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Red Dwarf (UK)

After a massive radiation leak wipes out the entire population of a mining ship in space, chicken soup machine repairman Dave Lister is the only living person in the universe after coming out of suspended animation after 3,000,000 years. After almost 10 Years we now have a revival on Dave see link below. Season 9 on this page does in fact relate to this.

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10x06 The Beginning Aired: Nov. 08, 2012

Hiding in an Asteroid, surrounded by a Simulant Death Ship and a fleet of Annihilators, the Dwarfers begin to wonder whether this is the beginning …

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The episode data for series 9 relates to Red Dwarf: Back to Earth, of which more information can be seen about it by going here.

Speaking on BBC Radio 2, Craig Charles confirmed that two new series were being produced, and that filming begins in January 2011.

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Series Info

Type:
Scripted
Premiered:
Feb. 1988
Status:
Returning Series
Runtime:
30 min.
Aired:
1988 - 1998
To-Date:
10 Seasons
64 Episodes
Network
BBC TWO TV Network

Character Guide

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Series Fun Facts

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  • The four main stars all have first names for surnames: Chris Barrie, Craig Charles, Robert Llewellyn and Danny John-Jules.
  • Although it is never identified as such, it is clear (at least to science fiction fans) that Red Dwarf is powered by a ramscoop, a staple technology of speculative fiction that permits…
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    Although it is never identified as such, it is clear (at least to science fiction fans) that Red Dwarf is powered by a ramscoop, a staple technology of speculative fiction that permits spaceships traveling at sufficient speed to collect sparse interstellar hydrogen atoms as an essentially unlimited fuel sources.
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  • Rob Grant and Doug Naylor were disappointed with the cheap uniform-gray color scheme that dominated the first two series. From the third series, Mel Bibby was brought in as production…
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    Rob Grant and Doug Naylor were disappointed with the cheap uniform-gray color scheme that dominated the first two series. From the third series, Mel Bibby was brought in as production designer and redesigned the sets.
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