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  1. http://variety.com/2013/tv/ratings/abc-leads-premiere-week-in-affluent-younger-viewers-1200688724/ How horrified are they of Game of Thrones and The Expanse? Would they balk at feminist sci fi like Ancillary Justice or The Stars are Legion? Would ABC ever dare to make a space sci fi series for the AOS timeslot once Agents of Shield ended its run? Or do you think they would better off with a cheesy soap opera or cop show?
  2. https://i.imgur.com/yKMt2n3.png How horrified are the older generations of this generation of entertainment? How would these type of people feel if they turned on the TV and it showed a TV show that showed a humanity 200 years in the future that has united under freedom and democracy, achieved interstellar travel, and became an important part of an intergalactic community? There would be epic space battles and intergalactic politics. PG-13 level action with soldiers in powered armor. The main character is basically an American soldier with powered armor and a spaceship and his loyal crew will follow him into the bowels of Hell! The show also shows civilian life in the future. In this future humans still enjoy sports and having fun. In this spectacular vision of the future first contact with an alien species ended with a war. This war was a huge mistake on their part and our first interstellar enemy ends up becoming one of humanity's greatest allies. Humanity is granted a seat in the intergalactic equivalent of the UN. In 20 years we are the 3rd most powerful interstellar civilization in the galaxy. 30 years after the first contact war the most advanced military spaceship built is an act of intergalactic cooperation between humanity and the first contact alien race. The spaceship is named after a key battle in American military history. The spaceship is commanded by an All American military commander. A few years later humanity leads and unites the galaxy and defeats an ancient menace that threatens all life in the galaxy. Would Americans think such a future silly and too idealistic? Would the "real Americans" be offended because we think Jesus will come back before 2050? Would Americans think this show is a tool of Satan? Would people on the Left think this is space war glorifying propaganda? Have you ever met a person who thought Game of Thrones should be banned? Have you ever met a person that was horrified by even Babylon 5?
  3. In this sci fi universe there would be huge interstellar powers that are like America, Europe, Russia, China, Japan, Brazil, etc. Along with these huge interstellar empires there would be lots of solar systems that are independent of these superpowers. One of the solar systems is in chaos and is experiencing a civil war fought by different factions. The show would focus on a rebel cell with a spaceship in a rebel group funded by one of the superpowers. Star Wars Rebels for adults! Firefly with a touch of Game of Thrones? Mass Effect meets EVE Online? Also the ending would be the interstellar superpowers space nuking each other into oblivion or the galaxy or human space would be more united and freedom and democracy would flourish! What would you think? Bad idea? Boring? Would it be controversial?
  4. Star Trek is back! Syfy has returned to space with The Expanse. Guardians of the Galaxy was a surprise hit. Star Wars broke box office records. Jupiter Ascending and Valerian bombed. No Man's Sky and Mass Effect Andromeda have disappointed gamers. The space opera resurgence or revival happened and it was nothing spectacular. So once GOT is done with would you be interested to see what HBO can do with this genre?
  5. Thanks to Game of Thrones we are entering a golden age of genre TV. Syfy has renewed The Expanse for a second season and it will also make John Scalzi's futuristic military drama Ghost Brigades into a series. Netflix has ordered 10 episodes for a series based on the sci fi detective story Altered Carbon. And HBO is making Isaac Asimov's Foundation into a show. I'm excited! Are you ready for the new golden age of Television?
  6. http://www.therobinsonagency.com/pages.asp?pageid=44335 This is Phil Chalmers. He goes to schools to talk about teen killers. He says violent video games and movies are creating a generation of killers. His favorite TV shows are reality TV, Sports and Sitcoms. He appears on Fox News. He enjoys stock car racing, MMA, the UFC, NFL Football, and fast cars. He is a Republican and a NRA and police supporter. Should people like him broaden their horizons and get interested in a work of sci fi or fantasy? Or is it a generation issue? His generation and culture mocked sci fi and fantasy. The new generations are moreaccepting. I find a lot of athletic military members who enjoy things like Mass Effect and Honor Harrington. Or are Military people more intelligent or a better combination of athleticism and intelligence? Or do some people lack intelligence and creativity to enjoy those genres?
  7. http://www.therobinsonagency.com/pages.asp?pageid=44335 This is Phil Chalmers. He goes to schools to talk about teen killers. He says violent video games and movies are creating a generation of killers. His favorite TV shows are reality TV, Sports and Sitcoms. He appears on Fox News. He enjoys stock car racing, MMA, the UFC, NFL Football, and fast cars. He is a Republican and a NRA and police supporter. Should people like him broaden their horizons and get interested in a work of sci fi or fantasy? Or is it a generation issue? The new generations are more accepting. I find a lot of athletic military members who enjoy things like Mass Effect and Honor Harrington. Or are Military people more intelligent or a better combination of athleticism and intelligence? Or do some people lack intelligence and creativity to enjoy those genres?
  8. http://www.therobinsonagency.com/pages.asp?pageid=44335 This is Phil Chalmers. He goes to schools to talk about teen killers. He says violent video games and movies are creating a generation of killers. His favorite TV shows are reality TV, Sports and Sitcoms. He appears on Fox News. He enjoys stock car racing, MMA, the UFC, NFL Football, and fast cars. He is a Republican and a NRA and police supporter. Should people like him broaden their horizons and get interested in a work of sci fi or fantasy? Or do some people lack intelligence and creativity to enjoy those genres?
  9. I heard on this forum that American is too cool for good TV. That Americans like to judge. People who watch genre shows are viewed as 'weird' or 'odd'. Is that true? Where I live the Millennials love video games like Mass Effect and Skyrim. They also love Game of Thrones. Perhaps this is a generational issue.
  10. The dominant shows on American TV are sitcoms, reality shows, and cop shows. Compare that to a novel that has space battles, daring military actions, parachute jumps through a planet's atmosphere, and high-stakes politics. Why can't TV be that exciting? Do TV shows not get the budget of CGI heavy adventure movies? Is there something in American life that zaps people of their creativity and imagination?
  11. After Game of Thrones has ended its run in the next decade what kind of show would you want in its place? An epic space opera? Or something else entirely?