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Genre  Space opera
Country of origin  Canada
Networks  Syfy, Space, Bell Media
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Composer(s)  Benjamin Pinkerton
First episode date  12 June 2015
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Created by  Joseph Mallozzi Paul Mullie
Based on  Dark Matter series of comics
Starring  Marc Bendavid Melissa O'Neil Anthony Lemke Alex Mallari Jr. Jodelle Ferland Roger Cross Zoie Palmer Melanie Liburd Shaun Sipos
Program creators  Joseph Mallozzi, Paul Mullie
Cast  Melissa O'Neil, Jodelle Ferland, Anthony Lemke, Zoie Palmer, Alex Mallari Jr
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Dark Matter is a Canadian science fiction series created by Joseph Mallozzi and Paul Mullie, based on their comic book of the same name and developed by Prodigy Pictures in association with Space channel. An order for 13 episodes was placed for the first season of the series, which premiered on June 12, 2015 on both Space and Syfy. The series was renewed for a 13-episode second season in September 2015, which premiered on July 1, 2016. Dark Matter was renewed for a 13-episode third season in September 2016, which is set to premiere in 2017.

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Plot

A group of six people with no memory of who they are or where they came from wake up on a starship called the Raza. Naming themselves "One" through "Six" in the order of their awakening, they stabilize their vessel and begin trying to figure out what happened to them.

Main

  • Marc Bendavid as One/Jace Corso/Derrick Moss (season 1; recurring season 2)
  • Melissa O'Neil as Two/Rebecca/Portia Lin
  • Anthony Lemke as Three/Marcus Boone/Titch
  • Alex Mallari Jr. as Four/Ryo Tetsuda/Ryo Ishida
  • Jodelle Ferland as Five/Das/Emily Kolburn
  • Roger Cross as Six/Griffin Jones/Lt. Kal Varrick
  • Zoie Palmer as The Android
  • Shaun Sipos as Devon Taltherd, a renowned surgeon haunted by his past (season 2)
  • Melanie Liburd as Nyx Harper (season 2)
  • Recurring

  • David Hewlett as Tabor Calchek, the Raza crew's handler and agent
  • Andrew Jackson as The General, the leader of the rebel group Procyon Insurrection
  • Jeff Teravainen as Lt. Anders, a Galactic Authority Commander
  • Torri Higginson as Commander Delaney Truffault of the Mikkei Combine
  • Ellen Wong as Misaki Han, Commander of the Ishida Royal Guard, and childhood friend of Four (season 2)
  • Mike Dopud as Arax Nero, a powerful well connected leader of a prison gang (season 2)
  • Kris Holden-Ried as Galactic Authority Inspector Kyle Kierken (season 2)
  • Guest

  • Amanda Brugel as Keeley, a miner the Raza crew encounter on a mission
  • Ruby Rose as Wendy, an entertainment model android
  • Natalie Brown as Sarah, Marcus Boone's lover before he became Three
  • Ennis Esmer as Wexler, the leader of a mercenary group hired by Delaney Truffault to work with the Raza crew
  • Jessica Sipos as Tash, a member of Wexler's mercenary group
  • Jon Cor as Vons, a member of Wexler's mercenary group
  • Conrad Pla as Cain, a member of Wexler's mercenary group
  • Kerr Hewitt as Sgt. Voss, a Ferrous Corp soldier who serves aboard the FCS Deliverance
  • Wil Wheaton as Alex Rook, President and CEO of Dwarf Star Technologies
  • Franka Potente as Chief Inspector Shaddick of the Galactic Authority’s Serious Crimes Division (season 2)
  • Production

    Principal photography for the first season began in Toronto, Canada, on January 9, 2015, and concluded May 20, 2015.

    On September 1, 2015, Syfy renewed Dark Matter for a second season. Chris Regina, Syfy’s senior VP of program strategy, said that "With its mysterious premise and fascinating characters, Dark Matter has built an incredibly loyal, passionate and engaged fan base. We look forward to another out-of-this-world season from this talented creative team." Production on the second season began on December 9, 2015, and concluded May 6, 2016. The third season began production on November 18, 2016.

    Broadcast

    Dark Matter premiered on Syfy in the United States on the same day as Canada. Within the following week, the series premiered on Syfy Australia and Syfy UK – on June 13 and 16, 2015, respectively.

    Reception

    Review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes gave a 58% approval rating, with an average rating of 4.6/10 based on reviews from 12 critics, and 88% approval from the average audience. Metacritic gave the series an average score of 58 (out of 100) based on reviews from 5 critics, indicating "Mixed or average reviews".

    The series premiere pulled 273,000 overnight viewers on the Space channel in Canada, and 1.28 million viewers for its premiere on the Syfy channel in the U.S.

    References

    Dark Matter (TV series) Wikipedia


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