I was never fond of the series. From everyone suddenly speaking english, where the movie made a major point of the people on the other side of the gate NOT speaking a word of english just kind of broke it for me.
And all the Jafar went from scary mother fuckers who could solo a team of commando's with ease, had bullet proof armor and ludicrously powerful staffs that where more akin to grenade launchers or bazooka's and rifles, to the series comically inept buffoons who never pose a threat to anyone, die by the dozens to anyone with a gun, are all dumb as bricks almost never use the cool armors that made them look like Egyptian gods because that's not in the budget.
The aliens only seem to have like a dozen different super tech gizmos and they barely even use those and never seem to pose any real threat to earth beyond their zany scheme of the week.
SG: Atlantis was better, but still had a lot of the same problems.
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Kind of self evident but it hasn't been mentioned yet.
>Space:Above and Beyond
US marines in space fighters fighting the chigs and tubers. It ended like firefly, far too early.
The last season of Andromeda and Farscape have NOTHING on this in terms of bizarre shit going on. Between acting that makes you think of porno's more than a professional tv show, the main characters regularly being worse than anything they fight, their organic ship and reality warping shit going on half the time, this show is really a wild ride.
And of course a few animoos:
Good hard sci fi with realistic ranges on their weapons, ship maneuvering that needs to account for changing orbits and the like, and a surprisingly large number of dead school kids before it ends.
>Legend of the Galactic Heroes
Because there's never a reason not to recommend this.
Hard sci fi show about a Japanese space program trying to launch school girls into space from the Philippines, because Japan.
Hard Sci fi show about space janitors. Based on a manga written by the same guy who made Vinland Saga I believe.