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    The new Disney Channel Series, "Star Wars: The Mandalorian" is something of a surprise hit to me.
    Well written story, decent character development, and the kind of intense action packed special effects Star Wars is know for.
    Oh... and if that wasn't enough, anyone here think the Yoda species baby isn't adorable?
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    Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.
    Premiers this week, just in time for the Chrismas crowds.
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    Documentary review moved to a new post within the Research Thread.
    Documentaries are not considered fiction.
    (No big deal. Just housekeeping.)
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    Picard

    At 79yo, Patrick Stewart still kicking butt & taking names as J-L Picard.
    Coming January 23, 2020 via CBS streamed.
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    NBC Orders DEBRIS, a Series About Destroyed Alien Spacecraft

    by Eric Diaz
    Jan 14 2020



    It looks like we might have a new X-Files-type series for the 21st century to capture our imaginations. Variety is reporting that NBC has ordered the drama pilot called Debris for the 2020-2021 season. This new series follows two agents from two different continents, and two different mindsets. They must work together to investigate when wreckage from a destroyed alien spacecraft begins to have mysterious effects on humankind.
    The series is coming to us from writer and executive producer Joel Wyman and executive producer Jason Hoffs. Legendary Television will produce. Many Sci-fi fans will know Joel Wyman from his work on shows such as Fringe and Almost Human.


    Supposed UFO crashes and alien debris have fascinated us all since a little incident in Roswell, New Mexico back in 1947 that you might have heard about. The media quickly debunked that incident as a hoax. However, decades later people involved in the finding of supposed alien debris there came forward to tell their story. More and more people from the small military town began to tell of their personal experiences, and the Roswell incident became an urban legend. Add to that the huge rash of UFO sightings in the 1950s and onward; many of us became convinced that the government was hiding something of extraordinary significance from the public.

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    https://nerdist.com/article/nbc-debr...en-spacecraft/

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