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Jackson Oz, an American ex-pat safari guide living in Africa, discovers a link between strange animal attacks on people occurring around the world and his late father's controversial theories about an impending threat to the human race. Meanwhile, journalist Jamie Campbell and veterinary pathologist Mitch Morgan team up to investigate similar abnormal animal behavior in Los Angeles.
The episode was rated from 2009 votes.
While Jamie tries to make her way to safety, an increasingly desperate Chloe tries to find a cure to the mutation now that one of her teammates is infected.
The episode was rated from 888 votes.
The team travels to Paris to search for a group of bears that were being studied for migration habits when their trackers mysteriously went offline. While investigating the strange occurrence, Chloe must work with and ultimately confront her ex-fiancé, a civil engineer, who is helping city officials find the missing bears. Meanwhile, with Jamie accused of murder, the team makes a daring plan to hack into the Reiden-Global mainframe, and Mitch makes a shocking discovery about the next evolutionary step of the animals.
The episode was rated from 1317 votes.
After Jackson Oz rescues his best friend, Abraham Kenyatta, from a lion attack in Botswana, Abraham’s firsthand account of the attack reveals that the lions are no longer afraid of humans and might be killing for sport. Also, Jamie and Mitch run tests on a lion cub in the Los Angeles Zoo and uncover a link to a chemical made by a biotechnology company, and Chloe Tousignant returns to Paris where she must overcome her own trauma and focus on her work as a government intelligence analyst.
The episode was rated from 1675 votes.
While searching for a solution to the bat problem in Rio de Janeiro, Mitch and Chloe are kidnapped by the local drug lord and Abraham must come to the rescue. Also, reeling from the car crash that allowed escaped death row inmate Evan Lee Hartley to steal the one piece of evidence they had against Reiden Global, the Mother Cell, Jamie, Jackson and Agent Shaffer team up to track him down and lands Jamie in trouble with the FBI.
The episode was rated from 1412 votes.
Jackson, Jamie and Agent Shaffer search for a chemist in Alabama who has evidence of Reiden Global’s role in the growing animal problem. Meanwhile, Chloe, Mitch and Abraham fly to Rio de Janeiro to delay the local government’s plan for a massive bat extermination and come up against a ruthless drug lord.The episode was rated from 1439 votes.
Season Finale. The team races to stop the hybrids from breaching the barrier wall by shutting down the last beacon that draws them in.The episode was rated from 918 votes.
It has been 10 years since mankind was sterilized. Along the West Coast, a huge barrier has been built to prevent the penetration of hybrids into the north of America. In this area, Jackson Oz as Dylan Green is working with Tess as a friend trying to get as many people as possible into safe zones. Abraham is working on a drug that would reverse the effects of gas. Aba and Dariel visit Clementine, daughter Mitche. She managed to get her evidence that her father was alive and that she was in the Siberian Stasi Chamber. Jamie is trying to get all the members of the Shepherd Organization responsible for sterilizing humanity and expanding hybrids, which is why he is in conflict with detective Logan.The episode was rated from 1534 votes.
Jackson Oz and Abraham Kenyatta fly to Japan to recover the rest of Oz’s father’s research involving animals. Also, Jamie convinces Mitch to accompany her on a trip to her hometown in Louisiana to show a senator their findings on the abnormal behavior of the zoo lions. In Paris, Chloe is the first to be recruited by a shadowy intelligence agent, Gaspard Alves (Henri Lubatti), who is looking for the cause of the strange animal behavior, and a death row inmate escapes from a Mississippi prison after a vicious wolf invasion sets the prison ablaze.The episode was rated from 1574 votes.
On the run as fugitives, the team flies to Zambia to gather leopard DNA in order to manufacture a cure for the abnormal behavior that's affecting animals worldwide. When it’s time to leave, they need to reach out to animal rights activist Ray Endicott to get safe passage out of the country. Also, Chloe makes the ultimate sacrifice to avoid further bloodshed.The episode was rated from 1216 votes.
Last updated: jun 08, 2021
I like the idea of the show, but the writers need to do better research (I'm looking at you, Brazil storyline), and some of the actors need to step up their game a bit.
Read the book, if the series is only half as good it will be awesome, can't wait.
The previews on the radio and television commercials make this sound really good and interesting. Can't wait to see this show.
A great premise to a series that very quickly fails to achieve it's potential. Season one is worth the watch but it quickly goes downhill. The writing is mediocre, the acting has it's flaws, Billy Burke (no matter how charismatic) is still Billy Burke, the pseudo-science and the apparent fact people don't know basic biology, situations that are unrealistic even for the subject matter ([spoiler] can you imagine all insects being against us? humanity would be done in a day, a gorilla that can't bash in a stupid elevator grate, etcetera [/spoiler]). I'm still gonna watch season 3 for completion's sake and I'm still entertained a bit but this could have been so much more. Edit: Upon finishing Season 3 I must disagree with most/many people that it was the worst season. Besides a couple of annoying writing errors I enjoyed Season 3 way more than the second one. It got a bit annoying that a certain person kept surviving and that we, ofcourse, will never know what would have happened in Season 4.
So, reviewing after 3 seasons... Season 1, good. Season 2, weird and makes you think at times, should I be watching this. Season 3, well, it's a mix of 1 & 2. No one ever has jet lag? :)
I just watched all the episodes of season 1 and 2. [spoiler]I hope Chloe is still alive somehow ;([/spoiler]
I am a fan of fiction and scifi movies and series but this one is the most ridiculous one I have ever seen and I seen a big part of them. The people keep coming from the dead, the main characters are invincible, The plane never get fueled and never have the permission to land but it lands everywhere in the planet although it enormous. Although they are shot, stabbed, floating in a tank after numerous bites and from a monster I must add he is fine no repercussions. In season three thousands and thousands of hybrids are attacking the facility a team still got out as if nothing, while others are still battling. I can't understand. And the most ridiculous thing the villain after a procedure in her spine by the way her back is open 6 inches a hole like Niagara Falls in her neck, a concussion she just jump back up and run away and mind you no blood on her not even a drop. I don't know who wrote this, but it's like the asked small children to write it because the imagination is the same.
Season 1 was okay but later on I just couldn’t stand the series
Am I the only one that feels like they were hanging when the show ended?
:( another good show gets the boot
Don’t know about you, but since the lockdown, I have had more free time than ever. Maybe it’s because we did not actually realize how much time we were wasting. So the other day, whilst I was pouring myself a glass of wine, I remembered how much I love and missed genre “Fantasy”. It was my favorite genre since growing up, maybe because I was too much into Avatar, but yeah I miss it. So today let’s talk about best fantasy TV shows.
Because I’m watching so many imaginary scenarios, it’s nice to take a look at things that actually happened every once in a while. The drama from documentaries really feels a lot different than those from series you just know didn’t happen. I love being aware of everything that is or has been going on and Netflix is really great at helping us with that.
I remember watching a lot of “Pokémon”, “Digimon”, “Dragon Ball Z” etc. when I was growing up. Little did I know back then, I wasn’t watching cartoons but animes. Even now that I’m all grown up, I still enjoy watching them. There are many more genres to choose from and it’s always so full of action. The music in it is so great, you’ll definitely find yourself listening to songs long after you’ve finished watching.
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