Episode three takes us halfway through National Geographic’s Mars, a blend of science and science fiction that spans two planets and the space between. Challenges are contrasted and compared between the future of the human race here on earth as well as the possibility of relocating to the planet next door.
Mars is where fiction and reality collide. National Geographic takes viewers on a journey tackling our planet’s challenges and the possible necessity to relocate to our red neighbor.
In Mars, National Geographic takes a unique look at our red neighbor, blending science, science fiction, and the difficulties surrounding colonizing the planet. The scientist/explorer crew of the ship Deadalus have mostly acclimated to their life on Mars and have established a colony—Olympus Town—as they study potential life in microbe form.
If you haven’t watched Warning Signs yet, you probably shouldn’t read this. Cause I’m gonna be spoiling all sorts of things. You’ve been warned. This review is going to be a lot of me fangirling and squealing, so if that doesn’t appeal to you, feel free to skip this one.
There seems to be a trend happening in television the last few years and it’s starting to get to me. Reboots. They’re everywhere! First was Hawaii 5-0 which made its reappearance in 2010 and it’s just gotten worse. Networks are now even looking at past failed projects to see if they can be revived.