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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
The first season was somewhat breathtaking. With Dante searching for his long lost son, and going through life-changing experiences on the way... It's awesome. The characters sometimes changed for the better, for the worse, but always somehow managed to keep our attention. And even the smallest detail was important to the show. The most creative show of all time. I don't know how anyone could ever not like Starhunter. It's a wonderful show. The only saddening part/disappointment for the show was its cancellation. That crushed me, and my hopes of seeing more of the actors'/actresses' wonderful work. I admire them all. The people who put together this great show and who helped in any way possible to keep it on air/who gave any time whatsoever to it. My thanks go out to all of them. They brought us a worthwhile show, and a memorable one, at that. Starhunter: I will miss thee and they excellence.
Percy, Dante, Lucretia, Rudolpho, Carravagio... All wonderfully constructed characters. Even the guest stars, the extras... All of them were awesome.
The only thing that bugs me now is that we never got to see poor Dante and Travis reunited in a heartfelt moment. That is my only regret for the show. Watch Starhunter, now. I am commanding you to do so. I guarantee that you'll be hooked within a matter of one episode or less. It got my attention for the first... thirty seconds that I saw.
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