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Serials or aetherwave serials are episodic series created as entertainment for, or occasionally by, the colonists. All serials must be approved by the Halcyon Holdings Corporate Board, although some are created and shown without approval.

All My Colonists: The New Immortals[edit | edit source]

A bootleg serial produced by Udom Bedford, who has not made any bits on it.

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Baking with Edna[edit | edit source]

In this time-honored culinary classic, Chef Edna gives valuable life lessons while she cooks from the Book of Approved Cakes. Learn to maintain a structured kitchen, obey your head chef, achieve a good sponge, and obey your sous-chef. Edna is the boss in her kitchen - now she can be the boss of yours!

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Broderick's Brood[edit | edit source]

An ordinary colony family daydreams of the extraordinary. While Lucia works in the factory canning processed boarst, her ham-handed husband cooks up schemes to land her a big promotion. Will that lovable fool ever learn to be satisfied with what he has? Broderick's Brood is a testament to the "Less is Success" family lifestyle.

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Byzantium In The Spring[edit | edit source]

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Juris & Prudence: After Hours[edit | edit source]

A bootleg serial produced by Udom Bedford, who has not made any bits on it.

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Space Hospital[edit | edit source]

If the walls of Orbital Hospital could talk, they'd shriek with terror. These doctors have seen it all. Zero Gee cyst lancing. Extraterrestrial teratoma. Next, on a very special episode - In order to trap a chem thief, Doctor Margrave must become a serial arsonist.

Don't forget to see "Space Hospital: Nights" for a steamy suspense.

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Space Hospital: Nights[edit | edit source]

A steamier, suspenseful version of Space Hospital.

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Terror on Monarch[edit | edit source]

In a horrifying vision of the future, the Board has been overthrown by the seditious and slovenly Savage of Monarch. Only Halcyon Helen can rescue the colony from indolence and entitlement.

An aetherwave serial with 12 episodes produced by Odeon Pictures. It stars Ruth Bellamy as Halcyon Helen and Spencer Woolrich as Chief of the Savages. In one episode, the settlement of Cascadia was shown, depicted as crawling with monsters.[1] In another episode, Halcyon Helen went down the waterfall of Fallbrook in a barrel.[2]

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The Cannibals of Monarch[edit | edit source]

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The Kindapine Grows at Night[edit | edit source]

A romance serial.

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The Masked Marketeer[edit | edit source]

A scion of Byzantium turns to banditry, and teaches his marauder companions the wisdom of free market economics.

It is an aetherwave serial drama with 38 episodes. One of the characters is the youngest daughter of a family who "always does what she's told", but then murders twelve people with a knife in the season finale.[3]

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The Space Adventures of Singularity Steel[edit | edit source]

A Board-unapproved aetherwave program, featuring a space pirate described by a fan as "dashing" and with a "heart of steel".

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True Romantic Tales of the Space Guard[edit | edit source]

New episodes of this serial are broadcast every Tuesday night.

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Virginia Yang: Girl Detective[edit | edit source]

A detective serial where one episode featured Ruth Bellamy and depicted Bertie Holcomb as the villain.

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References[edit | edit source]

  1. Felix Millstone: "Hey, I remember Cascadia from that one episode of Terror on Monarch. Crawling with monsters, it was."
  2. Felix Millstone: "I saw this one episode of Terror on Monarch. Halcyon Helen went down that waterfall in a barrel."
  3. Felix Millstone, ambient conversation with Ellie Fenhill, the Unreliable
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