Space Rover is a Canadian science fiction comedy drama written and edited by Graham and Hamish Wilson, and directed by Malcolm Wilson. Set in the year 2142, the series features Captain James (Hamish Wilson), a disgraced shipping captain for the Space Commonwealth, and his two electrical companions: Peter Gans Lee (Malcolm Wilson), the singularly named android, and the rouge hologram worker merely known as Hologram (Graham Wilson), all travelling aboard the titular Rover. The pilot episode for the series, as an audio drama, was released to the public on May 31, 2013 and further episodes are being produced and released of a planned six episode series. This production was principally inspired by The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy radio series by Douglas Adams.
The premise revolves around the adventures of the three, from encounters with spacial phenomena to just plain making a living in a corrupt and cynical future; a longer term continuing plot thread is to play out as the series progresses. It is the first Internet series commissioned by Malcolm Wilson Multimedia, though others are planned. It is released under the GNU Free Documentation License 1.3 and Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike licenses and is available from the Internet Archive, YouTube, FictionPress, and the MWM website on icculus.org.