The big issue is that Amazon JUST released its new list of pilots for 2015 that we should vote on, right after breaking our trust in the system. When supplies in space run out before the earth is safe, an expedition of 100 child-criminals are sent to the earth on a lark to see if it's survivable down there. The Amazon Studios VP simply said that they decided not to move forward with the show, and thanked Chris Carter and the cast and crew for their work. It really breaks a lot of the trust that Amazon Studios was building with their audience, touting itself as a new type of studio that listened to viewers and let them pick the series that were produced. But other people, like the folks on Reddit, weren’t too happy about the direction it took at the end. It's hard to describe, but the absurd things that happen in Z Nation somehow remind me of genre games like fallout and left for dead.Oh, and when you kill someone on Z Nation to keep them from becoming a zombie, you say "I grant you mercy".
While other shows have hand-wringing moral dilemmas about killing the doomed, Z Nation takes it for granted. The pilot episode is still viewable on Amazon Instant, right here at this link.Out of 15,297 reviews, the show has 4 stars. This is a really good show, and were it not for petty personal issues I have with the resolution, it would probably have won the #2 spot.Continuum has great acting, great writing, and even better graphics.
With the X Files under his belt, and now working for Amazon Studios, this could have been something amazing.

Carter also mentioned plans to use social media, like Twitter, to share extra content and stories from the series.
Some people are speculating that after 11 months, things just weren’t coming together or maybe there were creative differences. The rumor that Chris Carter might be being used for an even BETTER sci-fi series, like an X Files return (NO substantiation to that rumor at ALL), is one that I wish was true…Chris Carter IS working with AMC to develop an Area 51 TV series.
And after seeing what a great job AMC’s done with many of its other shows, like The Walking Dead, I could really get into an Area 51 show with Chris Carter at the helm. Stick with it, though, because it eventually becomes the "mankind fights to survive" post apocalyptic goodness that you crave.
Wiki says at the end that several episodes of The After were produced and will be screened in February.
NO episodes, aside from the pilot, were made.Sadly, a lot of post-apocalyptic shows that looked like they could be REALLY good have recently been canceled after the pilots were ordered.
Check and check.But Fringe gets the Deus Ex Machina award for Peter's story late in the series.
Her favorite shows of all-time are Battlestar Galactica and Lost, and she's always happy to talk about her cats. Amazon probably didn’t want to spend money on two sci-fi-like shows until they saw whether they have a big enough audience for that genre.

And ya, I’m with you on thinking that The Man in the High Castle will be made, voting or no voting. It seemed like such a GREAT experiment in crowdsourcing TV choices.ReplyLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Revolution picks up about fifteen years after the lights went out.This series had a lot going for it, but it still didn't do great in the ratings department. Let me be frank with you; the second season is really great - but it's the only one worth watching. Then you can come on here and comment on whether or not it enhanced your viewing experience. The premise is Peter Pan meets Under the Dome.It's kind of like Jeremiah - but actually watchable.

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