Classic episodes of Mystery Science Theater 3000 have returned to Comet, every Sunday starting at 8/7C. Watch Joel Hodgson and Michael J. Nelson riff, along with Tom Servo and Crow T. Robot, on the worst B movies that have been committed to celluloid. Plus we have MST3K themed merch to give away to one randomly chosen person!
“In the not-too-distant future. Next Sunday A.D.”
Comet, the free network dedicated to science fiction and horror programming, is back with the best of the best, or in many cases, the best of the worst!
“For they shall inherit the earth…sooner than you think!”
Comet, the free network dedicated to science fiction and horror programming, is bringing more cult classics to the unsuspecting public this month.
“They’re eating her… and then they’re going to eat me… OH MY GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD!”
What?! Is that a werewolf bite?! Well if you can’t beat your inner-beast, having a drink from a limited edition Comet TV pint glass will soothe even the darkest soul.
Competition ends Sunday 5th March 2017
Comet, the newest and obviously coolest Sci-Fi TV network, is heading to the skies this month; battling the cosmos with Flash Gordon, before teaming up with Attack from Planet B to play a game of Rollerball with LL Cool J and give away yet more science fiction themed swag.
Competition ends Thursday 9th February 2017
It’s cold outside, so let Comet become your time-vacuum this winter and indulge yourself in countless hours of sci-fi/horror b-movie terror; available on television digi-networks and online at CometTV.com
“They came, swarming over the land, sucking the life from anything in their path.”
Available on television digi-networks and online, Comet is a free network dedicated to science fiction and horror programming; sci-fi adventures and shocking horror tales sure to send a shiver down your spine!
Attack from Planet B have teamed up with Comet to give away science fiction themed swag to one randomly chosen person. Free stuff? Yes please!
Deadline: Tuesday 22nd November 2016
How could a comet striking the Earth possibly be a good thing? Well, it can if you’re talking about the tiny, obscure American television channel by the same name.
Comet began broadcasting in October of 2015, so many enthusiasts are unaware of its existence.