Alien Nation (1989–1990)
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Alien Nation 

A bigoted human policeman in the L.A. of the future and his alien partner learn to live with each other's differences while attempting to solve a drug conspiracy hidden in the subculture of... See full summary »

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A bigoted human policeman in the L.A. of the future and his alien partner learn to live with each other's differences while attempting to solve a drug conspiracy hidden in the subculture of Los Angeles' newest immigrant population: extraterrestrials. Written by Keith Loh <loh@sfu.ca>

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Drama | Sci-Fi

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18 September 1989 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The alien ship that lands is called the Gruza. "Gruza" is a Russian word that means "cargo". See more »

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Officer Maria Puente: [voice over, as she confesses on why she killed Tuggle, Sikes former partner] You have to understand something about me. Before I was a cop , I was a guard. At the woman's prison in Chino. You can't imagine the kinds of things that go on in there. What woman do to other woman. Particulary if they find out that a woman was a guard or a cop... The Overseers. Yes. I can tell you about the Overseers. When they were on the ship, they used a special gas in the atmosphere to keep the slaves submissive....
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Edited from Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (1964) See more »

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A sad loss.
12 April 2000 | by (Edinburgh, Scotland) – See all my reviews

Another cool show killed before it's time. Every time a cool show comes on they kill it after a season. Well acted and good stories to boot. At least the films have kept it going in fine fashion.


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