Mystery Science Theater 3000 Returns for Season 13 On Its Own Platform

Mystery Science Theater 3000

Mystery Science Theater 3000

Mystery Science Theater 3000 is one of those shows that you forget that it is still on the air and the die-hard fans love it.

Now with its upcoming thirteenth season, the space crew mocks more unbelievable-that-they-made those films with their clever and spontaneous side commentary.

Thanks to a Kickstarter campaign that raised over $6.5 million, MST3K launches the new season on its own platform with a season pass subscription service. The die-hard fans are out there in force.

Here is the official description:

As Mystery Science Theater 3000 returns for its 13th season, the Mads—Kinga Forrester (Felicia Day), loyal henchman Max (Patton Oswalt), and grandmother Pearl Forrester (Mary Jo Pehl)—introduce the show’s biggest, maddest experiment yet!

For the first time, not one, but three humans will be subjected to the bittersweet agony of watching the world’s cheesiest movies, as returning test subject Jonah Hest (Jonah Ray) shares hosting duties with the newest kidnapped Gizmonic technician, Emily Connor (Emily Marsh) and original host Joel Robinson (show creator Joel Hodgson). Accompanied by wisecracking robot pals Crow T. Robot (Hampton Yount/Kelsey Ann Brady), Tom Servo (Baron Vaughn/Conor McGiffin), and GPC (Rebecca Hanson/Yvonne Freese), our heroes will have to survive 13 new movies, 12 new shorts, and the unveiling of Kinga’s newest scheme for world domination: THE GIZMOPLEX, the first cineplex on the moon.

Will they finish the season with their sanity intact?

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Fans can watch MST3K’s new indie streaming platform called the Gizmoplex. Their website also allows watching both new and classic episodes with their virtual theater and 90’s inspired point-and-click adventure games.

To see the new season, visitors can buy Livestream events ($10 each), rent the new episodes ($8 each), or get a Season Pass for $135 that includes tickets to over 25 live stream events and a digital copy of the new season to keep.

Also, the celebration for the new Gizmoplex, all visitors can stream classic episodes of MST3K for free—on-demand and without commercials—for a limited time.

The new season kicks off on May 6 with the Gizmoplex. Its weekend of premiere screenings includes Santo in The Treasure of Dracula (May 6), Robot Wars (May 7), and Beyond Atlantis (May 8). Brand new content for MST3K is released every two weeks that include new episodes, shorts, and live stream premieres.

The Gizmoplex is available on its web portal and other apps, including iOS, Android, Roku, and Amazon Fire TV.

Check out the trailer below for more info. Let us know what you think.

Source: Mystery Science Theater 3000

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