Terrahawks Returning For Second Audio Series With Big Finish & Anderson Entertainment

Anderson Entertainment has announced a second new audio series of 'Terrahawks', Gerry Anderson and Christopher Burr’s 1983 cult TV series

Anderson Entertainment has announced a second new audio series of ‘Terrahawks’, Gerry Anderson and Christopher Burr’s 1983 cult TV series, with a deal to produce a further eight brand new episodes with production company and publisher Big Finish Productions Ltd, best known for their audio adaptations of cult hits like ‘Doctor Who’, ‘Blake’s 7’, ‘The Prisoner’ and ‘The Avengers’.

As Jamie Anderson, Gerry’s son and Managing Director of Anderson Entertainment says, “39 episodes were originally produced of this hit TV series which had over 9 million viewers each week, with development of another series underway when production ceased in 1984. The release of a box set of the new Terrahawks audio series on 3 April has done so well, and has generated so much excitement, that we’ve been commissioned to produce a second series.”

Nicholas Briggs, Executive Producer of Big Finish Productions, added: “I’m a huge fan of Gerry Anderson’s great TV shows and have always wanted to make a series based on the great man’s work. We’ve really enjoyed working with Jamie Anderson and the original cast to produce the new Terrahawks series launched earlier this month, which has produced a fantastic response from Anderson fans around the world. Terrahawks is a glorious slice of authentic Anderson, packed with larger-than-life characters, exciting stories and great, futuristic technology and we intend to make the next series even better than the current one!”

A limited number of Terrahawks Volume One, including free PDFs of genuine, historical promotional artwork and literature from the original TV series, are still available from the Big Finish website: www.bigfinish.com/releases/v/terrahawks-volume-1-1066

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