The ship's outer hull has publicity advertisements of three brands: Dragón Feliz (apparently a Chinese restaurant), Mirinda (a PepsiCo soda sold in Spain, discontinued in the 1980s) and Orange (a telecommunications corporation). Orange also takes care of the ship's communications with Earth: In every video-conference, Orange logo is visible and a prerecorded message mentions Orange when the conversation ends. See more »
Great mix of Sci&Fi and Comedy Alex De la Iglesia do it again.
The series is about a crew that is send in the search for an habitable planet and is the only hope for earth.
Each character is funnier than the other, special mention for the captain play by Antonio Gil and the goofy and hilarious Querejeta play by Carlos Araces (the last circus,Balda Triste De la Trompeta) and the touch of beauty is deliver by a sexy android play by the astonishing Carolina Bang (The Last Circus,Balda triste De la Trompeta).
A very original yet classic take on Sci&Fy and humor.The kind of humor is absurd sometimes dark.
Very clever writing and spoofs of space shows and films.
About the general rating don't mind it in Spain they didn't appreciate it or something like that. I have notice that they are too sever in regard of there own films .
If you like the mix between Scy&Fy and comedy this is what your looking for just try it and you will love the characters and have great fun.
Because I was not expecting much dew to the rating and because De la Iglesia as always delivers 10/10.
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