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The Afterlife
Format Teen Drama/Sci-Fi
Created by

Jason Clark

Lori Jones

Starring Carl Rodriguez
Hannah Anderson
Lola Richardson
Mike Campbell
Daisy McTomas
Jonathon Plarn
Sara Wilkins
Ryan Davids
Annie Aders
Opening theme "Like A Prayer" by Madonna
Country of origin Ryanland
No. of seasons 4
No. of episodes 89
Production
Executive producer(s)

Jason Clark

Lori Jones

Sara Wilkins

Location(s) Southbay, Ryanland
Camera setup Single-Camera
Running time 39-42 minutes
Broadcast
Status Cancelled/Ended
Original channel

DC (2000-2003)

RBC (2003-2004)

Original run September 22, 2000 - May 17, 2004

The Afterlife was a Ryanland television drama series, created by Jason Clark and Lori Jones. The series ran for four seasons and 72 episodes, and was cancelled. It was on the Dramatic Channel for three of it's seasons and RyanTV for it's fourth and final. The story was following the lives of teenagers when they all died in a car crash and ended up living in an alternate universe, where they all know eachother. The series began September 15, 2000 and ended May 17, 2004

PremiseEdit

A group of 5 teenagers are all driving in seperate cars, until they all have a car crash. They end up dying in hospital, but they then wake up in a room, with a person telling them to go outside. So they leave the room and walk into another alternate universe. They are shocked they meet eachother. They all become friends as they all went through the same thing as eachother did. No one knows them and they aren't allowed to tell them, otherwise the world would be dissolved. Numerous of reccuring characters have been killed/ or died because of them telling their relatives. Others join them along the way.

Cast and charactersEdit

Regular castEdit

Actor Character Regular Seasons Recurring Seasons
Carl Rodriguez David Lakefield 1–4
Hannah Anderson Katie Darwood 1–4
Kaley Casper Cara Lucifer 1-3 4
Mike Campbell Jase Zanes 1-3 4
Daisy McThomas Gina Greenwood 1-4
Jonathon Plarn Oscar Richards 3-4 2
Sara Wilkins Izzie Ernest 2-4 1
Ryan Davids Jake Wright 3-4 2
Annie Aders Xendra Zarn 3-4

Season overviewEdit

EpisodesEdit

There were 4 seasons and 72 episodes of the series overall.

Main article: List of The Afterlife Episodes

DVD releasesEdit

Complete season Release dates
Region 1 (Ryanland ) Region 2 (Callumland) Region 3 (Rest of World)
1st January 19, 2004 June 9, 2004 January 16, 2005
2nd November 24, 2005 March 16, 2006 June 15, 2006
3rd May 6, 2006 July 29, 2006 December 2, 2006
4th June 15, 2007 November 10, 2007 March 2, 2008
The Complete Series August 5, 2009 November 9, 2009 December 5, 2009

Broadcast historyEdit

International

The show also aired in numerous international markets, listed here with the premiere dates:.

Country Premiere Channel
Cintree Island September 15, 2000 DCi (2000–2003)

RyanTVi (2003-2004)

CallumLand April 16, 2001 CalTV
South Bay March 7, 2001 SBTN
Ryan Islands September 15, 2000 DCi (2000–2003)

RyanTVi (2003-2004)

Bandlands May 3, 2001 BLtv
Rangentina May 7, 2001 RangeCnet.
Philipoto September 17, 2003 PPtv
Ernestist September 5, 2001 HLN
Rest of World September 17, 2000 GLOBAL TV

Ryanland RatingsEdit

Season Episodes Timeslot (RT) Season premiere Season finale TV season Rank Viewers
(millions)
Network
1 20 Friday 9:00PM September 15, 2000 May 11, 2001 2000-2001 9.05 DC
2 22 Friday 9:00PM September 28, 2001 May 17, 2002 2001-2002 8.21
3 12 Friday 8:00PM September 20, 2002 December 13, 2002 2002 7.43
4 19 Friday 8:00PM. (2003)
Friday 9:00PM. (2004)
September 26, 2003 May 14, 2004 2003-2004 5.02 RBC