Comet TV has been showing Space: 1999, a British import that starred Martin Landau and Barbara Bain (he passed away a few years ago; she’s now 87). In the series, an explosion blows the moon out of orbit, and with it, the people on a base on the surface. It’s a little like Star Trek Voyager, in they have a never ending supply of shuttles (called Eagles).
I’ve only seen a few episodes, so I’m not sure what to think of it some 40 years later. Here’s the theme from the first season (which changed drastically for season 2). It looks like an inside joke or Easter egg for those who know the career of the two leads. The “This episode” sections mimic what Mission: Impossible did. I find the opening introducing Martin Landau and Barbara Bain quite striking.
And here’s a mash-up of Star Trek’s “Tomorrow is Yesterday” to the same music.