Tin Man

2007, TV Show

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Tin Man Season 1
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Aired: 12/2/2007

Hordes of winged monkey-bats, a shape-shifting dog, a cyber-punk sorceress, and a vast hidden underworld. Get ready to follow a whole new yellow brick road. watch

VIDEO: Tin Man Season 1 [HD]

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Tin Man Season 1 [HD]
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Aired: 12/2/2007

Hordes of winged monkey-bats, a shape-shifting dog, a cyber-punk sorceress, and a vast hidden underworld. Get ready to follow a whole new yellow brick road. watch

VIDEO: Tin Man

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Tin Man
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Length: 45:31
Aired: 12/4/2007

The Enterprise reaches out to an alien being while dancing around with the Romulans, who want to reach it first. watch

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Felicia Day to Headline Syfy's Red

Felicia Day, best known for Joss Whedon's Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog, will star in Red, Syfy's reimagining of the Little Red Riding Hood story.

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I know you may be sick of ...

Question: I know you may be sick of writing about Tin Man, since you really didn't care for it anyway. But I finally just finished watching my stuff on TiVo and I was wondering if there was any plan for this to go from a miniseries to a series. I know that The Lost Room was supposed to and didn't. And that The Starter Wife wasn't intended to but did. Of course, the WGA strike may put a serious hold on things. But I heard that the ratings were really good for Sci Fi, and I know I loved it. However, I'm not really sure where it could go as a series. Your thoughts? Answer: I'm with you that I can't see where Tin Man would go as a series. The miniseries felt pretty well contained to me. Unlike the much worse The Lost Room, this was successful enough that I wouldn't be surprised to learn of a miniseries sequel — I haven't heard anything, and I'm not asking — but I can't and don't want to imagine a series version. Sometimes it's better to be left wanting more. (Personally, I would hav ... read more

I had to write in regarding ...

Question: I had to write in regarding your response to a reader's comments about Tin Man. You wrote: "Being edgy is fine, but just because something is edgy and dark doesn't necessarily make it better. And when did it become fashionable to slam things for being sweet?" You are kidding, right? Almost everyone in the media today criticizes things for being too sweet, even children's shows. I am the mother of two young children (ages 7 and 4), and it seems that everything produced for kids these days is "edgy," supposedly so that the parents will enjoy it. When a recent Winnie the Pooh movie came out, I read a review that said it was too saccharine sweet. Come on — it is a G-rated Winnie the Pooh movie, not a slasher flick! Shows like Barney are always criticized for being too sweet, but the last time I checked, the demographic for that show is 0 to 5, not 14 to 18. Almost all new children's movies are PG, so that the writers can insert potty humor and foul language. I don't need to hear ... read more

I watched Tin Man and loved ...

Question: I watched Tin Man and loved it. The way they tied almost every aspect of it into the original Wizard of Oz made it really interesting. The budget must have been well above the average miniseries. How is it that a show like this didn't end up in theaters or at least on a major network? Answer: The days when cable networks were no longer considered "major" are long gone. And when's the last time you saw a "major" network invest the time and energy to produce a thoroughly original miniseries? (Answering my own question: CBS is airing a Lonesome Dove prequel, Comanche Moon, in mid-January, but that's an exception.) Sci Fi has made an annual tradition of splashy December miniseries, and while I wasn't as wild about this as you, I applaud them for swinging the bat with such ambition. Why shouldn't something with the scope of Tin Man deserve to find its place on a network with as far-reaching aims as Sci Fi? Another take on Tin Man comes from Jaime L. of Walnut Creek, CA: "I don't ... read more

Part Three - The Conclusion

“That’s the OZ I remember. I am so glad to be home.” ~ DGThat’s it? This is where the journey beyond the yellow brick road ends – one big happy family (and a few friends) smiling at the sunrise. For this darker re-imaging of the Wizard of Oz I expected a more satisfying ending then smiles and sunshine, especially after this final chapter full of action and homage’s to the Baum classic.It started off with DG and company finally reaching Finaqua, and DG skipping a stone shaped as a heart, activating a holographic message from her mother. In which she tells DG to seek out Ahamo for the rest of her journey. Ahamo is her father Toto tells DG, and since abandoning her mother has been hiding in the realm of the Unwanted. But before they even reach the realm, Cain brings up issue with were the loyalties of Toto lie, and in result he travels with them now solely in pooch form.The realm of the Unwanted brings trouble as the gang is falsely lured by a gypsy who... read more

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Premiered: December 02, 2007, on SyFy
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Premise: A young girl and three strange companions embark on a quest in a magical realm in this miniseries update of the classic L. Frank Baum tale.

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