Space preps Halfire’s Aftermath

The Bell Media-owned specialty channel has set a September premiere date for the series, from Noreen Halpern's prodco.

Bell Media’s Space channel has announced the premiere date for original Canadian thriller Aftermath.

The one-hour, 13-episode series, which went into production in Vancouver in May, will premiere on Tuesday, Sept. 27  at 10 p.m. Noreen Halpern’s Halfire Entertainment produced the series, in association with Space and Syfy, which will air the series in the U.S.

Aftermath stars Anne Heche (Catfight) and James Tupper (Men in Trees) as a married couple trying to help their family survive a possible Armageddon. Levi Meaden (The Killing), Julia Sarah Stone (Wet Bum) and Taylor Hickson (Deadpool) also star. 

Aftermath  is created by showrunners William Laurin and Glenn Davis (Missing, Power Play), who also serve as executive producers alongside Craig Merritt.  Suzanne Berger and Connie Dolphin produce the series, with Tupper coproducing. Jason Stone (The Calling) directed the first two episodes, and also serves as a consulting producer.

Halfire Entertainment is also currently in production in Toronto on Alias Gracethe six-part miniseries commissioned by the CBC and Netflix.