News Roundup

Online happenings and US releases.

2 October, 2020

These last few months have been a busy time. With a brand-new three-part retrospective documentary, the return of Quarantine Commentaries, and a brilliant performance from the Rob Grant and Paul Jackson produced Lockdown Theatre (check out the review in The Independent), we thought it was about time we scoured the internet to find some events that you might not have heard about or deserve revisiting.

First up is Chris Barrie, who is following in the footsteps of Danny John-Jules with an online appearance at Em-Con. If Danny's comprehensive three-part interview was anything to go by, you can expect a mixture of personal and professional tales that dig deep into the career of our favourite hologram. As a regular Dimension Jump guest, Chris is always a captivating raconteur and we look forward to hearing what he has to say. The event will take place this Sunday at 8pm, and you can find more details here.

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Over on our YouTube channel, the Quarantine Commentaries are a continuing hit. This Sunday at 2pm Rob, Paul and Ed will be covering Timeslides, with a super-secret, extra-special guest. And no, before you ask, it's not Adolf Hitler. Then, on Sunday the 11th October, they will be concluding their run of Series III with The Last Day. With guests, so far, including Arthur Smith and Alan 'Rocky' Marshall, and topics ranging from behind the scenes trivia, to eyebrow-raisingly salacious golf course gossip, and Ed's occasional mention that Series III was sometimes a little difficult to make, we really are enjoying these commentaries. Long may they continue.

In stateside news, we're delighted that The Promised Land is now available on DVD and Blu Ray in the USA. As this fan pointed out, the US release really has been a long time coming and we can't wait to hear what fans across the Atlantic thought of the feature length special, so do let us know over on Twitter.

And what kind of news roundup would this be if we didn't tell you exactly where you can find your Red Dwarf fill? You can of course still see the entire Red Dwarf: The First Three Million Years on UKTV play, alongside Series X, XI, XII and The Promised Land, and Series I-VIII are also available from a multitude of streaming services including Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Apple TV. Of course, you might prefer your Red Dwarf delivered by Blu Ray or DVD, well we can help you out with that too.

Come back soon for more Red Dwarf news, features and interviews.

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