Separated from the team and haunted by vivid hallucinations, an injured and desperate Dr. Rosen seeks a final confrontation with Alpha leader Parish.
When Rose kidnaps and interrogates an Alpha prisoner, the team wonders how far Rosen will go in seeking revenge for the death of his daughter. Meanwhile, Harken and Gary, desperately searching for Skylar, discover Parish has imprisoned her in an only Alphas form of captivity.
It's Midnight Run, Alphas-style as Hicks and Kat transport a valuable Parish asset: a babbling, off-his-nuts memory sponge Alpha named Roland. Roland just might hold the strategic intel they need to stop Parish...if they can outrun and outwit Roland's seemingly indestructible Alpha "caretaker". Meawhile, Rosen is on his own hunt- for Parish' Achilles' Heel, a weak point to strike at. But Senator's Burton sudden presence in the Alphas office threatens to expose Rosen and Nina's own Achillles' Heel.
How does one grieve and move on from a terrible loss? Everyone's process is different. Dani's shocking death at the hands of Parish leaves Rosen and the team grasping for lifelines. Presented with his toughest emotional challenge, Rosen struggles to find a way through her grief, hiding behind his usual reserve.
When Hicks defects and works for Parish, Rosen and the team can only wonder: Has Hicks truly turned, or is he playing a deeper game involving Dani?
Now that Rosen has discovered the identity of the mole, he must face down the nearly impossible choice of what to do next.
The Alpha team comes face-to-face with further evidence of Parish's evil agenda.
Rosen enlists tech whiz Skylar to help to discover the purpose of an Alpha-enhancing technology, but Rosen's zeal endangers Skylar and her daughter.
An Alpha seems to have lost his mind and is attacking people at a hospital. While the team tracks him down, they begin to lose touch with reality.
The team investigates an Alpha-related crime spree leading to one of their own, who is in the midst of a dangerous emotional breakdown.
An investigation leads Harken and Hicks to go undercover in a secret, underground Alphas-only Fight Club where they meet "Kat", a wry, fast-talking, energetic fellow Alpha whose ability is that she’s able to instantly memorize any physical or mental skill. Ultimately Kat is put in jeopardy by the bad guys and Harken and our team rescue her. In the end, Rosen considers inviting Kat to join their odd-ball family of quirky superheroes.
On the hunt for a killer with super-speed, our team realizes his own search has lead him directly to them, with deadly consequences.
Nine months after Rosen revealed the existence of Alphas to the world his team has been blown apart. But, when two of their own are taken hostage our team must come back together to save their lives.
Get a first look at the upcoming season of Syfy's hit series "Alphas".
Dr. Rosen and his team must decide who to trust when Red Flag, led by Stanton Parish, escalates the war on the Department of Defense.
When a member of the team is suspected of being an agent for Red Flag, Dr. Rosen (David Strathairn) and the Alphas are abducted and held against their will in the Binghamton facility until the traitor is revealed.
Dr. Rosen's team starts to crack down on Stanton Parish.
Watch a clip from Episode 13 'God's Eye.'
Watch a clip from Episode 110 'The Unusual Suspects'.
Watch a clip from Episode 108 'A Short Time in Paradise'.
Watch a highlight from the Alphas panel at San Diego Comic-Con 2011.
Watch a clip from Episode 207 'Gods and Monsters.'
Watch a highlight from the Alphas panel at San Diego Comic-Con 2012.
Watch a clip from "Wake Up Call."
The cast and creators talk about what makes an Alpha an Alpha.
Watch a clip from Episode 106 'Bill and Gary's Excellent Adventure'.
The cast and creators talk about the role that the government facility in Binghamton plays on the show
Watch a clip from Episode 203 'Alpha Dogs.'
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