I see that the BBC are still looking to bring back Dr Who, this could be as early as next year, but still have not made there minds up who he will be.
In part, yes, but you must account for the fact that Dr Who's budget has always been a tad minimal and that many of the episodes were now made a long time ago. On one episode even the producer was a tad ashamed of the latex monster, but if the budget isnt there, that will restrict things.Originally posted by DazJWood
The acting is terrible, the sets are crap and the enemies/monsters are laughable.
A station had the option of this new Dr Who, or commission an other series of Sliders, and as we all know they went with Sliders.Originally posted by DazJWood
I am amazed it did not get the go ahead for the series after the American produced film with Paul McGann.
Oh ghod, not Buck Rogers. It was a tad camp and silly I'll admit, but please.. Especially if you remember the bits where they brought in the super intelligent black kid.Originally posted by Mr.D
Bring back Buck Rogers in the 25th century. Princess Ardala .....greowrrrr! Had a thing about lipgloss ever since.
C'mon, be fair - Sliders wasnt that bad. It has many of the advantages of Dr Who plotwise, apart from the fact it's harder to kill off the main characters.Originally posted by Garrett
A station had the option of this new Dr Who, or commission an other series of Sliders, and as we all know they went with Sliders.
You are putting words in my mouth, I didnt say it was bad, just they my have been better with Dr Who. Think what they could have done with a big budget. Some of the Sliders stories were better in the latter series than in the earlier days.Originally posted by Matinee
C'mon, be fair - Sliders wasnt that bad. It has many of the advantages of Dr Who plotwise, apart from the fact it's harder to kill off the main characters.