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View Poll Results: Your favorite 90s sci-fi show? Actually starts in the 90s (90-99)
Star Trek: DS9 9 14.75%
Star Trek: VOY 1 1.64%
Babylon 5 11 18.03%
Stargate SG-1 3 4.92%
The X-Files 23 37.70%
Space: Above and Beyond 1 1.64%
Farscape 5 8.20%
Roswell 2 3.28%
Dark Skies 0 0%
Earth 2 1 1.64%
Crusade 0 0%
Sliders 3 4.92%
Seaquest DSV 0 0%
Earth: Final Conflict 0 0%
Seven Days 0 0%
Tekwar 0 0%
The Outer Limits (1995) 0 0%
Total Recall 2070 0 0%
Space Precinct 0 0%
Time Trax 0 0%
Now and Again 0 0%
The Visitor 0 0%
3rd Rock from the Sun 0 0%
First Wave 0 0%
Other 2 3.28%
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Old 08-29-2020, 04:18 PM   #1
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Probably will forget some, therefore you are able to choose "Other" and clarify in the comments.
Show actually needs to start in the 90s.

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Old 08-31-2020, 01:02 AM   #2
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Babylon 5 for me, it's more consistently good than The X-Files or DS9 which I also like.
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Babylon 5 for me, it's more consistently good than The X-Files or DS9 which I also like.
Seconded!

B5 is my favorite sci fi series.

DS9 and X Files would be the only other viable choices for me on this list.

If DS9 was able to have broken out of the Trek formula earlier than it did, it'd be a closer competition.

X Files just wasn't the same after David left full time, and the series finales (then and revival) were nowhere near as good as Objects in Motion/ Objects at Rest/ Sleeping in Light or What You Leave Behind.
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Babylon 5 for me, it's more consistently good than The X-Files or DS9 which I also like.
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Seconded!

B5 is my favorite sci fi series.

DS9 and X Files would be the only other viable choices for me on this list.

If DS9 was able to have broken out of the Trek formula earlier than it did, it'd be a closer competition.

X Files just wasn't the same after David left full time, and the series finales (then and revival) were nowhere near as good as Objects in Motion/ Objects at Rest/ Sleeping in Light or What You Leave Behind.
For me it's always a battle between DS9 & B5. Last few years DS9 is bit ahead of B5 for me, but when I start watching B5 again, I know I will be in doubt again.
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B5 is a tad better than DS9 to me. Aside from X-Files, the rest are pretty far behind as far as quality goes, although a handful of them certainly make me very nostalgic
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Babylon 5 for me; an absolutely outstanding television series that has been acclaimed as 'the science fiction equivalent of Lord Of The Rings'. Shame Warner's treatment has been shoddy, but it's a long story...
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Voted x files, but I prefer Millennium
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Voted x files, but I prefer Millennium
For me Millennium was not so much sci-fi, it's always a thin line which is sci-fi and which is not. Also different for the most of us.
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TNG and BSG are my all-time favourite "real sci-fi" shows, I would like to add. If Dollhouse counts then it's in the second tier, and Firefly lands there too, because of how short it was.
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TNG and BSG are my all-time favourite "real sci-fi" shows, I would like to add. If Dollhouse counts then it's in the second tier, and Firefly lands there too, because of how short it was.
There all good shows indeed, but they didn't start in the 90s

TNG (1987)
BSG (2003)
Firefly (2002)
Dollhouse (2009)

But I agree, all great shows, how them all on blu myself!

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I know; it was off-topic

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Easy: Babylon 5.
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I know; it was was off-topic
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Old 10-10-2020, 07:52 PM   #14
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The X-Files for me.

I tried a few episodes of Babylon 5, but never got into it. I might try again if it ever popped up on a streaming site over here.
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x-files and then DS9
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"Dollhouse" was decent, but I was also a sucker for "Sliders" (& I love alliteration).
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The X-Files.
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Not including DS9 or TNG, Babylon 5. I can re-watch B5 any time. DS9, not so much. B5 just hits all the right spots.
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Lexx. The German/Canadian show that is like no other. Great music too

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