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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Rex Bachmann, Sep 5, 2002.
Densham Previews Zone
Dateline: 9:00 a.m. ET, September 5, 2002
'Fraid so. Not at all hopeful over here.
Hey Jason Alexander, the ocean called, it wants to know why you jumped it
To a certain extent... What were we expecting? This is the same guy who did the Showtime/Sci-Fi "The Outer Limits", a competent if not exactly terrific show.
I'll see what Behr comes up with. Anthology shows by their nature are probably going to have greater quality shifts between writers, and while Densham never realy impressed me with anything, Behr's got a fairly solid sci-fi track record (he made "Dark Angel" semi-watchable!).
They'll have my viewing hours until Birds of Prey premieres in the same time slot in October. If they impress me, I'll tape it. If they don't, well, I won't.
This is of course assuming that Birds of Prey won't suck.
Mike Soltis wrote:
them's fightin' words, rex
What's wrong with x-files meets t&a, it was a fun show.
Adam Lenhardt wrote:
I don't agree with the adage that once something is done, that's it, it should never be attempted again. Creativity and talent needs outlets like these shows. Then again, I happened to like both the 60's and 80's versions of "The Twilight Zone" and "The Outer Limits."
They may be using the name to get people's attentions, but otherwise this is great. These shows are good training grounds for upcoming writers, directors and actors. Quality will vary, but perhaps the good ones will outnumber the bad.