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Red Dwarf, Series 1

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Description

On board the Jupiter mining ship Red Dwarf, Dave Lister ranks 169 out of 169, lower than the Skutters, the maintenance robots. His boss is Arnold J Rimmer, an obsessive, incompetent, nerdy smeghead. While Lister is imprisoned in stasis as punishment for smuggling his cat on board, a radiation leak wipes out the entire crew. Revived after three millions years, once the radiation has reached a safe level, Lister finds his only companions are a life-form evolved from his cat and a hologram simulation of Rimmer. Aimlessly roaming the universe, this ramshackle crew of spacebums and losers encounter alien pods, mutated viruses and distorted time. Sci-fi comedy starring Craig Charles, Chris Barrie and Danny John-Jules.

Customer Reviews

Takes me back!

Great to have these on my iPhone. This was the best series, it takes me back to simplier times in my life. I was blown away when I found the show when first broadcast, and finding it on here was a bit like that again (sad that may make me!) Picture and sound quality are great as is the price. Wish more series were at this price as I would load up on them more often.

Timeless!!!!

I first watched Red Dwarf when I was a kid, watching it know on my iphone is fantastic and at this price I am going to get all 8 series.
Give it a try you will love it!!!!!!!!!!!

really enjoy the series

just want to kn ow where seasons 4-8 have gone,i love the red dwarf series and ive just started to buy them all,great british comedy but why have itunes taken series 4-8 off the store grrr