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== Argumento ==
DG ([[Zooey Deschanel]]) es una camarera en un pequeño pueblo de Kansas que siente que no encaja ahí y tiene sueños acerca de una mujer de ojos claros (Anna Galvin) que menciona que una tormenta va a llegar. Sus visiones toman sentido cuando la bruja Azkadellia ([[Kathleen Robertson]]), tiránica gobernante de O.Z. (Other Zone), envía a su soldados Longcoat a través de una tormenta a matar a DG. DG escapa de ellos a través de la propia tormenta y acaba aterrizando en O.Z. donde conoce a Glitch ([[Alan Cumming]]), una persona cuyo cerebro ha sido parcialmente quitado por Azkadellia, y Wyatt Cain ([[Neal McDonough]]), un antiguo policía (también conocidos como Tin Man) que había sido encerrado en una traje de hierro por años como castigo por oponerse a Azkadellia. Al trío se incorpora un Visionario llamado Raw (Raoul Trujillo).
 
DG además recibe un símbolo mágico en la palma de su mano y descubre que sus padres en Kansas eran androides y que su auténtica madre es la mujer de ojos claros de sus sueños. Al visitar al Mystic Man ([[Richard Dreyfuss]]) en Central City y después en la Northern Island, el grupo descubre que Glitch fue consejero de la Reina de O.Z. y que DG y Azkadellia son hermanas, hijas de la Reina. Además de recordar como Azkadellia la intentó matar usando magia negra cuando eran pequeñas, pero su madre la revivió con luz mágica y le dio instrucciones secretas para pararla en el futuro con la Esmeralda del Eclipse.
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Azkadellia confronts the group with her Longcoats and mobats, capturing DG and Raw. Cain fights the Longcoat captain Zero ([[Callum Keith Rennie]]) and learns that his wife and son, whom he thought Zero had killed, are still alive. Zero shoots Cain, sending him falling into a lake of ice.
* '''[[Anna Galvin]]''' como "'''Lavender Eyes'''", reina de O.Z. y madre de DG y Azkadellia.<!-- At the start of the miniseries she has been usurped by Azkadellia and is being kept in a magical prison. -->
* '''Blu Mankuma''' como '''Tutor'''<!--, DG's former magic teacher and a [[shapeshifter]] who can take the form of a small dog. In this canine form he is referred to as '''[[Toto (Oz)|Toto]]''', in reference to the dog of the original ''Oz'' stories. -->
* '''[[Neal McDonough]]''' como '''Wyatt Cain''', el "''Tin Man"'' (hombre de lata) al que hace referencia el título. Es un antiguo defensor de la ley, fue encerrado en una sarcófago de metal como castigo a oponerse a Azkadellia. Su rol es análogo al Hombre de hojalata.
* '''[[Callum Keith Rennie]]''' como '''Zero''', capitán de los soldados Longcoat de Azkadellia.
* '''[[Kathleen Robertson]]''' como '''Azkadellia''', antagonista principal. Bruja malvada que domina el mundo de O.Z. '''Alexia Fast''' interpreta a la joven Azkadellia. El rol de Azkadellia es análogo a la Bruja Malvada del Oeste.
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==Production==
[[RHI Entertainment]] and the [[Sci Fi Channel (United States)|Sci Fi Channel]] spent $20 million in the creation of the ''Tin Man'' miniseries, with [[Robert Halmi, Sr.]] acting as the lead producer.<ref name="USAToday">{{citecita web |url=http://www.usatoday.com/life/television/news/2007-11-28-tin-man_N.htm |title=We're off to see the 'Tin Man' miniseries |first=Gary |last=Levin |work=[[USA Today]] |date=28 de noviembre de 2007 |accessdate=23 de enero de 2009 }}</ref> Sci Fi executive Dave Howe noted that the companies felt such classic stories as ''The Wonderful Wizard of Oz'' "deserve[d] to be re-imagined for a new generation."<ref name="USAToday" /> The script used for the creation of ''Tin Man'' [[Remake#Reimagining|reimagined]] ''The Wizard of Oz'' by creating new characters and adding elements of [[science fiction]], [[fantasy]], and [[steampunk]] to the narrative while making many [[allusion]]s to the original story.<ref name="tin man previewed">{{citecita web| last = White| first = Cindy| title = Tin Man Previewed| work = Sci Fi Wire| publisher = [[Sci-Fi Channel (United States)|Sci-Fi Channel]]| date = 2 de julio de 2007| url = http://www.scifi.com/scifiwire/index.php?category=2&id=42220| accessdate = 22 de enero de 2008}}</ref><ref name="USAToday" />
 
Nick Willing was chosen as the director for the piece. He brought with him his experience in directing the 1999 reimaging of ''[[Alice in Wonderland]]'', and noted that it wasn't his intention to have it be ''[[The Wizard of Oz (1939 film)|The Wizard of Oz]]''. They set out to use the sci-fi elements to completely change the story. As Willing speaks about the character's reflecting on the originals, he notes that, "the witch is now running things, Toto is working for her, and Dorothy doesn't even know she's Dorothy."<ref name="USAToday" />
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==Reception==
According to [[Nielsen Media Research]], the first night of the miniseries averaged more than 6.3 million viewers during its timeslot, making it the most-watched telecast in the network's history and the top rated cable miniseries of 2007.<ref name="www.reuters.com">{{citecita web| first=Kimberly| last=Nordyke | title="Tin Man" is gold for Sci Fi Channel night.|publisher=''[[The Hollywood Reporter]]''|accessdate=9 de diciembre de 2007|url=http://www.reuters.com/article/televisionNews/idUSN0345332320071204}}</ref><ref>[http://web.archive.org/web/http://www.multichannel.com/article/CA6509189.html Sci Fi Follows Tin Man on Record Viewership Road] from multichannel.com</ref><ref name="EmmyNoms" /> The second part average 4.4 million viewers, and the final part had 5.1 million.<ref>[http://www.reuters.com/article/televisionNews/idUSN058802220071206 Sci Fi's "Tin Man" recovers from ratings dent] from [[Reuters]]</ref><ref>[http://entertainmentnow.wordpress.com/2007/12/07/tin-man-finishes-off-strong-most-watched-program-in-sci-fi-history/ ''Tin Man'' finishes off strong, most watched program in Sci Fi history - December 7, 2007] from ''Entertainment Now''</ref>
 
''Tin Man'' was a [[Critics' Choice Award]] nominee. It was nominated for nine [[Primetime Emmy Award]]s in 2008 including the Outstanding Miniseries category and multiple categories related to films special effects, costuming, editing, and sound editing.<ref name="EmmyNoms">{{citecita web |url=http://www.foxbusiness.com/story/markets/industries/media/rhi-entertainments-tin-man-earns-emmy-awardr-nominations-academy-television/ |title=RHI Entertainment's 'Tin Man' Earns Nine Emmy Award(R) Nominations from the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences |publisher=[[Fox News|Fox Business]] |date=18 de julio de 2008 |accessdate=23 de enero de 2009 |urlarchivo=http://web.archive.org/web/http://www.foxbusiness.com/story/markets/industries/media/rhi-entertainments-tin-man-earns-emmy-awardr-nominations-academy-television/|fechaarchivo=29 de noviembre de 2015}}</ref><ref>{{citecita web |url=http://cdn.emmys.tv/awards/2008pte/60thpte_nomssum.php |title=2008 Primetime Emmy Nomination Summary |publisher=[[Academy of Television Arts & Sciences]] |accessdate=23 de enero de 2009 }}</ref> Of those nominations, it won only one award, for "Outstanding Makeup For A Miniseries Or A Movie (non-prosthetic)".<ref>{{cite press release|url=http://cdn.emmys.tv/downloads/2008/CTA08winners_pressrel.pdf |title=60th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards |publisher=[[Academy of Television Arts & Sciences]] |date=13 de septiembre de 2008 |accessdate=23 de enero de 2009 }}</ref>
 
''[[Variety (magazine)|Variety]]'' called it a "semi-surreal adaptation of ''The Wizard of Oz'' stitched together from bits of ''[[The Matrix]]'', ''[[Blade Runner]]'', and ''[[Snow White]]'' to create a brooding fantasy that&nbsp;— understandably given the variety of influences&nbsp;— proves a bit of a mess" and whose "look and action sequences don't fully deliver the goods" to the "target audience of [[fanboy]]s and their imaginary girlfriends."<ref>[http://www.variety.com/review/VE1117935540.html Review of ''Tin Man''] from ''[[Variety (magazine)|Variety]]'' magazine</ref> [[Tom Shales]] of ''[[The Washington Post]]'' called ''Tin Man'' a "hopeless opus" whose "pacing is largely funereal"; he said Deschanel's portrayal of DG was "saucy and captivating", complimented the "superb, rousing and romantic musical score by [[Simon Boswell]]" and characterized the "junky, clunky look" of the special effects as "fitfully spectacular".<ref>[http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/11/30/AR2007113002447_pf.html Sci Fi's ''Tin Man'' Plods On the Yellow Brick Road] a ''[[The Washington Post|Washington Post]]'' review</ref> ''[[USA Today]]'' gave the film 2½ stars out of 4, comparing its "bleak, violent, unyieldingly unpleasant revisionist outlook" to the network's [[Battlestar Galactica (2004 TV series)|reimagined ''Battlestar Galactica'']]; the review concluded: "Ambitious and intriguing though it may be, ''Tin Man'' is simply too long, too grim and too determined to impose a ''[[The Lord of the Rings|Lord of the Rings]]'' universe-saving quest on top of a simpler, gentler story."<ref>[http://www.usatoday.com/life/television/reviews/2007-11-29-tin-man_N.htm If ''Tin Man'' only had a lighter tone, less hostility ...] from ''[[USA Today]]''</ref>
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