This is such an exciting and action packed series.
Absolutely love the first 3 episodes. My whole family is excited and hoping for more episodes in the future. Very interesting and has an awesome story line! I rated a 10 and I am writing a review to help vote for more episodes. Haven't yet been so interested in a TV-series, this by far has been the most exciting and most interesting and we're hoping to see more very soon. Will be checking back to see when and if more episodes will be released. Please continue to make new episodes. It is very interesting and we would love to see more to the story and what will happen next. Has an awesome amount of action and keeps the people watching interested and curious for what may happen next!
We know about 3 Goofs. Here comes one of them: Errors in geography The exteriors and license plate assume that Samantha & Stokes are in Minnesota. Liquor is not sold in pharmacies in Minnesota.
There are 8> entries in the trivia list - like these:
Christa's last name is Valis. Valis is the name of one of Philip K. Dick's last novels, the first of an unfinished trilogy, and stands for Vast Active Living Intelligence System, Dick's gnostic vision of one aspect of God.
A major character is named "James Toback" and is frequently called by his full name rather than first name like the other characters; presumably this is the series writers' in-joke homage to writer/director James Toback.
Ryan Robbins and Tricia Helfer appeared in the very first scene of "Battlestar Galactica" as the Armistice Officer and Cylon "Number Six" respectively.
Two of the 'abducted' scientists revealed as members of the 63/70 are named Alfred Bester and Fritz Leiber, also the names of influential science fiction writers of the era the Ascension was supposed to have launched. Alfred Bester is also the name of the psi cop on the show Babylon 5.
The base of operations is actually the Olympic Stadium in Montreal.