Alienators: Evolution Continues

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  • TV-Y7
  • 2001
  • 1 Season
  • 5.6  (176)

Alienators: Evolution Continues is an animated science fiction television show that aired on the FOX network from 2001 to 2002. The show follows the adventures of a team of agents who are responsible for defending the Earth against alien threats. The main characters of the show are Ira Kane, a brilliant scientist, and his partner Harry Block, a seasoned military veteran. They are assisted by a team of specialists, including Dr. Allison Reed, a microbiologist, and agent Wayne Green, an expert in explosives.

The premise of the show is that the Earth is being invaded by a wide variety of alien life forms, which have evolved to adapt to Earth's environment. The aliens are mutating rapidly, and posing a threat to human civilization. The team of agents must use their specialized knowledge and advanced technology to eliminate the alien threats before they can take over the planet.

The show is notable for its imaginative creatures and action-packed scenes. The aliens are often bizarre and outlandish, with the ability to transform and adapt to their environment. The team of agents use a variety of weapons and gadgets to fight back against the alien threats. The show is also known for its witty humor and clever dialogue, which helps to lighten the mood of some of the more intense scenes.

The character development in Alienators: Evolution Continues is also a strong point. Each character has their own unique personality, background, and motivations. Ira Kane is a nerdy academic who is obsessed with science, while Harry Block is a gruff military veteran who is always ready for a fight. Dr. Allison Reed is a brilliant scientist who is trying to find a cure for a deadly virus, and agent Wayne Green is a cocky explosives expert who loves to blow things up.

The show is also notable for its animation style, which features a mixture of traditional and computer-generated animation. The visuals are vibrant and colorful, with a lot of attention paid to detail in the design of the alien creatures.

One of the most interesting aspects of the show is its exploration of scientific concepts and theories. The characters often discuss and debate the latest scientific discoveries, and the show is not afraid to tackle complex ideas such as evolution and genetics. This helps to make the show educational as well as entertaining.

Overall, Alienators: Evolution Continues is a fun and imaginative show that combines science fiction with action and humor. Its unique premise and engaging characters make it a standout in the world of animated television.

Alienators: Evolution Continues is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (26 episodes). The series first aired on September 15, 2001.

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Reaper 3: Alpha Omega
26. Reaper 3: Alpha Omega
May 18, 2002
#126 - REAPER III: Alpha Omega: This is it.
Reaper, Pt. 2: The Ark
25. Reaper, Pt. 2: The Ark
May 18, 2002
#125 - REAPER II: The Ark: Thanks to the efforts of the Alienators, General Granger has had to go underground.
Reaper, Pt. 1: Countdown
24. Reaper, Pt. 1: Countdown
May 18, 2002
#124 - REAPER I: Countdown: General Woodman discovers a plot by General Granger to launch a military payload of Genus into space.
General Disorder
23. General Disorder
May 18, 2002
#123 - General Disorder: When General Woodman receives an infected bite from Scopes, Ira and the others must hunt the head of the Genus down in order to create the life-saving anti-venom.
End Game
22. End Game
May 11, 2002
#122 - End Game: When, in his last, devolving moment, Scopes unleashes a cloud of Genus spores into the atmosphere, the Alienators must once again work fast to save the world from total Genus domination.
Head Case
21. Head Case
May 4, 2002
#121 - Head Case: Ira and the Alienators head off to merry ol' England to investigate a "purple worm" sighting in an old castle.
Cradle Will Fall
20. Cradle Will Fall
March 30, 2002
#120 - Cradle Will Fall: When Wayne passes the test and finally becomes a Fireman, he and Gassie head off to join the Glen Canyon Fire Department, leaving the Alienators in need of a couple of brave, courageous, trustworthy and dependable replacements.
Genus in Your Tank
19. Genus in Your Tank
March 23, 2002
#119 - A Genus in Your Tank: When Genus infested gas makes its way into the cars of New York City, vehicular mayhem rocks the Big Apple.
Itching for the Genus
18. Itching for the Genus
March 16, 2002
When the Genus doesn't show up, it looks like our heroes have managed to devolve themselves right out of a job.
Ira Knows Best
17. Ira Knows Best
March 9, 2002
#117 - Ira Knows Best: After devolving a major outbreak in Philadelphia, the Alienators have the weekend off to relax at Ira's parent's farm.
Hot Java
16. Hot Java
March 2, 2002
#116 - Hot Java: The Genus has grown in an active volcano on the island of Java, Indonesia.
Year of the Genus
15. Year of the Genus
February 23, 2002
When the Genus travels to Hong Kong in a crate of infected fireworks, the Alienators aren't far behind.
To Carthage Then I Came
14. To Carthage Then I Came
February 16, 2002
#114 - To Carthage Then I Came: A Genus outbreak in the deserts of Tunisia has Ira and his crew fighting Genus monsters that move through the sand as if it were water.
Roman Holiday
13. Roman Holiday
February 9, 2002
#113 - Roman Holiday: When Ira and the gang track the Genus to Rome, they must leave the bustling grandeur of the city behind and travel into the bowels of the earth - hunting the purple menace through labyrinthine catacombs and getting separated along the way.
Dead Wayne Cells
12. Dead Wayne Cells
December 8, 2001
#112 - Dead Wayne Cells: After battling a horde of rapidly-replicating Genus creatures, Wayne's sympathetic mutation system kicks in and he starts to multiply.
Runaway Strain
11. Runaway Strain
December 1, 2001
#111 - Runaway Strain: In an effort to create an anti-Genus germ, General Woodman accidentally produces a stronger strain of Genus that takes to the air.
The French Underground
10. The French Underground
November 17, 2001
#110 - French Underground: General Woodman is involved in an accident that allows the Genus to escape into Paris' underground Metro.
Junkyard Dogs
9. Junkyard Dogs
November 10, 2001
#109 - Junkyard Dogs: After wiping out an outbreak of giant Genus bats, the fire truck needs some repairs, so Wayne takes Gassie to his favorite place in all of Glen Canyon: the junkyard.
8. Meltdown
November 3, 2001
#108 - Meltdown: The Genus has a new plan.
Fire and Ice
7. Fire and Ice
October 27, 2001
#107 - Fire and Ice: An outbreak in the French Alps leads to the discovery of a new kind of Genus ... an ice Genus.
6. Swarm!
October 20, 2001
#106 - Swarm!: When a swarm of Genus wasps overruns a rural farm, Ira and the team are sent in to deal with it.
5. Slick
October 13, 2001
#105 - Slick: When an oil tanker laden with Genus infested petroleum runs aground near the Galapagos Islands, a disaster of epic proportions threatens humanity.
Don't Drink the Water
4. Don't Drink the Water
October 6, 2001
Don't Drink the Water: While saving Glen Canyon from a giant Genus amoeba, Wayne accidentally washes the Genus cells into the city's water system where they quickly spread and multiply.
Survival, Pt. 3
3. Survival, Pt. 3
September 29, 2001
The Genus has gone underground ... deep underground in the sewer system of the fair city of Glen Canyon, Arizona.
Survival, Pt. 2
2. Survival, Pt. 2
September 22, 2001
Survival Pt. 2: The Genus doesn't give up.
Survival, Pt. 1
1. Survival, Pt. 1
September 15, 2001
#101 - Survival Pt. 1: Glen Canyon is once again ground zero for an outbreak of the Genus.
Where to Watch Alienators: Evolution Continues
Alienators: Evolution Continues is available for streaming on the FOX website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Alienators: Evolution Continues on demand at Vudu and Apple TV.
  • Premiere Date
    September 15, 2001
  • IMDB Rating
    5.6  (176)