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Bionic Woman 

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A reimagining of the popular 1970s TV series about a female athlete who is given bionic strength.


Kenneth Johnson
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Series cast summary:
Michelle Ryan ...  Jaime Sommers 9 episodes, 2007
Miguel Ferrer ...  Jonas Bledsoe 9 episodes, 2007
Molly Price ...  Ruth Treadwell 9 episodes, 2007
Lucy Hale ...  Becca Sommers 8 episodes, 2007
Will Yun Lee ...  Jae Kim 7 episodes, 2007
Kevin Rankin ...  Nathan 7 episodes, 2007
Isaiah Washington ...  Antonio Pope 5 episodes, 2007
Katee Sackhoff ...  Sarah Corvus 5 episodes, 2007
Mark Sheppard ...  Anthony Anthros 3 episodes, 2007
Jordan Bridges ...  Tom Hastings 3 episodes, 2007
Lara Gilchrist ...  Carly 3 episodes, 2007
Chris Bowers ...  Will Anthros 2 episodes, 2007
Thomas Kretschmann ...  The Man 2 episodes, 2007
Aaron Douglas ...  Prison Guard 2 episodes, 2007
Conrad Coates ...  Doctor #1 2 episodes, 2007
Erin Karpluk ...  Robin 2 episodes, 2007
Alicia Thorgrimsson Alicia Thorgrimsson ...  Doctor #2 2 episodes, 2007
Jenn Forgie ...  Nurse 2 episodes, 2007
Heather Doerksen ...  Mother 2 episodes, 2007
Dominic Zamprogna ...  Med-Flight Tech #1 2 episodes, 2007
Jacqueline Samuda ...  Med-Flight Tech #2 2 episodes, 2007
Chris Gauthier ...  Geek #2 2 episodes, 2007
John Mann ...  Drug Dealer 2 episodes, 2007


A reimagining of the popular 1970s TV series about a female athlete who is given bionic strength.

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This was a rare role on American television for Michelle Ryan, who was well known in the UK for her role as Zoe Slater in soap opera EastEnders (1985) and had been repeatedly voted one of FHM's sexiest women. See more »


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Another remake...
27 September 2007 | by murphmeister75See all my reviews

Firstly and foremost, I have to point out that I am a big fan of the new Galactica, although I don't personally see why that should apply to the reception of a separate show. And yes, I know there are considerable crossovers in writing and acting talent, but the show still deserves to be evaluated on its own.

Secondly, rose-tinted memories aside, remember that old seventies shows have not generally stood the test of time. They were strictly formulaic, beset by comedy fashion and hairstyle, and the bionic woman itself was a cheap knock off of its masculine origin show. For God's sake, they varied the implants just so she would be different to Steve Austin.

Of course, restrictions of formula still apply. An audience that has been gobbling up 24, Lost and Prison Break for the last few years now has higher expectations of a new show. Better production values, more stylised dialogue and a greater sense of mythology pervade these shows. And Heroes has pushed the benchmark out about as far as it can go.

So any new pilot on any network is going to come under serious scrutiny. And I think Bionic Woman holds up. I will concede that the script for the pilot was a little ropey - I had the distinct feeling a pilot movie script had been seriously hacked down to size. But the performances were strong enough to hold it, and the photography and visual design showed some innovation.

The biggest problem with series (as opposed to movies) is that it can take much longer for a show to build up the momentum it needs to create its identity. The Bionic Woman had always been a family show, just like The Six Million Dollar Man. If the new Bionic Woman is going to establish itself as the same, then it will have to pitched just right.

So it gets six out of ten. Better than average. Better than a lot of shows that somehow continue, but worse than many who have fallen by the wayside. Lets just hope that NBC give Jamie Summers time to show us who she really is.

Whether it's a hit or not, for me it has already wiped another laughable 70s show off the map. Maybe they could update The Fall Guy, only it would be about a CGI artist who used his power of computer graphics to help a different woman every week...

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