SciFi Webseries Northbound Teaser Released

SciFi Webseries Northbound Teaser Released

Entertainment site GeekNation and production company Lullskull Ltd. have released a brand new extended teaser for their ongoing sci-fi series NORTHBOUND Season 2, and you can view it here:

This teaser highlights the return of series regulars Nate Alwine as Alex, and Mike March as Wallace. It also introduces some fresh faces, actress Kaitlin Paupore as a mysterious soldier named Ghost, and actors Joe Stevens as leader of a militia known as The Firewalkers, and Phil Wentz as Danny, salvaging partner to Alex.

Made entirely in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula region, Season 1 followed a lone father, Alex, as he traveled a post-cataclysmic winter landscape, and fought savages and the mysterious force, Allied Command, all to protect his comatose daughter Crystal. Season 2 continues with Alex and Crystal falling in with a peaceful community led by Pastor Wallace, a man seeking answers as to what caused The Cataclysm. As Wallace works to maintain a cease-fire with a rival militia known as The Firewalkers, certain incidents cause the two groups to challenge the limits of their agreement and control over the North Woods.

Production on new episodes begins in the fall with an exciting 4-episode opener airing in the winter on

It is a goal of co-creators/Michigan natives Seth and Nathan Anderson to revitalize the arts in the under-represented Upper Peninsula and help boost local economies across the region. NORTHBOUND will continue to film primarily in the towns of Iron Mountain, Norway, and Houghton, Michigan. This season of the webseries will lead into a feature film titled NORTHSTAR.

Series is open to co-productions and product/brand sponsorship.

Please continue to follow the series feeds for big announcements.


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Jason Hagen, Producer
Lullskull Ltd. / “A” Street Films, LLC.
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