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Peacekeepers, an Intriguing New Sci-Fi Webseries With a Female Protagonist

Peacekeepers – 01 – The Long Way Down from Peacekeepers NYC on Vimeo.

The production behind Peacekeepers has a Kickstarter going, and apparently the second episode is going to have Cecil Baldwin as a guest star. On top of that, I’m pretty intrigued by their concept, co-created by star Maria Makenna.

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  • Travis

    Not a Farscape spin-off. I am disappointed. :(

  • Anonymous

    Eh. The acting’s not all that, the video game theme it has going is annoying and it’s really kind of preach-y. I knew the date was a bad guy – or at least, the antagonist – pretty much immediately, too. All in all, it’s okay, and I think I’ll keep watching, but it’s not groundbreaking, female protag or no.

  • Calum Syers

    Farscape was the first thing I thought of, too.

  • Anonymous

    I’m really intrigued by this. Sure, the bad guy date wasn’t a shocker, but I’m not sure it was supposed to be. But it did get me interested enough to seek out more information.

  • Anonymous

    Yeah, I don’t really mind that the date wasn’t a shocker so much as the fact that the acting is really mediocre for the lead actress – not to mention her blonde friend. And the preachyness on religion is a bit much, as is that weird video game thing it has going on. I will admit, however, that I am intrigued about this He that seems to know what’s going to happen before it does and why he doesn’t use it for bigger things as well as the ‘smaller’ stuff (not that I’m saying that guy who died on the hot dog was small, but you get my meaning I’m sure), and where he gets all that money.

  • Anonymous

    I had some of the same thoughts. The acting reminded me a lot more of stage plays, where things can’t be as subtle as film audiences expect (because of the distance between actor and audience). The religion preachiness was kind of awkward (I’m an atheist, but I appreciate that religion has value.), but it seems like it’s part of the Bad Guy Date’s motivations.

  • Anonymous

    It seems to me, they could have slipped it in subtly, rather than bashing us upside the head with it.