SGU and Sanctuary Contest Giveaway – Sanctuary is back on Oct 15th!! October 12, 2010Posted by showmescifi in ShowMeSciFi.com.
Tags: Amanda Tapping, Sanctuary, science fiction, scifi, SyFy
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Syfy has put the show on Fridays – which is a great night and should help the shows to keep great ratings.
All you need to do to be entered into a random drawing for the giveway is to tell us what you’re most looking forward to for the upcoming season of Sanctuary.
Email us at email@example.com and we’ll print ‘em all out put ‘em in a hat and see what comes out. We’ll pick our winners on Friday Oct 15th -so be sure to send us your thoughts soon!
The season three opener of Sanctuary finds the team desperately trying to find a way to reach Kali to prevent catastrophic tidal waves from killing millions around the world. En route, they receive reports of massive tsunamis heading for the coasts of India, Pakistan and the Arabian Peninsula. Ravi continues on to the Sanctuary while Kate frantically tries to warn the authorities in Dharavi to sound the sirens and get their people to higher ground. Meanwhile Magnus (AMANDA TAPPING) and Henry (RYAN ROBBINS), aboard the Sanctuary vessel now taken over by a power-hungry Wexford (PAUL MCGILLION), evaluate the horrific destruction around them, caused by Big Bertha’s last magnetic impulse.
Don’t forget to catch the thrilling Season 3 premiere of Sanctuary at 10pm on Friday, October 15th!
Sanctuary TV Series Premiere – too weird? October 6, 2008Posted by showmescifi in scifi.
Tags: Amanda Tapping, Sanctuary, Sci Fi, science fiction, sciencefiction, scifi
First off – in the spirit of full disclosure – we haven’t watched any of the Santuary webisodes first – (yes i know LAME ‘O).
But with Amanda Tapping (Stargate’s Col. Carter) at the helm we had to watch this first episode on the big TV screen. To say the least Sanctuary is a ‘weird’ show.
The basic idea to provide Sanctuary to all creatures is a nice idea – but the streeeeeeeeeeeeetch of having a Victorian era scientist who has been alive for 150 years and who created Jack the Ripper – come on..that’s just a little lame and cliched isn’t it?
Acting in this episode was great and their is no question that there is great potential for this show as there are a whole lot of monsters out there…
Still on the paranormal front we’ve now got Fringe on network TV and let’s be honest here – in a contest between Fringe and Sanctuary what show would you rather watch?