Strengthening its status as the streaming home of Cult TV in the UK, Britbox has announced that it will add Blake 7 and Original Survival to its platform.
The show, along with a selection of other vintage series and films, will join the cult-themed Out of the World collection, which already features the likes of The Prisoner, Sapphire and Steel, and the Gary Anderson show Thunderbirds and Space: 1999.
About 522 episodes of a ragtag band of rebels fighting to overthrow the oppressive Galactic Federation will arrive on September 10, and the survivors – who follow the remnants of humanity after a devastating plague wiped out 95% of the population – will follow September 17.
Both series were made by Terry Nation, creator of Derrick Hu Dalex – and Hovians will be happy to hear that two 1960s Dalek movies starring Peter Cushing (1965’s Doctor Who and Daleks and 1966’s Daleks Attack 2150 AD) will be released on September 10 in Britbox. .
Dr. Peter Cushing in the Dalek films of the 1960s. Dr. as who Photo 12 / Universal Image Group via Getty Images
The Avengers, starring Patrick McKinney, Diana Rigg and Linda Thorsson, will also join the service on the same date, with two episodes of the first season surviving plus the ammonic Emma Pill and they are available for King season streams. A selection of these episodes were briefly made available in error last month before being removed from the platform.
Joining these classic shows at Britbox could be a trio of favorite cult films – Raquel Welch, 1966’s prehistoric adventure One Million Years BC, Hammer’s 1967 Quartermas and Pitt’s version, and the 1976 sci-fi drama The Man Who Fell Earth of the Day. Boy
Britbox is the exclusive streaming home of Classic Doctor in the UK.
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