What was your favorite episode of Dark Matter’s second season?
The nominees are…
Episode 202 – Kill Them All: The crew of the Raza stage a jailbreak from galactic Super Max, Hyperion – 8.
Episode 211 – Wish I’d Spaced You When I Had The Chance: THREE and FIVE are on the run, with no one to rely on but each other.
Episode 213 – But First We Save The Galaxy: The crew of the Raza attempt to head off a terrorist attack on Eos-7.
Head on over to twitter to cast your vote –
The #DarkMatter Greatest Episode Tournament =s!
Cast your vote for one of the following second season episodes. Reminder gifs below.
Don't see your favorite listed? Cast a write-in ballot by posting the episode title in this thread.
(Oops. Forgot the poll.)
— Joseph Mallozzi (@BaronDestructo) March 11, 2020
Don’t see your favorite episode in the Top 4? Then cast a write-in ballot either on twitter or in the comments section.
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