Dark Matter season 3 episode 11 is the beginning of the show’s home stretch — at least in our head, since there are only three left. This is when the story should, at least in theory, really start moving towards what could be an exciting conclusion. With this show, that could mean a wide array of different things — in the past we’ve seen everything from departures to crazy betrayals.
What we can offer up for you right now are some of the first details regarding what’s coming up along with a very simple warning: Buckle up, given that things are going to get crazy based on what was on the show tonight.
Dark Matter season 3 episode 11 synopsis – “One of the Android’s newly discovered memories leads the crew to a suspicious Dwarf Star facility on Nova 17.”
Tonight’s backstory episode did a fantastic job of letting you know where Two came from, but the same thing went for many androids in general. The more that we learned, ultimately the more surprising it was. The important thing to remember here now is that Sarah is back from her alternate/constructed world, but the problem is that her construct is in the wrong hands … Victor’s hands. It just so turns out that he is a traitor and he may use her for harm more so than good. (Hey, the show’s not waiting until the finale for the crazy betrayals.)
For Three, the mission is pretty simple: Find a way to get Sarah back. The promo below doesn’t offer up many clues as to what’s happening there, but it does allow for more of a tease as to what Two and company are going to find on Nova 17: Nanites.
(Sidebar: Any Arrow fans out there? “Nanites, courtesy of Ray Palmer. They’re delivering a high frequency pulse that’s disabling your speed!” Referencing this is probably a sign we spend too much time on Reddit.)
How are the ratings?
We didn’t have a chance to share some of the most-recent numbers earlier in the week, so let’s just go ahead and pass along some of the good news here! This past episode of the series in late July ended up generating a 0.2 rating in the 18-49 demographic, which ties for the best number of the season. Meanwhile, in total viewers, it posted its best total of the season in 693,000 viewers. These are the sort of numbers that should offer up some further hope in terms of the show’s season 4 odds.
It’s also probably no coincidence that Dark Matter posted season-high ratings the same week as Killjoys did the same thing the week before.
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