TekWar : Season 1

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  • Summary: Set in the year 2045, this sci-fi series is based on the TekWar novels "written" by William Shatner (who also directs and co-stars in the series). This first "season" consisted of four TV movies that aired in syndication in the U.S.
  • Genre(s): Drama, Science Fiction
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 8
  2. Negative: 2 out of 8
  1. Chicago Sun-Times
    Reviewed by: Lon Grahnke
    Aug 11, 2014
    The "TekWar" special effects are good by TV standards, but Tuesday's scene-setting story won't engross the deeper sci-fi thinkers in the audience. "TekWar" is aimed at the action faction, and it delivers plenty of chases, shootouts and explosions. [24 Jan 1994]
  2. Dallas Morning News
    Reviewed by: Ed Bark
    Aug 11, 2014
    A reasonably inventive slice of sci-fi. ... TekWar's strengths are above-average computerized special effects and touches of winning humor. It lasts at least 15 minutes longer than it should, but no major deal. [19 Jan 1994]
  3. USA Today
    Reviewed by: Matt Roush
    Aug 11, 2014
    The gizmos and visual shimmer rarely disguise the fact this is just a gussied-up cop show. Confusing, to boot. [17 Jan 1994]
  4. Washington Post
    Reviewed by: Tom Shales
    Aug 11, 2014
    What we really have here is just another in the long line of TV private eyes, an attempt at film noir whose lurking campiness rather quickly becomes film mauve. ... This dialogue is ancient now; imagine how old it will be in 2042. [22 Jan 1994]
  5. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
    Reviewed by: Ron Weiskind
    Aug 11, 2014
    Someone more philosophical than Shatner might have ruminated on the nature of reality in the world where technology can make anything seem real. But the space cowboy opts instead for action -- often shot in sluggish slow motion -- and humor, some of which seems blissfully unintentional. [18 Jan 1994]
  6. Reviewed by: Ken Tucker
    Aug 11, 2014
    Intended to be hard-boiled, the dialogue in TekWar is instead just pitiful.
  7. San Diego Union-Tribune
    Reviewed by: John Freeman
    Aug 11, 2014
    "TekWar" is a blur of techno images, whirring noises and idiotic sci-fi speak. [18 Jan 1994]

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  2. Mixed: 0 out of 1
  3. Negative: 1 out of 1
  1. Feb 26, 2017
    Old and boring
    Even if the series is more than 20 years old and therefore you have to evaluate carefully. Visually, perhaps, she was up to
    Old and boring
    Even if the series is more than 20 years old and therefore you have to evaluate carefully. Visually, perhaps, she was up to date in 1994.
    Everything that is shown there is today much better.
    In terms of content, the series offers only average quality. Shatner would not have had to give up for the rubbish. The story is so thin that they fit on a DIN A6 sheet.