Mystery Science Theater 3000 (abbreviated as MST3K) is an American television comedy series created by Joel Hodgson and produced by Alternaversal Productions, LLC. The show premiered on KTMA-TV (now WUCW) in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on November 24, 1988.
Mystery Science Theater 3000 (MST3K) is an American television comedy series created by Joel Hodgson and produced by Best Brains, Inc. The show premiered on KTMA (now WUCW) in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on November 24, 1988.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: February 1, 1997: January 31, 2004: Best Brains, Inc., Comedy Central, Syfy Sci-fi, Comedy Futuristic comedy about a man and his robots who are forced to watch cheesy scifi films. Naked Vegas: October 29, 2013: December 3, 2013: Reality Body painting competition. Nightflyers: December 2, 2018: December 13, 2018
Mystery Science Theater 2000. By John Simon. Revenge of the nerd: Left to right, James Naughton, Patricia Kalember, and Erik Jensen in Y2K. Photo: Joan Marcus.
Mystery Science Theater 3000 (1988–1999; 2017–2018) is an American TV show that mocks bad movies by riffing on their strange characters, absurd settings, and silly plot twists, interspersing erudite cultural quips with schoolboy jokes and general zaniness.
(Redirected from Mystery Science Theater 3000 video releases) Mystery Science Theater 3000 is an American TV show which aired between 1988 and 1999, and began a new series in 2017. This page summarizes video tape and DVD releases of episodes of the show.
Over its run, Mystery Science Theater 3000 has seen the arrival and departure of various characters. It also featured many recurring guest characters. Below is a listing of both the main characters and the recurring characters from the series.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Movie was released on April 19, 1996 in only 26 cinemas. Still, in its opening weekend, the film grossed $206,328, a $7,935 per theater average. It went on to gross $1,007,306. Critical reception. The film received generally positive reviews from critics.
When I was a kid back in the 90s I absolutely loved the show Mystery Science Theater 3000 and wasted away numerous Saturdays watching it on the SciFi Channel. Thing is, I also have a distinct memory of watching reruns of an older version of the show entitled Mystery Science Theater 2000, that was released before they renamed it 3000.