When strange anomalies in time start to appear all over England, Professor Cutter and his team have to help track down and capture all sorts of dangerous prehistoric creatures from Earth's distant past.
Andrew Lee Potts,
This show is outrageously funny at times, deeply philisophical at others. Defying all attempts to generalise it as one thing or another Lexx flies from one genre to another week by week. The sheer intelligence behind the series cannot be doubted, listening to the three beans (the shows creators & writers) you are left with no doubt of their genius and their desire to show viewers a whole new universe of ideas and concepts. Welcome to the Dark Zone people, if you look to the front and rear you will see there are no exits. The show is just so damn good it's annoying how they manage to keep things going show after show while almost every other series fades and diminishes into cliches after a few weeks. This is TV the way it should be made, has to be made if channel execs want ratings in the future. Lexx has shown what viewers have been missing all these years, robot heads, nymphomaniacs, assassins, cannibals, mass murderers (and that's just the heroes!) The world is divided into two groups of people. Those who love Lexx and those who will come to love Lexx...
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