It’s finally here! The triple-length conclusion to Dead Drift’s 16 episode run will answer many questions that have arisen during the series. What happened on Horselover Colony? Will HANNAH ever be herself again? What’s going on between Mrs. Fermi and Morris?
Described as “Red Dwarf” meets “The Office,” Dead Drift is a sometimes ribald, screwball buddy comedy in space, told by characters interacting via video communication consoles.
Logline – “The uptight Captain of a decrepit ship must work with a bumbling mechanic to survive an alien encounter and save Earth from a terrifying ancient evil.”
These two less than stellar representatives of Earth’s USSC (United Solar Space Command, the future equivalent of NASA) set forth on an expedition to survey Saturn’s moon Titan, a mission they’ve been given mostly to keep them out of everyone else’s hair. Along the way they’ll come to rely on the ship’s holographic AI HANNAH to save their asses on more than one occasion. When they get to Titan, they make a monumental discovery that makes their mission one of the most important in human history.
Dead Drift was created on homemade sets in a couple of garages in Olympia, Washington by a few folks with no money.
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