Many questions are being asked by the fans and viewers of RocketJump about the new series titled “Dimension 404“. The studio and creative genius behind the series, RocketJump has been teasing the series for about two years. Although RocketJump hasn’t revealed the Dimension 404 plot of the show or its cast of characters, we can still make assumptions of what the show will be about through the trailers and the behind the scenes teasers that RocketJump has released. The current consensus of the show is that it will be a Sci-Fi styled Anthology, meaning each episode will have no relation to the others released. Freddie Wong and Matthew Arnold, the creators of the show have said that Dimension 404 will be based of off the “404” error message of the web and the strange parts of the internet. Watch the most recent teaser of the show below:
Here’s what we know about the plot of Dimension 404:
Each episode of the show will contain a different cast of characters, plot, and may be an action, adventure, or horror-comedy flick. The show is rumored to be based on other anthologies, and the creators of the show have specifically mentioned Black Mirror as an inspiration for the show. The series will most likely be a Sci-Fi take on Black Mirror, exploring some of the most outrageous and compelling stories of this strange, hidden dimension. We expect to see many Sci-Fi characters and different exciting storylines that take you through a jog in the hidden part of reality. The Dimension 404 plot is still unknown, but some fans speculate that each episode will feature a character from Earth who some how becomes disconnected from reality through the use of a special machine that can teleport you to another dimension, in this case dimension 404. These characters will most likely be transported into the inner workings of cyberspace and have to figure out a way to escape back to reality. At this time the Dimension 404 plot is speculation and we will update this article once more information has been released about the series.
When will the show premier:
The show is set to premier on April 4th, 2017. In the most recent trailer of the show, Freddie Wong stated that the show will be released on Hulu’s platform on this date. RocketJump seems to very tight knit with their partners at Hulu and Lionsgate, releasing and licensing multiple series to the platform. RocketJump’s two other releases on Hulu were Video Game High School and RocketJump: The Show. Video Game High School garnered over 90 million views on the internet and thoroughly exceeded Hulu’s expectations. The studio has done a great job with marketing their releases and providing their fans with well thought out content. Check out the RocketJump YouTube channel here.
Pictured are the creators of RocketJump and Dimension 404.