Dominion (2014–2015)
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Heirs of Salvation 

An unexpected attack on Gabriel's Aerie puts a newly-freed Alex and Noma on the road to New Delphi, a dangerous and mysterious city. Gabriel is close behind. Meanwhile, Claire begins to ... See full summary »

Director:

Deran Sarafian

Writers:

Vaun Wilmott (created by), Vaun Wilmott | 4 more credits »
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Christopher Egan ... Alex Lannen
Tom Wisdom ... Michael
Roxanne McKee ... Claire Riesen
Carl Beukes ... Gabriel
Shivani Ghai ... Arika
Luke Allen-Gale ... William Whele
Anthony Head ... David Whele
Kim Engelbrecht ... Sgt. Noma Walker
Luke Tyler Luke Tyler ... Pete
Olivia Mace ... Laurel
Diarmaid Murtagh ... Wes
Victoria Crawford ... Harper (as WWE Diva Alicia Fox)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kelly Ernstzen Kelly Ernstzen ... 8-ball
Anton David Jeftha ... Furiad
Shane John Kruger Shane John Kruger ... Briathos
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An unexpected attack on Gabriel's Aerie puts a newly-freed Alex and Noma on the road to New Delphi, a dangerous and mysterious city. Gabriel is close behind. Meanwhile, Claire begins to understand the breadth of her responsibility as Lady of the City as we reveal it was her strategic command that left The Aerie in ruins. Michael stumbles upon a quaint southern town whose residents have inexplicably managed to insulate themselves from the fallout of The Extermination War, hinting at a mystery Michael is driven to solve.

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Fanastic start to S2
21 July 2015 | by sweetrupturedlightSee all my reviews

To say that I have been anticipating the second season of this show would be an understatement. I have been really excited to see what the showrunner has in store for us after a slightly uneven first season.

Rest assured, Vaun Wilmott and his team seem to have learnt from some of the missteps last season and have poured awesome into what is promising to be a ridiculously amazing second season.

From the moment the first episode starts, I was struck by the cinematic feel. Gone were the sometimes claustrophobic sets from S1, characters were now on the road, we were learning more about the world and interacting more intimately with the characters.

Deran Sarafian has done an outstanding job with the direction of the episode. Everything feels grand and gorgeous. The quality of the show feels heightened as we dive right into where we left off last season.

Thus far, I have not been disappointed by the direction the show is taking. I am super excited about the rest of the season.


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9 July 2015 (USA) See more »

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