La Femme Nikita, the first one with Peta Wilson.
YES!!!! Along with Buffy, two shows that didn't get enough recognition from critics.
OH,I liked that too,the Femme N,the first one
The first one was the original version in French, right? I liked the second one (I think it is the second one), the English version where Nina Simone sings, "Feeling Good". That heavy "vamp" beat in that number just knocks me out!
Forgot about The Walking Dead!
And how about a mini series - "The Stand"? OK, not a Pagan theme but still........Wow.
I named Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, and Xena: Warrior Princess as two of my favs. Here are some of my other favs in no particular order:
-Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog
-Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles
-Dead Like Me
-Scariest Places on Earth
Sliders! Why oh why did Quinn's mom get that damned front gate fixed?!!?!?
Thanks for reminding me of Dead Like Me, it should have gone on much longer. A quirky, fun show. And what happened to the lead actress? She was great.
Ok - another great miniseries, Tipping the Velvet. And another great leading actress who kind of disappeared.
Loved Dead Like Me...too bad there was only 2 seasons!
"Dead Like Me", with Ellen Muth, Mandy Potemkin
"Firefly" runs a close second. These are the only two series I have liked enough to actually pay good money to own.
Also like the current Series, "Game of Thrones" From the "A Song of Ice and Fire series of novels. It may become a favorite, not sure yet. Waiting to see how well the series respects the story line of the books but the first season was good. There are others but can't think of them at the moment except that I am still following "True Blood", from Charlaine Harris' "Sookie Stackhouse Series" of novels as well. "Lost Girl" started out good but...lately I find I don't much care if I miss an episode. "Eureka" was good too although I don't haven't gotten to watch it much for a couple of seasons.