About the Series
Orbital Redux
Orbital Redux
8 episodes. TRT: ~2hrs 23min
United States
Butcher Bird Studios

The Year is 2050. Space ain’t what it used to be.

On yet another delivery mission to the moon, a washed-up astronaut gets stuck with a trainee he can’t stand. When everything goes wrong they must rely on one another to survive.

Space used to be cool. Back in 2028, Zachery “Max” Levodolinksy joined a sterling class of NASA astronauts. But a decade later NASA ran out of funding and all the hero jobs went away. Now Max is 45 years old and he’s captaining a heap-of-junk orbital tanker on a weekly Helium-3 run to the moon and back again. Rampant computer viruses mean nothing can be automated. Space-qualified pilots are still needed... but just barely.

After ten years of thankless orbital transpo, Max’s company throws a new pilot his way for training: Tomasina “Tommie” al-Qasimi. She’s 25, full of fresh enthusiasm and way too much confidence as she works to prove herself. And when the latest redux goes very, very wrong they will have to work together if they want to survive. No pressure, right?

Production Team
Production Company - A premiere full-service creative and production studio led by a team of multi-faceted creators telling stories for the world’s largest brands and studios. From live streaming and AR/VR to the latest virtual production techniques, Butcher Bird mobilizes cutting-edge technology to tell the stories of the future.Read More
Writer/Director - Steven is an award-winning director with a passion for great storytelling, world building, and exploring humanity’s relationship with technology. He has created projects for such clients as Netflix, Twitch, Amazon, Adidas, Sony Pictures, BBC America, Nickelodeon, AT&T, Electronic Arts, Boeing, MTV, and Intel. His aerospace filmmaking has been featured at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum. An expert in the latest digital and interactive filmmaking, his work has been recognized by the Telly Awards, Spikes Asia, and the LA Weekly Theater Awards. He currently serves on the executive committee of the Television Academy’s Interactive Media Peer Group.Read More
Executive Producer, Co-Creator, Showrunner - Lillian has always been fascinated by how people use new mediums to engage with content. She specializes in bringing stories to life in innovative formats and for unconventional audiences. Her genre expertise ranges from compelling content for teenage girls to speculative fiction—and as a Japanese speaker, she’s renowned for her knowledge of original manga. Whatever the story or technology, she focuses on featuring fresh voices, stories, characters and talent on screen. She produces commercial and industrial content, with clients ranging from Microsoft to Airbnb, and directs live-stream and traditional media for clients such as Twitch, Netflix, and Apple.Read More
Executive Producer - Travis Stevens is an award winning director and writer who grounds his work in real life experiences. His past includes time in the Army, work as an EMT, harvesting eye organ tissue, and positions in the entertainment industry for companies like Nickelodeon and Crossroad Films. His filmmaking skillset crosses disciplines from producing to editing and everything in between. This experience allows him to run sets energetically and efficiently, delivering jobs on time and on budget while reaching for the stars creatively.Read More
Lead (Max), Executive Producer - Yuri is best known for his work in video games (Marvel’s Spider-Man, Prince of Persia, Uncharted) and animation (Ben 10, Young Justice, Naruto), but also works in TV (Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, Hawaii 5-0), film (Any Bullet Will Do, Silver Case) and theatre (Taste, Something Truly Monstrous). He is also a producer known for the films Tumbling After and Con Artists, and the series Shelf Life (with Butcher Bird Studios), and a writer (Tough City, Voice-Over Voice Actor). He is a lifelong fan of science fiction and telling stories.Read More
Lead (Tommie) - Yasmine was born in Abu Dhabi and raised in Texas (she loves brisket and queso and says y’all a lot). Check her out as Sasha in CW Seed and New Form Digital’s original musical series I Ship It. She also played the lead in John Legend's music video “Surefire.” Previous appearances have been on The CW’s The Originals, CMT’s Nashville and Freeform’s Switched at Birth. Coming up, you’ll be able to see her on NCIS: Hawai’i. Random Facts: can parallel park the shi** out of a car, was sent to Jordan to live for a year at 13 because she was “too Americanized,” but boy, does she now love everything Texas, i.e. Dallas Cowboys, Whataburger and Shiner Bock.Read More
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