Project Blue Book (TV series)

Project Blue Book is an American historical drama television series that premiered on History on January 8, 2019.[1] The main role of Dr. J. Allen Hynek is played by Aidan Gillen, and the first season consisted of ten episodes.[2][3] The series is based on the real-life Project Blue Book, a series of studies on unidentified flying objects conducted by the United States Air Force. On February 10, 2019, History renewed the series for a 10-episode second season which premiered on January 21, 2020.[4][5] In May 2020, it was announced that the series had been canceled.[6] A petition has been launched to support the creators in finding a new network for the series on May 7, 2020.[7][8]

Project Blue Book
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Genre
Created byDavid O'Leary
Starring
ComposerDaniel Wohl
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes20 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producers
Production locationsVancouver, British Columbia
Running time42–44 minutes
Production companies
Release
Original networkHistory
Original releaseJanuary 8, 2019 (2019-01-08) –
March 24, 2020 (2020-03-24)
External links
Official website

PremiseEdit

The series revolves around the real-life Project Blue Book, a secret series of investigations into supposed UFO encounters and unexplained phenomena undertaken by the United States Air Force with skeptical astrophysics professor — and eventual ufologist — Dr. J. Allen Hynek in the 1950s and 1960s.[2][3] With his partner, Air Force veteran Captain Michael Quinn, they investigate sightings across the U.S., and Dr. Hynek discovers that not everything can be explained by science.

Cast and charactersEdit

MainEdit

  • Aidan Gillen as Dr. J. Allen Hynek, an astronomer, astrophysicist, professor and UFOlogist working on Project Blue Book.[2] Skeptical about the existence of alien life and UFO’s in the beginning, Hynek attempts to explain the cases using his analytical and scientific mind.
  • Michael Malarkey as Captain Michael Quinn, a decorated veteran who served with the United States Army Air Force as a pilot during World War II, and working with Dr. Hynek on Project Blue Book.[9] The character is inspired by USAF Captain Edward J. Ruppelt, the first director of the real-life Project Blue Book.
  • Laura Mennell as Mimi Hynek, Allen Hynek's wife.[10]
  • Ksenia Solo as Susie Miller, a friend and neighbour of Mimi Hynek, also a KGB agent.[11]
  • Michael Harney as General Hugh Valentine, a high-ranking military official, and founder of Project Blue Book.[11] The character is inspired by USAF Major General Charles P. Cabell, the founder of the real-life Project Blue Book.
  • Neal McDonough as General James Harding, a high-ranking military official and a co-founder of Project Blue Book.[12] The character is inspired by USAF Brigadier General William Garland, a member of General Charles P. Cabell staff during the time period of the real-life Project Blue Book.

RecurringEdit

  • Robert John Burke as William Fairchild, United States Secretary of Defense.[13]
  • Ian Tracey as "The Fixer" a.k.a. "The Man in the Hat" (later revealed to be one of the Men In Black), a mysterious man who follows Dr. Hynek.
  • Matt O'Leary as Lieutenant Henry Fuller, a USAF pilot whom Hynek and Quinn meet on their first case.
  • Nicholas Holmes as Joel Hynek, Mimi and Allen's son.
  • Currie Graham as Susie’s Associate, also a KGB agent.
  • Jill Morrison as Faye, a member of the Air Force and Captain Quinn's secretary at Wright Patterson Air Force Base.
  • Michael Imperioli as Edward Rizzuto, an American/Russian double agent.

Historical figuresEdit

  • Adam Greydon Reid as Donald Keyhoe, an American writer and UFO researcher. Keyhoe was widely regarded as the leader in the field of UFOlogy in the 1950s and early to mid-1960s, appearing in the episode entitled "Operation Paperclip".
  • Thomas Kretschmann as Wernher von Braun, a German-American aerospace engineer. Von Braun was the leading figure in the development of rocket technology in Nazi Germany, before coming to the U.S. to develop rockets for NASA, appearing in "Operation Paperclip".
  • Bob Gunton as President Harry S. Truman, 33rd President of the United States, appearing in "The Washington Merry-Go Round".[14]
  • Caspar Phillipson as Senator John F. Kennedy, appearing in Season 2.[15]

EpisodesEdit

SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
110January 8, 2019 (2019-01-08)March 12, 2019 (2019-03-12)
210January 21, 2020 (2020-01-21)March 24, 2020 (2020-03-24)

Season 1 (2019)Edit

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateU.S. viewers
(millions)
11"The Fuller Dogfight"Robert StrombergDavid O'LearyJanuary 8, 2019 (2019-01-08)2.27[16]
In 1952, Dr J. Allen Hynek joins Project Blue Book, an investigation into UFOs conducted by the US Air Force, working with Captain Michael Quinn to investigate what happened after a pilot, Henry Fuller, claims to have gotten into a dogfight with an alien craft in Fargo. The two travel to Fargo to talk to Fuller and to look at Fuller's plane. Meanwhile, Allen's wife, Mimi, makes a new friend while out shopping, Susie Miller. The two initially conclude that Fuller saw a weather balloon, though Hynek begins to doubt the veracity of this solution. Quinn takes Hynek up to prove him wrong and to recreate Fuller's flight, which ends in the two of them crashing in a field, where Hynek sees a mysterious figure who disappears. Hynek has a troubling conversation with Fuller in the hospital. Later, while heading home, he's followed by a mysterious black car, which he then follows to an abandoned fairground, which appears to be hiding some sort of secret facility. Susie appears to be following the Hyneks, while Fuller is forcibly taken from the hospital. The UFO encounter is loosely based on the Gorman dogfight incident.
22"The Flatwoods Monster"Robert StrombergSean JablonskiJanuary 15, 2019 (2019-01-15)1.88[17]
Dr. Hynek and Captain Quinn investigate a West Virginia case of a woman and her two children who witnessed a flying saucer crash near their farm and an alien being emerge from the fiery wreck. Based on the Flatwoods Monster case.
33"The Lubbock Lights"Pete TravisHarley PeytonJanuary 22, 2019 (2019-01-22)1.95[18]
When the citizens of Lubbock, Texas witness a mysterious V-shaped craft in the night sky, Hynek and Quinn are brought in to investigate the mass sighting. The mass sighting is loosely based on the Lubbock Lights incident.
44"Operation Paperclip"Pete TravisDavid O'Leary & Thania St. JohnJanuary 29, 2019 (2019-01-29)1.71[19]
A bizarre UFO encounter with a commercial airliner leads Hynek and Quinn to a top-secret program involving ex-Nazi scientists in Huntsville, Alabama, known as Operation Paperclip, which has a mysterious agenda all its own. The initial encounter between a UFO and a passenger plane is loosely based on the Chiles-Whitted UFO case.
55"Foo Fighters"Norma BaileyDavid O'Leary & Emily BrochinFebruary 5, 2019 (2019-02-05)1.39[20]
Hynek and Quinn follow a series of strange clues leading them to a secret group who not only claim to have witnessed strange lights during combat called Foo fighters, but also claim to know a way to contact them.
66"The Green Fireballs"Norma BaileyHarley PeytonFebruary 12, 2019 (2019-02-12)1.66[21]
After mysterious green fireballs nearly cause nuclear disaster during a weapons test, Hynek and Quinn must investigate how this could have occurred. Loosely based on the Green fireballs spotted around nuclear military installations and Project Twinkle designed to track and explain them.
77"The Scoutmaster"Thomas CarterAaron Rapke & Stewart KayeFebruary 19, 2019 (2019-02-19)1.31[22]
After a Scoutmaster vanishes when he and his troop witness a strange craft hovering in the woods, Hynek is sent to investigate for Project Blue Book, while Quinn is pulled into a rogue mission for General Harding. Inspired by the Sonny DesVergers Scoutmaster UFO case.
88"War Games"Thomas CarterThania St. JohnFebruary 26, 2019 (2019-02-26)1.45[23]
When a film emerges documenting an Army platoon getting under UFO attack during a routine exercise, the Generals send Hynek and Quinn in to investigate, where they find the soldiers not only suffer from physical effects of war, but psychological ones as well. Based on US Army UFO incidents during the Korean War.
99"Abduction"Alex GravesSean JablonskiMarch 5, 2019 (2019-03-05)1.51[24]
A man suffering debilitating after-effects of a supposed alien abduction is holding Hynek and Quinn at gunpoint, demanding they investigate the case, leading Hynek to resort to regressive hypnosis. The UFO encounter is inspired by the Betty and Barney Hill UFO experience.
1010"The Washington Merry-Go Round"Alex GravesDavid O'LearyMarch 12, 2019 (2019-03-12)1.55[25]
The nation's capital is thrown into a panic when Washington D.C. is swarmed by UFOs, and now the highest echelons of power task Hynek and Quinn with uncovering the true nature of the threat.

Season 2 (2020)Edit

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateU.S. viewers
(millions)
111"The Roswell Incident - Part I"Deran SarafianDavid O'LearyJanuary 21, 2020 (2020-01-21)1.43[26]
Hynek and Quinn follow Gen. Harding to Roswell, New Mexico, where an anonymous individual has threatened to expose evidence to the world of an extra-terrestrial crash landing six years ago. Loosely inspired by the Roswell UFO incident.
122"The Roswell Incident - Part II"Deran SarafianSean JablonskiJanuary 28, 2020 (2020-01-28)1.34[27]
Hynek and Quinn close in on a culprit, and finally learn the truth about what happened in Roswell. Loosely inspired by the Roswell UFO incident and the Alien autopsy video.
133"Area 51"Pete TravisAlec WellsFebruary 4, 2020 (2020-02-04)1.13[28]
When a soldier is seemingly abducted by a flying saucer at a military base in the remote Nevada desert, Hynek and Quinn take up the case. But they will soon learn that there are many reasons for the dangerous Area 51 to want to keep its secrets. Based on the abduction and death of Jonathan Lovette.
144"Hopkinsville"Pete TravisHarley PeytonFebruary 11, 2020 (2020-02-11)1.40[29]
When alleged alien beings invade a home in rural Kentucky, Hynek and Quinn are brought in on the CIA's top-secret program, MK Ultra, which believes the attack may be the start of a much larger invasion. Inspired by the Kelly-Hopkinsville encounter and referencing the Pentacle Memorandum.
155"The Men in Black"Wendey StanzlerEmily BrochinFebruary 18, 2020 (2020-02-18)1.09[30]
When Hynek is kidnapped by the mysterious Man in Black, Quinn teams up with the CIA to track him down and save his life. References the Maury Island incident.
166"Close Encounters"Wendey StanzlerLinda BurstynFebruary 25, 2020 (2020-02-25)1.19[31]
While reminiscing on the set of Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Hynek recounts his experiences with the infamous Robertson Panel and the eccentric alien contactee for whom he put everything on the line. The character of the contactee David Dubrovsky is loosely based on George Adamski.
177"Curse of the Skinwalker"Norma BaileyHarley PeytonMarch 3, 2020 (2020-03-03)1.36[32]
Hynek and Quinn head to a Utah ranch to investigate a young family's claims of unexplainable and dangerous phenomena.
188"What Lies Beneath"John ScottAlec WellsMarch 10, 2020 (2020-03-10)1.32[33]
When sensitive material is stolen from Generals Harding and Valentine, Hynek and Quinn will realise that not only does their culprit lie far closer to home than they could imagine, but so does undeniable evidence of a UFO conspiracy. Referencing Hangar 18 at Wright-Patt Air Force Base.
199"Broken Arrow"Norma BaileyLinda BurstynMarch 17, 2020 (2020-03-17)1.34[34]
When Hynek and Quinn track down a mysterious plane that has vanished in the Canadian wilderness, they embark on a dangerous mission to recover its missing cargo that threatens not just Project Blue Book, but the whole world. The loss of a military plane after an apparent collision with a UFO in Canadian airspace is loosely based on the Kinross Incident.
2010"Operation Mainbrace"Loni PeristereDavid O'LearyMarch 24, 2020 (2020-03-24)1.42[35]
When UFOs and USOs (unidentified submersible objects) begin plaguing a massive naval exercise on the border of Russian waters, Hynek and Quinn realise it's up to them to stop a rogue Admiral from starting WWIII.

ProductionEdit

The series was filmed in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It was co-produced by the History Channel and A&E Studios.[36] Filming on the second season began on July 15, 2019, and was expected to conclude on November 13, 2019.[37]

ReceptionEdit

Critical responseEdit

On the review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, the series has an approval rating of 65% based on 17 reviews, with an average rating of 6.65/10. The website's critical consensus reads, "Project Blue Book will likely intrigue fans of the paranormal with its loose adaptation of historically unexplained phenomena, but this buttoned-down series lacks the narrative verve to appeal beyond the true believers."[38] Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, assigned a score of 56 out of 100 based on 10 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews".[39]

Paranormal investigator and skeptic Robert Sheaffer, reviewing the first four episodes, points out numerous historical inaccuracies and "falsehoods," some of which he characterizes as "absurd." Concerned over misguiding viewers, he concludes that "...this program references real people by their real names, a real government program, and real incidents. It then mixes in absurd and invented details, while claiming that the show is based on real events."[40]

RatingsEdit

Season 1Edit

Viewership and ratings per episode of Project Blue Book
No. Title Air date Rating
(18–49)
Viewers
(millions)
DVR
(18–49)
DVR viewers
(millions)
Total
(18–49)
Total viewers
(millions)
1 "The Fuller Dogfight" January 8, 2019 0.4 2.27[16] 0.4 1.61 0.8 3.88[41]
2 "The Flatwoods Monster" January 15, 2019 0.3 1.88[17] 0.4 1.82 0.7 3.70[42]
3 "The Lubbock Lights" January 22, 2019 0.4 1.95[18] 0.4 1.85 0.8 3.79[43]
4 "Operation Paperclip" January 29, 2019 0.3 1.71[19] 0.4 1.77 0.7 3.48[44]
5 "Foo Fighters" February 5, 2019 0.3 1.39[20] N/A N/A N/A N/A
6 "The Green Fireballs" February 12, 2019 0.3 1.66[21] 0.4 1.55 0.7 3.21[45]
7 "The Scoutmaster" February 19, 2019 0.3 1.31[22] 0.3 1.54 0.6 2.84[46]
8 "War Games" February 26, 2019 0.3 1.45[23] 0.3 1.39 0.6 2.84[47]
9 "Abduction" March 5, 2019 0.3 1.51[24] 0.3 1.27 0.6 2.78[48]
10 "The Washington Merry-Go Round" March 12, 2019 0.3 1.55[25] 0.3 1.32 0.6 2.87[49]

Season 2Edit

Viewership and ratings per episode of Project Blue Book
No. Title Air date Rating
(18–49)
Viewers
(millions)
DVR
(18–49)
DVR viewers
(millions)
Total
(18–49)
Total viewers
(millions)
1 "The Roswell Incident - Part I" January 21, 2020 0.3 1.43[26] N/A 1.31 N/A 2.74[50]
2 "The Roswell Incident - Part II" January 28, 2020 0.2 1.34[27] N/A 1.18 N/A 2.53[51]
3 "Area 51" February 4, 2020 0.2 1.13[28] N/A 1.20 N/A 2.33[52]
4 "Hopkinsville" February 11, 2020 0.3 1.40[29] N/A N/A N/A N/A
5 "The Men in Black" February 18, 2020 0.2 1.09[30] N/A N/A N/A N/A
6 "Close Encounters" February 25, 2020 0.2 1.19[31] N/A 1.19 N/A 2.38[53]
7 "Curse of the Skinwalker" March 3, 2020 0.2 1.36[32] N/A 1.11 N/A 2.47[54]
8 "What Lies Beneath" March 10, 2020 0.2 1.32[33] N/A N/A N/A N/A
9 "Broken Arrow" March 17, 2020 0.2 1.34[34] N/A 1.08 N/A 2.42[55]
10 "Operation Mainbrace" March 24, 2020 0.2 1.42[35] N/A 1.09 N/A 2.51[56]

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