Fi Noise 8: Early Morning Insomnia

Host Derek Coward has a hard time sleeping so he gets up early one morning and talks about his definition of scifi vs science fiction and its place in naming the show, how the future of hard science fiction sneaks up on all of us, his one time appreciation for Michael Crichton and why it stopped, why he won’t talk about horror, zombie stuff or fantasy on the show, how Anne McCaffrey screwed him up, Lost, independent film productions on the web, what he has been watching, the kind of shows he doesn’t like, why he will be using trope as opposed to convention, how he would attack the Earth (specifically the USA) using an alien armada and gives some quick thoughts on Farscape Seasons 2 and 3 before going over some show feedback.

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Sci Fi Noise 7: The Best Sci Fi Show on Television