Superman: The Animated Series

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Superman: The Animated Series

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4 Seasons, 54 Episodes
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Superman: The Animated Series is the name of a Warner Bros.' American animated television series that ran from 1996 to 2000. The official title of the series was simply Superman and starred the fictional character of the same name. Warner Bros. applied the same "more modern, more serious" animated treatment to DC Comics' flagship character in the same way they had successfully produced Batman: The Animated Series.

SEASON 01 • EPISODE 02

The Last Son of Krypton (2)

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Superman: The Animated Series S1E2
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Superman thwarts a plot by Lex Luthor to sell the LEXO-SKEL SUIT 5000 to Kaznian terrorists, via their agent John Corben.

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by poio

Nov 22, 2015

The only downside to this show is that it was cancelled. I still believe it's the best role Paul Blackthorne had, ever. I can't recommend to new viewers however since you will be left disappointed and might start sending angry letters to SyFy for a renewal :)

by ItzHavok

Mar 03, 2015

The Dresden Files is a crime drama fantasy supernatural syfy that followers a wizard who helps detectives solve supernatural crimes. The idea sounds corny but the show was actually executed fairly well. This show is family friendly; could have use more blood; grit and death. I recommend this show to the crime supernatural fantasy fanatic.

by Brian1964

Aug 07, 2015

This is a great show. Crossing police work with supernatural, but not to heavy either way. The people who cancel shows like this, along with New Amsterdam and Forever aren't in tune with intelligent audiences.

by DiogenestheCynic

Jul 23, 2019

Brilliant! Departed from the books in some significant ways, but stood well on its own merits. Great acting (superb for a Science Fiction show on SyFy), well written, and very nice special effects. Cancelled not because of low ratings, but because the channel it was on wanted cheaper shows. Well worth a watch.

by parisb23

Aug 30, 2016

You always hear "The books were better." Screw that. The casting and acting were so good, I could care less about the books. And I've read thousands of books because I never owned a TV for over 40 years. Now, thank God for the internet. And doubly thank God for SideReel! I could have done with far more seasons of Harry but... GREAT BINGE WATCH.