Liam Kincaid (Robert Leeshock) returns to aid Renee in her final conflict with the Atavus.
Renee and Capt. Michaels uncover a breeding ground of Atavus at a hybrid vaccine facility.
While having to fight off other hybrids, Renee searches to acquire an antidote for Street who has become an Atavus hybrid.
A vigilante group called the Preservationists puts Renée on trial for opening the initial Atavus chamber.
Renee rescues an alien Atavus from Sandoval and Tate, only to discover the boy is Howlyn's son.
Renee and Lt. Michaels set out on a mission to destroy the Taelon mothership's weaponry system, but guards capture Michaels in the process.
Renee tries to save Chase who is trapped within a top-secret, government-run prison for hybrids.
Renee is sent a manuscript by a missing archeologist that suggests an ancient Egyptian high priest could have been an Atavus.
Juda's death spells hope for Renee in her battle against the Atavus.
A hybrid-infested hospital uses comatose patients as a food source for the Atavus.
A high school student becomes obsessed with the Atavus and his Website fan club leads him into dangerous territory.
Renee and Street check into a spa for some rest but find themselves in a life and death struggle with an Atavus.
An archaeological dig beneath New York resurrects a dormant Atavus and Renee is called upon to track it -- which leads her on a trip back in time.
Love is both blind and deadly for Street, who finds herself attracted to a seductive Atavus she and Renee discover beneath Stonehenge.
William Boone faces an enemy from the past when Sandoval brings Zo'or back to life as an Atavus.
Renee tries to sabotage Sandoval and Howlyn's plans for mass-producing Atavus regeneration chambers.
Renee springs Dr. Mataros (Margot Kidder), a convicted serial killer, from death row in a desperate attempt to find a way to kill the Atavus.
Sandoval resurrects Boone to lure Renee into Holwyn's trap; Renee detects a subterranean hybrid chamber near a downtown nightclub.
Renee joins forces with a down-and-out former reporter in order to convince the media of the existence of the Atavus.
Renee (Jayne Heitmeyer) fights to destroy the Atavus as they begin a joining process that will create human Atavan hybrids.
While Sandoval strikes a deal with the Atavus, Renee desperately tries to convince Hubble Urick about the existence of the deadly aliens.
Renee desperately searches for Liam and unwittingly unearths the Atavus, a deadly new race of aliens intent on destroying humanity.
Liam and Renee (Robert Leeshock, Jayne Heitmeyer) find Ma'el's regeneration chamber, which could decide the fate of the Taelons.
A Jaridian energy beam turns companion protectors in six cities into assassins. With Leni Parker, Robert Leeshock and Jane Heitmeyer.
The Taelons prepare to enter death stasis, leaving the human race to uncover the secret of their core energy.
Renee's (Jayne Heitmeyer) boyfriend (Cameron Daddo), a double agent for the Atlantic National Alliance, is captured by the Taelons.
Renee, Liam and Charles Green attempt to solve a series of murders involving participants of a Taelon-Doors project.
In return for immunity, Sandoval agrees to testify before a tribunal that the Taelons have committed atrocities against the human race.
The fate of the Earth and the Taelons may be revealed when three astronauts from the future are discovered in stasis within a top-secret government base.
To evade Sandoval (Von Flores) and a mind probe, a nanobot-infested J Street (Melinda Deines) must trust Liam and Renee (Robert Leeshock, Jayne Heitmeyer).
Zo'or threatens to attack Earth after an artifact containing the secret of synthetic core energy is stolen from the Taelon mothership.
Dark matter collides with the Mothership, incapacitating all the Taelons aboard. With Robert Leeshock, Anita LaSelva and Von Flores.
Liam copes with a neural surveillance implant while trying to track Da'an, who leaves Earth on a mysterious final journey.
After a human baby is born with a CVI implant, Liam and Renee suspect wrongdoing at a Taelon-controlled fertility clinic.
A Grim Reaper-type serial killer invades dreams to commit murder, and only Liam and Renee have a clue of his existence.
While Renee is aboard the mothership, a mysterious being that haunts the secret chambers of the vessel takes her hostage.
Zo'or believes the key to Taelon survival lies in developing humanlike emotions, so he sets about capturing joie de vivre from Renee's younger brother, Richard.
In the face of an imminent Jaridian attack, the Taelons prepare to flee Earth, leaving the planet in chaos.
Discovery of a deadly parasite believed to be extinct threatens an amnesty negotiated by the Atlantic National Alliance.
Augur (Richard Chevolleau) will die if he does not help Declan Conners (Jason Cadieux) steal $3 trillion in gold from Zo'or (Anita La Selva).
A cyberresurrected Jonathan Doors and an alien murder aboard the mother ship may deal death blows to the Taelons' Earth presence.
The investigation of a break-in at Renee's apartment leads her and Liam to a clandestine cloning operation at a biomedical facility operated by a Nobel laureate.
Renee and Liam discover Da'an is addicted to Kryss, a substance the Taelons use to help them adapt to Earth's atmosphere.
Aboard a freighter in the Caribbean, Lili Marquette gives birth to a half-Jaridian child who may be the last hope for the race.
Liam and Renee race to save Lili Marquette, who has returned to Earth determined to deliver her half-Jaridian child.
Liam (Robert Leeshock) finds an ancient relic that proves a genetic link between the Taelons and the Jaridians.
Control Core runs murderously amok -- mutated beyond Taelon authority -- and Liam must extract its nerve center before it can kill again.
In an underground environment, Volunteers force drugged cult members to harvest kryss, a substance necessary to Taelon existence on Earth.
Ku'don's ghost (Michele Duquet) returns to haunt Zo'or (Anita La Selva), who is stealing Taelon profits.
Ma'el's ship comes alive and traps Liam and Renee on board; Zo'or challenges T'than to a battle to the death.
Zo'or is transferred into the body of a comatose man to convince humans to ban weapons that could threaten the Taelons.
Liam must save Zo'or when she contracts an ancient Taelon virus.
Liam and Renee learn that a weapon of mass destruction launched during the SI War was the work of early Taelon inhabitants.
Zo'or and Sandoval (Anita La Selva, Von Flores) plot to assassinate T'than (Michelle Nolden), the Taelon war minister.
After their shuttle crashes in a remote area, Liam must decide whether to save the life of his enemy, Zo'or.
A news reporter (Jayne Heitmeyer) airs secret Taelon tapes during a live TV interview with Zo'or (Anita La Selva).
Liam and Renee investigate a group of women, known as the Cloister, that has a spiritual bond with the Taelons.
The Jaridians develop an elaborate scheme to trick Lili (Lisa Howard) into changing the fate of Earth. Starring J.C. MacKenzie, Robert Leeshock, Von Flores and John Bougeois.
Liam and Renee (Robert Leeshock, Jayne Heitmeyer) uncover a plot to create perfect soldiers from biosurrogates.
Liam (Robert Leeshock) is framed for murder when his investigation of Taelon-human twins (Max Piersig, Reagan Pasternak) comes too close to the truth.
Augur (Richard Chevolleau) betrays the Resistance; a deadly blood disorder fells Sandoval (Von Flores). With Robert Leeshock.
Ancient Taelon artifacts lead to the discovery of Ma'el's ship. Starring Robert Leeshock, Von Flores, Leni Parker and David Hemblen.
Liam and Renee (Robert Leeshock, Jayne Heitmeyer) must save the kidnapped Skrill queen from renegade Volunteers.
Liam discovers Taelon technology being sold on the black market to be the cause of inexplicable deaths.
Volunteers arrest suspected Resistance sympathizers; Lili is outfitted with visual and optical implants.
President Thompson declares a national emergency and imposes martial law until the Resistance is crushed.
The resistance is blamed for a presidential assassination attempt; Da'an is arrested for treason; Lili has the power to destroy the mothership.
The resistance teams with a secret military group to capture and decipher a Jaridian probe that has entered Earth's atmosphere.
A beautiful woman (guest star Françoise Yip) hires Augur (Richard Chevolleau) to engineer a weapon of mass destruction.
A renegade, who claims to have come to help the humans fight their oppressors, identifies Da'an as Taelon's evil mastermind.
When the mother ship is hijacked during a popular talk show host's tour, security cameras show Liam to be the saboteur.
An addictive drug of questionable origin takes its toll on Lili (Lisa Howard) and endangers her life.
The Taelons begin training a youth corps of volunteers to use as foot soldiers in war. With Robert Leeshock and Von Flores.
Resistance fighter Paul Chandler tries to use a stolen shuttle in an attempt to destroy the Taelon embassy building.
A renegade scientist develops an invention to assassinate the Taelons. Starring Leni Parker, Anita La Selva and Robert Leeshock.
The resistance team must fight a new breed of Companion supporters converted by a fountain of youth chamber.
To free himself from his withered body, a scientist invents biosurrogates and programs them with Jaridian instincts.
Lili (Lisa Howard) is taken hostage after an escaped Jaridian (guest star Andrew Jackson) overtakes a Taelon ship.
A Taelon bioengineering experiment goes wrong, turning Dr. Belman's daughter into an alien hybrid bent on destroying Earth.
Ailing Maiya must merge with her dimensional double, Isabel, before the Taelons can use her to break the liberation movement.
Siobhan Beckett (guest star Kari Matchett) faces mortal consequences after her implanted brain begins to break down.
Energy-eating creatures pass through an interdimensional portal to Earth and threaten the planet's inhabitants.
To mend a breach in the commonality, the Taelons round up suspected resistance members for their life forces.
Augur is blackmailed into participating in a Taelon experiment after he is convicted of treason in Russia.
Liam and Augur (Robert Leeshock, Richard Chevolleau) are thrown into a parallel dimension when their space shuttle flight is sabotaged.
After an accidental time-traveling jaunt into the future, Liam races to stop a massacre inside Resistance headquarters.
Augur accidentally transforms Da'an into a hideous monster after tapping into the Taelon Commonality.
Ruthless Zo'or succeeds the assassinated Quo'on as leader of the Taelon Synod; Capt. Liam Kincaid joins the underground.
An alien virus that threatens to decimate both the human and Taelon races becomes a weapon for white supremacists.
A salvage crew member unwittingly releases an alien bent on avenging his race's extinction by the Taelons.
The resistance and a grieving scientist try to destroy the alien probe held by the Taelons that will reveal secrets of the liberation movement.
When the Taelons allow humans access to interdimensional portals and a deaf-mute boy emerges speaking, the resistance suspects an ominous agenda.
Boone's defense of Rho-ha for the murder of Maj. McIntire is complicated by the agendas of both Taelons and humans.
The Taelons set up a weapons sting to trap Doors; Lili's estranged father turns up in the body of a double agent.
The Resistance launches a computer virus to shut down Taelon systems; Da'an rescues Lili from a shuttle crash.
A Russian clairvoyant, who has the ability to intercept the Taelons' psychic link, tries to impart her knowledge to Boone before she is assassinated.
The Taelons' attempt to create a hybrid Taelon/human warrior unleashes an ancient alien entity. With Kevin Kilner, Lisa Howard and Majel Barrett Roddenberry.
A construction blast unearths a grave belonging to a Taelon scout sent to size up Earth for Companion occupation thousands of years ago.
When Sandoval's implant degenerates, he frees his institutionalized wife and seeks asylum with the resistance.
Boone and two molecular biologists examine the alien probe in a resistance lab, while rushing to stay ahead of Da'an and Sandoval.
Renegade soldiers, who claim the Taelons used their unit for bioengineering experiments, hold Da'an for ransom.
When a Taelon project developing primitive Skrills is canceled, the mother Skrill fuses to the scientist's arm and controls his mind.
When his mission to Mars is canceled by the Taelons, Lili's friend Chandler steals her shuttle and, with Boone and Augur's help, flies there anyway.
Jonathan Doors' appearance during the televised World Bowl to announce a liberation movement causes Da'an to lose power.
Suicides among the Amish caused by delayed exposure to "Companion Syndrome" differ from earlier cases; butterflies are found in the victims.
Boone (Kevin Kilner) runs into a long-lost love (guest star Colette Stevenson) who stirs memories in him that may not be all they seem.
An imprisoned serial killer (guest star Richard McMillan) who was an early Implant escapes with the intention of killing Da'an (Leni Parker). With Kevin Kilner and Majel Barrett Roddenberry.
A woman whose destroyed hands are regenerated by the Taelons is protected by Boone and exploited by the founder of the Church of the Companions.
Boone enlists the help of a brilliant computer hacker to find his wife's murderer, all the while making both sides leery of his obsessive search.
Boone learns about the Resistance while pursuing an assassin and agrees to accept the job offered by the Companions.