posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 02:15 AM
Warehouse 13 is passable, that's about it, IMO.
BSG was amazing until the very end, but Caprica didn't work out so well, IMO, despite a promising start.
Besides that, SyFy hasn't done much that I care for (never got into Eureka, but some like it and I hear Stargate Universe was good, but I never liked
the other Stargate shows).
Their movies have been terrible and their big-time mini-series have been sad disappointments, too. The biggest disappointment of all was their
terrible adaptation of the Earthsea books by Ursula K. LeGuin. Originally, they had a plan to really do them right and hired Philippa Boyens, who
co-wrote the scripts for Peter Jackson's "Lord of the Rings" movies to do the script. LeGuin was overjoyed at this and said as much, and this was
why she agreed to the adaptation in the first place. But somewhere along the way Boyens was dropped from the project and the script they eventually
produced was terrible and the production values were pretty crap, too. The mini-series was so bad that LeGuin famously wrote a
of it. LeGuin, a former National Book Award winner, not to mention shelves full of
other awards, including Hugos and Nebulas, was not happy with what they had done.