Firefly - Season 1
Driving by their search for food and sources of living and fleeing from the corrupted world, a group of war veterans under the leadership of captain, Malcolm, who is known as Mal, who owns a small space vehicle, that they use in their travel across the world, but incidents come to climax, when they lost their way in a strange galaxy that they do not know, so they struggle against surviving.
- Episode 00: Pilot
- Episode 01: The Train Job
- Episode 02: Bushwhacked
- Episode 03: Our Mrs. Reynolds
- Episode 04: Jaynestown
- Episode 05: Out of Gas
- Episode 06: Shindig
- Episode 07: Safe
- Episode 08: Ariel
- Episode 09: War Stories
- Episode 10: Objects in Space
- Episode 11: Serenity
- Episode 12: Heart of Gold
- Episode 13: Trash
- Episode 14: The Message
Actors Of "Firefly - Season 1"
Creators of "Firefly - Season 1"
Critics Of "Firefly - Season 1"
Los Angeles Times
October 28, 2014 The production look is interesting if unspectacular, and the characters have ambiguous appeal. If only Firefly would give them tasks worth watching.Read in Source
October 28, 2014 What saves Firefly from wallowing in its own clichés is its self-aware send-up of both its parent genres.Read in Source
October 28, 2014 Sometimes, the results are simply twice as clichéd. But at its best, Firefly plants its feet where Whedon's shows have always found solid ground, in creative plotting, experimental storytelling, sharp writing, and a cast that seems to love its work.Read in Source
October 28, 2014 Whedon does what too many feature filmmakers these days do not: entrance us with elaborate narratives in which small, precise details add up to a coherent philosophy -- a worldview.Read in Source
October 28, 2014 What's great about the series, along with the fantastic writing and casting, is that you don't have to be a fan of the sci-fi genre to enjoy Firefly. In fact, it's almost better if you're not.Read in Source
March 30, 2017 Put back in its intended order, beginning with the original pilot, the series proves not just superb, but arguably Whedon's best series. It is certainly his only original show that was so clearly and fully established from the beginning.Read in Source
Common Sense Media
October 28, 2014 With its distinctive vision, sharply written characters, and entertaining dialogue, Firefly is both unique and entertaining.Read in Source
October 28, 2014 Everything about Firefly defies convention with a recklessness that, well, Mal Reynolds himself might appreciate. And it's a recklessness that redefines what TV can do... or would have done,Read in Source
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