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Star Trek vince il sondaggio di fiction-tv.it!!!

Star Trek batte tutti!

E’ la serie tv di fantascienza più votata!


Non ci sono dubbi, “Star Trek” è la serie televisiva che piace di più agli appassionati di fantascienza. Naturalmente bisognerebbe distinguere, perché la galassia Star Trek comprende la serie classica, Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager, Enterprise e persino uno spin-off mai realizzato: Phase II. Ma per il sondaggio di Fiction TV (www.fiction-tv.it) realizzato con la collaborazione del portale Fantascienza.com, dedicato alle migliori serie televisive di fs di tutti i tempi, abbiamo deciso di accorpare sotto un’unica voce tutti i telefilm dell’universo di Star Trek, e forse questo è stato anche uno dei motivi che hanno decretato il successo finale del sondaggio.

Con il 19% dei voti espressi dagli appassionati (calcolato su un totale di oltre 104.000 voti pervenuti), Star Trek si è imposta su serie di fantascienza altrettanto famose, come Lost (seconda classificata con il 17,2% delle preferenze), la spettacolare Battlestar Galactica, riuscitissimo remake dell’omonima serie televisiva degli anni ’70 (terza con il 17% dei voti), Stargate SG-1, che ha fatto totalizzare il 16,6% delle preferenze, Heroes, classificatasi al quinto posto con l’11,1% dei voti.

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Comment by PatriciaAmber on January 10, 2009 at 4:23am
If the numbers are right, it makes intresting reading. But then is it anything other than what should be expected. Star Trek is an umbrella, of many different programs, and series. The other programs are just one series.

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