Syfy Cancels Dark Matter After Three Seasons

Dark Matter

Just days after the Season 3 finale, Syfy has cancelled Dark Matter.

Premiering in 2015, the show was based on a four-issue comic book series that Stargate writers Joseph Mallozzi and Paul Mullie released through Dark Horse Comics in 2012.

Mallozzi and Mullie served as co-creators and executive producers for the live action adaptation of the story that put six people on a spaceship with no memories of who they are or how they got there.

News hit the web about the series' cancellation through Mallozzi's short blog post on the matter. "It is with great sadness that I confirm the news," Mallozzi wrote. "Syfy has cancelled Dark Matter after three seasons."

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He continued, "to say that I’m incredibly disappointed would be an understatement," before concluding with "you all deserved better."

No detailed information was provided on the network's reason for cancelling the show, though Mallozzi said he would comment on the matter down the road. Instead, he focused on thanking the cast and crew, as well as the fans of the show.

Dark Matter starred Marc Bendavid as One, Melissa O'Neil as Two, Anthony Lemke as Three, Alex Mallari Jr. as Four, Jodelle Ferland as Five, Roger Cross as Six, Zoie Palmer as The Android, Shaun Sipos as Devon Taltherd, and Melanie Liburd as Nyx Harper.

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