Starhunter (2000–2004)

TV Series   |    |  Action, Sci-Fi


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In 2275, a team of bounty hunters tries to stop a conspiracy involving alien DNA. In 2300, bounty hunter Travis Montana searches for his lost son.


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  • Stephen Marcus and Clive Robertson in Starhunter (2000)
  • Claudette Roche in Starhunter (2000)
  • Starhunter (2000)
  • Tanya Allen and Clive Robertson in Starhunter (2000)
  • Clive Robertson in Starhunter (2000)
  • Tanya Allen in Starhunter (2000)

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Creators:

Daniel D'Or, Philip Jackson

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14 November 2004 | ggrasdal
A very imaginative series with lots of promise for the future.
Budikavla, the previous poster, has his taste up his wazoo. This is a very good series with strong characters. The set-up is imaginative with room for a wide variety of plot lines. The show is such that it could have a huge run; the special effects are in the can for the most part, and the cast is easy on the eyes. In the 4 or 5 episodes I have seen the writing is good, the action is fast paced and there is a decent mix of humour and sexuality in with the action.

The lack of slick sets only adds to the flavour of this show. Shows like Andromeda are too smooth and the lead actors are TOO good looking. Here we have a cast of believable characters and with the male lead having rugged good looks and both female leads very nice in the girl-next door kind of way, especially Percy Montana (dimples, blue eyes,hot bod and a husky voice).

Definitely worth trying a few hours on.

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CAD31,000,000 (estimated)

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