more BBC America Shows:
24 Hours in the ER
Gordon Ramsay's F-Word
Jamie’s American Road Trip
Law & Order UK
Ministry Of Laughs
Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares
Sorry 'bout that, Emma.
And also RIGHT after Orphan Black is over BBCAmerica shows a four part series about the history of sci-fi. BLESS.
The Graham Norton Show is on now with the cast of The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
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↳ Battlestar Galactica
We’re talking Cylons in the premiere of The Real History of Science Fiction.
Robots are the topic of the premiere of The Real History of Science Fiction.
We’re talking Robocop and robots on The Real History of Science Fiction!
Star Wars | R2-D2 x C-3PO
We’re talking about robots right now in the premiere of The Real History of Science Fiction!
Robots are the topic of the premiere of The Real History of Science Fiction, airing tonight, Saturday, April 19th, following the season premiere of Orphan Black.
Can Frankenstein be considered… a robot? We discuss it in this episode.
Based on science and embellished by fantasy…
The Real History of Science Fiction premieres Saturday, April 19 at 10/9c— Immediately following the Premiere of the New Season of Orphan Black at 9/8c, only on BBC America.
BBC America delves into the real history of science fiction with filmmakers, writers, actors and graphic artists looking back on their experiences and on how their obsession and imagination has taken them into the unknown.
Narrated by Mark Gatiss, and featuring new, exclusive interviews with David Tennant, Nathan Fillion, Zoe Saldana, William Shatner and more.
Up first: ROBOTS: What if our creations turn against us? The idea of creating life has fascinated society since the earliest days of science fiction. The first installment of the four-part series transports viewers from the first steps of Frankenstein’s monster to the threat provided by the Terminator and the world of Cyberspace.
It’s time for History to begin.
A brand new BBC America series Intruders starring John Simm and Mira Sorvino debuts this summer.