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Masters of Science Fiction: The Complete Series [2 Discs] (DVD) (Enhanced Widescreen for 16x9 TV) (Eng)

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    Special Features

    • Closed Captioned

    Synopsis

    A 21st century revival of a popular 20th century TV genre, the ABC miniseries Masters of Science Fiction was conceived as a six-episode anthology based on the works of an equal number of celebrated science-fiction writers. Focusing more on plot and character than special effects, the series utilized the sci-fi format to tackle a number of contemporary issues, ranging from homosexuality to global warning. Among the A-list guest stars appearing on the show were Anne Heche, Sam Waterston, Judy Davis, Brian Dennehy, John Hurt, and Malcolm McDowell; the directors included Mark Rydell, Michael Tolkin, and Jonathan Frakes. Unfortunately, it was obvious that ABC had little faith in the series; keeping it on the shelf for nearly a year, the network finally unveiled the show in a Saturday-night "death" slot on August 4, 2007. As a result, only four of the six completed episodes were telecast: "A Clean Escape, written by John Kessel; "The Awakening", by Howard Fast; "Jerry Was a Man", by Robert Heinlein; and "The Discarded", by Harlan Ellison (who pulled double duty as a supporting actor!). ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

    Cast & Crew

    • Stephen Hawking
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