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(2000-2002) was a cyberpunk science fiction television series, created by James Cameron and Charles H. Eglee.
Despite a strong fan base (and a second season finale directed by James Cameron), Dark Angel was cancelled in 2002 after just two seasons due to low ratings. Avid fans of the show attribute the loss of ratings to a misjudgement on the part of FOX Network for airing the second season on Friday evenings instead of Tuesday evenings. In addition, changes to the format and tone of the series in the second year are also cited as contributing factors to its demise, though many of these changes were unavoidable due to budgetary concerns, departing actors, and 9/11, which forced the show to downplay its post-apocalyptic setting
In the year 2009, a genetically enhanced female child (Cameron's term for this prototype is transgenic) super-soldier named Max Guevera, also known as X5-452, escapes, along with 11 others like her, from a secret government institution codenamed Manticore where they were made and trained to be soldiers and assassins. Months after her escape, terrorists detonate an electromagnetic pulse weapon which destroys the vast majority of computer and communication systems in the US, throwing the country into utter chaos.
The First Season begins ten years later in 2019. It follows the life of the now 19-year-old Max as she struggles to search for her Manticore brothers and sisters living in a post-apocalyptic world (an element that was more or less dropped after 9/11), while trying to live her life, learning to trust and love, and evading capture. She is aided by Logan Cale and her friends at Jam Pony, a courier company that she works for. Other X-5s are periodically introduced as ......
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