A young and inexperienced crew venture into space to face mysterious clouds, folds in time and the occasional alien attack, as well as more household challenges.


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Series cast summary:
Trace Beaulieu ...  Art 8 episodes, 2015
Neil Casey ...  Kent Woolworth 8 episodes, 2015
Eugene Cordero ...  Michael Newman 8 episodes, 2015
Joel Hodgson Joel Hodgson ...  Zalian Fletcher 8 episodes, 2015
Conor Leslie ...  Natasha 8 episodes, 2015
Bess Rous ...  Karen Lipinski 8 episodes, 2015
Karan Soni ...  Stewart Lipinski 8 episodes, 2015
Milana Vayntrub ...  Tina Shukshin 8 episodes, 2015
Sherry O'Connor Sherry O'Connor ...  Art Puppeteer #2 7 episodes, 2015
Sarah Baker ...  Alien 3 episodes, 2015
Björn Gustafsson ...  Ted 2 episodes, 2015


It is the year 2105... a young, inexperienced and highly flawed crew embarks on a routine exploratory space mission. Suddenly, their ship, the UMP Cruiser, is drawn through a portal into a different, mysterious universe. With no maps, no contact, and no way back home, Captain Stewart Lipinski, First Officer/Stewart's-Older-Sister Karen Lipinski and their crew have to learn to work together, all while dealing with mysterious space clouds, food and fuel shortages, robot rebellions, folds in time, and the occasional alien attack.

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Yes, endure the first episode and then move on.
7 May 2015 | by roycelerwickSee all my reviews

The reviewers who claim this is boring and not at all funny apparently don't understand that its sort of the point. This is farce. It is not belly-laughing, joke-telling, and gag pulling. It's a crappy SciFi series. That's the joke. Having said that, the ensemble doesn't really kick in until towards the end of the second episode, and of course, when Joel Hodgson and Trace Beaulieu start having scenes together, that's instant ensemble and instant comedy--some serious laughs are in there, trust me. And some good character development and quirky plot twists. I can't give examples or I'll be banned and heavily fined. When I rated this, I penalized the first episode which was a rather perfunctory exposition on the characters and premise. It's the part of the disaster movie where you're forced to welcome and identify with a bunch of characters who are going to get blown up later on, so you really want to hit FF and get to the explosions. But it serves a purpose, so I guess it had to be there.

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