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EPISODE REVIEW: Defying Gravity: “Bacon” (Episode 6)

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So here we are at the end of the first half of the season, and I find I’m much more invested in this show than I anticipated. Yeah, I’m not unaware of its failings, most of them related to the technical side of things, but I find I’m responding well to the very decompressed storytelling, the slow character arcs, the relaxed pace.

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EPISODE REVIEW: Defying Gravity: “Natural Selection” (Episode 2)

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Another interesting aspect of this show is that it’s a truly international project, with the US, Canada, the BBC, and a German company all sharing the funding and contracts for the show. Theoretically, at least, this makes it rather hard to cancel, simply because there are international contracts to consider, and one or more of the partners may decide to go ahead with the story, even if, say, Germany, or the US back out. Just interesting.

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EPISODE REVIEW: Defying Gravity: “Pilot” (Episode 1)

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While there hasn’t been an amazing amount of pre-broadcast hyping for this show, and some people say that it’s already as dead as “Kings,” “Defying Gravity” is an interesting concept for a show: An international cast of talented, intelligent, and above-all attractive people trapped on a space ship for six years as they tour around the solar system. Some wags are already calling it “Greys’ Anatomy in Space,” and if you check the tags for this article, you’ll find that I myself am lumping it in to my “Estrogen in Space” category.

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