The Burning Zone (1996–1997)

TV Series   |    |  Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Thriller


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Dr. Daniel Cassian is appointed by the White House to lead a small top secret federal biological task force of leading scientists to investigate and prevent potential biological disasters. ... See full summary »


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Coleman Luck

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23 July 2001 | sogeki
The Best! Better than "X-Files"!
Now, in my heart and memory, Edward Marcase and Kimberly Shiroma, which 2 virologists that only appear in the first 13 episodes and only in the first season, is really handsome and pretty...cute. They are the reason why I still like Burning Zone. In the episode that Edward fly a plane, I could not stop crying as more and more people were killed by the blood fever. In episode 7, Daniel got incurible Maya Virus, Edward and Kimberly help him, they have only 38 hrs to rescue Daniel. When it's just 15 minutes left, Daniel read book, Edward was shocked and ask Daniel to treasure life. Then Regal came and cured Daniel.

But In "X-Files", sorry to offend "X-Files"fans, always "Fox William Mulder" (David Duchovny) and "Dana Katherine Scully"(Gillian Anderson). I think that it need more fresh faces. always "Cigarette-smoking man","deep throat" and also, "Skinner". I'm going to sleep if the X-files kept having Fox and Dana.

Burning Zone is much more fresh and much more interesting. I wish 2 ask you, except BZ, which TV show is virus? BZ wins by its New topic..X-files? Already have copies: "Dark Skies", "Millenium","Freaky Links","Frighteners","aliens"...

Burning Zone has no copies...hehe...it worths to win "X-Files"...LOL

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