When the dysfunctional government, the Confederate Alliance, decides to create a documentary of the flagship, Nobility, political turmoil results as it becomes apparent that the crew of the Nobility aren't the heroes they were looking for - but they may be the ones humanity needs.
You start watching and the cast are actually fairly successful actors - well some of them at least. If you've seen other sci-fi series like Star Gate, Star Trek, The Expanse, The Strain etc...You'll be familiar with a lot of the cast.
The problem is that the budget seems to have gone into that cast almost entirely. The set is comparable to what they used in the 60s. The special effects about 15 years old I'd say, or well of that quality at least. I.e a good kid with a computer and time can probably pull something better off nowadays.
The acting is alright I suppose but the camera angles and the writing of the show is not. The jokes seem very forced and there's just too many clichés. When the show starts you think you're watching a parody, which is alright - but you're not. And then it's not alright all of a sudden.
But the worst thing is the apparent bad use of green screens and the HORRENDOUS BEAUTY FILTER. Seriously the entire thing is shot with a beauty filter which makes EVERYTHING look slightly smudged out. It just blows my mind how you can do this.
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