Award-winning sci-fi series Nikola Tesla and the End of the World returns to Amazon Prime Video for Season 2 ( @teslaseries )

The award-winning, charming and quirky sci-fi series Nikola Tesla and the End of the World is returning to Amazon Prime for season two. The original series won a number of accolades worldwide and was nominated for “Best British Series” at Raindance. 
 
In the new series, two physicists and a lost boyfriend use Nikola Tesla’s multiverse device to travel through parallel Brooklyns and bring Nikola home… if they can get him out of debt and defeat an inter-dimensional death cult. 
 
Fast-paced and zany, Nikola Tesla and the End of the World puts a fresh spin on history, science, and social commentary. The series explores the intersection of science and ethics, cutting-edge scientific theories, as well as the frightening potential of powerful technology. The series has a fresh format and style, a stellar cast and 628,609 possible worlds to explore. 
 
Nikola Tesla and the End of the World is written, directed and created by Canadian filmmaker Ian Strang and stars Stephanie Sy (Netflix’s Fractured, The Grudge), Gillian MacGregor (The Stolen, Beyond), Paul O’Neill (The Guard of Auschwitz), Adam Hurtig (Cult of Chucky, JT LeRoy) and John B. Lowe (The Butterfly Effect, The Haunting in Connecticut).
 
A CBC Gem Original in Canada, the full series will also be available on Amazon Prime Video in the UK and USA.

 
Nikola Tesla and the End of the World Season Two is released on Amazon Prime Video from 4th October 2019

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