Argumentative Essay On Firefly

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The TV show “Firefly” was a space western that aired from 2002 to 2003, and it followed the adventures of the crew of the spaceship Serenity. The show was abruptly canceled after only 14 episodes; however, since then it has turn into a cult classic. In my opinion, it was one of the greatest shows to ever air on TV. The “Firefly” universe is a fascinating and exciting place, for it is a brilliant mix of both the sci-fi and western genres. This combination of sci-fi and western may seem somewhat unusual, but it is flawlessly executed in “Firefly”. The show takes some of the best elements from both genres and combines them into something genuinely entertaining. The setting along with the plot line of “Firefly” were astonishing and imaginative. It is set on a spaceship in the year 2517, shortly after a civil war wherein the outlying worlds fought for their independence from the core worlds. The overall story in addition to the individual plot of each episode was excellent and at no time became tiresome or dull. The show possessed a flow and attitude that very few other TV shows, or movies have attained.…show more content…
The casting of Nathan Fillion as Captain Malcolm Reynolds, Gina Torres as Zoe Washburne, and Adam Baldwin as Jayne Cobb along with the rest of the cast was outstanding. The entire cast did an exceptional job crafting a convincing representation of life on a spaceship in a truly unique universe. In conclusion, “Firefly” had a short run on TV, airing only 14 episodes, but those 14 episodes were an incredible experience. The show’s setting was distinctive as well as interesting. The plot line was fantastic; always remaining intelligent and captivating. The casting, and the characters were perfect. I personally think that “Firefly” was one of the greatest shows to ever air on

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