Marc Scott Zicree, the writer/director of the television series “Sliders” is currently in production of a new sci-fi series called Space Command, that sounds very much like another space series we all know and love.

The thrilling new space-set franchise follow the bold adventures in space of the United Planet’s Space Command, a dedicated group of scientists, soldiers and adventurers exploring and taming the vast expanse of our solar system for human colonization.
Robert Picardo (“Star Trek : Voyager”, “InnerSpace”), Bill Mumy (“Babylon 5”, “Lost in Space”), Doug Jones (“Hellboy”, “The Strain”) and Mira Furlan (“Babylon 5”, “Lost”) help make up the film’s roll call of science-fiction royalty.

It’s an impressive list of actors in the series. The show will have a panel at the San Diego Comic Con if you want to meet those involved with the production. The event takes place Friday, 7/25/14, from 8:00p.m. – 9:00p.m. in Room: 25ABC. There’s a trailer/sizzle reel for the show that surfaced a year ago that gives you some idea what to expect.

From the photos sent to us, there is a huge change in production quality from the above reel and the final look of the show.


What do you think? Is this something you would watch on television, or as a webseries?

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  1. June 19, 2014 at 4:18 pm — Reply

    I think it really depends on the writing. If it’s just another drama show with a new setting I will not watch it. I’m tired of injecting shows with drama for the sake of it. Agents of Shield is full of it when it should be about action heroes dealing with super powered foes. If it’s Star Trek or even Babylon 5? yeah I’ll watch it. Until Fox cancels it after a season.

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