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Journalist David Farrier goes on a quest to small town New Zealand to find the average Kiwi. What he finds in this mockumentary series, is a lovable bunch of people who are anything but ... See full summary »
I saw the pilot video at a convention several years ago in Los Angeles. I couldn't believe they had two of my favorite actors: Carl Urban, and Walter K. I must have watched it all the way through about 6 times, I think the people at the table were watching me to see my reaction. I did get to talk with some of them. They seemed very down to earth. The show seemed very well written, I couldn't have thought up some of those lines, and I have watched sci-fi for years. The story line had me inching toward the TV. The special effects, and other visuals were awesome. When I spoke to them at the table, they said that this video although being show to everyone at the convention, was originally designed to give funders a view of what it would look like, and the look on TV would be even better than what I was already seeing. I keep checking their web site for more info on when it might be out, because I can't wait to see more. I want to see more. They also told me that they already have a large fan following, which is awesome for a show like this. I only want to see it.
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