The debut of Fox’s highly anticipated series “Terra Nova” has been pushed back once again.
The network had planned a preview of the series 0n May 32, but it was announced on Friday that the premiere will be moved to the fall. This series has science fiction elements and it relies heavily on special effects. The quality of said special effects is the reason for the move.
“The world of ‘Terra Nova’ is visually stunning on multiple levels, and effects play an enormous part,” said executive producer René Echevarria. “Premiering in the fall will give us the proper time to create a world never before seen on television.”
The series, produced by Steven Spielberg, is one of the most ambitious projects in TV at the moment. The cost for the pilot alone is said to be as much as $20 million.
Here is the show premise from TV.com:
In the year 2149 the planet earth is a mess, most of the plant and animal life has become extinct. Scientists can’t reverse the damage but find a way to travel back to prehistoric times to save the human race.
It sounds like a really interesting story. I look forward to its premiere…whenever it happens.Tags: Fox, Rene Echevarria, Steven Spielberg, Terra Nova, TV.com