We are delighted to announce that thanks to our distributor, MY Production, Cops and Monsters series 1 is now available on Google Play!
The show is available on Google Play in the UK, US, Canada and Australia.
Spread the word and get watching to support our show!
Once you’ve watched the first 8 episodes you can watch “Remembrance”, the opening episode of series 2, for free, below:
So far we have NINE episodes of Cops and Monsters available for you to watch, all thanks to YOU and your amazing help on our previous crowdfunding campaigns.
Episodes 1 to 8 of series 1 can be watched right now on Amazon Prime Video and Amazon Video. These episodes are available in the UK, US, Canada, New Zealand and Australia. Click here to watch them now.
“Remembrance”, the opening episode of series 2, written by Wolfblood creator Debbie Moon, can be watched for free below:
And the making of here:
As it’s now Christmas time here is the one off Christmas special, “Astrid’s Secret”, written by Roland Moore:
We’ve got 5 more scripts in place for series 2 and with YOUR help we can fund and shoot them.
Head over to our Patreon page at this link to find out more!
Cops and Monsters’ opening episode of series 2, “Remembrance”, written by BAFTA winner and Wolfblood creator Debbie Moon, has won the WRPN Global Webisode Competition for Excellence! Thank you to the judges for picking our episode!
Congratulations to the cast and crew of our amazing episode! You can watch Debbie’s episode below:
We’ll be launching the Kickstarter campaign for episode 2, written by BAFTA winner Laura Anne Anderson, on August 1st for 31 days. We hope to raise at least £3360 so we can continue our Uprising storyline!
Thank you again for all of your support!
“Remembrance”, the opening episode of Cops and Monsters: Uprising, has been selected by the WRPN.TV Global Webisode Competition!
The episode, written by BAFTA winner Debbie Moon, will compete in the competition and we’ll find out the results from July 20th.
Starring Ellen Patterson, Billy Kirkwood, Innes Anderson, Chris Bain with newcomers Stephen Purdon (River City) and Helen Cuinn, joined by Barbara Rafferty (Rab C Nesbitt) and Bill McBain (The Benny Lynch Story), the episode sees former PITS agent Maya Hedges working for a militant supernatural police force, the SPIDERS, and her first case teamed up with no nonsense SPIDERS soldier Private Colin Jack Bissett. Watch the episode below:
On August 1st we’ll be launching a Kickstarter campaign to fund and shoot episode 2, written by BAFTA winner Laura Anne Anderson.
On August 1st we will be launching a Kickstarter campaign to shoot Laura Anne Anderson’s new episode of Cops and Monsters: Uprising.
The latest episode written by Laura, her 2nd so far in the entire run of episodes, is titled “Bad Moon Rising”:
“A Monster roams a supernatural zone, mutilating and eating anyone it finds. Alexis is tormented by a vision of The Cult of Many Faces, and worries that her confinement is driving her to madness. Maya battles hostile SPIDERS colleagues and a bigoted new directive from sleazy Minister Clark in her mission to uphold the law. When an old acquaintance ambushes Maya outside SPIDERS HQ, desperately seeking her help, things go from bad to worse.
Werewolf therapist Jenny Connor is badly shaken – she was part of a programme aimed at helping supernaturals, and something has gone terribly wrong. A Monster has been unleashed – THE Monster.
Distrusting SPIDERS and with nobody else to turn to, Jenny enlists Maya and Alexis to help her find the Monster and put an end to the violence. The group travel to Zone 3, the Werewolf ghetto, to investigate.
Between the full moon, Maya’s split loyalties, The Cult’s hounding of Alexis, and a dark secret kept by Jenny, it’ll be a wonder if they make it out of Zone 3 alive.”
We’ll be attempting to raise £3360 – which will allow us to pay our cast, crew, post production, props, editing, sound design, music, makeup, catering and more – offering signed scripts, DVDs, cast photos, walk on roles in the new episode, associate producer credits, producer credits, executive producer credits on IMDb, and more. This will be our last attempt to fund our next episode. We have 5 scripts left to film – written by Simon Underwood, James T Harding, Philip Lawrence and Fraser Coull. All episodes we manage to film will be streamed on Amazon Prime US, UK and Amazon Instant Video.
If you’d like to support our new series but would prefer to pledge to us monthly you can join us on Patreon instead. Click this link to find out more.
Below you can watch all the available free episodes of Cops and Monsters. To watch the rest please visit us on Amazon Prime!
“Remembrance: Series 2 Episode 1”
“The New Recruit: Series 1 Episode 1”
“In Crimson: Series 1 Episode 3”
“Trapped: Series 1 Spin Off Minisode”
Just a little update for all of our Cops and Monsters fans and supporters!
Laura Anne Anderson, James T Harding, Simon Underwood, Philip Lawrence and Fraser Coull have all turned in their episodes for series 2. At the moment we have shot scenes from all episodes apart from episode 5. This was due to our successful crowdfunding campaign for Debbie Moon’s opening episode, “Remembrance”.
Our current plan is to raise a small amount of money either on our Drip page or Patreon. If we raise £300 then we can afford to run an extensive marketing and PR campaign to spread the word of our current available episodes and help us raise awareness of the show and funding to complete our next 5 episodes, finishing series 2. If you’d like to help us do this, then please visit Drip or Patreon to find out more.
We’ve also set up a GOFUND me page at this link to help us raise the £300 for our PR campaign.
All 8 episodes of series 1 can be watched on Amazon Prime Video HERE and Amazon Instant Video. It’s also available on Social Screen by clicking here. Our opening episode of series 1 and our spin off minisode, “Trapped” can be watched for free above.
You can also watch episode 1 of series 2, “Remembrance”, by Debbie Moon below:
We’ve also got a preview of “Bad Moon Rising” by Laura Anne Anderson which you can watch below. If you’d like to help us fund the episode please visit our Patreon or Drip pages to get involved.
Once we’ve raised the £300 needed, we can start our marketing campaign before launching our new Kickstarter campaign to raise the £4000 required to shoot our new 20 minute episode.
From episode 2 onwards we’ll be introducing Scottish actress and River City star Louise McMenemy to our cast, as werewolf activist Ava McIntyre. You can find out more about Louise’s character in her interview:
Please do keep spreading the word of the show so we can continue to make our 2nd series. With your help we can bring it to life!