Survivors - Series 1 DVD


A chilling reinvention of the unforgettable 1970's series - written by Primeval writer Adrian Hodges and based on Terry Nation's original novel. Left bewildered and numb untouched by a virus that had swept across the world destroying all but a random selection of desperate souls these are the 'lucky ones' left alive when so many died. This lonely few now have to step into a strange new world where everything that was once safe and familiar is now strange and dangerous. Among those struggling for survival are Abby a devoted mother with a missing son; Greg a loner hiding... the pain of his past; Anya a doctor who has seen too much; Al a playboy who becomes surrogate father to Najid; and Tom Price handsome dangerous and a high security prisoner before the virus hit. In the ghost cities and empty fields power water and food supplies are scarce. Just to stay alive they will have to band together utilise their talents and learn new skills. But can they all be trusted? And what new trials await those trying to rebuild a dead civilisation? [show more]

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17 April 2019
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All six episodes from the first series of the BBC science fiction drama, based on Terry Nation's novel, in which 95% of the population have been wiped out by a freak plague, leaving the remaining survivors to rebuild civilisation. Awakened into a surreal nightmare, where basic commodities such as food and water are in scarce supply, a group of disparate strangers led by Abby (Julie Graham), Anya (Zoe Tapper), and high-security prisoner Tom (Max Beesley) must put aside their differences, combine their talents, and learn to adapt to the daunting situation they now find themselves in.

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