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Dark Angel

Genres: Action/Adventure, Science Fiction

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Season 2

Dark Angel is an American science fiction television series created by James Cameron and Charles H. Eglee and set in a post-apocalyptic Seattle which chronicles the life of Max Guevara (X5-452), a genetically enhanced super-soldier who, after escaping from a covert government biotech/military facility as a child, tries to lead some semblance of a normal life.

The series aired in the USA on Fox from 3 October, 2000 to 3 May, 2002. There are 43 hour-long episodes in two seasons.

Dark Angel originally aired in South Africa on SABC3, from 10 August, 2001 to 9 August, 2002. It later aired on TopTV's Fox Entertainment channel. See "Seasons" below for seasonal broadcast dates and times.

Season 2 premiered on Fox Entertainment on Friday 24 September 2010, at 21h45. New episodes broadcast weekly. There are 21 episodes in the second season.

Fox Repeats

Tuesdays: 01h30
Fridays: 03h45

Season 2

In the second season of the show, the tone changes as Max and Logan bring down Manticore and free all the transgenics within.

Two others become main characters: Alec (Jensen Ackles), a fellow X-5 who joins Jam Pony, and Joshua (Kevin Durand), a transgenic with canine DNA.

Max later learns that Joshua was the first transgenic created by Manticore's founder Sandeman. It becomes apparent that Manticore produced many different human/animal mixes as well as other experiments with unique abilities.

A major theme in the second season is the discovery of an even more deadly enemy than Lydecker or Renfro, namely a millennia-old breeding cult similar in structure to the Illuminati.

This has resulted in humans even more formidable than the Manticore-produced transgenics, and even some with strong telekinetic powers.

Ames White (Martin Cummins), a government agent introduced early in the second season trying to eliminate the loose transgenics, is revealed to be a member of the cult.

When a strange message written in Max's genetic code makes an appearance on her skin, it is revealed that Sandeman is a renegade from the breeding cult and Ames White is his son, who is still loyal to the cult and hates his father's transgenic creations with a passion.

The second season ends before Sandeman's plan for Max can be revealed.

Seasons

Season 1 (22 episodes)

Channel: SABC3 | Premiere: 10 Aug 2001 | Finale: 1 Feb 2002 | Fridays, 20h30
Channel: Fox Entertainment | Premiere: 23 Apr 2010 | Finale: 17 Sep 2010 | Fridays, 21h45

Season 2 (21 episodes)

Channel: SABC3 | Premiere: 22 Mar 2002 | Finale: 9 Aug 2002 | Fridays, 20h30
Channel: Fox Entertainment | Premiere: 24 Sep 2010 | Finale: 11 Feb 2011 | Fridays, 21h45


Season 2 Cast

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Calvin 'Sketchy' Theodore

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Cynthia 'Original Cindy' McEachin

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Logan Cale

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Max Guevara "X5-452"

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Reagan 'Normal' Ronald

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Alec "X5-494"

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Ames White

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Asha Barlowe

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Donald Lydecker

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Joshua

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Det. Matt Sung

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Dr. Beverly Shankar

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Dr. Elizabeth Renfro/Madame X

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James McGinnis

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Agent 1

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Albino X

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Annie Fisher

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Biker at Gas Line-up

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Bill - Channel 3 News

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C.J. Sandeman

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Church Lady

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Cop 3

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Cyril the Biochemist

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Dr. Colleen Harrington

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Dr. George

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Female Breeding X5

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Gem / X-5

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Gill Guy

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Hispanic Cop

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Hotel Clerk

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Hottie Blood

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Johnny

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Katarina

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Kurt

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Lab Tech

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Lieutenant Clemente

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Lux

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Mario

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Marrow

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ND Cop

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Newscaster

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Nurse Betty/Elizabeth Blanchard

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Operative at Warehouse

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Otto

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Rachel Berrisford

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Robert Berrisford

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S1W Member

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Sally

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Sheriff Lamar

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TAC Officer 1

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Transhuman - DAC

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TV Commercial

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X6 / Fixit

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X6 / Zero

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X6/Ralph

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