Sky's new science-fiction show Intergalactic focuses on a cop turned convict who ends up on a prison ship with some other convicts, who start a mutiny and take over the ship and go on the run.
Although the show is about a group of outlaws who killed all the officers on their ship, it's not as simple as being a show about bad people doing bad things.
Speaking exclusively to Digital Spy, Genevieve actress Diany Samba-Bandza said: "It will give you a lot of perspectives. Who you would think are the good guys might not necessarily be the good guys.
"As you get to know the criminals as well, you'll find you have a lot in common with them and it's not as black and white as you might assume at first."
"With most of the characters in the show, there's a strong emphasis on survival," added Sharon Duncan-Brewster, who plays Genevieve's mum and convict leader Tula, "What people do to survive and the means that they go to to get what they need.
"And it’s interesting, you asking about who's the good person, who's the bad person. And throughout, the audience is going to be guessing but also, the answer is probably all of us at certain times and at certain points.
"As it keeps going and unravels, everyone’s just gonna be like, 'I didn’t see that coming. OK!'"
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