Well, that’s a wrap on Vancouver after 18 great years. I came for the Stargate but stayed for, well, the Stargate, but eventually stuck around because it became home. Now, however, it’s time to move on. My some 200 boxes of books, comic books, and supervillain statues and toys shipped out on Sunday and, tomorrow, Akemi, Lulu, Suji and I catch a 7:20 a.m. flight out. I had a great time in this wonderful city and will miss the many friends I leave behind.
So what awaits us in Toronto? Perhaps a fourth season of Dark Matter fraught with twists, turns, shocks, surprises, an alien invasion, an android insurrection, and answers to so many of the questions we’ve posited over the show’s first thirty-nine episodes? Here’s hoping.
The show continues to put up strong numbers in delayed viewer numbers. Once again, Dark Matter was tied for #1 among all cable shows with a 200% increase in the key demo, and it almost doubled its overall viewership.
I leave you with a few more BTS videos on Dark Matter –
Misaki Han (Ellen Wong) makes her grand entrance in “Kill Them All”, directed by Bruce McDonald.
Running through the Hyperion-8 prison riot with stunt coordinator John Stead.
Rehearsing the “Kill Them All” fight sequence with Android stunt double Jennifer Murray. Directed by Bruce McDonald. Stunt Coordinator John Stead.