Dead Like Me: Life After Death is a direct-to-video film directed by Stephen Herek, based on the fantasy television series Dead Like Me created by Bryan Fuller and set two years after the series ended, in which the undead reapers are introduced to their new boss, whose new agenda creates disorder within the reaper clan.
The movie was released on DVD on 17 February, 2009. It is 87 minutes long.
Dead Like Me: Life After Death aired on South African television on TopTV's Fox Entertainment channel on Wednesday 11 May 2011, at 20h15.
Friday 13 May: 00h00
Sunday 15 May: 00h50, 19h30
Set two years after the critically acclaimed Showtime series ended, the undead reapers are introduced to their new boss, Cameron Kane (Henry Ian Cusick), whose new agenda creates disorder within the reaper clan.
While Daisy (Sarah Wynter) and Mason (Callum Blue) fall prey to Cameron's temptations, the infamous Georgia "George" Lass (Ellen Muth) creates more reaper havoc by breaking an important reaper rule: revealing herself to her Earthly family.
When George and her colleagues get a new boss whose focus is on moving souls quickly and enjoying life without consequences, the team begins to break the strict reaper rules.
While her friends fall victim to their desires for money, success, and fame, George breaks another rule by revealing her true identity to her living family.
As the reapers struggle with their roles on Earth, they each find that death can be just as complicated as life.
Through its storyline, Dead Like Me delves into the intricate mythology and dark comedy created by the TV series and appeals to the show's legions of fans as well as those new to the world of the reapers.