After being frozen in time for 300 years, captain Dylan Hunt and his sentient warship Andromeda sets out to restore peace and civilization to the known universe. With him is the crew of the ship that, with profit in mind and unknowing of her captain still being alive, salvaged Andromeda from the black hole keeping her suspended in time. Andromeda originally hid in the black hole after a big battle. When Captain Hunt wakes up he realizes that this battle was the beginning of an epic war and that the great civilization he was defending, the Commonwealth, has been eradicated from existence. He and his unlikely and sometimes unpredictable crew starts on a mission to once again bring hope to the galaxy.Written by
The reason for writer/executive producer Robert Hewitt Wolfe leaving the show was due to the network wanting a "less complex" story line and heavily focusing the series on Kevin Sorbo over the supporting characters. See more »
The first season of this series was unique and had all the touches of a Gene Roddenberry's creation. The next two seasons after that were slightly less interesting but still a good series to watch. With the last two seasons the entire idea of the series was completely removed ignoring prior facts of the show and weakening the development of the characters. If you are a Kevin Sorbo fan and can ignore bad plot lines then this show is probably your coup of tea, if you like a series were the writers remember the past episodes then this show is not for you.
As a personal note I am someone who likes to see the end of a series when I start watching it, I am glad to here that the fifth season will likely be the last.
If you like sci-fi shows then I strongly recommend not seeing what will hopefully be the last two seasons. four and five. series.
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