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Space 1999 2 Seasons

Season 2
4.5 out of 5 stars (25) IMDb 7.3/10

The second series of the space drama again features encounters of a compelling and visually stunning alien kind in deep space when a group of brave explorers is blasted out of Earth's orbit by a cataclysmic nuclear accident.

Starring:
Martin Landau, Barbara Bain

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1. The Metamorph

Terror from a doomed planet - a planet of death, despite advanced scientific knowledge, But a new life for a beautiful girl who has learned the secrets of molecular transformation.

CC Runtime: 48 minutes Release date: September 4, 1976
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2. The Exiles

Mysterious objects appear in the space sky. In them are humans from another planet, preserved in a frozen state for 300 years.

CC Runtime: 48 minutes Release date: September 11, 1976
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3. Journey to Where

A voice comes through from Earth.

CC Runtime: 49 minutes Release date: September 18, 1976
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4. The Taybor

A boisterous, flamboyant, larger-than-life trader from Hyper-space makes a remarkable appearance on the moon - and falls in love with Maya.

CC Runtime: 49 minutes Release date: November 5, 1976
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5. New Adam New Eve

A saintly, impressive figure claims to be God, the creator of mankind. He offers Koenig and his companions a new Earth, a new Eden, where life can begin again. But who is he really? What are the fantastic powers he possesses?

CC Runtime: 49 minutes Release date: October 8, 1976
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6. The Mark of Archanon

A geological survey below the Moon's surface reveals the existence of a metallic cabinet. Inside are two figures, a man and a boy.

CC Runtime: 49 minutes Release date: October 15, 1976
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7. Brian The Brain

Hijacked by a robot - a living machine with a brain, a human voice and a terrifying secret.

CC Runtime: 49 minutes Release date: October 1, 1976
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8. The Rules of Luton

Science fiction drama series. A grim fight for survival takes place on a planet of bizarre intelligent plants.

CC Runtime: 49 minutes Release date: October 22, 1976
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9. The Ab Chrysalis

A mystery planet declares war on the Moonbase.

CC Runtime: 49 minutes Release date: November 19, 1976
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10. Catacombs of The Moon

Dr Helena Russell wages a desperate fight for the life of a girl whose husband has visions of Alpha being destroyed by fire.

CC Runtime: 48 minutes Release date: November 26, 1976
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11. Seed of Destruction

An ice-cold replica of Commander Koenig takes control of the Moon - and orders its destruction.

CC Runtime: 49 minutes Release date: November 12, 1976
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12. Space Warp

Eagle One gets lost in space and, as if that isn't enough, Moonbase Alpha has problems of its own when Maya's ability to transform herself into any living being goes out of control.

CC Runtime: 49 minutes Release date: December 3, 1976
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13. A Matter of Balance

While exploring an apparently lifeless planet, a member of Alpha's crew comes under the influence of an 'anti-matter' being.

CC Runtime: 49 minutes Release date: December 10, 1976
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14. The Beta Cloud

A mystery illness strikes the Moon. An eerie cloud utters a sentence of death and a frightening space creature runs amok.

CC Runtime: 48 minutes Release date: December 17, 1976
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15. The Lambda Factor

A pretty, young Alpha technician dies a horrible and unexplained death. Dr. Russell's experiments reveal that one of the crew is possessed of paranormal mental powers and is trying to take control of the Moonbase.

CC Runtime: 49 minutes Release date: December 24, 1976
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16. One Moment of Humanity

Intergalactic adventures of the space-travelling Moonbase Alpha team. The Alphans make contact with a planet of robot humans.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 49 minutes Release date: September 25, 1976
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17. All That Glisters

A battle for life with rock that pulsates with power, energy, intelligence and purpose a rock fighting desperately for its own preservation, seeking water that it can obtain only from the Alphans.

CC Runtime: 49 minutes Release date: October 29, 1976
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18. The Séance Spectre

A new planet is sighted, but is it habitable? By holding a seance, one of Alpha's crew becomes convinced that it is and tries to force commander Koenig to evacuate all Alphans onto "this new, green land."

CC Runtime: 49 minutes Release date: August 18, 1977
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19. The Bringers of Wonder Part 1

Everyone on Moonbase is electrified by the arrival of a spaceship from earth. Everyone, that is, except Commander Koenig. Where the others see long-lost friends and relatives, he sees hideous aliens, bent on taking over the Moonbase.

CC Runtime: 49 minutes Release date: August 4, 1977
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20. The Bringers of Wonder Part 2

People from Earth have landed on Moonbase Alpha, promising to take the Alphans back home.

CC Runtime: 48 minutes Release date: August 11, 1977
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21. Dorzak

A space ship arrives on Moonbase Alpha carrying a prisoner, whom Maya (Koenig is away on a mission) is astonished to learn is Dorzac, a survivor from her planet, Psychon.

CC Runtime: 49 minutes Release date: August 25, 1977
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22. The Immunity Syndrome

Commander Koenig and crew members find what appears to be an inhabitable planet. But it is ruled by a single being who, in his efforts to make contact with the Alphans, unwittingly puts them in peril of their lives.

CC Runtime: 49 minutes Release date: September 8, 1977
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23. Devil's Planet

Answering a distress signal, Commander Koenig is forced to crash-land his Eagle on Entra - moon of the planet Ellna - which turns out to be the planet's penal colony, and Koenig finds himself a prisoner of the beautiful Elizia and her equally beautiful prison guards.

CC Runtime: 49 minutes Release date: September 1, 1977
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24. The Dorcons

The Dorcons - the most powerful race in the galaxy - demand that the Alphans hand Maya over to them. Koenig refuses, until Moonbase Alpha is savagely attacked and invaded!

CC Runtime: 49 minutes Release date: May 1, 1978
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Grew up watching this... best Sci-Fi drama/adventure thing out there for a few years, and then in 1977, everything changed with Star Wars. For it's time, it was hip, cool, and very low-budget. That last part isn't always a bad thing if you have some good writers stimulating your imagination. Unfortunately, some of the plots were not very thick, and the musical experimentation... the producers were firm believers that it is better to try and fail than not try at all.
Just when you got used to the Command Center in Season 1, they redesigned it in Season 2 without explanation. Also, a main character was completely removed and another (besides Maya) added, again with no explanation. The cool computer gizmo of the now-gone character, became the new character's beer-making machine. It's almost as if nobody was steering the ship making this season, which is fine as long as you don't plan on a 3rd season. Kudos to the actors and actresses that may have been under some recreational influences while attempting to work in this season. A great effort.
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Always loved this series which seemed to me ike a live version of one of the clay-mation series of the past. I later found out that the same people were involved on this as were principles in the series I rememberedl=. Loved having this available to watch through Amazon streaming service. Always foved the main characters when I saw them in Mission Impossible. They are great actors in my opinion, and even seem believable in thiese roles where they are thrown into a pretty implausible plot structure where an explosion that is large enough to shift our moon out of orbit does not at the same time blow it to smithereens.. It then seems to travel out of our solar system at faster than light speed because it only took two weekly episodes to travel out of the solar system.
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This is a blast from my past. I adored this show as a kid and now I'm so pleased to have it! There are cheesy (Not back in the 70ies) space ships, aliens and lots of explosions as the moon hurdles through space! Also if you like Star Trek Next Generation you'll find that "Resistance is futile" was said on here long before the Borg got a hold of it.

Total enjoyment and very sentimental....
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Those 2001-inspired sets. The overacting! Martin Landau's paunch! Barbara Bain, always the lady. Maya the Metamorph! Alan and his Eagle One!!! I was around 10 when I first saw the show, and yes, I loved it. Season 2 has a special place in my heart because of all the tweaks they made from season 1, as if they could improve on something so bad. Yep, they made it even cheesier. I'm a huge fan of both season 1 and 2 soundtracks - dramatic wind instruments and strings, driven by 1970s guitar riffs!!! They don't need to reboot or remake this one. Please. Let Alpha rest in peace. They never made it back, ok? Well then, may be a new show wouldn't be so bad. Hm, assemble a decent cast, writers, bring in some killer CGI to rip the moon from Earth orbit. YES!!! Space 2099!!! I'd watch it.
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This season is mostly the "monster of the week" type shows which probably were the root cause of loss of interest in the series. Despite that, there are some imaginative episodes and character drama which keeps it watchable.
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This is a blast from the past!!!!!!!!!!!!!! From a time where entertainment was exactly that, nevermind this reality TV garbage, this is when story writers had imagination!!!!!!!!!!!!! GREAT STUFF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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This is still pretty good, but the distracting music and rushed filming schedules do sometimes come at the cost of quality. This would have set the stage for an impressive third season if only. Yes season one is by far the superior, but Year 2's "best" still offers great stories, acting, special effects, sets, costumes...well worth your time and a part of sci-fi history between "Star Trek" and "Star Wars."
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Season 2 features the revamped, more colorful Main Mission as well as a few casting changes. Don't expect big budget special effects; this was 2 years before Star Wars and made for TV, not the big screen. You will I hope appreciate the incredible detail on the Moonbase and Eagle models. Martin Landau I have liked better in other shows but I do love Barbara Bain as Helena, and I enjoy the banter between Maya and Tony. Lighter and more fun overall than season 1.
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