Continued growth forced the move to a larger hotel room in Vancouver's West End and eventually to a facility in Gastown. Around the pre-production of ReBoot the staff had grown to thirty people, necessitated the relocation to Howe Street office to start production on episode one, The Tearing. Mainframe Entertainment Inc. An additional six episodes were added to the first season when the show was renewed for a second season in ' Another work-colleague, John Grace , a University teacher joined the team as its third member who had previously worked on Portland Bill, a British children's show with puppets. The third season has been shown on the YTV network in Canada. The concept for ReBoot was copyrighted in which is the date in the end credits , but the first show was produced in and shown in the US on ABC in September
Milan. Age: 26.
Where it was once comprised of only thirty members after being founded in , it now employed over artists, animators, technicians and production personnel, winning many prestigious awards for its creative and technical innovations, including an induction into the Smithsonian Institute.
Bridget. Age: 20.
Mainframe Entertainment Inc
Seven episodes were originally produced for the first season in fall ReBoot made Mainframe Entertainment the recipient of several awards. Their story taking place inside a Mainframe computer was deliberately chosen due to technological constraints at the time, as the fictional computer world allowed for blocky looking FGS models look state of the art, despite being relatively primitive in realism and motion.