'Jamie Anderson and Company do a marvellous job throughout this second box set, blending the usual social commentary with mythology to lend all the characters depth' Sci-Fi Pulse
'Terrahawks remains as daft and loveable as ever, with plenty of excitement, a dash of the grotesque and a healthy dollop or two of satire. Though the finale seems pretty climatic, we are keeping our fingers firmly crossed for a further series of launches from Hawknest. Stay on this channel!' 5 Stars. Cult Box
“Terrahawks, stay on this channel…”
Back for more, after 2015's popular release, is Terrahawks, the fondly remembered action adventure comedy originally brought to you by the men who created Thunderbirds, Captain Scarlet and Dick Spanner.
In the not too distant future, the Earth finds itself under constant threat from Zelda, a blood-thirsty android who, along with her fiendish family and monstrous creations, has established a base on Mars. The only thing standing between this evil queen and her quest for the ultimate annihilation of mankind are the Terrahawks – an intrepid band of heroes led by the stern but fair clone, Doctor Tiger Ninestein.
In this new series, the Terrahawks defence grows all the more desperate, when a terrifying new enemy joins the Androids on Mars. This new villain has a sinister connection to Queen Zelda; and together with an army of new monsters, the Earth doesn't stand a chance!
Eight episodes on four CDs, with a bonus, behind-the-scenes CD featuring interviews with the cast and crew.
Written By: Jamie Anderson, Andrew T Smith, Chris Dale, Geraldine Donaldson, Terry Adlam
Directed By: Jamie Anderson
Jeremy Hitchen (Ninestein, Hiro, It-Star [male], Hawkeye, Dick Branston), Robbie Stevens (101, Hudson, Yung-Star, Stew Dapples, Cy Splitter), Denise Bryer (Zelda, Mary Falconer, It-Star [female], Grandma Buggins), Beth Chalmers (Kate Kestrel, Cy-Star, Miss Donaldson), Nicholas Parsons (Nickel-plate Starsons), Richard James (Jeremy Vile)
Director and Producer Jamie Anderson
Executive Producers Jason Haigh-Ellery and Nicholas Briggs