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As the Galaxy sits on the brink of war, Jax and the team must unite all the races of the Galaxy in the hopes of preventing their destruction. Meanwhile, Osborn grapples with the ghosts of his past.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Pandora from 127 votes.
Jax discovers a deadly secret from her past that she is desperate to understand with the help of Ralen and Pilar while the CIS grows increasingly suspicious of Xander’s divided loyalties.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Pandora from 338 votes.
Jax and Xander have their hands full as a dangerous cat-and-mouse game erupts on campus. Various parties from across the galaxy arrive on Earth, all in pursuit of Jax, during which she encounters a surprise ally who not only protects Jax, but also sheds light on who she really is. Meanwhile, Atria joined by Pilar, bravely explores her new life mission on Adar, helping her clone brothers and sisters, while Thomas searches for his missing father and Ralen contemplates his return to Zatar.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Pandora from 311 votes.
Jax and the team visit the distant planet where Professor Osborn first discovered Jax as an infant during the Earth-Zatarian War in an attempt to find the Ancients in the hopes of saving our Universe. But is dealt a tragic blow when Ralen suffers a loss that will change him forever.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Pandora from 174 votes.
Xander, Ralen, and Jett help defend a mining colony in the Outer Rim that is under constant siege from Sumi Pirates. Meanwhile, back at the Academy, Jax is recruited by Osborn for a secret mission.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Pandora from 147 votes.
Jax and Xander try to track down a fugitive who is searching for a destructive weapon that could destroy the universe and Jax comes face-to-face with her mother.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Pandora from 199 votes.
Xander and Jett set out to save Ralen, who has gotten caught up in the high stakes world of an intergalactic fight club. Meanwhile, Jax is on a mission for Osborn to acquire intel from a beautiful Sumi princess who is about to get married, but finds herself falling for Jax.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of Pandora from 161 votes.
Ralen is on trial for his life after being accused of having sabotaged the Tereshkova. But even Jax has her doubts about Ralen's veracity when his wife arrives from Zatar to defend him.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of Pandora from 325 votes.
Thomas's telepathic father arrives on campus and tries to enlist his estranged son in a dangerous heist in which nothing is as simple as it appears.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of Pandora from 357 votes.
As the Fleet Academy, students prepare to celebrate Armistice Day (the anniversary of the end of the Zatarians war), Jax continues to struggle with the revelation that Ralen is married. Meanwhile, Ralen must decide where his loyalties truly lie.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of Pandora from 323 votes.
When Xander enlists Jax on a dangerous mission in which she must rekindle a relationship with an old flame, Xander, must confront his own feelings for Jax and question if all orders are meant to be obeyed.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Pandora from 342 votes.
Jax, Xander, Ralen, and Matta track the fugitives Tierney and Jax's mother, Eve, to a remote planet with a mysterious secret, only to come into the crosshairs of the planet's strange religious cult, who will stop at nothing to maintain their sinister order.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Pandora from 173 votes.
Trapped on an alien world, Jax, Xander and Ralen are stranded with no way home. They must band together to survive, but divided loyalties threaten to destroy them from within. And Jax will ultimately be forced decide her allegiances if they make it through the long night.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Pandora from 336 votes.
Picking up the pieces from the attack on the Fleet Training Academy by Leone Vokk, Jax and Xander must confront Tierney to stop her sinister plans for galactic domination while Atria's grassroots movement on Adar to run for Seeker may have serious consequences for the clones as well as her friends.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Pandora from 313 votes.
Xander, Ralen, and Jett finally return to Earth, only to find it completely devoid of life with the exception being a mysterious and amnesic Jax; now they will need to work together to unravel the strange mysteries of this surreal world.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Pandora from 143 votes.
Jax and the team go in search of a lost alien race that may be the key to saving the universe, but they find themselves plagued by disturbing nightmares that arise out of each individual's personal traumas and most personal fears.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Pandora from 159 votes.
When Pilar's bio-organic implants are hacked, Jax and Ralen lead an investigation to help save their friend and find out who's responsible and stop them from continuing to torment Pilar.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of Pandora from 345 votes.
Jax races against time to save the Universe from complete destruction before the Ancients can render their final judgment, as Xander covertly pursues his own plans for redemption.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of Pandora from 130 votes.
Jax joins Xander and her fellow cadets in responding to an emergency distress call from a secret lab, only to discover that a deadly experiment has infected the scientists and the cadets.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of Pandora from 374 votes.
Xander, Ralen, and Jett discover and track a consignment of illegal weapons to a freighter captained by a desperate cargo pilot, Roy Scantron, where they discover the cargo is clones of dead EarthCom soldiers.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of Pandora from 143 votes.
Last updated: feb 24, 2021
If I was in a coma and someone put this show on, I would wake up to turn it off ... 0/10
show is made just for those about to hit puberty. 8 minutes into the first episode [spoiler] everyone is dressed normal for college, she is in a black dress for clubbing, her new best friend is cheap version of anime. the most funny part in this 8 minutes is when they say to her - the school started 2 weeks ago your grades were great in previous school it wont be too hard 4 u to play catch up - wtf its just 2 first weeks of school who cant catch up with that? [/spoiler] if there was any character development and if the creators took their own show seriously it could be nice series. but they didnt even bothered to develop it so it hasnt even touched any potencial, never mind everything in the show is stolen, pardon inspired by every other major scifi show
I tried, it's just too cheesy and the actors don't act like "people"... People don't act like this in real life, and wouldn't in that scenario... It's like it was written by a 10 year old after hearing the basic plot from someone who overheard the plot at a noisy bar. CGI etc is great, it feels almost like the story **could** be a good one... if it wasn't so badly written... This review is better written. If you can put up with the day time soap acting and writing, then you'll love this show. Otherwise take a pass on this one.
I try to give a show 3 episodes before I decide to watch it or not, but this one I can't. After the 2nd episode this was removed from my watch list.
What a pile of trash......... I have more fun scooping up my dogs :poop:
I got through about half the first episode before I had to quit. There is absolutely no sense of pace , some scenes are unnecessarily slow while others race through expositional dialogue. Time between events just happens without care. And the two professors I saw, both uncle and protocol, are intensely overacted. Congratulations to whatever intern pitched and wrote this pile of junk.
Within the first 5 minutes, almost as bad as the outpost.
Pandora is possibly the worst Sci-Fi show I've ever seen. It's like watching a high school drama project produced on a very limited budget. The characters are painfully plastic and totally unengaging. The storyline. (if you can call it that) is puerile and predictable. It's seriously cringeworthy material. Why the producers are making a second season is beyond my comprehension. They should be hiding their heads in shame for churning out this garbage. Watching a Teletubbies marathon, is preferable to sitting through one episode of Pandora. Seriously folks, Pandora is dreadful and should be avoided at all costs.
If this was filmed in the 80's it would be rather ok show. Sadly it is 40 years to late.
This could have been good. I had an interesting premise, it just didn't rise above a high school space opera. After watching 2 episodes, I'm rating this a 5 (a bore) out of 10 and I'm abandoning watching it any further. The direction is just too immature. [Scifi Space Opera]
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