Moonbase 8 Official teaser released: Know more about the upcoming American comedy television series

Moonbase 8 is an upcoming American comedy television series starring Fred Armisen, Tim Heidecker, and John C. Reilly. It will premiere in fall 2020 on Showtime. Here’s all you want to know about the amazing science comedy series


Moonbase 8 Trailer

The release date of the series is not a co-incidence. The show makers have made the release date as September 12 which marks the 58th anniversary of John F. Kennedy‘s “We choose to go to the moon” Showtime has released the trailer of this comedy series showcasing three astronauts who want to accomplish a lunar mission.


Here’s a link to the trailer. Click below and watch the trailer if you haven’t yet

Moonbase 8: Release Date

There has been no official release date announced for the series yet. However, we anticipate the series to be aired by Showtime by the end of 2020. Stay tuned with us for the quickest updates.

Moonbase 8: What can be expected?

Moonbase Season 8 comprises of six and a half hour total episodes. Jonathon Krisel and Portlandia producing this dark humor series. Despite having a close resemblance to Netflix Series Spaceship Earth, Moonbase8 managed to gain a lot of anxious viewers waiting for the release. Grit your teeth and setback before the series hits our screens.

What is Moonbase 8 about?

The show is set up in e isolated desert of Winslow, Arizona at NASA’s Moon Base Simulator, Moonbase stars:

Skip (Fred Armisen),

Rook (Tim Heidecker)

and their leader Cap (John C. Reilly)

As the three astronauts struggle hard to accomplish their first lunar mission, a series of events makes it harder from them as they face many obstacles. They start questioning their own sanity and personal relations. Let’s wait for the series to be out to know more about the most awaited trio.

Finance Rewind will keep you updated through their articles. Till the time, binge-watch other Showtime specials before MOONBASE8 drops on your screens.


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