List of science fiction television programs by genre

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This is an inclusive list of science fiction television programs classified by genre.

List of science fiction television programs by genre
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Genres:
  Aliens   Invasion
  History   Anthology
  Apocalypse   Young
  Crimefight   Cyberpunk
  Robots   Disaster
  Explore   Future
  Mecha   Military
  Universes   Paranormal
  Comedy   Opera
  Station   Western
  Spaceship   Steampunk
  Superbeings   Time
  Vehicle  VR
See also:
  Listings   Locations
  Genres   Animation
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References[edit]

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