Going Postal and December TV

The TV adaptation of Terry Pratchett’s novel “Going Postal” will be screening on ABC1 at 7.30pm on December 17 and 24.

What other SF and Fantasy have you noticed appearing on television now that we’re in a ‘non ratings’ period?


3 thoughts on “Going Postal and December TV

  1. Katrina December 5, 2011 / 01:12

    Some other SF on free to air TV includes –
    On Sundays
    Merlin, early evening (channel 10). Adventures of the young Merlin and Prince Arthur
    Terra Nova, evening (channel 10). People travel to a time when dinosaurs inhabit the earth
    Warehouse 13, late night (Seven Mate). Artifacts with stange powers or abilites are stored in Warehouse 13

    On Mondays
    Haven, night (ABC2). Local police officers investigate strange occurances in the town of Haven. Based on Stephen King stories.

    On Thursdays
    Star Trek: The Next Generation, evening (Eleven)

    On Saturdays
    Generator Rex, mornings (Go!) Animation. After almost every living thing on Earth is infected with nanites, some people mutate into monsters known as EVOs. Rex is a 15-year-old amnesiac teenager who is a nice EVO whi can control his active nanites, allowing him to manifest a wide variety of various bio-mechanical abilities and powers.

  2. Santa's little helper December 25, 2011 / 21:55

    David Suchet’s evil eyepatch man was wicked fun.
    need more Pratchett on TV

    • canberrascifi December 25, 2011 / 22:06

      Reacher Gilt is a wonderful character and, yes, David Suchet looked like he had a lot of fun with the role.
      I especially liked the scene where he stood on his toes 🙂

      The whole cast was marvellous.
      And yes, there should be more Terry Pratchett tv adaptations.

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