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The year is 2275. Bounty Hunter Dante Montana and his ragtag crew are commissioned to track and capture dangerous interplanetary criminals, including an evil force Dante believes kidnapped his son. Meanwhile, covert forces are waging a desperate war to unlock the secrets of the Divinity Cluster - powerful knowledge that would mean universal domination... Written by
Echo Bridge Home Entertainment
Thisb is how sci-fi should be. In addition to some better than average special fx (and in many episodes Lots of them) Starhunter has ideas, not since early Star Trek or the first seasson of X files has a TV series trusted the viewer to arm wrestle with some questions. ORDER is my favorite episode this way. A life and death struggle in which everyone's faith, or lack of it, is challenged -no cliches or sacherine answers, but humour is rocks along with it.
Dante and Percy are cool characters, and they rarely do the expected. Yeah, maybe there wasn't to much money -I can't tell for sure- but it gives you something most TV doesn't. Hope there's a second season!
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