Cast: Craig Charles, Chris Barrie, Robert Llewellyn, Danny John-Jules
Synopsis: In a return to the original formula, it is the four guys alone again roaming the universe on Red Dwarf. As a result, the humour returns to a more classic mix in this great set of six episodes. There is also a series conclusion which bring the whole ten series to date to a satisfying conclusion.
Cast: Craig Charles, Chris Barrie, Robert Llewelyn, Danny John-Jules
Synopsis: It is many years after the events of Season VIII, it is just the four guys on Red Dwarf once again, and Rimmer is once again a hologram. Kochanski has disappeared, presumed dead. An alien squid is inhabiting the Red Dwarf water supply, but proves to be the tool to travel to an alternate dimension. In 2009 Earth, Red Dwarf is just a TV show featuring all the characters we know and love….
Cast: Craig Charles, Chris Barrie, Robert Llewelyn, Danny John-Jules, Chloe Annett
Synopsis: The continuing adventures of the remaining crew of the mining ship Red Dwarf. However, the ship is stolen, leaving the guys in hot pursuit in the shuttle-like craft Starbug. This set sees the recurring alter egos of some of the crew, Ace Rimmer and Dwayne Dibley, and the crew gets an addition, with Lister’s love interest Kristine Kochanski joining the crew from an alternate timeline dimension.
Cast: Chris Barrie, Craig Charles, Danny John-Jules, Robert Llewellyn, Norman Lovett, Hattie Hayridge
Synopsis: A sci-fi comedy series which follows the unfortunate situation as live by Dave Lister (Charles). After being caught bringing a cat aboard the mining ship Red Dwarf, Lister is put into suspended animation. He is woken 3 million years later finding the rest of the crew dead from a radiation leak which had only now dissipated enough to support life on the ship again. He was revived by senile ships computer Holly (Lovett, before the character has a sex change and is played by Hayridge), who created a hologram to keep him company… of the man he hated most on the ship, pompous but useless Arnold Rimmer (Barrie). In addition, there is a creature that evolved from his pet cat (John-Jules), and a service mechanoid Kryten (Llewelyn), whom they meet on their travels.