Firefly continues to live on in the memories of its diehard fan base, a pretty remarkable feat for a TV series that only lasted for just 14 episodes. But what if the show had run longer?
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Oh, it's a good week to be a Nathan Fillion fan. First there's major sci-fi fun to be had on this week's Castle, with a murder investigation at a Comic-Con-esque convention, and then the Science Channel celebrates Firefly's 10th anniversary with a marathon and a special called Browncoasts Unite.
On November 11th, the Science Channel have a full day marathon of every Browncoats favorite sci-fi western, Firefly and, as the marathon closes, there will be a special cast reunion. We've got a sneak peek, and it's a bit of a scandal!
Yes, yes. We know what you thought we meant, but we're actually talking about the latest super-villain to grace the small screen on the CW's new DC series, Arrow.
If you like Jewel Staite as Kaylee from Firefly and Serenity and Dr. Jennifer Keller from Stargate: Atlantis, you'll love the REAL Jewel Staite! That's why we're so pleased she's been joining us regularly here at Blastr to answer your questions and share whatever happens to be on her mind. Oh hi, Blastr. Guess what? I'm on hiatus from The LA Complex! Which means I get to sleep in every day! And eat whatever I want! And bug you with my idiocy! Aren't you thrilled? Didn't you miss me? (Okay, just pretend like you missed me.) Oh hi, Blastr. Guess what? I'm on hiatus from The LA Complex! Which means I get to sleep in every day! And eat whatever I want! And bug you with my idiocy! Aren't you thrilled? Didn't you miss me? (Okay, just pretend like you missed me.)
It's been nearly a decade since Fox canceled Firefly, and the show's rabid following still hasn't stopped clamoring for more. We've got a movie, we've got comic books, and a reunion special is on the way, but could we get something else? Could Firefly go animated?
We've been chomping at the bit to see the Science channel's new Firefly special, and now we finally have our first look at the epic reunion filmed earlier this year at San Diego Comic-Com.
Nathan Fillion is a lucky guy. Not many actors get to take on one career-defining role—but Fillion has gotten two. Between the short-lived Firefly and still-going Castle, a lot of folks love him. Now fandoms collide in an epic Firefly-esque Castle mashup.
In part one and two of our massive Fall TV Preview. we covered New, Canceled and Returning shows. But there's more! We're taking a look into our crystal ball to see what's head our way for Midseason and Beyond, as well as what new Movies, Miniseries and Specials are in our future.