Red Dwarf X Behind-The-Scenes Production Stills

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As a whole, Red Dwarf isn’t particularly lauded for groundbreaking special effects. In fact, the science fiction sitcom is more widely known for the cheesiness of the visual side of the show. That said, two new behind-the-scenes photos of the model of the titular ship from the new series, Red Dwarf X, look damn good.


Red Dwarf X Will Air At The Same Time In US And UK

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Red Dwarf X is coming on quick. Yesterday it was finally announced that the tenth season of the British sci-fi sitcom will begin airing on Dave, Thursday, October 4th. That’s all well and good, if you live in the UK, but the declaration left a lot of fans in the United States asking when the boys from the Dwarf may land on US shores.

Red Dwarf X will premiere on Thursday, October 4th

Writer/director Doug Naylor took to everyone’s favorite short attention span social medial platform, Twitter, to address this issue. He tweeted, “They’ll be broadcast in US at same time. Check out PBS.”


New Red Dwarf X Clip Brings A Welcome Return To Form

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This fall when British sci-fi sitcom Red Dwarf makes its long-awaited return to the airwaves, it will bring with it the classic feel that fans love, and that was largely absent from the 2009 mini-series Back to Earth. A new clip from the tenth season, Red Dwarf X, demonstrates this return to form.


Red Dwarf X Finale Will Offer Answers And Feature A Spectacular Dogfight

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When British sci-fi sitcom Red Dwarf reappeared for its ninth installment in 2009 there was a sizeable gap between the events at the conclusion of season eight and the miniseries Back to Earth. It’s too much to get into right now, but fans will know what we’re talking about, and non-fans should marathon the entire series, it’s totally worth it.

The upcoming tenth series, Red Dwarf X, will clear the air around some of these loose ends, though not until the final episode of the series. Doug Naylor hinted at how the show intends to do this:

Most of the ideas are fresh but for the last episode I borrow things from the very early drafts of the film and explain what happened after the conclusion of series eight. That final episode also features a spectacular dogfight. Well, spectacular for Red Dwarf.


Red Dwarf X Episode Titles Revealed

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We’ve been waiting a long time for this, but Red Dwarf is almost back. The last time we got to hang out with Lister (Craig Charles), Rimmer (Chris Barrie), the Cat (Danny John-Jules), and Kryten (Robert Llewellyn) was 2009’s underwhelming mini-arc, Back to Earth. But the last time we got to see boys from the Dwarf doing what they do best—bumming around deep space, getting into trouble—was 1999. That, however, is about to change.

The crew of Red Dwarf returns to the BBC this fall.


Red Dwarf X Behind-The-Scenes Shots Show The Boys From The Dwarf Back In Action

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Red Dwarf fans everywhere have been quietly marking their calendars for this fall’s resurrection, Red Dwarf X. The new series will consist of six episodes, recorded in front of a live audience, so laugh tracks need not apply. The show will air in the U.K. on the eccentrically named Dave network. No word yet when we here in the States will get to see the latest adventures of Lister, Rimmer, Kryten, and The Cat. In the mean time, we’ve at least got these two behind-the-scenes shots to further fuel our excitement.

Both images were posted on Dave’s website…no, not a guy named Dave, the network named…never mind. In the first shot, “Danny John-Jules and Robert Llewellyn get up close and personal with the audience…”

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