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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The character Bess Martin begins the series with a thick Southern accent, but loses it without explanation in subsequent episodes. See more »

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Best Sci-Fi series ever; best TV any genre since Soap.
22 September 1998 | by (Redmond, WA, USA) – See all my reviews

Yes, yes, I know, the horse in a can was stupid; the guy in The Greatest Love Story Never told was a slime-ball; the special effects in Flower Child are laughable, etc., etc. But the major characters in this show are so real I feel as though I've always known them and always will. The premise is well thought out and convincing. The Terrians are great 'creatures.' The subtext is always amusing and relevant. The so-called 'cannibalism' episode is the most powerful hour of TV I have ever seen. The three Tim Curry episodes bristle with tension. I LOVE THIS SHOW.


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