Odyssey 5 (2002–2004)
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Five astronauts are sole survivors of an inexplicable apocalyptic event that caused Earth to suddenly blow up. An alien AI construct that's investigating similar incidents arrives and sends them five years into the past to stop the event.

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Angela Perry (as Tamara Craig Thomas)
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The astronaut crew of a space shuttle looks on in horror as they witness the violent destruction of the Earth. However, they are given a chance to change humanity's fate when a sympathetic alien sends them five years into the past. Their mission--find out who's responsible for the plot to destroy the planet. Can they deal with their own pasts while saving the world from the mysterious organism known only as "Leviathan?" Written by kechara420

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Earth can be darker than space.


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Chuck Taggart decodes a word before passing out: LEVIATHAN. Peter Weller (Chuck Taggart) Stars in a deap sea thriller titled "Leviathan". See more »

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When the crew are attempting to rescue Angela from her spacewalk, the flight director says he's going to order the shuttle Discovery to intercept her. However, the displays at NASA all indicate that the shuttle is the Odyssey. See more »

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Kurt Mendel: [laughing] Whew.
Sarah Forbes: What is so funny?
Kurt Mendel: It just occurred to me this is one scenario NASA *really* forgot to program into the simulators.
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References Star Trek (1966) See more »

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Don't Panic
Written by Guy Berryman, Jon Buckland, Will Champion, Chris Martin
Performed by Coldplay
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Just watched all 20 Episodes
10 May 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is one of the best SciFi shows I've seen in a long time. Im very sad to see it canceled. The new Battlestar and Heros are a close second. I wanted to comment more on Author: ben-mcfee from Canada earlier comments concerning the shows cancellation. The notion that a Right-wing political power may have someway canceled this show, is almost laughable if not sad. Read a biography! You watch way to much conspiratorial fiction. If the Right was "so" powerful Micheal Moore and Al Gore's stupid SciFi documentaries would have never seen the light of day. The silliness to think that this show would even be a blip on the Conservative Christian's radar is down right goofy. With shows like The West Wing, Saturday Night Live and The View lasting for years, you have to be an idiot to draw that conclusion.


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