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Television Broadcast Dates

Around the world, Riese: Kingdom Falling is available as a 10 part online webseries. Additionally, some networks will be broadcasting the series on television, as a two hour feature, so you can watch it in its entirety in one sitting.

I only know of some dates I’ve discovered through reading/translating articles, so please let us know if you’ve read of a date in your country so we can spread the word!

CANADA: April 9th on SPACE at 9pmET/6pmPT

As translated from an article: Friday, May 13th at 22:40 German TV premiere – as usual, without commercial interruption, and with two-channel option.
Full article here.


International Release Day

With Riese now available to watch in 11 countries, we want to thank you, the fans, for your ongoing support of the show. Here’s a message from the series’ co-creators:

We’re ecstatic that, at long last, Riese: Kingdom Falling can finally be enjoyed by the world. It’s been a labor of love these past few years, and we’re so happy that it’s now available worldwide. We hope you enjoy it, and take away some of the joy that was put into making it.

Ryan and Kaleena

Riese Goes International

Updated April 5, 2011.

Riese continues her journey around the globe. The series has launched in numerous countries worldwide, with more premieres in the coming weeks.

It seems episodes are being released every Tuesday and Thursday, with the exception of Canada which is every Monday and Friday. In the US, all episodes are now online.

Here’s a list of all the countries currently hosting Riese, with links to their respective sites. If you know of a site I’ve not yet listed, please let me know in the comments or via Twitter @riesetheseries



United Kingdom





Latin America


Portugal (Premiere still to be determined)



Asia (Premiering April 11)


Patrick Gilmore & Sharon Taylor talk RIESE

The upcoming Canadian launch of Riese: Kingdom Falling means plenty of exciting cast interviews and special behind the scenes segments.

Patrick Gilmore (Trennan) and Sharon Taylor (Empress Amara) talk about their characters, steampunk, and what it was like to shoot the fight sequence on Urban Rush – a Vancouver based talk show.  The video has been uploaded on Youtube, so you should be able to view it no matter where you live.


This week, and possibly next week as well, the Space channel is airing interviews with Riese cast and crew on InnerSPACE.  Those special segments are not online, but other interviews not aired are available to view on their website at http://www.spacecast.com.  These videos are likely available to watch in Canada only, but check to see.

Co-Creator Kaleena Kiff talks about how Riese began.

Sharon Taylor (Empress Amara) talks about what it’s like working on a web series.

Be a part of the launch!

Rieselings!  Beginning March 7th, we’ll be gathered around our computer screens watching Riese’s journey across Eleysia as Riese: Kingdom Falling makes its Canadian debut on http://www.spacecast.com.

How are you going to view the show?  If you’ve got plans to attend a viewing party with friends and fellow fans, let us know!  If you’re having a fan gathering, we can spread the word.  Document the event – photos and blog posts, we’ll share it here.

Love Riese?  Costumes, fanart, posters, viewing parties, wearing Riese merch (http://www.zazzle.ca/riesetheseries) – we want your photos and stories!

Spread the word to everyone around you – tune in to Riese: Kingdom Falling starting March 7th on http://www.spacecast.com – and share your excitement with us and fellow fans.  Check back here for updates on what other fans are doing across Canada.

American fans – as the show is still available to see on http://www.syfy.com, never to late to have a fan party.  Or maybe you already had one – we want your stories too!

Canadian Launch of Riese: Kingdom Falling

Hello Rieselings!

Can you believe it?  We’re only a week away from the Canadian Launch of Riese: Kingdom Falling on Spacecast.com!  It’s an exciting time for us, finally being able to show the series to friends, families, and all of you guys here in Canada, where Riese was filmed.

Every Monday and Friday, beginning March 7th, a new webisode of Riese: Kingdom Falling goes up on http://www.spacecast.com.  There are ten episodes in all.  Then, on April 9th, the series in it’s entirety will be shown in a feature-like cut on T.V. on Space Channel.

If you have just heard of Riese, and live in the USA, you can watch all ten episodes at http://www.syfy.com/riese.  If you don’t live in the States or Canada, there is international distribution in the works.  Stay tuned!

During the Canadian launch, the Riese team will be posting here, so check back often!  Who knows who might stop by.  Feel free to leave comments.  We’ll do our best to answer any questions you have.

Let the countdown begin!