I'm at a strange place where I'm looking forward to the new series, but I'm also hesitant to be too enthusiastic about it. I have no problem separating "original" materials from the "remakes" (or, sometimes "reinvisioning" is more accurate), so I'm not going to be upset if it's not like the original Bionic Woman. (If they didn't make changes to update the series to today's standards and expectations, there's no way it would fly on modern airwaves.) I like the premise of the series, and I am so looking forward to seeing Katee Sackhoff kicking some butt (I generally don't go for blondes, but I've definitely made an exception for her). BUT... I've found that most new series, especially those in the sci-fi vein, are severely lacking in quality all around, including the story arcs, general episode plots, writing, acting, and production. The most current example I can think of, Painkiller Jane. I was looking forward to that series, and then I saw the first episode. Enthusiasm - quashed. Oh well. So I'm really really looking forward to the new series, but I'm also not holding my hopes very high. I'm trying to remain optimistic, but the realist in me keeps kicking the back of my chair. But here's hoping for the best! EDITTED TO ADD: It's kinda weird how similar the promotion photos of Michelle Ryan are to Lauren Lee Smith's character of Emma Delario on Mutant X. Makes me with they would have cast her instead of Michelle Ryan (nothing against MR at all... I just have more of a thing for LLS).