The Orville Trivia

The Orville Trivia

The Orville Trivia: MacFarlane made the show primarily due to his dismay at the Darker and Edgier direction the sci-fi genre had taken, as an attempt to bring back a sense of optimism to it. It’s worth repeating that The Orville was not created as an intentional counterpoint to Star Trek: Discovery; a year-long delay in Discovery’s release resulted in the two shows going head to head.

Game of Thrones trivia

Game of Thrones Trivia

Game of Thrones Trivia: Only three people in the series history (as of the end of season 7) have killed a White Walker: Sam, Jon, and Meera. Jon also has the distinction of being the only character to have killed two White Walkers…

The Expanse Trivia

The Expanse Trivia

The Expanse Trivia from the TV series. Tycho Station is likely a nod to Tycho Brahe (1546-1601).

Buck Rogers in the 25th Century Trivia

Buck Rogers in the 25th Century Trivia

Buck Rogers in the 25th Century TV Series Trivia: Buck’s ship is called “Ranger 3” by the narrator. Ranger 3 was a 1962 lunar probe which missed the moon and was lost in space.

Killjoys Trivia

Killjoys Trivia

Killjoys Trivia – Both actors playing the Jaqobis brothers have a twin. Aaron Ashmore (Johnny Jaqobis) a twin brother and Luke MacFarlane (D’avin Jaqobis) a twin sister.

Crusade Trivia

Crusade Trivia

Crusade TV Series Trivia: According to Babylon 5 canon, Gideon’s Apocalypse Box is not the only one in existence. There are actually six, scattered around the galaxy.

Battlestar Galactica Trivia

Battlestar Galactica Trivia

Battlestar Galactica Trivia: In the original Battlestar Galactica (1978) Viper weapons fire was red lasers and the Cylon Raiders fired blue lasers. In this version, both ships fire actual bullets.

Galactica 1980 Trivia

Galactica 1980 Trivia

Galactica 1980 Trivia – For a sequence that showed the Cylons attacking Earth, the producers used footage from Earthquake (1974) and superimposed Cylon fighters firing and causing the destruction in the sequence.