Rooster Teeth's gen:LOCK Starring David Tennant Drops Its Sixth Episode Today



Rooster Teeth's animated sci-fi series gen:LOCK, which features David Tennant amongst its talented vocal cast, drops its sixth episode today. The episode will be available from 10am CST exclusively on Rooster Teeth's online subscription network FIRST via www.roosterteeth.com

FIRST is available on a free 30 day trial but then costs $4.99 per month. However, you can check out episode 1 of gen:LOCK for free here without signing up. 

Rooted in the tradition of mecha anime, the series is set in a dystopian future where conflict is settled by battles using giant armoured robotic armour. David voices scientist Dr. Rufus Weller (aka 'Doc') in the show which centres on a group of young pilots who are recruited to control a new generation of the weaponised robots. Weller is the leader of the Experimental Science Unit and the inventor of the 'gen:LOCK' technology.

Michael B. Jordan, voices the main character Julian Chase. The show also stars Dakota Fanning, Monica Rial,  Kōichi Yamadera and Maisie Williams. The series is created by RWBY producer and head of Rooster Teeth Animation, Gray G. Haddock and is being co-produced by Jordan through his own company Outlier Society Productions. Evan Narcisse is also on board as a co-writer.

Watch the trailer below:


gen:LOCK continues Saturdays.

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