A new American science fiction drama television series that once again Fox picked up for its first season two months ago. Terra Nova shows the story of a time when all the life on planet Earth is threatened with extinction due to the dwindling worldwide air quality and overpopulation.

The world shows like an impossible place for humans to live in without vegetation. Upon the discovery of a rift in space-time that allows people to travel 85 million years back in time to the late prehistoric Earth, the Shannon Family joins the first human colony on the other side of the temporal doorway.

With the Jurassic Park undertones, seeing the first episode, we say that it is not bad at all. There is a great potential, and it is not every day that we see this kind of show on the television programming. Therefore, with their daring take on the Jurassic kind of feel, expectations just went up a notch as well.

There should definitely be a lot more to potential to see in the new sci-fi television series equipped with great effects and action sequence. The visuals are good; the graphics of the dinosaurs were also spectacular; it takes you to an adventure just within your reach.

However, it could probably because it just started that we have not seen the full potential of this film yet, or it could also mean that a lot more polishing needs to work on the script or story itself.

The main casts of Terra Nova includes, Jason O’Mara as Jim Shannon, Shelley Conn as Elizabeth Shannon, Christine Adams as Mira, Allison Miller as Skye, Landon Liboiron as Josh Shannon, Naomi Scott as Maddy Shannon, Rod Hallett as Malcolm Wallace, and Alana Mansour as Zoe Shannon, and many more. Shot in different locations around Australia and produced by Steven Spielberg.

 

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