Next Episode of Andromeda is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
From an original concept found in the unpublished papers of Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry, comes the story of Dylan Hunt, courageous captain of the most glorious starship in the universe, the Andromeda Ascendant. After 300 years frozen in time at the event horizon of a black hole. Dylan Hunt wakes... to a universe in chaos. The Systems Commonwealth, the greatest civilization in history, has fallen. But together with an unlikely band of renegades and aliens who become his crew, Dylan begins his quest to rekindle the light of civilization and push back the evils that grip the universe!
Dylan exits the route of ages and ends up on Seefra. The beings on Seefra have limited technology and no escape from the system.
Beka has joined a salvage crew that ends up on Seefra. The crew leader has found the Andromeda, but Dylan still has a claim to it.
Dylan finds Harper, but Harper's not happy to see his former boss; he's adjusted to life on Seefra.
Doyle is plagued by nightmares and half-remembered dreams of life on board the Andromeda, but she was never a member of the crew.
Beka receives a message from Virgil Vox, the radio personality, concerning a secret from her past.
A new woman arrives in town seeking Dylan's aid. She reveals that she was a Commonwealth scientist before it fell and that she is trapped in a time loop.
The return of Flavin sparks a conflict between two rival gangs over who gets his ship and the bounties within.
Harper discovers a new weapon in the system that is powered by a crystal, which Harper feels will be able to power the Andromeda.
A bar fight spills out into the streets and a remark from Rhade aimed at Dylan drives Trance over the edge, causing her to leave the Andromeda.
After Rhade, Harper, and Beka each have dealings with the Stranger, he is murdered. Now they're all on trial for his death.
While Rhade is busy defending refugees on Seefra Five from the army of a local warlord, Dylan is surprised to find Höhne, the Perseid scientist thought to be dead.
Beka's new boyfriend turns out to be more than she suspected.
While Beka, Harper, Rhade, and Doyle are searching for Vedran treasure, they find a door that is rumored to reveal a test that if passed will yield great wealth, but if failed will cause madness.
Harper discovers a program built into the Seefra system that can destroy eight of the planets. Dylan begins plans to evacuate the eight planets, but is interrupted by a new arrival through the Route of Ages.
While Harper develops a way to save the Seefra system from its impending doom, a spy has slipped aboard the Andromeda.
When the blinking sun of the Seefra system goes dark for an extended period of time, Dylan takes the opportunity to study the workings of the artifact in hopes of finding a way to fix it.
Dylan is gravely wounded in a lab accident, but wakes up in the bar with Harper telling bad jokes.
As Trance's sun closes on Seefra-9, Doyle rebuilds Rommie to help evacuate the planet.
Dylan deals with the residents of Seefra One, who are unhappy with the number of refugees arriving on their planet.
Harper is captured by General Burma, a man who believes all technology to be evil.
Dylan and his crew deal with the survivors on Seefra One.
Analyzing fragments of the destroyed Earth, Romy finds radical isotopes, proof that the Abyss aided the Nietzscheans in the destruction of the planet.
Steve Bacic(Telemachus Rhade)
Laura Bertram(Trance Gemini)
Brent Stait(Rev Bem)
Gordon Michael Woolvett(Seamus Harper)
Kevin Sorbo(Captain Dylan Hunt)
Lisa Ryder(Beka Valentine)
Keith Hamilton Cobb(Tyr Anasazi)
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