Twelve years after the much-loved but short-lived Sci-Fi series "Firefly" was cancelled, Alan Tudyk has given fans the second season they always wanted. Okay, so you won't be taking flight aboard Serenity, but "Con Man" reunites most of the crew in the best way possible.
The show follows Wray Nerely (Tudyk), a disenchanted actor who played the pilot on a show called "Spectrum." While the series was cancelled after half a season, Nerely is stuck in a science fiction hell. Acting troubles, annoying fans, and a "broken" back are just a few of the ingredients that make "Con Man" a can't-miss comedy.
Co-starring as Jack Moore, Nerely's largely successful friend and former the captain of "Spectrum," is the ruggedly handsome Nathan Fillion. Guest appearances by Sean Astin, Felicia Day, Will Wheaton, Seth Green, and Joss Whedon make "Con Man" a whirlwind of excitement for pop culture enthusiasts from all genres.
Tudyk's incomparable sense of humor shines through in every scene in a way that will have you laughing out loud. What makes "Con Man" even more special is that it was crowdfunded on Indiegogo, setting records by raising more than $1 million in 24 hours.
"Con Man" is available for viewing on Vimeo and will be the best $14.99 you spend this year.