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An astronaut struggles to learn how she became pregnant while on a thirteen-month-long solo space mission.


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Series cast summary:
Halle Berry ...  Molly Woods / ... 26 episodes, 2014-2015
Pierce Gagnon ...  Ethan Woods 26 episodes, 2014-2015
Grace Gummer ...  Julie Gelineau 26 episodes, 2014-2015
Tyler Hilton ...  Charlie Arthurs 20 episodes, 2014-2015
Goran Visnjic ...  John Woods 16 episodes, 2014-2015
Lynnanne Zager ...  G.I.N.A. 14 episodes, 2014-2015
Hiroyuki Sanada ...  Hideki Yasumoto 13 episodes, 2014
Jeffrey Dean Morgan ...  JD Richter 13 episodes, 2015
Michael O'Neill ...  Alan Sparks 13 episodes, 2014
Camryn Manheim ...  Sam Barton 13 episodes, 2014
Kiersey Clemons ...  Lucy 11 episodes, 2015
Maury Sterling ...  Gordon Kern 11 episodes, 2014
David Morrissey ...  Tobias Shepherd 11 episodes, 2015


An astronaut (Berry) returns home from a year long solo mission in space. She tries to reconnect with her husband and son in their everyday life. Her experiences in space and home lead to events that ultimately will change the course of human history. Written by Anonymous

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Life always finds a way


Drama | Sci-Fi | Thriller


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This show has a few connections to One Tree Hill (2003): Pierce Gagnon (Ethan) appeared in seven episodes in season nine, Tyler Hilton (Charlie) appeared in twenty-nine episodes in seasons two, three, four, and nine; and Jeffrey Dean Morgan (J.D.) is married to former One Tree Hill (2003) star Hilarie Burton, who also appeared in season two episodes of this show. See more »


Referenced in Jeopardy!: Episode #31.63 (2014) See more »

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Combination of so bad it's good, and a little bit interesting
11 December 2016 | by mgl-92037See all my reviews

Let me start out by saying that if ever a less talented actor or actress than Halle Berry won an Oscar, I would be surprised. She can't act---at all, in anything. If anything, the actor who plays her husband is worse, and they have less chemistry together than Lily Tomlin and John Travolta in Moment by Moment. To be honest, this is part of the "so bad it's good" element. I enjoy seeing them struggle through their lines, syllable by syllable, and sometimes even letter by letter, like children who have only learned the sounds of speech, or like aphasic stroke victims. It is just absolutely precious to watch them try to act. The robot boy is not a bad little actor. The absolute worst is Grace Gummer, the nepotistic no-talent who is also ugly as sin. My god, did Streep threaten the producer's children or something? Every scene with Gummer induces teeth grinding.

If, over all the acting is mostly in the "so bad it's good category"---including the 0.5 dimensional Jeffrey Dean Morgan---the plot ranges from interesting to bad, bad, bad. The whole sexual dynamic with her hybrid alien "son" was beyond creepy. The "but it's my baby" screech from Halle Berry was offensively stupid. On the other hand, I found the concept of the show rather interesting, at the beginning, and I am a sucker for space stations, to be honest. The end of the second season was beyond bad---beyond horrible. Jesus would have refused to die for our sins if he knew that writing so bad was coming in the future.

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Release Date:

9 July 2014 (USA) See more »

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