Survival TV shows?

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Aug 3, 2011

Survival TV shows? by gifi4 at 9:30 AM (694 Views / 0 Likes) 7 replies

  1. gifi4
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    Anyone know of any survival TV shows like The Walking Dead and Falling Skies? Those type of things is what I'm after.
    Oh and I don't want a list, just some that you found interesting.
    Thanks guys and gals.
     
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    Lost will keep you occupied for a while [​IMG]
     
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    Pretty much everything from J.J Abrams (Lost, Heroes, Fringe..)

    He has a liking for apocalypse themes.. getting old after some seasons but thrilling for a first [​IMG]
     
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    Survivor - REALISTIC
     
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    Well, Terminator The Sarah Connor Chronicles sort of has this, considering some parts of the show take place in the post apocalyptic robot war future and what not.

    It's a good show, but just a heads up; Fox screwed it over and cancelled it after the second season, so it ends on a MASSIVE cliffhanger. Definitely worth watching, but it can be saddening to know that many, many plot points will never be resolved.
     
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    Until like the third season when it starts going downhill and making absolutely no sense at all even if you watch it as a marathon.
     
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    I've been marathoning it the past few weeks, on the Series 5 finale now. It all makes perfect sense, it's just a bit of a ...mind fuck.
     
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    I marathon'd it a few months ago and loved it. Highly recommended.
     

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