Get ready to journey to outer space, distant worlds and dangerous locales in Sky’s new sci-fi drama Intergalactic, which follows a crew of escaped convicts as they bust out of their prison transport ship and head to pastures new.
With an all-star cast and exciting special effects, it’s a space opera worth tuning in for when it debuts on the 30th April – and now RadioTimes.com readers can get a sneak peek at the series before it airs, with series stars Thomas Turgoose, Sharon Duncan Brewster, Parminder Nagra, Imogen Daines, Oliver Coopersmith and other cast members joining us for an exclusive Q&A to share all the insider info about the series tonight.
Hosted by RadioTimes.com’s Patrick Cremona and with a mix of pre-submitted and live fan questions, the Intergalactic Q&A will take place at 7:00pm tonight (Tuesday 27th April), and will stream live on RadioTimes.com’s social media channels – Radio Times Facebook page and the Radio Times Twitter feed – this evening.
While it’s too late to send it any more questions, those that already have via Twitter and Instagram with the hashtag #RTIntergalactic may just see their questions answered on the Q&A tonight.
We’re sure it’ll be a night to remember – and based on the series synopsis, it seems like there’ll be a lot to talk about…
Written by award-winning showrunner, Julie Gearey (Prisoners’ Wives, Cuffs, Secret Diary of a Call Girl), the series tells the story of fearless young cop and galactic pilot, Ash Harper (Savannah Steyn), who has her glittering career ripped away from her after being wrongly convicted of a treasonous crime and exiled to a distant prison colony.
But on the way there, Ash’s fellow convicts stage a mutiny and seize control of their prison transfer ship. With the flight crew dead, mob leader Tula Quik (Sharon Duncan-Brewster), is intent on reaching the free world – Arcadia – with her gang; and Ash is the only pilot who can get them there. Ash is forced to join them on the run towards a distant galaxy and an uncertain future.
This high-octane drama also stars Thomas Turgoose, Parminder Nagra, Imogen Daines, Eleanor Tomlinson, Natasha O’Keeffe, Oliver Coopersmith, newcomer Diany Samba-Bandza and Craig Parkinson.