VIDEO: Thunderbirds Are Go Preview - "We're Still Speeding Up"



Take a first look at David Tennant's guest appearance in the animated kids' series Thunderbirds Are Go, airing this Saturday on ITV. David voices billionaire inventor Tycho Reeves, the inventor of the sound barrier-smashing Hypercar. When the first run of the inventor's newly-constructed hyperloop begins to malfunction, International Rescue must try to find a way to slow down the fast-moving ride.

In the preview clip, something has gone wrong with the Hypercar. Travelling at over seven times the speed of sound and only getting faster causes a big problem on its first journey.


Watch Thunderbirds Are Go - Hyperpeed on Saturday 9th December at 8.30am on ITV

Thunderbirds Are Go is a remake of the 1960s television series Thunderbirds created by Gerry and Sylvia Anderson that follows the exploits of International Rescue, a secret life-saving organisation equipped with technologically advanced rescue craft for sea, land, air and space rescue. Central to the organisation's work is a fleet of five vehicles named the Thunderbirds, each piloted by one of the Tracy brothers. 

The new series has has attracted a host of big names guest stars, including Emilia Clarke, Adam Hills, Alan Ford, Asa Butterfield, Kathryn Drysdale, Mark Gatiss, Ruby Wax and Togo Igawa. 









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