7.3
76 votes
Thunderbirds Are Go!

Thunderbirds Are Go!

CITV 2015

In the 21st century Jeff Tracy creates a unique emergency response team: International Rescue. Equipped with special vehicles that enable the organization to react to any crisis, whether it be anywhere on earth or in space. Jeff's five sons operate the Thunderbirds 1 to 5 with help from engineer Brains and Kayo the pilot of Thunderbird Shadow. Lady Penelope and chauffeur Parker are the hands on intelligence team on the ground. Together they save anyone in need, while trying to find and capture the terrorist know as the Hood.

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The 10 Best Episodes of Thunderbirds Are Go!

Thunderbirds Are Go! - S3E25

#1 - The Long Reach (1)

8.73

Season 3 - Episode 25

International Rescue attempt their most difficult mission ever while defending Tracy Island from a dangerous assault.

The episode was rated from 15 votes.

Thunderbirds Are Go! - S3E13

#2 - SOS (2)

8.42

Season 3 - Episode 13

Gordon travels in Thunderbird 4 to recover Braman but discovers that the Chaos Crew have gotten to the robot first. An underwater battle ensues and both Thunderbird 4 and Gordon are harmed.

The episode was rated from 24 votes.

Thunderbirds Are Go! - S3E20

#3 - Icarus

8.33

Season 3 - Episode 20

The Tracys attend the Global Air Show, and a test pilot unveils the ultra-fast `Icarus' superjet.

The episode was rated from 21 votes.

Thunderbirds Are Go! - S3E26

#4 - The Long Reach (2)

8.29

Season 3 - Episode 26

As the surprise attack on Tracy Island continues, the Thunderbirds are being slowly overwhelmed by an army of their enemies. Can anyone out there come to the rescue of International Rescue - and will there be anything left to save, if they do so?

The episode was rated from 21 votes.

Thunderbirds Are Go! - S3E16

#5 - Chain Reaction

8.22

Season 3 - Episode 16

A young GDF guard gets trapped inside a radioactive, and possibly haunted, nuclear facility. Scott goes in to assist, with help from GDF Lieutenant Marion Van Arkle.

The episode was rated from 23 votes.

Thunderbirds Are Go! - S1E13
#6 - Heavy Metal
8.21
Season 1 - Episode 13

Brains and Alan are on a visit to the Supreme Hadron Collider when a satellite begins to fall straight towards them. They are rescued in the nick of time by the arrival of Virgil in Thunderbird 2. Examining the evidence, the team decide that the malfunction was caused by a gravity well instigated by the collider itself. Things get even stickier when a commercial jet is caught in the pull of the gravity well and is in imminent danger of crashing. Can International Rescue shut down the collider in time to save the plane and its passengers?

The episode was rated from 75 votes.
Thunderbirds Are Go! - S2E26
#7 - Brains vs Brawn
8.20
Season 2 - Episode 26

When disaster strikes International Rescue answers the call! The Mechanic, having completed Project Sentinel, sets his sights on destroying The Hood. While International Rescue scramble to save their former foe, Brains goes on a dangerous mission to stop the Mechanic once and for all.

The episode was rated from 35 votes.
Thunderbirds Are Go! - S3E17
#8 - Getaway
8.20
Season 3 - Episode 17

Lady Penelope, Parker and Sherbert answer a distress call from Parker's old acquaintances - Light Fingered Fred and Gomez. The distress turns out to be a ruse.

The episode was rated from 20 votes.
Thunderbirds Are Go! - S2E13
#9 - Escape Proof
8.19
Season 2 - Episode 13

A mysterious tunnelling vehicle leaves a worker trapped in its wake and it is up to Gordon and Virgil to free him. Meanwhile, Parker and Penelope track down the digger and discover an old foe at the controls.

The episode was rated from 68 votes.
Thunderbirds Are Go! - S2E18
#10 - Grandma Tourismo
8.16
Season 2 - Episode 18

Virgil and Grandma are out resupplying Thunderbird 2 when a distress call comes in. A mine is in danger of collapsing in the desert. When Virgil goes to help the workers, he gets caught in a massive sandstorm and it is up to Grandma to save the day.

The episode was rated from 38 votes.

Last updated: aug 06, 2021

Comments

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Pretty good, definitely for kids. Animation keeps with the original marionette version, complete with unrealistic mouth movement -- should dub well to other languages. Would be more engaging if they updated the rescue crew as truly international, with a multiracial rescue team. Other races are stereotyped: an IT guy with a stutter, and a limo driver. Important rescue duties are limited to caucasians. If other races appear, they're being rescued by white characters -- or they're the villains.

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Pretty good, definitely for kids. Animation keeps with the original marionette version, complete with unrealistic mouth movement -- should dub well to other languages. Would be more engaging if they updated the rescue crew as truly international, with a multiracial rescue team. Other races are stereotyped: an IT guy with a stutter, and a limo driver. Important rescue duties are limited to caucasians. If other races appear, they're being rescued by white characters -- or they're the villains.

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Season 1 starting well and Season 2 has been arranged for Oct 2016/2017 a further 26 episodes

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Giving this a go. Not a huge fan of the original.

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It's not for me. It's aimed at children, and to me looks like just another animation. It misses the quirky humour (and supermarionation) of the original, and so is easier to just move on from. This is shown well by the number of people on trakt who have been watching the series - every episode has just a few less fewers, resulting in 66% of viewers dropping off over a season. If you are Thunderbirds fan, and survived the Thunderbird movie - this is even worse. It has most of the same characters of the real thing, and lots of whizzy machinery. But no soul.

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