|Flight 29 Down|
|Created by||Stan Rogow|
D. J. MacHale
Jeremy James Kissner
|Executive producer(s)||Stan Rogow|
D. J. MacHale
Shauna Shapiro Jackson
|Original channel||Discovery Kids|
|No. of episodes||30|
|Running time||24 minutes|
|Original run||1 October 2005 – 25 August 2007|
|"What Happens Tomorrow"|
Flight 29 Down is an action/adventure television series created by Stan Rogow and D. J. MacHale, first aired in the USA on 1 October 2005. A promotional trailer for the series featured Duran Duran's "What Happens Tomorrow".
About the seriesEdit
The series follows a group of teenagers stranded on a South Pacific island in the Federated States of Micronesia, after they ditched their plane (a De Havilland Heron) in a tropical storm while flying to an eco-adventure camping trip in Palau.
A video diary powered by a solar battery charger allows the kids to talk about themselves and to the camera about their everyday struggles, the island, and each other. It plays out as a Lost show for teens.
The show was filmed in O'ahu, Hawaii, and has many similarities with Gordon Korman's trilogy Island.
- Corbin Bleu as Nathan McHugh
- Allen Alvarado as Lex Marin
- Hallee Hirsh as Daley Marin
- Johnny Pacar as Cody Jackson
- Kristy Wu as Melissa Wu
- Lauren Storm as Taylor Hagan
- Jeremy Kissner as Eric McGorrill
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