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Having been thinking about some of my favorite Sci-Fi shows from long ago I managed to jog my memory about one I just barely remember. Hopefully, with the bit of detail I do remember someone might be able to recognize it. First, the production details:
- It would have been aired ~15-20 years ago in Canada (likely on the then equivalent of the Space Channel, but I don't guarantee that)
- It was in English
- It was definitely not animated, no puppet people either
- It was definitely a series, but I cannot remember the number of seasons it might have run for
- It could have been a rebroadcast of a show earlier, but it was definitely new to myself and the station at the time.
- It was definitely aimed towards a younger audience (Young me at the time would not have been watching an adult TV series)
Now, for what I do remember. Take everything with a grain of salt, as particulars might also be mixed up with other shows (I'll make note of parts I'm not sure of:
- There were likely three main characters (Could have been more, but three is a definite minimum)
- Each character had a personal fighter/ship, colour coded to their uniform colours (I don't think they were designed as pure fighters, but they definitely had some kind of weapons).
- The show took place in deep space and I don't specifically remember any kind of references to Earth.
- There were definitely FTL jumps, but the terminology used for the technology escapes me.
- There was a large ship capable of devouring asteroids/planets for some reason, likely controlled by whatever passed for the bad guys. (Young me was likely quite impressed by it)
- One particular scene that I have quite vividly (probably from the series premier) had them exploring an abandoned wrecked ship, exterior lights flickering over the ships name (This ship was probably very important and likely became their home base, but I don't guarantee that).
And, sadly, I think that's about all I can confidently remember. I thank you for indulging me in my little bit of nostalgia with my childhood.