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Defiance Forum » General Discussion » Seems like the writers have no idea where they want to go...

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Joined: 9/01/07
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OP  7/07/13 7:55:35 PM#1

Just watched the last episode of this season.


I liked alot of parts - but so much felt random, and peoples personalities changed completely in this they were not the same characters from earlier episodes.


The story seems they are just making up as they go along.

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Joined: 8/25/11
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7/07/13 8:07:39 PM#2

That entire show is completely random, they have no clue how to write a setting, a back story or even half decent character arcs.

I have a feeling it will barely get picked for a 2nd season and then killed mid way for a rush finale and some TV movie promises ala SGU.

SciFi just can't produce a single show with any level of quality as it seems, pretty much every production they've started the pass few years has been dreadful.

Stargate was produced by a great team, and luckily for us it had nothing to do with SciFi(or Syfy now) other than financing after showtime has dropped the show.

Atlantis went from bad to worse, SGU felt like a reuse of every denied Star Trek filler episode ever written, and pretty much every other show that wasn't an import or a fluke is bad.

Syfy is dead, and pretty much every science fiction show produced in the US in the past what 5-10 years if not more was just horrible, or got canceled faster than you can form an opinion about it.

On the good new's there have been some great shows from Canada and the UK which not only have good cast and script but also don't insult the viewers intelligence.