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The Dark Matter Cast Still Has Plenty Of Fight In The Season 2 Premiere

Fridays 9e 6p

Now that the first episode of Dark Matter has premiered, it’s time to revisit the highlights. As the episode gets underway, Two, Three, and Four are in a complete state of confusion. They don’t know where they are and they don’t know how they got there, but before they have a chance to speculate, a voice instructs them to strip and they’re sprayed with some kind of disinfectant. After being handed some new threads, they set foot in their unwelcoming new home: a maximum-security galactic detention facility known as Hyperion-8.


Meanwhile, Five wakes up with a headache in the facility’s staff wing. Within a few minutes, she learns that the crew of the Raza has been betrayed by Six and most of them are now locked up in cells. Needless to say, she’s feeling a little betrayed.


Struggling to adapt to prison life, Three wastes no time making enemies. First, a trio of hostile inmates approach, insisting that he owes them money for a bank job they did together. While Three has no recollection of this, measures are taken to jog his memory.


As a down payment, these disgruntled inmates demand Three’s ration card, only to be scared off by new cast member Melanie Liburd. Three experiences a brief moment of gratitude, but this mysterious visitor also wants his ration card—and she’s willing to fight for it.


As Four can attest, fighting is a crucial ingredient in the latest episode of Dark Matter. When a group of inmates interrupts one of his meals, he readily accepts their challenge.


Underestimated by his fellow inmates, Four is forced to beat up several attackers, launching a full-scale brawl—that guards quickly quell.


Meanwhile, Two manages to keep conflict to a minimum, as she is placed in solitary confinement. However, there is one reassuring perk to her predicament: she has access to simulated nature.


When it comes time for Three to have some food, he opts for a uniquely unappetizing smoothie on a plate, making escape an increasingly attractive option.


Eventually, Two, Three, and Four get a chance to reunite and share stories of their prison frustrations. When Three wonders if they really have any chance of escaping this “inescapable prison on a moon with no atmosphere,” Two is quick to set him straight.


To find out where Dark Matter’s second season goes from here, tune in on July 8 at 10e 7p.