Final Days of Planet Earth

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Not to be confused with The Last Days of Planet Earth.
Final Days of Planet Earth
Television film poster
Written by Roger Soffer
Directed by Robert Lieberman
Starring Campbell Scott
Gil Bellows
Daryl Hannah
Theme music composer Jeff Rone
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Producer(s) Micael O'Connor
Cinematography Thomas Burstyn
Editor(s) Michael John Bateman
Running time 170 minutes
Production company(s) RHI Entertainment
Distributor Hallmark Channel
Budget $12 million (estimated)
Original release October 6, 2006

Final Days of Planet Earth is a 2006 science fiction miniseries directed by Robert Lieberman and written by Roger Soffer. Starring Campbell Scott, Gil Bellows, and Daryl Hannah, the movie was produced by RHI Entertainment for the Hallmark Channel.[1]


Three years ago, a team of astronaut miners completed a daring space expedition. They embarked on their journey home, but by the time the craft returned to Earth, their commander had gone mad—taking a terrible secret with him to a heavily guarded state asylum for the insane. Today, archeologist Lloyd Walker and entomologist Marianne Winters are among a select group of people who are questioning a possible link between the tragic space mission, the mystery of the commander’s madness, and a series of bizarre disappearances and strange accidents in San Francisco. The answer arrives when they stumble upon an underground colony of insect-like creatures harvesting human bodies for survival.

Liz Quinlan, now an employee of the mayor’s office, knows all too well the secret of the aliens. She is their Earth Queen. The city's highest representatives are her consorts. With police and government officials taken over by aliens masquerading as humans, Lloyd and Marianne realize they can trust no one, except William Phillips, the one man who knows the ultimate goal of the aliens. He also holds the mysterious key to their defeat—it's in his blood. He is the commander himself—the sole mission survivor being held as prisoner. Lloyd and Marianne must find him before he becomes a victim of an unearthly experiment.




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