AMC Plus has released a teaser for their new science fiction series MOONHAVEN to announce the premiere date: the series will arrive to the small screens June 30th taking viewers over to the Moon. The six episode series set in a utopian colony on the Moon that may hold the keys to preserving life on Earth, which has become increasingly perilous, will star Dominic Monaghan and Joe Manganiello! It centers on Bella Sway (Emma McDonald), a lunar cargo pilot and smuggler 100 years in the future who finds herself accused of a crime and marooned on Moonhaven, a utopian community set on a 500 square mile Garden of Eden built on the Moon to find solutions to the problems that will soon end civilization on Mother Earth. A skeptic in Paradise, Bella is sucked into a conspiracy to gain control of the artificial intelligence responsible for Moonhaven's miracles and teams with a local detective to stop the forces that want to destroy Earth's last hope before they are destroyed themselves.
LIFE AFTER LIFE SERIES
COMING TO BBC NEXT WEEK
Life After Life starts next Tuesday on BBC 2
Amazon and BBC Two's four part series LIFE AFTER LIFE will arrive April 19th, Tuesday next week to BBC Two and will then be available for streaming on BBC iPlayer based on a novel by Kate Atkinson.
In the series Thomasin McKenzie plays Ursula Todd, who is born to Sylvie and Hugh (Sian Clifford and James McArdle) one night in 1910, but dies before she draws her first breath. On that same night in 1910, Ursula is reborn and
survives. Time and time again, living and dying in different
circumstances, Ursula is reborn into a new, alternative iteration of
life once more. This compelling story follows Ursula as she navigates
each new life, through a critical era which
spans two world wars, an encounter with Hitler and major life events.
But what is it that Ursula so desperately needs to stay alive for? Can a
perfect life ever be lived? Can the course of history ever be changed?
Can Ursula save the world? What if we could live life again and again? Jessica Brown Findlay, Jessica Hynes, Patsy Ferran, Sean Delaney, Harry Michell, all star as well in the new series.
Life after Life sounds interesting. Happy Birthday, Happy Birthday, Happy Birthday!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Gattofila!Delete
Bet my husband would find Moonhaven pretty interesting. Life after life seems not bad either.ReplyDelete
We shall give both a go, methinks.Delete
Life after life sounds interesting?ReplyDelete
I think so, although the fact they moved it to BBC 2 makes me a bit scared.Delete
Both of these are a hard pass for me. They're going to trigger anxiety in two very different ways.. lolReplyDelete
Imma gonna give both a go as I love fantasy. But I have not seen a good BBC series in years.Delete
I feel like we've heard about Life After Life for quite some time now. I'll definitely give that one a watch.ReplyDelete
How was your birthday, dahlink? Did you enjoy a nice quiet day of books and tea and tasty treats?
We have indeed, and at the end they pushed it onto BBC Two which means it is not good LOL The cast is certainly terrible. BBC has self destructed itself in last two years. I used to watch tons of their programmes, now I haven't for years.Delete
I've head this about BBC Two a lot lately. I may have to pass on that one then.Delete
Not Two but the whole BBC, One included. I used to passionatelly follow their Sunday evening series, now they haven't shot anything period set and are mostly airing crime and thrillers.Delete
Wow. How can they have all that growth on the moon without a dome?ReplyDelete
You must watch and find out.Delete