Cloud 9 have made an official fanpage for The New Tomorrow! – Yay! Be sure to head on over to Facebook and add a like to the page…
With any luck there’ll be DVD’s for the series made for fans of the show, as well as for those who never had the opportunity to watch the spin-off series for The Tribe.
Also there are a few updates on the official website for The New Tomorrow. If you are interested in buying the series on DVD, you can email Cloud 9 (the creator of the series) at: firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “The New Tomorrow on DVD” and let them know you would be interested in buying the series.
Five in the UK are launching their brand new high definition TV channel tomorrow! Exclusive to Sky HD subscribers, you can get Five HD on channel 171.
And guess what, the first ever programme to broadcast on the new Five HD channel is… The New Tomorrow!
The channel are not broadcasting the series from the beginning, they will be showing the same episode that is being broadcast on the normal non-HD channel Five at 5:10am. But hey, well done to Cloud 9′s The New Tomorrow for getting to be the first ever show to be broadcast on Five HD.
The New Tomorrow will be one, of a few, handful of shows being broadcast on Five HD as it was filmed in HD. The channel will only broadcast shows that are available in HD as they appear on the normal non-HD channel.
Maybe they will show the series again from the beginning on Five HD to fill in the large gaps in between their broadcast schedule?
For the latest UK broadcast schedule for The New Tomorrow, click here.
In a weird move the channel Five in the UK are repeating The New Tomorrow series at around 5am in the morning!
With thanks to Michael for the info.
So, if you are wanting to finding out what the children got up to way after The Tribe series ended, check it out. Or maybe you are a fan of Lara Custance from Paradise Cafe – you might want to tune in to see her work prior Paradise Cafe.
Set your PVR/Sky+/other recorder. Or wake up early if you want to watch it! Check out TVguide.co.uk for listings.
Check out the awesome piece of fan art above from a fan of The New Tomorrow. The artists name is Joshua, from Australia and it has been drawn by hand. Click the pic to check out a larger version of it and to visit Joshua’s site.
From his site…
I’ll be thoroughly surprised if anybody knows of AND likes this 26-episode New Zealand Series which first aired in 05. It’s called The New Tomorrow and I like it.
Well, there are quiet a few TNT fans out there, so you’re not alone Josh!
If you are also a fan and have anything you’d like up on this site, then do get in touch! You can e-mail me at email@example.com – cheers!
Felicity Milovanovich, who was Zora in The New Tomorrow, was recently performing on stage with the Long Cloud Youth Theatre in their production of The Crucible. The production ran from June 26th to 28th at the Brierley Theatre – Wellington College. Read more > > > [...]
The New Tomorrow is currently being repeated on Australian TV channel 7 (Seven) on Saturday’s at 10.30am. As well as the normal TV channel ’7′, the series will also be shown at the same on 7HD, so viewer’s with high definition capabilities can view The Ants, Barbs and Privs in high detail!
It’s interesting to see the series is still broadcasting in 2009!
Wahey a new New Tomorrow post for 2009! Here’s an autographed postcard from Rafe Custance, Lara Custance’s brother, who played Dan in TNT. With thanks to Scott for supplying the scan, he won the autographed card in competition on The New Tomorrow website back when it was up and running. Cheers for the scan dude
If you look, the ‘F’ in ‘Rafe’ is curly so it kinda looks like he wrote ‘RAPE’, I assure you it says ‘RAFE’…
It’s never too late to contribute anything to the section. If you have anything TNT related you’d like to add, feel free to e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org – thanks.
Remember The New Tomorrow? Well sorry to bring it up if you’re trying to forget all about it… [...]
Lara Custance who played Harmony in The New Tomorrow is currently on the BBC’s Paradise Cafe. Check out some exclusive pics from the series!
Nick Fenton, star of The Tribe’s spin-off The New Tomorrow as Sky, has been getting some great reviews in his theatre role as Ronnie Winslow. He is sharing the role of Ronnie with Felix Sampson. [...]