Wednesday, December 27, 2006

Galactica = Top Show of the Year

According to the TV Guide, they've picked our very own Battlestar Galactica as the best show of the year.

Battlestar Galactica
Not only the best sci-fi drama on TV right now, but one of the best dramas period. It may be set primarily aboard a spaceship, but this show offers true human emotions and realistic reactions like nothing else out there. The Sci Fi Channel's series took a big risk in its second season by jumping ahead a full year and ending on a huge cliff-hanger, with the Cylons taking over the human settlement on New Caprica. But the gamble paid off big-time — it was heart-wrenching to watch the torture of some characters, like Starbuck, while others on Galactica scrambled to find a way to safely retrieve their friends and loved ones. Even a reunion on board Galactica hasn't been smooth sailing, but it is an utterly captivating ride that seamlessly blends elements of war, ethics and religion as the humans and Cylons race to find Earth.

Other shows to make the cut: Friday Night Lights, Heroes, Grey's Anatomy, Project Runway, Veronica Mars, The Office, 24, LOST and Deadwood.

Let's hope this'll generate some interest for an Emmy award.

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