Dark Matter (2015–2017)
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Isn't That a Paradox? 

The Blink Drive self activates and sends the crew of the Raza 600 years back in time to the friendly 21st century suburbia. They must try to fit in while searching for answers. Only the local kids become suspicious.

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Joseph Mallozzi (created by), Paul Mullie (created by) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Melissa O'Neil ... Two
Anthony Lemke ... Three
Alex Mallari Jr. ... Four
Jodelle Ferland ... Five
Roger Cross ... Six
Zoie Palmer ... The Android
Natalie Brown ... Sarah
Seán Cullen ... Professor Brophey (as Sean Cullen)
Brendan Murray ... Victor
David Richmond-Peck ... Commander Nieman
Eugene Clark ... Sheriff Vargas (as Eugene A. Clark)
Peter DaCunha ... Ethan (as Peter Dacunha)
Tomaso Sanelli ... Jake Connor
Adrianna Di Liello ... Madison (as Adrianna Diliello)
Jim Annan ... Miles Connor
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The Blink Drive self activates and sends the crew of the Raza 600 years back in time to the friendly 21st century suburbia. They must try to fit in while searching for answers. Only the local kids become suspicious.

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TV-14
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Release Date:

28 July 2017 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Cambridge, Ontario, Canada See more »

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Prodigy Pictures See more »
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Trivia

The Android mentions that in the 21st century, American football was as popular as Quidditch , implying that the fictional Harry Potter game had become a legitimate sport in the future. See more »

Goofs

The Android drives to the Marauder landing site in the woods, and the 3 kids follow on their bicycles. They pull up behind her just as she arrives. But the landing site is 6 kilometers (3.7 miles) outside of town. It would be impossible for them to ride quickly enough to keep up, especially over that distance. See more »

Soundtracks

Truth Is on Fire
(uncredited)
Written and performed by Blind Munkee
(the second song that the Android is listening to)
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The first utterly terrible episode
2 August 2017 | by thealchSee all my reviews

So this series has been amazing up until this point.

Apparently going back in time and arriving at Earth as we know it turns future space dwellers into complete morons, allowing unknown children to walk around and stumble across space guns, making usually super-powered androids not notice when they are being followed by children, and somehow children on bicycles can not only keep up with androids in cars, but can magically teleport ahead of cars.

Not to mention the terrible acting of Earth dwellers, this episode has been utterly terrible, and a prime example of why sci-fi writers should not re-hash the same old rubbish stories.

Really, accidentally went back in time so now have to pretend to be normal humans on Earth for a while? REALLY? That is the best you could do?

Your'e fired!


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