With the condition of the occupant deteriorating, and the political arguments becoming endless Tom the director of the investigation declares he will go public with all the information that has been ...
With Earth rapidly becoming uninhabitable, pioneers seek to colonize the harsh terrain of the planet Carpathia. 10 years later, the town of Forthaven faces danger as the planet's dark secrets are revealed.
Although it has a lower budget than cable/network TV sci-fi shows, it still gives more of an exciting storyline than I've seen in popular sci- fi shows.
I love Stargate. It's a fantastic show - but it's extremely predictable.
Pioneer One is so new and so unique, that it's unpredictable to even the writers. The concept is so simplistic, yet so mind-blowing that it trumps so many other shows purely by being basic and going back to the fundamentals of television.
Despite what Paul Shephard, also of Perth, thinks, the low budget and average acting only serve to emphasise the fact that the small idea, the brainchild of the minority, has risen to the heights of the great through the purity of dialogue and the lack of opposite point of view (which only serves to pique the interest of the curious).
Pioneer One is a must watch, for any one REMOTELY interested in sci-fi, the unknown, space, or for people who are tired of the recycled, regurgitated fesces that Hollywood excretes.
I cannot wait for Season 2. I have already contributed.
Until we live on Mars,
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