TV Review | Defiance 3.04 ‘Dead Air’

Defiance 3.04 ‘Dead Air’ Original UK Airdate July 16th 2015 “Despicable species, the humans, but they have rhythm.” – General Tak Well that was that then. The cliffhanger from last week (Datak and Stahma being ordered to destroy the arch) is resolved in the opening teaser this week as the arch goes boomf and Alak’s…

TV Review | Defiance 3.03 ‘Broken Bough’

Defiance 3.03 ‘Broken Bough’ Original UK Airdate: July 2nd 2015 Writers Todd Slavkin & Darren Swimmer (the show’s best writers) deliver another quality episode which is high on character development and intrigue. Datak and Stahma arrive back in town and begin their undercover work. Datak is arrested for trying to steal guns from the towns…

TV Review | Defiance 3.02 ‘The Last Unicorns’

Defiance 3.02 ‘The Last Unicorns’ Original UK Airdate: July 2nd 2015 The purple skinned aliens who made their débuts last week are called Omec, a Votan race far older and more vicious than the others. Legends have it they enslaved and consumed vast numbers of the other Votans but were believed to have been wiped…

TV Review | Defiance 3.01 ‘The World We Seize’

Defiance 3.1 ‘The World We Seize’ Original UK Airdate: June 25th 2015 Two purple skinned aliens we’ve not seen before leave their ship in orbit, head down to Earth and while looking for something in the ruins around Defiance re-awaken Nolan and Irisa from stasis. Seven months have passed since the end of last season.…

TV Review | Defiance 2.12 ‘All Things Must Pass’

Defiance 2.12 ‘All Things Must Pass’ Original UK Airdate: December 4th 2014 Defiance’s best writing team of Todd Slavkin and Darren Swimmer deliver another winner of an episode. A reverse of 2.06, which pared the regular cast off into odd-couple combinations (Nolan and Pottinger, Amanda and Stahma, Datak and Rafe), All Things Must Pass matches…

TV Review | Defiance 2.11 ‘Doll Parts’

Defiance 2.11 ‘Doll Parts’ Original UK Airdate: 27th November 2014 In America Doll parts was aired back-to-back with last weeks episode, ‘Bottom of the World’, the belief being that the two episodes worked far better together than apart, and Doll Parts is certainly a direct follow-on. It begins with what we’ve known was coming for…