Red Dwarf Season 11 Release Date


Red Dwarf season 11 premiere is an incredible science fiction parody, reunites the first cast of Chris Barrie (Rimmer), Craig Charles (Lister), Danny John-Jules (Cat) and Robert Llewellyn (Kryten) alongside a large group of visitor stars for a fresh out of the plastic new arrangement recorded before a live studio gathering of people at Pinewood Studios. The arrangement is composed and coordinated by Red Dwarf co-maker, Doug Naylor, and delivered by Richard Naylor and Kerry Waddell for Baby Cow Productions and Grant Naylor Productions.

It’s been a long hold up, we know, since Red Dwarf XI was taped toward the end of a year ago. What’s more, we know exactly how edgy you’ve been for even a bit of data about what’s in store for the Dwarfers in the forthcoming eleventh arrangement. Furthermore, in the event that you believe it’s been extreme for your parents, simply envision how troublesome it’s been for us to need to sit on this stuff for all that time.

Presumably, Red Dwarf season 11 release date is planned for the end of autumn of 2016. Currently there is no an official confirmation about Red Dwarf season 11 premiere on Bluray and DVD.


In Red Dwarf season 11 episode 1 the all-favorite cast will come back – Craig Charles, Danny John-Jules, Chris Barrie, Robert Llewellyn, Norman Lovett, Hattie Hayridge, Chloe Annett, Mac McDonald, Tony Hawks and Graham McTavish.


Red Dwarf season 11 is a six scene run that sees two of the Dwarfers’ fantasies materialize: Rimmer unintentionally spares the life of a Space Corps Captain and is elevated to Officer, while Cat requires some serious energy off from being infatuated with himself to begin to look all starry eyed at a female Cat with a mystery. Interim, Lister awakens to find an unhinged droid has stolen some of his body parts and Kryten has an emotional meltdown and considers leaving the Dwarfers for a more youthful team. The group likewise wind up in an option America where cutting edge innovation is prohibited, making both Kryten and Rimmer illicit.

Interesting Facts

  • Red Dwarf will be trailed by a twelfth arrangement, Series XII, in 2017;
  • Red Dwarf is returning. Dave as of late affirmed that it has authorized two new arrangement of the appear, for 2016 and 2017 separately, to take after on from its airing of reboots Back To Earth (informally alluded to as Series IX) in 2009 and Series X in 2012. This is energizing news. While the freshest seasons unquestionably weren’t the best that the show has created (and it’s far from being obviously true whether anything could even match up to the splendor of the initial 6 arrangement), they were positively pleasant and consistent with the extraordinary legacy of Red Dwarf;
  • On-screen character Robert Llewellyn posted a web journal in October 2013 demanding than "an eleventh arrangement will happen" and that it will be "at some point in 2014". Llewellyn later expelled the post and essayist Doug Naylor played down recommendations that Series XI was certainly happening. Naylor did however say that, despite the fact that XI hasn’t been appointed yet, he is still hopeful that it will, and that he is as yet taking a gander at scripts;
  • In January 2014, Danny John-Jules affirmed in a meeting to Digital Spy that Doug Naylor was presently during the time spent written work Series XI, and that as the show’s Series X got record appraisals for UKTV’s Dave channel and the cast have all communicated an enthusiasm for returning for Series XI, Naylor was all the while proceeding with composing XI (despite the fact that Danny and Robert had been chastised by Doug for uncovering mysteries excessively early);
  • In April of 2014 Sci-Fi Scarborough Festival, amid the Red Dwarf cast board, Danny John-Jules said that Series XI had been green-lit and dispatched by Dave, and that recording of the eleventh season would start in October 2014, with a normal telecast date of Autumn, 2015.

Promo Art

Red Dwarf Season 11 Promo 1

Red Dwarf XI And XII Announcement Trailer | Dave

Red Dwarf new series 11 & 12

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