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Television

Television (103)

Television category

10.5

  • Sunday, 26 August 2012 20:30
  • Written by
television
Year: 2004
Disaster type: Ecological
Network: NBC
Director: John Lafia
Actors: Kim Delaney, Fred Ward
Synopsis: The 2004 mini series 10.5 and its 2006 follow up 10.5: Apocalypse depict a series of earthquakes which tear America apart, separating the West Coast from the rest of the country.
Links: Wikipedia

Adventure Time

  • Sunday, 26 August 2012 20:30
  • Written by
television
Year: 2010
Disaster type: Other
Network: Cartoon Network
Director:  (Created by Pendleton Ward)
Actors:  Jeremy Shada, John DiMaggio
Synopsis: Jake the dog and Finn, the only known remaining human, live in the post-appocalyptic land of Ooo, hundreds of years after the "Great Mushroom War". Animated. Delightful & trippy.
Links: Wikipedia

After Armageddon

  • Sunday, 26 August 2012 20:30
  • Written by
television
Year: 2010
Disaster type: Biological
Network: History Channel
Director: Stephen Kemp, Kathleen Cameron
Actors:  Rob Hartz
Synopsis: "Documentary" about a fictional family trying to survive after a global outbreak.
Links: IMDB

After War Gundam X

  • Sunday, 26 August 2012 20:30
  • Written by
television
Year: 1996–1997
Disaster type: Other
Network: TV Asahi, Animax
Director: Shinji Takamatsu
Actors:  Wataru Takagi, Ken'yû Horiuchi, Mika Kanai 
Synopsis: Anime series. Fifteen years have passed since the last war between Earth and the Colonies nearly brought humanity to the brink of annihilation. The survivors become preyed upon for technology, and those who possess Mobile suits reign supreme.
Links: Wikipedia, IMDB

Afterworld

  • Sunday, 26 August 2012 20:30
  • Written by
television
Year: 2007
Disaster type: Other
Network: SyFy, Crackle
Director: Stan Rogow
Actors: Roark Critchlow, Tara Platt
Synopsis: A web series later broadcast on SyFy and foreign television networks. It follows the travails of a man living in a post-apocalyptic United States after an unspecified cataclysm wipes out electronics and 99% of the population.
Links: Wikipedia

Alien Apocalypse

  • Sunday, 26 August 2012 20:30
  • Written by
television
Year: 2005
Disaster type: Aliens
Network: SyFy
Director: Josh Becker
Actors: Peter Jason, Michael Cory Davis
Synopsis: Astronauts return from space to find that earth has been taken over by aliens.
Links: Amazon

Andromeda

  • Sunday, 26 August 2012 20:30
  • Written by
television
Year: 2000-2005
Disaster type: Other
Network: Fireworks Entertainment, SyFy
Director: (Created by Gene Roddenberry) 
Actors: Kevin Sorbo, Lisa Ryder
Synopsis: Series set thousands of years in the future, when mankind is part of a vast civilization called the Commonwealth.
Links: Wikipedia

Ape and Essence

  • Sunday, 26 August 2012 20:30
  • Written by
television
Year: 1966
Disaster type: Nuclear
Network: BBC
Director: David Benedictus
Actors: Alec McCowen, Robert Eddison
Synopsis: This is a television adaptation of the novel by Aldous Huxley about a dystopian future, for the series "The Wednesday Play." It takes place in the England decades after a nuclear war. 
Links: IMDB

Ark II

  • Sunday, 26 August 2012 20:30
  • Written by
television
Year: 1976–1979
Disaster type: Ecological
Network: CBS
Director: Ted Post, Hollingsworth Morse
Actors: Terry Lester, Jean Marie Hon, José Flores
Synopsis: Three young scientists travel around the country in a hi-tech RV in the 25th century, after the world has been ravaged by pollution.
Links: Wikipedia

Asteroid

  • Sunday, 26 August 2012 20:30
  • Written by
television
Year: 1997
Disaster type: Celestial
Network: NBC
Director: Bradford May
Actors: Michael Biehn
Synopsis: Asteroid is a 1997 NBC TV movie about the United States government trying to stop an asteroid colliding with the Earth. It stars Michael Biehn. The movie won the 1997 Emmy Award in category Outstanding Special Visual Effects.
Links: Wikipedia