Dark Matter season 2
Six people Wake up after hibernation on a deserted space ship, drifting in a distant corner of the cosmos. None of the crew is not on Board, in addition to Android from formatted memory. Awakened also don't remember neither their names, nor how I got here. The only chance to learn about the incident – cargo Bay full of weapons and various artifacts, the purpose of which will help to understand the mysterious past of the characters. Over time it becomes clear that one of the crew members knows more than everyone else. But who was it? And what does it all mean? A dizzying adventure of the six will continue in the second season that promises even more intrigue, mysteries and adventures. Will amnesia the key to a new life or the past catch up with the heroes?
The crew awakens to find themselves prisoners on the Hyperion-8 Maximum Security Galactic Detention Facility.
Imprisoned in Hyperion-8, the crew must negotiate attempted assassinations, extraditions, and behind-the-scenes machinations as they plot their escape.
The neural link triggers a dangerous glitch and the crew start to turn against each other while hiding out in empty space in an effort to lose the GA.
Three manages to reconnect with his former crew. The Android ends up in some unique company.
The Android goes undercover to try and help the crew track a dangerous, yet familiar, foe.
Desperate for money, the Raza crew follow Nyx's lead on an op, only to discover that their target is a personal one.
Three crew members infiltrate a highly secure facility with the help of their handler.
A Blink Drive test goes awry, propelling the Raza to a parallel reality.
The crew takes a dangerous mission inside Dwarf Star Technologies in a desperate bid to save their ailing leader.
Mayhem on the ship sheds light on some crew members' dark pasts.
The crew races against time to track down and locate a missing Three and Five before the Galactic Authority gets to them first.
Four's loyalty is put to the test when he attempts to reclaim the throne of Ishida.