|Country of origin||Canada
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||26|
|Running time||22 - 25 minutes|
Cartoon Network Europe
|Original channel||Cartoon Network (Europe)
|Original run||January 7, 2002 – 2005|
Spaced Out (known in French as Allô la Terre, ici les Martin) is a 2002 French-Canadian animated series, co-produced by Alphanim and Cartoon Network Europe, in association with several other companies and television networks. Spaced Out is a series with elements similar to that of The Jetsons, which also features a four-member family (at one time Cartoon Network produced a promo for the series with the opening music from The Jetsons synchronized with moments from Spaced Out). Spaced Out has 1 season and 26 episodes.
The series revolves around a family (called the Martins) living in a regular neighbourhood. George Martin applies for a job in the apparently monopolistic company Krach Industries. Although they do not intend to hire him, his application is accidentally blown by the wind to the heap of selected candidates. This leads to George being selected to go with his family to a space station, where they have to live as part of an experiment started by Krach. When the Martins arrive at the station, they meet other people who have also been sent by Krach to live there. To their surprise, the teacher who taught the Martins' kids on Earth is also on the station with her son. Later, they save a Russian cosmonaut who decides to live with them. And so, they continue living on the space station, occasionally having personal disputes, meeting aliens and being monopolized by Krach.
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