Win Red Dwarf: The Promised Land on DVD | Six copies up for grabs © UKTV/Gareth Gatrell

Win Red Dwarf: The Promised Land on DVD

Six copies up for grabs

The feature-length Red Dwarf special The Promised Land has been released on DVD today – and we have six copies to give away.

Promised Land DVDLast week, UKTV announced that the 90-minute film was its biggest show of the lockdown with more than 2 million viewers watching the episode within 24 days of it launching on the Dave channel.

The DVD release also includes 55 minutes of bonus material, including a making-of documentary, deleted scenes and ‘smeg-ups’.

Written by Doug Naylor, The Promised Land reunites the original cast of Chris Barrie (Rimmer), Craig Charles (Lister), Danny John-Jules (Cat) Robert Llewellyn (Kryten) and sees the return of Norman Lovett as Holly, the ship’s computer.

The plot revolves around the race of humanoid creatures evolved from Lister’s cat in the three million years he was in suspended animation and the episode features Ray Fearon, Tom Bennett, Mandeep Dhillon, Lucy Pearman  and Al Roberts as feral cats.

To stand a chance of winning one of our copies, answer the following question by 5pm on June 9, 2020, when we will select the winner at random from all correct answers received.

Good luck! Usual terms and conditions apply.

And you can buy a copy of the DVD - which has a £19.99 recommended price – for £9.99 from Amazon

Published: 1 Jun 2020

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