Earth 2 (1994–1995)
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Devon Adair and her crew are searching a new home for the human race. The colonization of "Earth 2" is difficult. Some government forces want to destroy the ship of the colonists. But they ... See full summary »

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Devon Adair and her crew are searching a new home for the human race. The colonization of "Earth 2" is difficult. Some government forces want to destroy the ship of the colonists. But they manage to escape and arrive in orbit around "Earth 2". There the crew has to face some technical problems and they crash land on the planet. Soon they find out that the Earth like planet is inhabited by intelligent humanoid life forms... Written by Peter W. Simeon <simeon@imdb.com>

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6 November 1994 (USA)  »

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Shortly after the ship arrives at its destination, Yale is shown pushing Ulysses in a wheelchair. As the scene cuts to them turning a corner, Yale's mechanical arm switches from his left side to his right. See more »

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It's a shame it was cancelled.
12 September 2002 | by (Dundee, Scotland) – See all my reviews

'Earth 2' will always be one of my favourite sci-fi shows. The plot took the simple idea of exploring and turned it into something more unique. It was interesting seeing the survivers struggle each day, facing new problems and even conspiracies that took them to the heart of their own government back on the stations.

Most of the characters were likeable and concrete in their own right, even the two children were not the typical annoying brats usually found on such shows (Wesley Crusher anyone!).

I never really understood why it was cancelled so prematurely after only one season when trash like 'Power Rangers' and other such shows get longer. I think it would have fare well if it was allowed to flourish but now I just have to content myself with re-runs on the Sci-Fi Channel.


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