In 1997 a great big bastard of a Red Dwarf model was built for the re-mastered project. It was too big to properly film in a motion control studio, so this ‘pencil’ model was forever immortalised in CG form in both the re-mastered project and Series VIII a year later. 14 years on, and that beautiful, detailed model will finally make it on to the screen for Series X.
So, the audience days are done and it’s time to settle into our comfy chairs and see how the painfully long wait until broadcast unfolds. Time for us to take a big info dump right onto your astonished faces.
…since Red Dwarf X had its first episode recording. Today is its last.
…since blah blah blah fuck you.
Robert Llewellyn has gone dun an Audioboo. He reveals some things about Red Dwarf X that you might want to hear (one of which could be described as a mild spoiler, as it mentions the nature of some guest characters).
…since Red Dwarf had a studio audience recording and we’re going to have to think of a different “joke” for next week, aren’t we?
…since Red Dwarf had a studio audience recording and we’re still doing this fucking joke.
Amid all the optimism about 2012 from everyone in the Red Dwarf community, it’s with a heavy heart we start off the year learning of the sad death of Jo Howard who, on the 21st October last year, was lost to cancer.
…since Red Dwarf had a studio audience recording. Amazingly, I’ve not yet woken up and it’s happening again today.