Fired on Mars (2023) Subtitles: English and Sub Indo

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The Plot

Jeff Cooper thought he had it all!

A swanky job as a graphic designer for, the hottest space start-up, a one-way ticket to the red planet, and a loving girlfriend back on Earth—Hannah.

Life on Mars was supposed to be an adventure, a chance to be a part of something bigger. But in the blink of an eye, Jeff’s Martian dream turns into a bureaucratic nightmare., in a fit of corporate streamlining, deems Jeff’s graphic design position “redundant.” Just like that, Jeff is jobless and stuck on a foreign planet with no way back to Earth. One-way trips were all the rage, but one-way returns? Not so much.

Stranded and disillusioned, Jeff finds himself adrift on the sprawling colony, a corporate utopia built under a giant dome.

Despite the Martian landscape outside, life within the dome feels oddly familiar. The soul-crushing cubicles, the indifferent middle managers, the ever-present drone of corporate jargon—it’s like Earth with a rusty filter.

Desperate to find purpose, Jeff embarks on a hilarious and somewhat pathetic journey of reinvention. He explores the fringes of Martian society, getting tangled with eccentric gurus peddling bizarre self-help schemes and even considering joining a mysterious underground movement rumored to be plotting against Mars’s iron grip.

Meanwhile, his long-distance relationship with Hannah becomes increasingly strained.

Video calls with a fuzzy Martian signal just aren’t the same as holding hands. Jeff grapples with the guilt of leaving her behind and the fear of being utterly alone on a strange planet.

As Jeff navigates this absurd new reality, he stumbles upon a hidden truth about Mars.

The company’s shiny veneer starts to crack, revealing a web of corporate conspiracies that could change everything for the Martian colonists.

Will Jeff use his newfound freedom to expose the truth? Or will he find a way to carve out a niche for himself in this bizarre corporate Martian world?

Additional Info

Year: 2023

Director: Nate Sherman, Nick Vokey

Writers: Luke Wilson, Sean Wing, Tim Heidecker

Genre: Animation, Comedy, Sci-Fi

Country: United States

Language: English

Runtime: 25 minutes per episode

Episodes: 8

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