There are a lot of awesome things that came out of Generation X! First up for Jon is a radical show called Starcade. The series originally aired on TBS from 1982 to 1983, followed by a run in syndication for the following season. Featuring everything we loved as kids including video games like Donkey Kong […]
Buck Rogers In The 25th Century is one of the classic science fiction TV shows from Generation X. It starred Gil Gerard as Buck Rogers, Erin Gray as Wilma Deering, Pamela Hensley as Princess Ardala, and everyone’s favorite robot – Twiki! Running for two seasons, the show has captured a cult following that’s still going […]
Reminiscing about The Greatest American Hero, and having a look at the contents of the limited edition collectors tin, including that elusive instruction manual!
Far too many great television shows are canceled after just a single season (or even less). With so few episodes, these shows seldom make their way to syndication, so it’s easy to miss out on gems if you didn’t catch them on their initial run. GXG gives you a rundown of the top ten one-season […]
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So far I’ve seen the first three episodes of Seth MacFarlane’s sci-fi comedy series on FOX, The Orville. And while I’m enjoying what I’ve seen so far, I’m stuck trying to figure out what it’s trying to be. I was braced for a dick-jokey, Spaceballsy, irreverent sort of eye-rolling parody show, but instead I got sideswiped […]