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December 8, 2006
FROM IMPOSSIBLE PICTURES FOR ITV1
PRIMEVAL: Begins on Saturday 10 February 2007 on ITV1
Picture shows: Abby Lister [HANNAH SPEARRITT] and Rex.
Picture caption: PRIMEVAL Douglas Henshall, Hannah Spearritt, James Murray, Ben Miller, Andrew Lee Potts and Juliet Aubrey go pre-historic as ITV1 sinks its teeth into sci-fi.
A crack team of scientists headed up by world renowned evolutionary scientist Professor Nick Cutter [DOUGLAS HENSHALL] are recruited by the government to investigate a series of dinosaur sightings. From a Gorgonops rampaging through the local woods, to a swarm of Megarachne in the tunnels of the London Underground, they find themselves doing the monster mash with some seriously beastly opponents.
Long extinct creatures are tearing through a series of rips in time, and as the seemingly impossible becomes a terrifying reality, Cutter and his research assistant Stephen Hardy [JAMES MURRAY] struggle to find answers. Enlisting the help of zoologist, Abby Lister [HANNAH SPEARRITT], and student palaeontologist Connor Temple [ANDREW LEE POTTS], the four work to uncover the secrets of the temporal anomalies.
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