The Daily Telegraph reports
Fans of the Steven Spielberg-produced TV show Terra Nova can now bring the science fiction drama into their homes with props and costumes set to be auctioned Saturday in eastern Australia.
The show, which first aired in the US in September 2011, was a look at an overpopulated world in the year 2149, the Gold Coast Bulletin reported.
In an attempt to save the world, people were recruited to travel back in time to join the Terra Nova colony in the prehistoric past where they co-existed with dinosaurs.
Filmed in southeast Queensland in Australia against a backdrop akin to a futuristic, high-tech version of the hit Jurassic Park movies - two of which were directed by Spielberg - Terra Nova's pricey pilot reportedly cost $20 million.
During the 11-episode first season, Terra Nova averaged 7.5 million viewers, among which 2.6 million were aged 18 to 49 - the age bracket coveted by advertisers, The Hollywood Reporter said.
However, the series failed to perform as well as network executives had hoped and was canceled in March this year - leaving enough costumes and props to fill 17,350 square feet (1,612 square meters) of floor space.
"I've done the same thing with props and costumes from other shows I have closed in the past and they seem to be very successful," co-producer Ellen Blum told the Bulletin.
"I've learned you never know what use some people have for things."
Items available for purchase include everyday furniture and homeware, outlandish costumes and polystyrene sculptures.
Terra Nova made headlines following its premiere, when eagle-eyed viewers noticed that the "sonic pistols" used by officers in the show were in fact modified Nerf guns.