Alan, Peter and Hatake prepare for a final showdown with the Scythe, Jordan gets life altering news and the fate of the virus is revealed.
The Scythe wages war on the base survivors, while Hatake is faced with an impossible choice.
Peter leads the Vectors in a full on attack of the base – and that’s just the start of the problems.
As Jordan’s condition deteriorates, Alan and Walker venture to a nearby outpost to radio for help.
Strange alliances are formed as Hatake reveals a startling truth about the real reason the CDC is at the base.
Alan (Billy Campbell) risks his life to save his brother Peter from Ilaria CEO Constance Sutton (Jeri Ryan), only to see him re-captured by Vectors. Julia Walker (Kyra Zagorsky) deals with the mystery of her “cure” while her half-brother Daniel confronts their father, Dr. Hatake (Hiroyuki Sanada), about being abducted as a child.
As Ilaria CEO Constance Sutton arrives to collect the virus and its cure, Alan finds Walker (Kyra Zagorsky) seemingly symptom-free. Daniel (Meegwun Fairbrother) learns the truth about his “adoption” by Hatake (Hiroyuki Sanada).
After Daniel (Meegwun Fairbrother) leaves Balleseros (Mark Ghanimé) to die, the mystery surrounding his connection to Hatake (Hiroyuki Sanada) is revealed. As he works to save Peter (Neil Napier), Alan (Billy Campbell) struggles with his feelings for both Walker (Kyra Zagorsky) and Jordan (Jordan Hayes).
As Alan’s (Billy Campbell) controversial cure leaves Peter (Neil Napier) clinging to life, the unchecked virus forces Jordan (Jordan Hayes) to make a devastating decision. Walker (Kyra Zagorsky) discovers the surprising truth about her new ally, while Daniel (Meegwun Fairbrother) squares off against Balleseros (Mark Ghanimé).
As Alan (Billy Campbell) risks killing Peter (Neil Napier) in a desperate effort to cure him, Walker (Kyra Zagorsky) teams with a mysterious young researcher to survive their quarantine. Jordan (Jordan Hayes) discovers her Rapid Response test is flawed.
As Alan (Billy Campbell) sets up an isolation unit to quarantine the infected lab workers, Walker (Kyra Zagorsky) and Jordan (Jordan Hayes) each face the possibility that they have the deadly virus, too.
As Dr. Alan Farragut (Billy Campbell) accelerates the hunt for his infected brother Peter (Neil Napier), the quarantine of three scientists threatens to create panic at the lab. Doreen (Catherine Lemieux) finds evidence that Dr. Hatake (Hiroyuki Sanada) is lying about his research.
Beloved Architect of television's most iconic science fiction series, Ronald D. Moore, takes center stage to discuss his approach to the genre and the reason that HELIX became his next soon-to-be-classic episodic. Also includes Creator Cameron Porsandeh, Show Runner Steven Maeda, Executive Producer Lynda Obst and Pilot Director Jeffrey Reiner.
Play God. Pay the price. Go inside new Syfy thriller from the Executive Producer of Battlestar Galactica and the producers of the X-Files, Lost and Contact.
WTH? Moments throughout episode 3 that made us all go what?
Play God. Pay the Price.
Get up-close and personal with the mysterious virus at the center of Syfy’s new thriller!
Check out the first 5 minutes of the next episode of Helix.
Is the future of Ilaria one standing in the spotlight?
Ron Moore lets you know what to expect when Helix comes to Syfy in January!
Ron Moore tells his story of how he got the script of Helix.
Get a look at what Syfy's next hit is all about. Helix premieres Friday Jan. 10 at 10/9c.
Someone is keeping tabs on the scientists at Arctic Biosystems. But who?
The Scythe gets his final revenge, the base is destroyed, Julia is captured and oh yeah, there’s a severed head.
Watch a highlight from the Comic-Con 2014 Helix panel. The producers talk about additional new cast joining the show.
The virus is just the beginning of the story. Get a glimpse of what surprises Helix has in store.
WTH? Moments throughout episodes 1-2 that made us all go what?
Ron Moore and the creators of Helix discuss what separates Helix from Battlestar. Highlight from this year's Helix panel at Comic-Con 2013.
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