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New Red Dwarf Series Threatened By the Twitter Era

January 20th, 2011 01:11 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

An anonymous reader writes “The announcement that the new series of Red Dwarf is likely to be shot in front of a studio audience, which hasn’t happened for the show since 1998, has made one of the show’s actors wary of the practicality of it. Commenting on his blog, Robert Llewellyn, who plays servile robot Kryten in the hit British SF comedy show notes: ‘The fear among the producers now is that it’s impossible to imagine an audience of around 400 people at the recording of a TV show like Red Dwarf, where nobody does a bit of a hint on Twitter, or sneaks a picture on Facebook or posts a bit of badly shot video on YouTube.’”

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