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Sci-Fi Series NOBILITY Launches on Amazon

NOBILITY

NOBILITY Launches Sci-fi Genre
Into a New Frontier on Amazon 

(Los Angeles, CA) – Executive Producer E.J. De la Peña’s Cowboy Errant launches their sci-fi dramedy, NOBILITY, today on Amazon – bringing with it a fresh direction to the sci-fi genre.

“For more than fifteen years, science fiction storytellers have been obsessed with post-apocalyptic fiction,” De la Peña says. “But fans have been craving something familiar while revolutionizing the way we experience the genre.”

Enter NOBILITY. Heralded as “Firefly” meets “The Office” with a “Star Trek” twist, the series showcases unlikely, quirky heroes who, at times, can be anything but noble.

“It’s a whole new universe,” explains De la Peña. “The characters are nuanced and the drama complements the intelligent comedy, perfectly.”

De la Peña and members of the cast and crew behind NOBILITY will be at booth 1949 during San Diego Comic-Con, July 20-23, 2017.

 

ABOUT NOBILITY
Produced by Cowboy Errant, NOBILITY takes place 700 years in the future as Humanity’s failing government tries to show what it has to offer by doing a documentary on its flagship, the C.A.S. Nobility – Humanity’s most powerful starship with a crew that’s well, anything but noble. However, while these aren’t the heroes they were looking for, they may be the heroes Humanity needs.

Learn more at: www.nobilityseries.com
 

ABOUT COWBOY ERRANT
Cowboy Errant is dedicated to creating high-quality science fiction content – the kind of content that audiences crave but hardly ever see. By organizing with the fan community via social media, Cowboy Errant works with fans to create the products that they want to see. “Are you ready to joint the Revolution?” For more information, go to: www.cowboyerrant.com

(c) Copyright 2017 – Cowboy Errant Pictures. – All rights reserved. 

 

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  • John Summers

    I cannot seem to find an episode 4 of this one and cannot find any further information. Was it cancelled?

    • They have been at San Diego Comic-Con for the past three years with completed episodes and still trying to find a distributor for this series. I’m guessing they only filmed these three episodes a while back, and there may not be any more unless it’s a major success on Amazon and they make enough money to justify/fund making more.

      • John Summers

        They should approach Netflix too… Would increase their odds.