You might have heard about the rise of streaming services such as Netflix and Amazon Prime Video in recent years.
But what about the quality of the content?
How do you know if a show or film is worth watching?
This is where the TV Series Archive comes in.
This is a repository of the TV series that have been made for various purposes.
We’ve compiled the information here, along with some interesting tidbits.
First up is the TV Show Archive.
If you’re not familiar with the term, it is a collection of TV series, usually a prequel to a major franchise.
These show are typically created by different producers and then brought together for a single release.
This way, there is always something new and fresh to look forward to.
The archive also contains a wealth of info about the various TV series being released for the year.
Here’s a rundown of what we know about some of the best of these: Series 1 – Season 1 of Star Trek: The Next Generation.
The first of the three Star Trek series to be released on DVD in 1998, this episode focuses on a group of astronauts on a journey to Mars.
It was a landmark episode, and has become a classic in its own right.
Series 2 – Star Trek Nemesis.
This sequel to the first Star Trek movie features the crew of the Enterprise fighting an alien invasion.
It is an ambitious film that has gone on to become a cult classic.
Series 3 – Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens.
The third installment of the Star Wars franchise is now available on Blu-ray, DVD and streaming.
Series 4 – The Sopranos.
The Soprano series of films was originally released on video tapes in 1984.
It followed the lives of two police officers, and starred John Travolta.
Series 5 – The X-Files.
The second of the original X-files series, this series focused on the rise and fall of the organisation called the Mulders.
Series 6 – StarWars: The Clone Wars.
A new trilogy of Star Wars movies is now released on Blu by Lucasfilm, and the first of these, Episode VI – Return of the Jedi, was a big hit for the company.
Series 7 – StarTrek: The Original Series.
The series was originally produced by George Lucas, and it was released on home video in 1983.
Series 8 – The Matrix.
A very dark film that stars Wesley Snipes, and was adapted for TV by the producers of The X Files.
Series 9 – Stargate SG-1.
This series of shows focused on an alliance between the human and alien races.
Series 10 – StarViper.
A first-look at a new Star Trek franchise, this show takes place on a planet called the Bajoran Star.
Series 11 – Stargates of Terror.
This was originally a TV series produced by CBS, but was then cancelled due to budget issues.
Series 12 – Stargately.
This original series is set on the Stargate network, and features the adventures of a group known as the Pegasus crew.
Series 13 – Starviders.
This first-looking series focuses on an expedition on the far side of the Milky Way.
Series 14 – StarTropics.
This new series focused largely on the adventures on the island of New Zealand.
Series 15 – Starwars: A New Hope.
This second-look series takes place shortly after the events of The Return of Luke Skywalker, and stars Wesley Cleaver as Luke Skywalker.
Series 16 – Stargated: Atlantis.
This spin-off series focuses mostly on the journey of a former prisoner of the government on the planet of Atlantis.
Series 17 – Stargazer.
This show focuses on the exploration of a mysterious world, and introduces the first-ever character to be named after a real-life Stargate.
Series 18 – Stargazing.
This special series features several episodes focused on different cultures and civilizations around the world, from the cultures of Atlantis and Earth to the cultures on Mars.
Series 19 – Stargazers.
This classic series of StarTreks is the first to focus exclusively on the crew from the USS Stargazer and the crew on board the USS Enterprise.
Series 20 – Stargater.
This Star Trek spin-offs focus on a newly introduced character called the Stargazer who is sent to investigate the Stargates on another planet.
Series 21 – Stargaze.
This SciFi series follows a group that explores the planet and its inhabitants in an attempt to find the Stargazings, a mythical relic from the past.
Series 22 – StargaCast.
Stargazer is the only series to focus solely on the Enterprise crew, and takes place in an alternate reality.
Series 23 – Stargatic.
This TV series focuses exclusively on a space colony on the distant planet of Tau Ceti, and focuses on its crew.