Life On Mars

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ABC Studios, 20th Century Fox Television, and Kudos Film and Television co-produced the remake of BBC drama Life on Mars. Executive producers are Jane Featherstone, Steven Garrett, Josh Appelbaum, André Nemec, and Scott Rosenberg.

After being hit by a car while apprehending a murder suspect in 2008, Det. Sam Tyler (Jason O'Mara) regains consciousness to find himself working as a detective in the 1970s.

ABC aired the first seven episodes of Life on Mars on Thursday night in 2008, then moved the series to Wednesday night in January 2009, airing the final ten episodes. The show finished its run on April 1, 2009. ABC decided not to continue the show and allow the producers to give it a proper ending.

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    Queensland is Spielberg's Terra Nova

    The epic television "event" has an estimated budget of $150 million, a significant proportion of which will be a boost to the economy for Queensland.

  • PETER CAPALDI IS EXCHANGING WISECRACKS FOR WISE MEN IN AN ADAPTATION OF THE NATIVITY STORY.

    Peter Capaldi lands Nativity role

  • Jason O'Mara

    Jason O'Mara

    Detective Sam Tyler

    Harvey Keitel

    Harvey Keitel

    Lt. Gene Hunt

    Michael Imperioli

    Michael Imperioli

    Detective Ray Carling

    Jonathan Murphy

    Jonathan Murphy

    Detective Chris Skelton

    Gretchen Mol

    Gretchen Mol

    Annie Norris

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    • Life on Mars

      © 2009 American Broadcasting Company
    • © 2008 American Broad casting Inc.
    • © 2008 American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.
    • © 2008 American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.
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    issues with authority, light science fiction, multiple universes, extraordinary situations, gender roles