Return To Jupiter

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  • 1997
  • 1 Season
  • 7.0  (45)

Return to Jupiter is an adventurous sci-fi television show produced by Chip Taylor Communications that aired in 1997 in Australia. The show followed the journey of a group of astronauts who set out to explore the planet Jupiter and discover new alien life. The series takes place in 2050 and features a top-notch cast that includes talented actors like Jeanette Cronin and Colin Moody.

The plot of the show revolves around the team of astronauts that includes Laura, Sergeant Frankie, Josh, and Max. The team is sent to explore the Jupiter system aboard the Europa One spaceship. Their mission is to search for life in the oceans that exist beneath the surface of the icy moon known as Europa.

As the team makes their way to Jupiter, they face all sorts of challenges including sabotage and unexpected issues with their ship's systems. But when they arrive at Europa, they discover that something is not quite right. Their landing is rough, and they find themselves stranded on the icy surface of the moon. They realize that there is a hostile force that is threatening their mission and they must now find a way to survive and uncover the truth behind the mysterious alien presence.

The team has to face many obstacles ranging from harsh weather conditions to ferocious alien creatures to strange and unpredictable anomalies in space. The team members work together to overcome these obstacles and make their way toward the secrets hidden beneath the surface of Europa.

Throughout the show, the audience is taken on a thrilling adventure through space as the team explores Jupiter's moons, navigates through treacherous alien environments, and works together to unravel the mysteries surrounding the hostile alien presence.

The show's production value is impressive, with high-quality special effects that bring the alien landscapes of Jupiter to life. The spaceship designs are realistic and futuristic, and the sound design adds to the immersive experience. In addition, the show's acting performances are top-notch, with each cast member delivering strong and believable performances that help to make the story come alive.

One of the most striking features of Return to Jupiter is the way it blends elements of science fiction and action-adventure. The show appeals to audiences who are fans of both genres, as it combines the best of both worlds. There are plenty of moments of excitement as the team battles against the hostile alien presence, and there are also quieter moments where the team members reflect on their experiences and the challenges they have faced. In this way, the show is able to balance its action-packed scenes with character exploration and development, making for a well-rounded and entertaining viewing experience.

Overall, Return to Jupiter is an excellent sci-fi adventure show that takes viewers on a thrilling journey through space. The show's combination of action and exploration makes it exciting and engaging, while its thoughtful character development ensures that viewers become invested in the characters and their journey. If you are a fan of science fiction, action-adventure or just quality television, then Return to Jupiter is definitely worth checking out.

Return To Jupiter is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (13 episodes). The series first aired on July 1, 1997.

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13. Terminex
July 1, 1997
The Ikarus, while towing Selby's spaceship, is accelerating on collision course with Terminex, Gerard must destroy the ship, before it strikes Terminex to prevent a disaster.
Space Pirates
12. Space Pirates
July 1, 1997
Dent leaves the children on board the Ikarus and Gerard takes Command. In the middle of the night Selby and Golvic turn up threatening to sabotage Dent's ship if the children do not surrender.
11. Comet
July 1, 1997
Selby says he will tell the crew where the fuel reserves are if they leave him at the station.
10. Ghosts
July 1, 1997
The ship has arrived at Ganymed and as the crew prepares for landing they realize that the colony has been destroyed.
Virtual Trust
9. Virtual Trust
July 1, 1997
An Asteroid named Pallas is on the same course as the Ikarus. A way out of this would be to attach the ship to the Asteroid.
8. Jettison
July 1, 1997
The Ikarus leaves Mars and sets course for Ganymed. The navigation system failed again however and the crew discovers that there is a virus in the ship's system.
7. Hackers
July 1, 1997
Kumiko and Gerard start work at the hydrogenation plant in order to investigate Selby and Golvic.
6. Moonlighting
July 1, 1997
While repairs on the Ikarus continue, Michael and Gerard go out to search for Zac, Abrahamk, the track vehicle and the robot, Quadro.
5. Demons
July 1, 1997
Michael and Gerard return to the ship with Glovic and Selby. Glovic and Selby want to help with the repair by using their High Tech computer, but they require unlimited access to all programs of the ship making Kumiko very suspicions of their true intentions.
4. Rescue
July 1, 1997
Michael and Gerard go out onto the surface of Mars to get help from a nearby hydrogenation plant.
3. Stowaway
July 1, 1997
A computer malfunction sends the spaceship off course and in a collision course with Earth.
2. Quarantine
July 1, 1997
A foreign atmospheric substance contaminates the Ikarus.
1. Shipwreck
July 1, 1997
Kumiko, Michael, Gerard, Anna and Samantha are knocked off course and hurled towards a space station.
Where to Watch Return To Jupiter
Return To Jupiter is available for streaming on the Chip Taylor Communications website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Return To Jupiter on demand at Amazon and Tubi TV.
  • Premiere Date
    July 1, 1997
  • IMDB Rating
    7.0  (45)