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Arctic Air

 
Title: Arctic Air
Original title: Arctic Air
Format: 35 x one hour, HD
Starring: Adam Beach (COWBOYS & ALIENS, LAW & ORDER: SPECIAL VICTIMS UNIT)
Pascale Hutton
Kevin McNulty (FANTASTIC FOUR, ARCTIC AIR)
Stephen Lobo
Carmen Moore
John Reardon (THE KILLING, VAN HELSING)
Timothy Webber
Emilie Ullerup
Directed by: Various
Produced by: Omni Film Productions

Trailer

TRAILER
Season 1 
PROMO
 
TRAILER
Season 2 
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Screener

SCREENER: Season 1, Episode 1
Out of a Clear Blue Sky 
SCREENER: Season 1, Episode 2
All In 
SCREENER: Season 2, Episode 1
Wildfire 
SCREENER: Season 2, Episode 3
Open Season 
SCREENER: Season 2, Episode 4
Stormy Weather 
SCREENER: Season 1, Episode 4
All the Vital Things 

Arctic Air

North to adventure!

Only the weather is freezing in "Arctic Air's" third season, as passions heat up the Great White North. Though sparks still occasionally fly between Krista and Bobby, the two have decided to "just be friends." With Krista taking on more responsibility and setting up a Search & Rescue (S&R) unit that also involves Bobby's full cooperation, the business is definitely taking on a new, younger, more aggressive profile.

Underlining the series' new dynamism is the introduction of two new characters, attractive Constable Lindsay Gallagher and adventurer Tag Cummins, who had a passionate affair with Krista while she was abroad. In charge of S&R, Lindsay undertakes dangerous police missions aided by Tag, whose technical skills often prove to be invaluable in the harsh wasteland far from civilization.

Season III of "Arctic Air" fuses compelling and relatable characters with adventure storylines that grip us and thrill us and make us care deeply. This remains a series characterized by heart and humor, and turbo-charged by high-octane adventure storytelling.

NEWS

  • Beta presents 200 hours of top international series and event programs in Cannes

    Munich, 22 March 2012. Beta Film is coming to the spring TV trade fair MIP TV in Cannes with a line-up of 200 hours of superior international programming, including series such as Tom Fontana’s new project Copper, Arctic Air and Grand Hotel, award-winning feature films like Hell and the Oscar nominee In Darkness, extraordinary TV movies such as Munich ‘72 and A Day for a Miracle as well as event miniseries which include Mary and Odyssey of Heroes.

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