Science fiction on television

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Science fiction first appeared in television programming in the late 1930s.

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  • I do watch a lot of television science fiction, and it is a particularly sexless world. With a lot of the material from America, I think gay, lesbian and bisexual characters are massively underrepresented, especially in science fiction, and I'm just not prepared to put up with that. It's a very macho, testosterone-driven genre on the whole, very much written by straight men. I think Torchwood possibly has television's first bisexual male hero, with a very fluid sexuality for the rest of the cast as well. We're a beacon in the darkness.
    • Russel T. Davies "Parallel universe". The Age (Melbourne, Australia). 14 June 2007. Retrieved 27 June 2007.

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