The New Electra Woman and Dyna Girl Look Kind Of Awesome

I don't know much about Sid and Marty Krofft's classic '70s superhero show Electra Woman and Dyna Girl, and about all I know about the reboot is that it's a webseries being made by Legendary, starring Grace Helbig and Hanna Hart. Well, that and their new outfits are pretty great. » 3/11/15 6:52am 3/11/15 6:52am

The 2001 Electra-Woman And Dyna-Girl Show Would Have Been Scary Awful

In 2001, at the height of Buffy-mania, the WB commissioned a new version of Electra-Woman and Dyna-Girl, the 1970s superhero show that was part of the Sid and Marty Krofft Supershow. The whole (short) unaired pilot is on Youtube. You're welcome. » 5/02/14 7:00pm 5/02/14 7:00pm

SF Television's Most Eye-Melting, Ear-Bleeding Opening Credits

Why does science fiction television sometimes get a bad reputation? Oh yeah — because of cheesetastic opening credits like this one, from Jason Of Star Command. Here are a few dozen of the absolute scariest opening discredits in SF television. » 8/24/09 4:08pm 8/24/09 4:08pm

Sid and Marty Krofft Thrive After MySpace Transplant

I rarely find myself getting excited about developments in the world of MySpace, but I'm pretty damn gleeful about the new Sid and Marty Krofft page. The Kroffts had a series of kid shows on network TV, mostly in the 1970s, which featured a lot of scifi themes and geek humor. Krofft shows contained a mix of ongoing… » 7/10/08 7:00am 7/10/08 7:00am

Far Out SciFi Worlds of Sid and Marty Krofft

Brothers Sid and Marty Krofft first came to fame with their touring puppet show "Les Poupées de Paris" in the 1970s which featured topless puppets, and puppet-on-puppet sex long before Avenue Q or Team America. They later made the move to television with the trippy H.R. Pufnstuf in 1969, which they swear was not drug… » 3/27/08 3:13pm 3/27/08 3:13pm