“We are co-creators in everything. Some people create Jaguars other people create junk cars . We create either opulence or poverty. Together, we create the moment. I know some people will h…
I watched the season 2 finale of Syfy’s space opera ‘Dark Matter’ over the weekend and I was satisfyingly blown away, especially after the jaw dropping penultimate episode.
I was considering doing a finale review but after three days that would be stale like three day old bread (you were expecting a more clever analogy?). So I instead decided to review the entire season in one fell swoop.
With a gargantuan SPOILER ALERT for everything up to and including the season 2 finale here is my review in seven easy to chew slices:
#7 Nyx and the new guys
Shut up and take your medicine!
Season 2 opened with half of our motley crew in a galactic super prison and there they made new “friends” – the sneaky Arax Nero, disgraced Doctor Devon and the mysterious Nyx. Nero did not do much other than betray the crew and get left behind…
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Two episodes aired back to back gave us twice the fun, excitement, and what the…! moments with Dark Matter Season 2 Episode 11 and Episode 12.
As the second season for both Killjoys and Dark Matter near their end, fans are getting antsy about a third season renewal. Well ants no more, fellow geek, because Syfy has renewed them both!
So far, there hasn’t been any official press release, but the official Dark Matter Twitter account shared the following embedded tweet. It links to a Variety article about the renewal. THR, Deadline, and the like also have the story, but so far Syfy hasn’t deemed we mere mortals worthy of inclusion. When they do, I’ll bring you the press release, just so we have extra confirmation.
It’ll also help get any lingering ants out.
Don’t forget to watch the season two finale of Killjoys this Friday, September 02 at 9/8c followed by a new…
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This episode was informative, but not quite as dynamic as the last couple. Everything took place aboard the Raza and there weren’t any space battles. That didn’t mean it was any less enjoyable than previous episodes, just that it had a more introspective tone, which was the kind of episode we needed about now.
Poor Five worries too much (Image courtesy Syfy)
Here’s the Deal
(WTF happened – the short version)
The episode picks up where we left off with Android in that bedroom and Victor (the android who gave ours the human emotion upgrade) is there, too. It’s a dream Android is having while on her charging pad. This shouldn’t be possible, so the crew ask her to remain on the pad to be safe.
Lights flicker near different crew members and they begin to have very realistic hallucinations. Four fights Misaki who tells him he’s worthless as a…
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