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News & Interviews for Dark Matter: Season 3
And, while I'll never forgive this show for killing off Nyx Harper... I decided to return...
Overall, it's really sad that this story is going to end in the middle of the book without even having the chance to wrap things up properly, but Dark Matter has been an amazing ride from start to finish.
Aside from the fact that Syfy was overdue for more spaceship stories, what I find most appealing is how it resembles pulpy, entertaining shows like Farscape, Firefly, and Stargate.
What keeps the stories so episodic is just how randomly it often feels like Dark Matter chooses to return to different storylines.
Whatever shape the coming season takes, though, Dark Matter is right in its stride from the very start.
Audience Reviews for Dark Matter: Season 3
Season 3 of Dark Matter is a little bizarre (going off the rails a bit), but still delivers thrilling and action-packed adventures. After the destruction of the space station EOS-7 the Raza takes on new crew members and attempts to recover the blink drive from Ryo; meanwhile Ryo becomes more desperate as the tides of the war turns against him and his own people begin to rebel. While the overall season story arc is pretty strong, there are a lot of crazy subplots with the Raza traveling back in time to 21st century Earth, Two discovering a secret history with the Android, Sarah turning into an A.I. program within the ship's computer, and an extra-dimensional alien invasion. Still, all the chases and fight scenes are especially well-done, and add a lot of excitement and intensity to the episodes. And the finale delivers a game-changing cliffhanger that leaves the audience in suspense. Yet Season 3 is so scattershot that SyFy putted the plug on Dark Matter, bringing the Raza's journey to an end.
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