Caprica may not get the adrenaline pumping like its predecessor Battlestar Galactica, but what it lack in thrills, it more than makes up for with a fascinating exploration and expansion of an already rich mythology.
This boxset release marks the 20th anniversary of Twin Peaks and, with its Murder She Wrote meets League Of Gentleman style narrative, watching it is a strange experience.
Despite some effective moments of tension, BBC One's recent The Day of the Triffids adaptation is ultimately let down by a poor script, sloppy pacing and disjointed story-telling.
Perfect rainy Saturday afternoon entertainment, even if you happen to be watching it in the middle of the week, BBC One's Merlin returns with the final half of the second series.
It was inevitable that at some point in time one of our beloved British channels would attempt to cash in on the huge hit that is Heroes.
Are you ready for your treatment? The creator of Buffy The Vampire Slayer and Firefly returns to the network that, if you believe fan furore, hasn’t always treated him well in the past.
On the evidence of this, Colin Baker's 4-part opening story from 1984, it’s clear the poor boy never stood a chance.
Years ago, we had Village Of The Dammed, a creepy tale about some kids who got possessed by a bunch of aliens who used the youngsters' skills for their own purposes, hence getting nick-named the Midwich Cuckoos.
This, arguably, is what started it all - from the creative mind of Gerry Anderson, Fireball XL5 was the first marionette sci-fi television show.
Being a Doctor Who fan in the eighties must have been awkward: the lonely Timelord wasn’t cool, wasn’t sexy and - crucially - wasn’t David Tennant.