Whether you are reading or watching “Childhood’s End”, you would notice that aliens are the main subject of the story.
Are you afraid of the supernatural? Aliens could be living among us and we couldn’t even know it.
Aliens could be impersonating our spouses, acting as our friends or members of our families, taking the form of animals, or hiding in other places, such as trees.
Is that not such a frightening idea? I would hate to live in a world in which extraterrestrial beings were strolling along by me. I like to be able to trust the close people around me and not have to worry about those that I think I trust actually being impostors.
So, I hope unworldly life forms come to my planet, which I call Earth, and inhabit it. I do not want some outside forces to invade my way of life and change what i have going for myself. I would hate to think that aliens could be that cruel and ruin the life on Earth.
The science fiction novel, “Childhood’s End”, has been adapted into a television miniseries by the Syfy network.
“Childhood’s End” is a novel written in 1953 by Arthur C. Clarke. The book fictitiously describes how a group of aliens called “Overlords” who wanted to invade earth, but in a peaceful way, creating their own utopia, but man culture could pay the price.
Much of the shows on the Syfy network are complete garbage, like some move with terrible acting called Sharknado. While the network tends to lack real quality ninety percent of the time, this addition of a “Childhood’s End” TV show could be a huge pickup in the science fiction genre for Syfy. The television adaptation of “Childhood’s End” will only feature six one-hour episodes, so perhaps it will last too short to tell enough of what there is to know about this fantastic piece of literature.
I already have high hopes for this TV show since its executive producers include Mike De Luca (producer of “The Social Network”, “Moneyball,” and “Captain Phillips”), as well as Akiva Goldsman (producer of “Paranormal Activity” and “I Am Legend”), so I expect this show to be very worthwhile to watch.
While us Earthlings ride around in our fancy limousines, private jets, sports cars, and helicopters, aliens could be coming to a television near you with their extravagant space crafts and UFOs.
Wait and see what this new and short TV series has in store sometime in 2015.
Thanks for stopping by the Childhood’s End blog. Here, we will discuss the classic science fiction novel from Arthur C. Clarke, as well as the television show it was adapted into on the Syfy network, plus the song from Pink Floyd, and other adaptations.