Mars (2016–2018)
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The story is told in a documentary way, looking at the present day. The future mission is filmed as a movie. In this episode scenes are changing in these timeframes.


Everardo Gout


Karen Janszen (story by), Karen Janszen (teleplay by) | 9 more credits »




Episode credited cast:
Hailey Abbott Hailey Abbott ... Breanna Maire Allmandinger (voice)
Addison Holley ... Victoria Mcclain (voice)
Jihae ... Hana Seung / Joon Seung
Alberto Ammann ... Javier Delgado
Clémentine Poidatz ... Amelie Durand
Anamaria Marinca ... Marta Kamen
Sammi Rotibi ... Robert Foucault
Ben Cotton ... Ben Sawyer
Olivier Martinez ... Ed Grann
Nick Wittman ... Oliver Lee
Antoinette Fekete Antoinette Fekete ... Sam
Kata Sarbó ... Ava Macon
Laurent Winkler Laurent Winkler ... Flight Director Mission Control
Sara Martins ... Louise Varda
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mirjam Novak ... IMSF American Member


In 2033, the first human mission to Mars enters the planet's atmosphere, but the Daedalus crew faces a life-threatening emergency when the ship's landing system goes offline. The crew's commander risks his life to fix the problem as Mission Control monitors back on Earth. Interwoven within the drama, in current day, SpaceX is attempting to land the world's first reusable rocket to pioneer the critical technology that will help humans reach Mars.

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Release Date:

14 November 2016 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Erfoud, Morocco See more »

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Imagine Entertainment See more »
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2001 A Boring Oddyssey
11 June 2017 | by Johnny_WestSee all my reviews

I bailed out 17 minutes into this boring docudrama. This show makes the most boring moments of 2001 A Space Odyssey seem exciting. It was a big rip of the most boring tech moments of 2001 A Space Odyssey, Alien, and a few other movies.

I turned it off at the point one of the astronauts is floating around in a hallway trying to take apart the panels of the ship in order to fix some wiring. Really?? Even in 1968, the space ships were more advanced. Star Trek and Lost in Space were more advanced. This looked like a B movie space ship from the 1950s.

Having a monotone voice narrating most of the scenes for the sake of the "docu-drama" cred only made it ten times more boring. Dialogue like "Johnny promised us the technology, and he delivered." Blah Blah Blah, show us the technology. A wall full of air conditioning filter panels is not going to get anyone to Mars.

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