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Four's loyalty is put to the test when he attempts to reclaim the throne of Ishida.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Dark Matter from 3169 votes.
The Raza's crew attempt to unite Ferrous' enemies and put an end to the corporate war before the new fleet can be used.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Dark Matter from 2375 votes.
The crew of the Raza works to prevent the destruction of a space station and prevent an all out corporate war.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Dark Matter from 3180 votes.
When the Blink Drive self activates during a diagnostic, the Raza and its crew are transported through space and time.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Dark Matter from 2586 votes.
Ryo takes a hostage to trade for the Blink Drive, but his former crew are not his only opponents.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Dark Matter from 2478 votes.
Crew members are targeted, and paranoia mounts as they search for the perpetrator; the person responsible for the mind-wipe makes a move.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Dark Matter from 2577 votes.
The crew plots to reclaim the ship from the mercenaries that are determined to deliver them to the Galactic Authority.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of Dark Matter from 2535 votes.
A distress call from the Android's friend Victor leads to answers about Two's past.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of Dark Matter from 2505 votes.
Unbeknownst to the rest of the crew THREE has been trapped in a time loop, reliving the same day over and over. He must convince his crew mates that what's happening to him is real and find a way to stop the loop. Meanwhile, a mysterious mercenary infiltrates the Raza and THREE must deal with Sarah's new reality.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of Dark Matter from 2839 votes.
Imprisoned in Hyperion-8, the crew must negotiate attempted assassinations, extraditions, and behind-the-scenes machinations as they plot their escape.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of Dark Matter from 3588 votes.
While providing safe transport for some allies, the Raza comes under attack from within.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Dark Matter from 2599 votes.
The crew takes a dangerous mission inside Dwarf Star Technologies in a desperate bid to save their ailing leader.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Dark Matter from 3179 votes.
The scattered survivors of EOS-7 battle to regroup amidst the backdrop of corporate war. Ryo Ishida, now emperor of Zairon, makes an enemy of his former allies, while the past comes back to haunt the crew of the Raza.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Dark Matter from 3034 votes.
One of the Android's newly discovered memories leads the crew to a suspicious Dwarf Star facility on Nova 17.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Dark Matter from 2527 votes.
Mayhem on the ship sheds light on some crew members' dark pasts.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Dark Matter from 3120 votes.
A Blink Drive test goes awry, propelling the Raza to a parallel reality.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Dark Matter from 3013 votes.
The crew races against time to track down and locate a missing Three and Five before the Galactic Authority gets to them first.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of Dark Matter from 3098 votes.
The Android goes undercover to try and help the crew track a dangerous, yet familiar, foe.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of Dark Matter from 3286 votes.
The team's handler sends the crew on another mission to retrieve a scientist being held against his will.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of Dark Matter from 2486 votes.
Familiar faces from the past return, causing havoc and forcing the crew to scramble to save their already damaged reputations.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of Dark Matter from 2711 votes.
Last updated: mar 02, 2021
Feels exactly like Stargate formula with similar issues (no surprise, with Jo Mallozzi and Paul Mullie). Not a bad thing as is being a huge Stargate fan. Quite the opposite actually, it feels kinda like "home", familiar so to say, although the cast is completely different and there's no Stargate anywhere whatsoever. Now, this is not SG by a long shot BUT it shares some of the longest writers/exec producers of SG which is a good thing. Personally, I couldn't be happier about Jo making a new SciFi show in space. It may or may not work out but so far, and we're just 3 eps in now, I genuinely enjoyed it. It doesn't reinvent the wheel and I see issues (clichés) but is by far not the worst effort of a new show I've seen the past seasons (DIG/American Odysee) and has room for a lot of exploration and I do trust Jo to be at least able to make this a greatly enjoyable show given time. Question is, if he is given the time he needs. Considering the low acceptance of "SciFi" these days I won't hold my breath no matter the journey in S1 but we'll see.
Interesting new start. Stargate fans should like this.
Low budget sci-fi, which seems promising on first look, but soon starts squeaking from multiple directions. For me it fits into category of "fill" series, which I watch when I have nothing better to do. My opinion is based on 9 watched episodes. Few examples: [Minor spoilers] *Jodelle Ferland aka Six wants to play immature girl, but is not really working. Everyone acts like she is about 14 years old, but she is clearly much older than the character she is playing, which is funny. *I've also seen multiple attempts of funny scenes, but show didn't get anything more than "huehueh" from me. *Four is a guy from traditional samurai family. I always facepalm when I see their soldiers "going to battle", with traditional samurai armor, drop their swords and start shooting with guns. (And no, their armor is not bulletproof).
It's been canceled... Syfy canceled another Sci-Fi show. Syfy? Hello? Anyone there? Syfy needs to rebrand themselves... because it ain't Syfy without Sci-Fi.
The best and most underrated sci-fi adventure show since Firefly. But better.
Im so freakin got dang mad right f'ing now! SyFy your a FOX wannabe somma-biatch! Firefly, Stargate Universe, and now Dark Matter. I'd turn in to Hulk right now if I was Banner. Pissed Off Man! as Smokey would say. Just cancelled MY suga hunny iced tea. BTW Killjoys sucks! Its a garbage drama, with love scenes and crap. I want science fiction, if I want love scenes, I got over 2 TBs of hardcore porn and plenty of lotion and tissues.
One of the few shows I always looked forward to seeing and now its cancelled. Great leave the viewers hanging with all those plots open. At least do a 2 hour movie to give us a ending or maybe like Firefly do a movie to tie things up
Such a shame. Dark Matter started off slow. I had given up after season 1 but came back to give it a second chance with season 2 and it definitely didn't disappoint! It just kept getting better and better. Season 3 was just stellar. I would have loved to see how the 5 season arc played out. I really hope another network picks them up; syfy doesn't deserve Dark Matter.
It took me sometime to get into the series, but I'm damn sure happy I did. A great show for what it's worth.
Reaally cool show. XD ^^ haha I love it sooo much!
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