Caprica Trivia

Caprica – Trivia

 Caprica Trivia

 

Caprica Trivia

The series was created from two separate ideas. In 2005, writer Ronald D. Moore and producer David Eick (who had made the remake of Battlestar Galactica) announced they were planning to make a spin-off prequel series called “Caprica” which was set at the time when humanity first created the Cylons. Although they had a vague idea of what the series would entail, they were too busy working on “Battlestar Galatica” to develop it further at that time. Some months later, a separate idea about artificial intelligence and using robots as slaves was pitched to NBC/Universal by Remi Aubuchon. Universal did not pick up Aubuchon’s concept by itself but felt it would work within the realm of Moore’s premise for the “Caprica” series. At Universal’s suggestion, Moore and Eick then met with Aubuchon and their ideas were merged together.

3rd Rock From the Sun

3rd Rock from the Sun

  [tabs] [tab title= “Overview”]  3rd Rock from the Sun Type:Scripted Premiered: Jan. 09, 1996 Status: Completed/Ended Runtime:30 min. Aired: 1996 – 2001 To-Date: 6 Seasons 139 Episodes Network   Genre – comedy – alien – family       Series Description: 3rd Rock From The Sun premiered on NBC on January 9, 1996. The […]

4400 Trivia

4400 Trivia

Michael Moriarty and Joel Gretsch also appeared in another sci-fi mini-series titled, “Taken (2002)”. Taken was about people who disappeared and the 4400 is about people who reappear. This has caused many sci-fi fans to comically rename the 4400 TV…

Tin Man

Tin Man

SCI FI’s ‘Tin Man’ follows DG on the adventure of a lifetime. Plunged headlong into another world, DG (Deschanel) must discover her true identity, battle evil winged-monkey-bats, and attempt to fulfill her destiny. Her perilous journey begins on the fabled Old Road that leads to a wizard known as the Mystic Man. Along the way, she is joined by a decidedly strange trio of companions “Glitch,” (Cumming) an odd man missing half his brain; “Raw,” a quietly powerful wolverine-like creature longing for inner courage, and “Cain,” a heroic former policeman (known in the O.Z. as Tin Men, for their tin badges) seeking vengeance for his scarred heart. Ultimately, DG’s destiny leads her to an emotional and terrifying showdown with the scintillatingly wicked sorceress Azkadellia, whose ties to DG are closer than anyone could have imagined. DG’s life, as well as the very future of the O.Z., hangs in the balance. 

 

Episodes:

Into the Storm                   Original Airdate: 12/2/2007

Part 1 of 3. A motorcycle-riding waitress named DG dreams about a woman with lavender eyes and foresees a storm that will change her life. Meanwhile, in a magical realm, a sorceress seeks an emerald ahead of a pending double eclipse.

Search for the Emerald      Original Airdate: 12/3/2007

Part 2 of 3. Cain, Glitch and Raw help DG escape from Azkadellia, and the foursome encounters a shape-shifting dog on their journey to the O.Z.’s Northern Island.

Tin Man                            Original Airdate: 12/4/2007

Conclusion. DG seeks her father, Ahamo, among the outcasts of the O.Z. while a Longcoat ambush snares her friends, and Glitch discovers his contribution to Azkadellia’s plans.

 

Tin Man Cast:

  • Tin Man CastZooey Deschanel: DG
  • Alan Cumming: Glitch
  • Neal McDonough: Cain
  • Kathleen Robertson: Azkadellia
  • Raoul Trujillo: Raw
  • Richard Dreyfuss: Mystic Man
  • Rachel Pattee: Young DG
  • Callum Keith Rennie: Zero
  • Aaron Stephens: Roy
  • Gwynyth Walsh: Emily
  • Jake D. Smith: Wills/Tray Bedose
  • Karin Konoval: Wicked Witch
  • Fraser Aitcheson: Longcoat
  • Andrew Francis: Jeb
  • Brenna O’Brien: Ella Bedose
  • Tinsel Korey: Airofday
  • Tara Wilson: Twister Dancer
  • Cainan Wiebe: Kalm
  • Alexia Fast: Young Azkadellia
  • Ian A. Wallace: Raynz
  • Lucia Walters: Adreanna
  • Anna Galvin: Lavender Eyes
  • Marilyn Norry: Mrs. Bedose
  • R. Nelson Brown: Father Vue
  • Andrew Wheeler: Mr. Bedose
  • Leah Gibson: Twister Dancer
  • Grace Wheeler: Dorothy Gale
  • Shawn MacDonald: Lylo
  • Carmen Aguirre: Principal
  • Simon Burnett: Zero’s Henchman

 

Tin Man Credits:

  • raig W. Van Sickle: Screenwriter
  • L. Frank Baum: Author
  • Simon Boswell: Composer
  • Steven Long Mitchell: Screenwriter
  • Thomas Burstyn: Cinematographer

 

Tin Man Directors:

  • Craig W. Van Sickle: Executive Producer
  • Michael O’Connor: Producer
  • Nick Willing: Director
  • Robert Halmi Jr.: Executive Producer
  • Robert Halmi Sr.: Executive Producer
  • Steven Long Mitchell: Executive Producer

 

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