Amy decides to go to summer school instead of work, while Dylan and Ben, after getting caught by their parents, are forbidden from seeing each other.
What happened to Irisa at the end of Season 1? Did she survive? What about Nolan? And what bonded them as father and daughter in the first place? These questions and more are answered in this special digital-original episode, which picks up right where Season 1 left off and paves the way for Season 2.
The team manages a billionaire who seems to have lost his sanity; Olivia and the White House staff prepare to celebrate the president's 50th birthday.
Irisa’s terrifying black-outs escalate, driving a wedge of secrecy between her and a worried Nolan Meanwhile, the Tarr family business thrives under Stahma’s self-appointed direction while an increasingly suspicious Datak remains in jail.
Irisa and Nolan return to Defiance, Stahma plots against Datak and Pottinger has a new trick up his sleeve.
Nolan travels to what was once Los Angeles in search of Irisa, Datak’s criminal empire has a surprising new head and Pottinger, the new Mayor of Defiance, starts causing trouble.
Jesse Rath (Alak) chats with Grant Bowler (Nolan) and Dewshane Williams (Tommy) abut how lucky they are to be a human in the world of 2047.
The citizens of Defiance prepare to cast their votes for mayor, while Nolan is violently confronted with his past and Irisa must decide whether or not to embrace her destiny.
Amanda's mayoral campaign is jeopardized when Nolan is involved in an accident just before the election, causing the town to question Amanda's decision to appoint him as Lawkeeper.
The town of Defiance is shocked when the remains of a prominent businessman who disappeared almost six years ago, is discovered hidden in the walls of the NeedWant. Lawkeeper Nolan and his deputy Tommy spearhead an investigation that unearths the secrets of many citizens of Defiance, causing unrest on the eve of Alak and Christie's wedding.
A deadly plague ravages the town; racial tensions escalate when the Irathients, who are immune to the virus, are quarantined.
Gordon McClintock, a NASA hero from the pre-Arkfall days who was presumed dead, is discovered to still be alive when he is revived from an induced sleep; his struggles to adjust in the new world rattle the town.
When the area is hit by a deadly Razor Rain storm, the people of Defiance must run for cover and stay indoors, where they discover truths about themselves and their neighbors. Irisa's visions lead her to Sukar and the Spirit Riders. But when she arrives at their camp, she discovers that he is under the influence of strange and mysterious forces.
An old war buddy of Nolan's comes to Defiance chasing after a bounty for a notorious weapons dealer. Meanwhile, the weapons dealer becomes a dangerous threat to the town when he runs rampant in the Hollows and forces Datak to help him evade the Earth Republic.
Nolan and Amanda face danger outside of town, while Irisa faces her past (and kicks some serious butt).
Kenya is abducted in the alien badlands when she sets out to amend the corrupt affairs of Tirra, a troubled NeedWant employee.
Yes, this really happens.
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Kevin Murphy sits down to discuss Episode 10 with Jaime Murray.
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In the year 2046, it’s a new Earth – with new rules. Over thirty years after various alien races arrived on Earth, the landscape is completely altered, terraformed nearly beyond recognition. To the town of Defiance, on what used to be St. Louis, comes the mysterious Nolan (Grant Bowler) and his charge, Irisa (Stephanie Leonidas). As they settle into town – overseen by the mayor, Amanda Rosewater (Julie Benz) and filled with residents like the powerful Rafe McCawley (Graham Greene), enterprising lounge owner Kenya (Mia Kirshner) and the ambitious, alien Tarrs (Tony Curran and Jaime Murray) - events begin to unfold that threaten the fragile peace this border town has fought for.
It’s do or die time when Nolan attempts to escape and turn the tables on Moruku but an unexpected revelation may change everything. Defiance Season 2 premieres Thursday June 19 at 8/7c.
Season one comes to a dramatic conclusion.
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