Project Blue Book FAQ, #SaveBlueBook, Michael Malarkey chat, Aidan Gillen & More

Project Blue Book FAQ

The Blue Book Files now has a FAQ for the series! You’ll find the most Frequently Asked Questions addressed in this new section, as well as a link to an updated list of actors social media contacts. The #SaveBlueBook petition/campaign is listed at the top of the FAQ as “what about season 3?” is the most popular show question across social media.

🛸 Speaking of the #SaveBlueBook petition, it has hit over 13,000 signatures, which is great, but we need a lot more to make a significant impact! Ifyou haven’t signed it, please visit the FAQ link above which leads you to the petition link.

The creator of the petition, Carsten Krikorka, also gave fans very a special treat – a Cameo video from Neal McDonough (aka General Harding)! It’s very cool and all about the petition.

🛸 posted a new article entitled “‘Project Blue Book’ deserves saving: These are all the reasons why”. Here’s a quick excerpt: “It definitely gives a bit of an X-Files vibe, but a lot more serious and set in the 50s. Honestly though, Project Blue Book is fun and does explore incidents that have actually happened throughout history.” Full article at

Until the entertainment industry is up and running again, news on the actors is minimal. As always, follow them on their Instagram/Twitter for the most up-to-date posts they might make. However, a couple significant notes:

🛸 On May 27th, Michael Malarkey took his first foray onto the Twitch gaming platform which now houses the MichaelMalarkeyOfficial channel. He conducted a nearly one-hour long ‘Mongrels’ chat with fans. He’d experimented with YouTube, etc. but this platform (also utilized by musicians) offers him a more under-one-roof arena where he can distribute messages about his music. In this chat, interrupted occasionally by a squirrel and garbagemen (he filmed it in a backyard in Vancouver), he talked briefly about Project Blue Book. He hopes that “someone can take a chance (on the show) at this very strange time,” and he “really believes in the show”.  You can follow this channel for free and watch the live-streamed chats. The various levels of subscription (anywhere from $5-25US a month) offer you more options, such as the ability to watch any stream on-demand after it has been aired.

He will be doing more chats. Check the above link for the schedule. He’s also scheduled live music gig for June 21st (his birthday) so if you can, it’s probably advisable to subscribe at $5 for that as you will have more options for chat and to rewatch the video.

🛸 Ireland’s RTE channel will re-air all five seasons of Aidan Gillen’s Love/Hate series, which also stars Robert (Umbrella Academy) Sheehan. The crime series delves deep into the heart of darkness that is Dublin’s gangland underworld. Read more at:

🛸 Overseas premieres: Project Blue Book (プロジェクトブルーブック) will begin airing season 2 on June 28 in Japan. It will premiere as #ProyectoBlueBookTNT on June 25th at 10:05 p.m. in Spain on CanalTNT. Here’s a neat little trailer they dropped on Twitter:

🛸 According to a quick Google search, Project Blue Book‘s streaming options are now more limited. You can find it available for streaming (from $1.99 an episode) on YouTube, Google Play, Vudu and Amazon Prime. Several platforms, including History Channel video on demand, evaporated on May 23rd.

🛸 History Japan dropped a short trailer, in Japanese, for season 2. You can watch it at their Twitter account at:

🛸 ‘Lorna Doone’ on Prime Video: Young Goth Aidan Gillen Steals This Dreamy Romantic Show. Yes, that’s the article’s title, and it further says “The most fun part of Lorna Doone, though, is Aidan Gillen’s tremendous performance. Carver is mean, nasty, and cruel to the point of parody, but Gillen sells it.” You can read the full article, and stare at the photo of headline of Aidan, at

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