ByMatthew Chapman, writer at
Male. Australian. Nerd. Twitter: shuey1984
Matthew Chapman

A young woman's murder causes the subjects of a century-long mission to populate a new world to question the true nature of the project as they approach the point of no return.

It was a combination of being a Syfy show and Tricia Helfer that made me want to watch this show.

But both of them didn’t stop me from wanting to turn this off halfway through the first episode.

The story was boring and none of the characters were likeable, I couldn’t care less about their lives and their stories.

The second episode didn’t get any better but I’m glad I kept with it because it all goes down in the final episode, like they were saving up all the good stuff for the finale.

The cast is hit and miss for me, some of them drew my attention more than others, namely Helfer and Brian Van Holt (Cougar Town), the story doesn’t really get interesting until towards the end and has some awesome twists throughout the show.

It does seem like there is supposed to be another season but I’m not going to lose sleep if I never find out what happened and it’s not something I would watch again.


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