"I'd like to share with you a few of our adventures from our spaceship, NEBULA-75..."

– Commander Ray Neptune

Nebula-75 began life as a 10-minute short, made in Lockdown conditions, for an online audience. Having previously made several TV and film productions using ‘Supermarionation’ puppets (the technique made famous by shows such as Thunderbirds), we decided to produce a film which evoked a 1960s series that never really existed, making use of any left-over puppets and props that we happened to have in our London flat. This simple short, with sets built onto the backs of bookcases, went online in April and was made to entertain an audience stuck at home during a difficult time.

The reception to this short led to the production of a further four episodes, two faux cereal commercials, and an ever-increasing fan-base who have inundated us in their thousands with emails of praise, fan-art and demands for merchandise (which we have started to produce). We're now seeking to take the show beyond its home-made restrictions into a bright new future...

  • Filmed in Supermarionation, Nebula-75 was created during the 2020 lockdown.

  • A filming crew of three people living together turned their small flat into a studio.

  • Strong viewer response has led to the production of further episodes.

  • Nebula-75’s episodes have received over half a million views across YouTube and Facebook.

  • High audience engagement has led to over 4000 YouTube comments and thousands of likes and shares, with a 15,000 member increase in channel subscriptions.

  • Featured in Radio Times, on BBC’s Front Row, and in other media outlets.

If you would like to support the Nebula-75 team in the ongoing development of the series, please consider making a donation via Paypal or pledging to our Patreon page.