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Farscape Besetzung

Besetzung der 1. Staffel der Serie Farscape. Schauspieler, Rollenname. Ben Browder, John Crichton. Claudia Black, Officer Aeryn Sun. Eine der größten Listen von Regisseuren und Schauspielern bei MUBI. Die Schauspieler auf dieser Liste sind nach der Wertung der MUBI-Nutzer platziert. Schauspiel. BB · Ben Browder. John Crichton | 8 Fans. Bekannt für. Stargate - Die Quelle der Wahrheit. Fan werden. Claudia Black. Officer Aeryn Sun | 22 Fans.

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Von einem Magnetwirbelsturm wird Commander Crichton durch ein Wurmloch katapultiert und findet sich schließlich viele Galaxien weit entfernt wieder. Auf seiner Flucht vor den Peacekeepern landet er auf der Moya, einem Raumschiff. Ben Browder: Commander John Crichton · Anthony Simcoe: Ka D'Argo · Jonathan Hardy: Dominar Rygel XVI · Gigi Edgley: Chiana · Lani John Tupu: Pilot​. Crew von Moya. John Crichton; Aeryn Sun; Rygel XVI. Ka D'Argo; Pilot; Chiana; Pa'u Zotoh Zhaan; Stark; Schauspiel. BB · Ben Browder. John Crichton | 8 Fans. Bekannt für. Stargate - Die Quelle der Wahrheit. Fan werden. Claudia Black. Officer Aeryn Sun | 22 Fans. Chiana Gigi Edgley. Episoden: 21 - Schauspieler John Clayton. Episode: 3. Schauspieler Chris Haywood. Episode: 8. Schauspielerin Magda Szubanski. Finde alle Informationen zur Besetzung das Staffel 3 von Farscape: Schauspieler​, Regisseur und Drehbuchautoren. Eine der größten Listen von Regisseuren und Schauspielern bei MUBI. Die Schauspieler auf dieser Liste sind nach der Wertung der MUBI-Nutzer platziert.

Farscape Besetzung

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Returning from that meeting, the entire Moya crew accidentally ends up on Earth , providing humans with their first confirmed contact with extraterrestrials.

Crichton is finally home, but finds that the world is too paranoid and distrustful to accept his alien friends. He has also been so affected by his experiences that he cannot relax there — a situation not helped when an agent of Grayza attacks and kills several of Crichton's friends.

He decides the only thing he can do is leave again. The crew comes across a secret meeting between Grayza and a Scarran minister , at which Grayza sells out D'Argo's people in return for peace.

In disrupting the meeting Aeryn is captured. Desperate to rescue her, Crichton promises to give Scorpius the wormhole tech in return for his help.

They successfully infiltrate a Scarran base and rescue Aeryn, but Scorpius is captured in the attempt. Crichton is happy to leave him there, but the neural clone Harvey informs them that Scorpius already has the wormhole tech, and may reveal it to the Scarrans under torture.

The crew of Moya are forced to launch yet another attempt to either rescue or kill Scorpius. To do so, they walk into another meeting at the Scarrans' most important base, Katratzi, claiming to want to sell the tech to the highest bidder.

Instead they start a riot between the Scarrans' various servant races, blow up the base using a nuclear bomb and escape again.

The Scarrans launch an attack against Earth — partly in retaliation, but also to secure a source of Strelitzia plants. The plants are vital to a Scarran augmentation process, and Crichton had inadvertently revealed to the Scarrans that they can be found on Earth.

Crichton's only option to save his home world is to destroy the wormhole that leads there, leaving him stranded in space forever.

That done, Scorpius returns to the Peacekeepers and the Moya crew go to the ocean planet Qujaga to recover. While there, Aeryn reveals that the pregnancy — formerly kept in stasis — has now been released and they are going to have a baby.

Crichton proposes to her, and she agrees. However, at the last second they are attacked by random aliens, who appear to kill them both.

Thinking that Crichton is dead and the wormhole tech gone with him, Scorpius deliberately starts a war with the Scarrans in the hope that the element of surprise will be on their side.

The tactic is unsuccessful, and the Scarrans are on the verge of overwhelming the Peacekeepers. When the Peacekeeper Grand Chancellor considers surrender, Grayza kills him and takes over to make sure the war continues.

On Qujaga the aliens, called Eidolons , realize that killing Crichton and Aeryn was a mistake and reanimate them. Scorpius instantly realizes this and abandons the war to track him down, hoping to acquire the wormhole tech once and for all as the only way of stopping the Scarrans.

Crichton again refuses. Meanwhile the crew discover that the Eidolons are in fact a lost colony of the people of Arnessk, and have an innate ability to bring peace to others.

If they can find more of their people, they will be able to stop the war. Moya, with Scorpius and Sikozu in tow, heads back to Arnessk, where the ancient people have been revived and are working with Jool.

They agree to help, but Scarran Emperor Staleek attacks, destroying the base and killing Jool. Staleek doesn't want peace — he wants victory.

Only one Eidolon remains, who is able to transmit the ability to Stark, and the crew escape the Scarrans with the help of D'Argo's son Jothee.

They return to Qujaga to find that the Peacekeeper-Scarran war has reached the planet. Crichton and the others must get through the battle to reach the remaining Eidolons on the planet and pass the techniques of peace to them, all while both sides are still after him for wormhole technology.

Once there, Crichton and Aeryn are finally able to marry and Aeryn gives birth, but D'Argo is fatally wounded in the escape and dies offscreen.

Realising that neither side will take no for an answer, Crichton returns to Einstein and convinces him to unlock the knowledge, which Crichton then uses to launch a wormhole weapon — a black hole that will grow and grow until it destroys everything in the universe.

Both Grayza and Staleek finally realise that this weapon is too dangerous for anyone to possess, and they agree to a ceasefire.

Crichton is able to stop the black hole, but falls into a coma as a result. With the war finally over, the Eidolons help to broker a peace treaty between the two sides, but Crichton is still in a coma.

He is finally brought out of it when Aeryn places his new baby in his arms. The new family looks out onto the now peaceful galaxy, naming the baby D'Argo in honour of their friend, and promising the universe belongs to him.

In , Entertainment Weekly listed the show at 22 in the "25 Best Cult TV Shows from the Past 25 Years," calling it "one of the trippiest space sagas ever, with portions of some episodes taking place in Crichton's subconscious" and remarking, "Before Battlestar Galactica popularized frak as geek slang, there was Farscape' s very liberal use of frell.

EmpireOnline ranked it 45 of "the 50 greatest TV shows of all time" in February In September , the Sci-Fi Channel then-owned by Vivendi Universal opted to withdraw its funding of the fifth season, canceling the show, just before the first half of fourth season finished airing.

The Sci-Fi Channel concluded that the series was too expensive to renew, as ratings had declined during the fourth season. The sets were put in storage pending a possible future revival of the show.

Cartoonist Bill Amend , creator of the syndicated comic strip FoxTrot , addressed the series' cancellation in an 8 October strip wherein the character Jason Fox petitioned to have the Sci-Fi channel renew Farscape.

Soon after the strip ran, Amend remarked that it "generated more e-mails from readers than anything else I've done in the past. I had no idea that so many people owned computers, even I shudder to think what the mail boxes at the Sci-Fi Channel must be like these days.

Farscape' s cancellation received considerable notice by news media. Following the series' cancellation, Ben Browder and Claudia Black were both cast as series regulars on Stargate SG-1 during its final two seasons.

She then pitches a second idea the producer recognizes as Gilligan's Island. He advises her that if she is going to rip something off, it should be something more obscure.

Daniel Jackson Michael Shanks stands in for John Crichton, an in-joke referencing the sexual tension between Vala and Daniel on SG-1 as well as the fact that Browder and Shanks look very similar, a joke made before in the series.

Shanks was originally intended to play Stark, with Browder reprising the role of Crichton, but the parts were switched the day before filming at the behest of the actors.

When the scene switches back to the real world, the producer Willie Garson replies that he has "no idea what that is", likely referring to Farscape' s relative obscurity.

Coincidentally, the announcement of Stargate SG-1 's own cancellation was made shortly after this episode ran. That I'm sure I would remember.

For Region 1 releases, AD Vision originally issued Farscape in a series of 2-disc volumes, five volumes per season, which were later collected into full season box sets.

They later re-released the series in larger 4-disc volumes under the "Starburst Edition" moniker, three volumes per season with additional extras not available on the original volume sets.

All of these sets are long out of print. The two miniseries discs were identical to those of the normal Lions Gate release and were included in the last DVD case along with the two discs of bonus material that normally come with the complete series set.

The Region 2 and Region 4 box sets contain Seasons 1—4 as well as the Peacekeeper Wars television movie.

The four seasons were released in a choice of complete boxed set or individual seasons in North America, and as a boxed set only in Europe.

Software algorithms were used to upscale the standard definition image to Blu-ray's p resolution specification.

As with the U. DVD reissue in , there are 31 commentary tracks and all the special features were carried over from the previously released DVD editions.

The Blu-ray release also includes a recently filmed exclusive HD featurette, "Memories of Moya", featuring interviews with the cast and production staff as they reminisce about their time on Farscape.

On 5 November , a 15th anniversary set was released on Blu-ray. In January , seasons 1 and 2 were made available for download through Apple's iTunes Store for customers in the United States.

Season 3 was added in March , with Season 4 following in May. The episodes can be purchased individually or as entire seasons. Beginning in January , seasons one through four were also available on the Netflix " Watch Instantly " service.

However, from 11 November through 5 November , all four seasons were once again available for online streaming. The running order of the first half of the first season on Netflix is different than that of what was released on DVD.

While there are times when shows are broadcast in a different order than what was intended and they then try to correct many years later for the sake of building up stories and characters, but for continuity, it would seem that the DVD releases are proper as opposed to Netflix.

One specific instance is that D'Argo's Qualta blade is transformed as a munitions weapon by the second or third episode from the Netflix release, yet several episodes later, that was revealed for the first time that it had that ability.

On 15 July it was announced that Farscape would return in ten webisode installments. The episodes are expected to be a few minutes long each and may eventually be broadcast on the Sci Fi Channel.

The webisodes were to have been launched as early as fall TV Guide also reported that Ben Browder is in talks to appear in the webisodes.

Several news sources have reported that the web series may lead to an on-air revival of the series, [25] but Sci Fi general manager Dave Howe said that there were no plans to revive the show.

O'Bannon stated that the webisodes would likely be released in They haven't come to me with any specifics yet, and I don't read anything into that.

But at Comic-Con, Brian discussed it and said, 'Yeah, we're still figuring it out. At Comic Con , [ citation needed ] Rockne O'Bannon announced that the ongoing Farscape comic series would tie into the upcoming webisodes.

The first comic was scheduled for release in November On 4 December , O'Bannon told MTV "There's a new character that you'll meet in the very first comic book who ends up a significant player in the webisodes.

Villain or hero? I'm not saying! At the San Diego Comic-Con, [ citation needed ] Brian Henson stated that the webisodes were "ready to go" but that they were still looking for financing on the project.

Ben Browder was asked how the fans could help with funding, and said he wasn't sure what could be done. A fourth novel was commissioned to be written by DeCandido but did not surface after the show's cancellation.

Scott K. The Creatures of Farscape: Inside Jim Henson's Creature Shop , released in , offered a colorful look inside the famous creature shop that created the stunning array of creatures and make-up effects.

It includes previously unseen and behind the scenes images, exclusive contributions from the show's stars and make-up artists, and a foreword by executive producer Brian Henson.

Farscape Forever! Sex, Drugs and Killer Muppets released 28 September ; in which Science fiction and fantasy authors analyze several aspects of the TV series.

Elrod on the villains she loves to hate, and Justina Robson on sex, pleasure, and feminism. Topics range from a look at how Moya was designed and an examination of vulgarity and bodily functions to a tourist's budget guide to the Farscape universe.

Shortly after season 3 began airing, Titan Magazines released a Farscape magazine. The magazine had a in-depth material, including interviews with the cast and crew, behind the scenes information on many episodes, original fiction by O'Bannon, DeCandido, Greg Cox , John Kenneth Muir , and others , and a regular column by David Kemper.

There were two versions of the magazine produced each issue, with the only difference being the front cover, and the magazine also had two special issues—a season 3 special issue 7 , and the final issue issue 12 containing an episode guide for the four seasons to date, as well as sketches for ideas and the Horizons fiction.

In the final issue of its run, the Farscape magazine published a piece of fiction written by series creator Rockne S.

Set a long time after the end of the fourth season, this details the subsequent adventures of the Moya crew. Since "Horizons" was written before the Peacekeeper Wars miniseries, there are some plot inconsistencies.

During , Wildstorm Productions produced a two-part Farscape comic entitled "War Torn", with the first part available in April and the second in May.

The comics featured two stories, each spanning both issues. Both stories seem to have been set during Season 2. The second issue also included a double-page spread of some of the preliminary sketches.

Studios that fit into established Farscape canon following The Peacekeeper Wars. The ongoing series ran for 24 issues over four story arcs: Tangled Roots 4 issues , Red Sky at Morning 4 issues , Compulsions 4 issues , and The War for the Uncharted Territories 12 issues.

In addition to the main series, BOOM! D'Argo's Lament took place during the third season of the television series while D'Argo's Trial and D'Argo's Quest took place between the third and fourth seasons.

The 4-issue story arc series were published in a hardcover format in A video game based on the television series was produced by Red Lemon Studios and released mid for Microsoft Windows.

Set during the first season, the game featured voice acting by the original cast of the television series. Reviews of the game, however, were generally negative, with many reviewers citing poor gameplay mechanics.

A Farscape table-top role-playing game was released by Alderac Entertainment Group in It uses the d20 System and includes creatures not appearing in the established television universe.

The game also features an original short story by Keith R. O'Bannon confirmed to Nerdacy [41] that a Farscape movie is in development but in very early stages.

In an interview with The Paley Center for Media in late , O'Bannon confirmed that work on a movie is still ongoing. So that might mean, I may consider doing something on TV instead.

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Chicago Tribune. Retrieved 6 November Retrieved 25 May Retrieved 7 June Digital Spy. Retrieved 29 April Google Books: Oxford University Press.

Archived from the original on 4 January Retrieved 25 November Archived from the original on 1 June Retrieved 22 September Die Scarraner vermuten jedoch, dass diese Blume auf der Erde wachsen könnte.

Moya selbst weigert sich, durch das Wurmloch zu fliegen, aber nur Pilot kann es exakt lokalisieren. Pilot trennt sich freiwillig von Moya und fliegt mit Crichton und Aeryn durch das Wurmloch und landet zunächst auf dem Mond.

Dort ruft John seinen Vater an und schildert ihm die Situation. Er kann sich noch von ihm verabschieden, bevor das Wurmloch verschlossen wird.

Sie werden dort von einem Raumschiff beschossen; dadurch werden Crichton und Aeryn kristallin, zersplittern vor den Augen der restlichen Crew und die Splitter versinken im Meer.

Rygel sammelt alle Kristalle vom Grund des Ozeans auf, um aus ihnen die Körper von Aeryn und Crichton wieder zusammenzusetzen.

Nach 60 Solartagen sind beide Körper wieder annähernd in ihrer Haltung vor der Kristallisierung rekonstruiert und werden wieder zum Leben erweckt.

Bei der Untersuchung von Aeryn müssen sie allerdings feststellen, dass Aeryn nicht mehr schwanger ist, da Rygel nicht alle Kristalle wieder rausgerückt hat.

Der Planet war nicht unbewohnt und die Einheimischen wollten die Eindringlinge von Moya ausschalten, um ihre Präsenz geheim zu halten. Nachdem jedoch Crichton wiedererweckt wurde, erfährt Scorpius durch seinen mentalen Klon Harvey von dem Aufenthaltsort von Crichton.

Aber auch die Scarraner erfahren, dass Crichton noch am Leben ist. Zwischenzeitlich ist zwischen den Scarranern und den Peacekeepern ein Krieg ausgebrochen.

Und nun hoffen beide Seiten, dass sie endlich eine Waffe aus Johns Wurmlochwissen bauen können. Die Scarraner überfallen den Planeten und töten jeden, den sie dort vorfinden.

Letztendlich baut John die Wurmlochwaffe, um beiden Seiten zu zeigen, dass diese in falschen Händen die Galaxis zerstören könnte. Moya wird als Leviathan bezeichnet, welche innerhalb der Serie riesige lebende Wesen sind, die sich im Weltraum bewegen können.

Innerhalb ihrer Körper können sie eine Atmosphäre erhalten und eine Besatzung aufnehmen. Von Natur aus sind sie unbewaffnet, können sich aber durch eine Stellarbeschleunigung schnell in Sicherheit bringen.

Damit eine Besatzung mit einem Leviathan kommunizieren kann, werden Piloten mit den Leviathanen verbunden. Als freier Leviathan geboren, wurde Moya von den Peacekeepern eingefangen und unter Kontrolle gehalten.

Nach ihrer Befreiung ist sie ihrer neuen Besatzung ergeben und beschützt sie vor Schaden, allerdings auch nur zu ihren Bedingungen.

Der von der Erde stammende Astronaut John Crichton gerät zu Beginn der Geschichte bei einem Testflug unabsichtlich in einen fernen, ihm völlig unbekannten Teil der Galaxis.

Dort gerät er mitten in einen Gefangenenaufstand auf dem biomechanoiden Raumschiff Moya. Bei seiner Ankunft rammt Crichton mit seinem Shuttle versehentlich den Abfangjäger eines Peacekeepers, der daraufhin an einem Asteroiden zerschellt.

Zuerst ist es sein alleiniges Ziel, auf irgendeine Weise wieder den Weg zur Erde zurückzufinden, doch wird er bald in den Sog der Ereignisse hereingezogen.

Als die Crew zwischenzeitlich getrennt wird und der eine Crichton und Aeryn sich näher kommen, stirbt dieser durch die Strahlenkrankheit, nachdem er eine Bombe entschärft hat.

Durch die dramatischen Ereignisse um seinen Tod ist Aeryns Verhältnis zu dem anderen Crichton nach Wiedervereinigung der Crew zunächst gestört, jedoch finden sie nach einer Weile zusammen.

Sie wird zusammen mit John Crichton von den Flüchtenden auf der Moya gefangengesetzt. Zwischen ihr und John Crichton entwickelt sich bald eine besondere Zuneigung.

Am Ende der Serie bekommen sie einen gemeinsamen Sohn. Als streng erzogene Peacekeeper-Soldatin hat sie sich ein distanziertes und hartes Auftreten angewöhnt, doch nach anfänglichem Misstrauen wird sie ein wichtiges Mitglied der Moya-Crew und zeichnet sich neben ihrem militärischen Geschick vor allem auch durch Besonnenheit und Loyalität aus.

Rygel XVI. Er ist egoistisch, eigensinnig, geizig, respektlos, eingebildet und ängstlich. Die anderen Mitglieder der Moya-Crew nötigen ihn jedoch immer wieder dazu, sich über seine Charakterschwächen hinwegzusetzen und seine positiven Fähigkeiten zum Nutzen der Gruppe zum Einsatz zu bringen.

Er ist ein guter Händler und in bestimmten Situationen auch ein sehr geschickter Diplomat, der manchmal noch überzeugend die Rolle des würdevollen Herrschers zu spielen vermag.

Da er sehr alt ist, hat er bereits viel erlebt und besitzt eine gewisse Art der Weisheit, zeigt diese aber nur in den seltensten Fällen.

In der gesamten Serie entwickelt Rygel sich am wenigsten. Seine Gefährten wachsen ihm allmählich ans Herz, weshalb er hin und wieder bereit ist, seinen Egoismus vorübergehend aufzugeben.

Oft ist er aber auch nur deshalb zur Kooperation bereit, weil er, körperlich schwach und seines Herrscheramtes enthoben, fast immer auf die Hilfe der anderen angewiesen ist.

Unschuldig verhaftet, sehnt er sich nach Rache für den Tod seiner Geliebten, für deren Tod er verantwortlich gemacht wurde.

Er ist ebenfalls am Anfang noch misstrauisch seinen neuen Kameraden gegenüber und will am liebsten alles mit seinem riesigen Schwert erledigen, welches sich zu einer Energiewaffe umfunktionieren lässt.

Er entwickelt sich jedoch zu einem treuen und opferbereiten Gefährten und wird später sogar zum Captain der Crew gewählt. Er ist der beste Freund von Crichton und beginnt eine wechselhafte Beziehung mit Chiana.

Pilot lebt mit Moya in Symbiose und dient als Schnittstelle zwischen ihr und ihrer Besatzung. Sein gesamter Unterkörper ist mit Moya verbunden und nimmt die Funktionen und die Gefühle von ihr wahr.

Er selbst kann nicht mehr für lange Zeit von Moya getrennt überleben. So ist er gegenüber der Crew meistens voll ergeben, seine Loyalität gilt jedoch in erster Linie Moya.

Chiana kommt mehr zufällig an Bord, nachdem Moya einen Transporter rammte, auf dem sie in Gewahrsam war. Fortan bleibt sie mit an Bord bei den anderen Flüchtlingen und nutzt ihre diebischen Fähigkeiten, um vor allem auch ihre Ziele zu erreichen, aber auch um das Nötigste für die Crew zu beschaffen.

Auf ihre widerspenstige Persönlichkeit bezogen ist auf sie in Gefahrensituationen nicht immer Verlass.

Sie neigt immer eher das zu tun, was sie selbst für das Richtige hält oder wozu sie gerade Lust hat.

Sie geht mit D'Argo eine Beziehung ein, aus der sie allerdings flüchtet, als er ihr seine Zukunftspläne von einem gemeinsamen Leben eröffnet.

Sie beginnt eine Affäre mit seinem Sohn Jothee, die die Beziehungen von allen drei nachhaltig zerstört und auch lange Zeit später noch zu Spannungen innerhalb der Crew führt.

Chiana entwickelt zwischenzeitlich seherische Fähigkeiten, die ihr Einblick in baldige Ereignisse geben, die sie jedoch nicht steuern und die sie auch kaum beeinflussen kann.

Nach ihren Visionen verliert sie immer länger ihr Augenlicht, bis es nicht mehr zurückkehrt. Sie erhält daher neue Augen, die ihre Sicht wiederherstellen und es ihr ermöglichen, durch Hindernisse hindurch Energieströme zu sehen.

Zhaan gehört der Rasse der Delvianer an. Ihr Volk ist pflanzlichen Ursprungs und benötigt Licht und Erde, um sich zu versorgen.

Sie selbst ist über Jahre alt und war ursprünglich eine Priesterin bei ihrem Volk. Sie wurde wegen Mordes an einem Priester verurteilt, der sie dazu benutzte, das Volk zu verleiten.

Ihre Erfahrung mit ihresgleichen — Pflanzen — macht sie zu einer Heilerin, die anderen Wesen das Leben retten kann. Mit Stark findet sie auch ein Gegenüber, mit dem sie ihr spirituelles Wesen teilen kann.

Als Moya in der Nähe eines Wurmloches mit einem anderen Raumschiff zu verschmelzen droht, steuert sie das andere Schiff weg von Moya und verschwindet.

Stark glaubt jedoch nicht, dass sie tot ist. Zunächst war Stark der Mithäftling von Crichton, der bereits länger von Scorpius auf dem Aurora-Stuhl gefoltert wurde und nach der Flucht auf Moya blieb.

Mit seiner starken spirituellen Ausprägung versteht er sich besonders gut mit Zhaan und leidet zusehends, nachdem sie nicht mehr auf Moya ist.

Sie befand sich zuvor mit ihren Cousins in Kryostase auf einem Eisplaneten der Diagnosianer. Dort wurde einer ihrer Cousins als Spender für Crichtons zerstörtes Sprachzentrum benutzt, da ihre Rasse genetisch mit den Menschen fast übereinstimmt.

Um ihre Herkunft herauszufinden, werden sie und ihr verbleibender Cousin an Bord von Moya gebracht, wo beide bei einem Zwischenfall aus Versehen aufgeweckt werden und ihr Cousin sofort stirbt.

Nach dem gleichzeitigen Opfer von Zhaan hat sie Probleme, von der Crew angenommen zu werden. Ständige Konflikte, bei denen sie unzähligen Angriffen ausgesetzt ist, bringen ihr Wissen über Biologie und Medizin zu Tage.

Sie verlässt die Crew wieder und bleibt bei den Priestern von Arnessk, um ihnen bei ihrem neuen Leben in diesem Universum zu helfen.

Sie stirbt bei dem Angriff der Scarraner auf den Planeten. Seine persönlich motivierte Jagd findet ein Ende, als er auf dem Aurora-Stuhl von Scorpius befragt wird: dabei kommt der Mord an seinem zweiten Offizier zu Tage, den er verübte, um seine wahren Gründe für die Verfolgung von Crichton vor den Peacekeepern geheim zu halten.

Um der Hinrichtung zu entgehen, flieht er später an Bord von Moya. Auch als er akzeptiert, dass der Tod seines Bruders ein Unfall gewesen ist und er auf die Crew der Moya angewiesen ist, bleibt das Verhältnis angespannt.

Er steuert Talyn über ein neurales Interface und kann eine ähnliche Kontrolle ausüben wie es Piloten möglich ist, sich jedoch nicht immer gegen sein Schiff durchsetzen.

Crais willigt ein, mit Talyn die Peacekeeper lange genug von der schwer beschädigten Moya abzulenken, bis sie wieder repariert bzw.

Als abzusehen ist, dass Crichton's Sabotage an Scorpius Wurmlochforschung nicht erfolgreich sein wird, schlägt Crais vor, Scorpius' Forschungsschiff durch Talyn zerstören zu lassen, indem sie innerhalb des Schiffes auf Stellarbeschleunigung gehen.

Er stirbt zusammen mit Talyn. Talyn ist Moyas Sohn und der erste Leviathan, der als Kriegsschiff und somit bewaffnet geboren wurde. Da er immer gewalttätiger und paranoider wird und eines Tages selbst seine Mutter Moya grundlos angreift, willigt er in den Plan ein, der in seiner Zerstörung mündet.

Er stirbt zusammen mit Crais. Aus dieser Verbindung geboren, muss er einen speziellen Anzug tragen, um seine Körpertemperatur zu halten, da Scarraner eine hohe Körpertemperatur erzeugen können, Sebazianer aber keine Hitze lange ertragen können.

Als Leiter eines Forschungsprojektes für neue Waffentechnologien will er mit diesem Wissen Waffen gegen die Scarraner entwickeln, worauf eine unerbittliche Jagd auf Crichton beginnt und er nicht vor Folter und Mord zurückschreckt.

In Farscape wurde auf die Darstellung der Sprache besonderen Wert gelegt. Zum einen werden viele künstliche Wortschöpfungen verwendet, um für Menschen unbekannte Dinge zu benennen.

Das künstliche Vokabular dient aber auch dazu, raue und pejorative Sprache für den australischen und nordamerikanischen Zuschauer unzensiert darstellen zu können.

Alle Rassen sprechen also in ihrer eigenen Sprache, die aber für alle anderen verständlich ist, so dass eine Hauptsprache ausreicht.

Mit diesem Kunstgriff mussten die Produzenten der Serie keine Kunstsprachen vorsehen. Der Zuschauer wird gelegentlich auf diesen Umstand hingewiesen, wenn beispielsweise aus dem Hörwinkel von neu eingeführten Figuren gezeigt wird, wie sich nach Injektion der Mikroben die Fantasiesprachen der übrigen Beteiligten innerhalb kurzer Zeit in für sie verständliche Worte verwandeln.

Aeryn Sun versucht auf der Erde, Englisch zu lernen. Eine weitere Besonderheit ist der Einsatz von zahlreichen englischen Dialekten und Sprachfärbungen, die in der Originalfassung die Atmosphäre einer fremden Umgebung zusätzlich unterstreichen.

Viele Nebendarsteller und synchronisierte Puppen weisen ausgeprägte Dialekte auf. Diese Eigenschaft ging in der deutschen Synchronisation verloren.

Die Serie wurde in vier Staffeln von bis mit jeweils 22 Folgen für den Kabelsender SciFi-Channel produziert und ausgestrahlt.

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Desperate to rescue her, Crichton promises to give Scorpius the wormhole tech in return for his help.

They successfully infiltrate a Scarran base and rescue Aeryn, but Scorpius is captured in the attempt. Crichton is happy to leave him there, but the neural clone Harvey informs them that Scorpius already has the wormhole tech, and may reveal it to the Scarrans under torture.

The crew of Moya are forced to launch yet another attempt to either rescue or kill Scorpius. To do so, they walk into another meeting at the Scarrans' most important base, Katratzi, claiming to want to sell the tech to the highest bidder.

Instead they start a riot between the Scarrans' various servant races, blow up the base using a nuclear bomb and escape again. The Scarrans launch an attack against Earth — partly in retaliation, but also to secure a source of Strelitzia plants.

The plants are vital to a Scarran augmentation process, and Crichton had inadvertently revealed to the Scarrans that they can be found on Earth.

Crichton's only option to save his home world is to destroy the wormhole that leads there, leaving him stranded in space forever.

That done, Scorpius returns to the Peacekeepers and the Moya crew go to the ocean planet Qujaga to recover.

While there, Aeryn reveals that the pregnancy — formerly kept in stasis — has now been released and they are going to have a baby. Crichton proposes to her, and she agrees.

However, at the last second they are attacked by random aliens, who appear to kill them both. Thinking that Crichton is dead and the wormhole tech gone with him, Scorpius deliberately starts a war with the Scarrans in the hope that the element of surprise will be on their side.

The tactic is unsuccessful, and the Scarrans are on the verge of overwhelming the Peacekeepers. When the Peacekeeper Grand Chancellor considers surrender, Grayza kills him and takes over to make sure the war continues.

On Qujaga the aliens, called Eidolons , realize that killing Crichton and Aeryn was a mistake and reanimate them. Scorpius instantly realizes this and abandons the war to track him down, hoping to acquire the wormhole tech once and for all as the only way of stopping the Scarrans.

Crichton again refuses. Meanwhile the crew discover that the Eidolons are in fact a lost colony of the people of Arnessk, and have an innate ability to bring peace to others.

If they can find more of their people, they will be able to stop the war. Moya, with Scorpius and Sikozu in tow, heads back to Arnessk, where the ancient people have been revived and are working with Jool.

They agree to help, but Scarran Emperor Staleek attacks, destroying the base and killing Jool. Staleek doesn't want peace — he wants victory.

Only one Eidolon remains, who is able to transmit the ability to Stark, and the crew escape the Scarrans with the help of D'Argo's son Jothee.

They return to Qujaga to find that the Peacekeeper-Scarran war has reached the planet. Crichton and the others must get through the battle to reach the remaining Eidolons on the planet and pass the techniques of peace to them, all while both sides are still after him for wormhole technology.

Once there, Crichton and Aeryn are finally able to marry and Aeryn gives birth, but D'Argo is fatally wounded in the escape and dies offscreen.

Realising that neither side will take no for an answer, Crichton returns to Einstein and convinces him to unlock the knowledge, which Crichton then uses to launch a wormhole weapon — a black hole that will grow and grow until it destroys everything in the universe.

Both Grayza and Staleek finally realise that this weapon is too dangerous for anyone to possess, and they agree to a ceasefire. Crichton is able to stop the black hole, but falls into a coma as a result.

With the war finally over, the Eidolons help to broker a peace treaty between the two sides, but Crichton is still in a coma.

He is finally brought out of it when Aeryn places his new baby in his arms. The new family looks out onto the now peaceful galaxy, naming the baby D'Argo in honour of their friend, and promising the universe belongs to him.

In , Entertainment Weekly listed the show at 22 in the "25 Best Cult TV Shows from the Past 25 Years," calling it "one of the trippiest space sagas ever, with portions of some episodes taking place in Crichton's subconscious" and remarking, "Before Battlestar Galactica popularized frak as geek slang, there was Farscape' s very liberal use of frell.

EmpireOnline ranked it 45 of "the 50 greatest TV shows of all time" in February In September , the Sci-Fi Channel then-owned by Vivendi Universal opted to withdraw its funding of the fifth season, canceling the show, just before the first half of fourth season finished airing.

The Sci-Fi Channel concluded that the series was too expensive to renew, as ratings had declined during the fourth season. The sets were put in storage pending a possible future revival of the show.

Cartoonist Bill Amend , creator of the syndicated comic strip FoxTrot , addressed the series' cancellation in an 8 October strip wherein the character Jason Fox petitioned to have the Sci-Fi channel renew Farscape.

Soon after the strip ran, Amend remarked that it "generated more e-mails from readers than anything else I've done in the past. I had no idea that so many people owned computers, even I shudder to think what the mail boxes at the Sci-Fi Channel must be like these days.

Farscape' s cancellation received considerable notice by news media. Following the series' cancellation, Ben Browder and Claudia Black were both cast as series regulars on Stargate SG-1 during its final two seasons.

She then pitches a second idea the producer recognizes as Gilligan's Island. He advises her that if she is going to rip something off, it should be something more obscure.

Daniel Jackson Michael Shanks stands in for John Crichton, an in-joke referencing the sexual tension between Vala and Daniel on SG-1 as well as the fact that Browder and Shanks look very similar, a joke made before in the series.

Shanks was originally intended to play Stark, with Browder reprising the role of Crichton, but the parts were switched the day before filming at the behest of the actors.

When the scene switches back to the real world, the producer Willie Garson replies that he has "no idea what that is", likely referring to Farscape' s relative obscurity.

Coincidentally, the announcement of Stargate SG-1 's own cancellation was made shortly after this episode ran. That I'm sure I would remember.

For Region 1 releases, AD Vision originally issued Farscape in a series of 2-disc volumes, five volumes per season, which were later collected into full season box sets.

They later re-released the series in larger 4-disc volumes under the "Starburst Edition" moniker, three volumes per season with additional extras not available on the original volume sets.

All of these sets are long out of print. The two miniseries discs were identical to those of the normal Lions Gate release and were included in the last DVD case along with the two discs of bonus material that normally come with the complete series set.

The Region 2 and Region 4 box sets contain Seasons 1—4 as well as the Peacekeeper Wars television movie.

The four seasons were released in a choice of complete boxed set or individual seasons in North America, and as a boxed set only in Europe.

Software algorithms were used to upscale the standard definition image to Blu-ray's p resolution specification.

As with the U. DVD reissue in , there are 31 commentary tracks and all the special features were carried over from the previously released DVD editions.

The Blu-ray release also includes a recently filmed exclusive HD featurette, "Memories of Moya", featuring interviews with the cast and production staff as they reminisce about their time on Farscape.

On 5 November , a 15th anniversary set was released on Blu-ray. In January , seasons 1 and 2 were made available for download through Apple's iTunes Store for customers in the United States.

Season 3 was added in March , with Season 4 following in May. The episodes can be purchased individually or as entire seasons.

Beginning in January , seasons one through four were also available on the Netflix " Watch Instantly " service.

However, from 11 November through 5 November , all four seasons were once again available for online streaming. The running order of the first half of the first season on Netflix is different than that of what was released on DVD.

While there are times when shows are broadcast in a different order than what was intended and they then try to correct many years later for the sake of building up stories and characters, but for continuity, it would seem that the DVD releases are proper as opposed to Netflix.

One specific instance is that D'Argo's Qualta blade is transformed as a munitions weapon by the second or third episode from the Netflix release, yet several episodes later, that was revealed for the first time that it had that ability.

On 15 July it was announced that Farscape would return in ten webisode installments. The episodes are expected to be a few minutes long each and may eventually be broadcast on the Sci Fi Channel.

The webisodes were to have been launched as early as fall TV Guide also reported that Ben Browder is in talks to appear in the webisodes. Several news sources have reported that the web series may lead to an on-air revival of the series, [25] but Sci Fi general manager Dave Howe said that there were no plans to revive the show.

O'Bannon stated that the webisodes would likely be released in They haven't come to me with any specifics yet, and I don't read anything into that.

But at Comic-Con, Brian discussed it and said, 'Yeah, we're still figuring it out. At Comic Con , [ citation needed ] Rockne O'Bannon announced that the ongoing Farscape comic series would tie into the upcoming webisodes.

The first comic was scheduled for release in November On 4 December , O'Bannon told MTV "There's a new character that you'll meet in the very first comic book who ends up a significant player in the webisodes.

Villain or hero? I'm not saying! At the San Diego Comic-Con, [ citation needed ] Brian Henson stated that the webisodes were "ready to go" but that they were still looking for financing on the project.

Ben Browder was asked how the fans could help with funding, and said he wasn't sure what could be done. A fourth novel was commissioned to be written by DeCandido but did not surface after the show's cancellation.

Scott K. The Creatures of Farscape: Inside Jim Henson's Creature Shop , released in , offered a colorful look inside the famous creature shop that created the stunning array of creatures and make-up effects.

It includes previously unseen and behind the scenes images, exclusive contributions from the show's stars and make-up artists, and a foreword by executive producer Brian Henson.

Farscape Forever! Sex, Drugs and Killer Muppets released 28 September ; in which Science fiction and fantasy authors analyze several aspects of the TV series.

Elrod on the villains she loves to hate, and Justina Robson on sex, pleasure, and feminism. Topics range from a look at how Moya was designed and an examination of vulgarity and bodily functions to a tourist's budget guide to the Farscape universe.

Shortly after season 3 began airing, Titan Magazines released a Farscape magazine. The magazine had a in-depth material, including interviews with the cast and crew, behind the scenes information on many episodes, original fiction by O'Bannon, DeCandido, Greg Cox , John Kenneth Muir , and others , and a regular column by David Kemper.

Die Scarraner überfallen den Planeten und töten jeden, den sie dort vorfinden. Letztendlich baut John die Wurmlochwaffe, um beiden Seiten zu zeigen, dass diese in falschen Händen die Galaxis zerstören könnte.

Moya wird als Leviathan bezeichnet, welche innerhalb der Serie riesige lebende Wesen sind, die sich im Weltraum bewegen können. Innerhalb ihrer Körper können sie eine Atmosphäre erhalten und eine Besatzung aufnehmen.

Von Natur aus sind sie unbewaffnet, können sich aber durch eine Stellarbeschleunigung schnell in Sicherheit bringen. Damit eine Besatzung mit einem Leviathan kommunizieren kann, werden Piloten mit den Leviathanen verbunden.

Als freier Leviathan geboren, wurde Moya von den Peacekeepern eingefangen und unter Kontrolle gehalten. Nach ihrer Befreiung ist sie ihrer neuen Besatzung ergeben und beschützt sie vor Schaden, allerdings auch nur zu ihren Bedingungen.

Der von der Erde stammende Astronaut John Crichton gerät zu Beginn der Geschichte bei einem Testflug unabsichtlich in einen fernen, ihm völlig unbekannten Teil der Galaxis.

Dort gerät er mitten in einen Gefangenenaufstand auf dem biomechanoiden Raumschiff Moya. Bei seiner Ankunft rammt Crichton mit seinem Shuttle versehentlich den Abfangjäger eines Peacekeepers, der daraufhin an einem Asteroiden zerschellt.

Zuerst ist es sein alleiniges Ziel, auf irgendeine Weise wieder den Weg zur Erde zurückzufinden, doch wird er bald in den Sog der Ereignisse hereingezogen.

Als die Crew zwischenzeitlich getrennt wird und der eine Crichton und Aeryn sich näher kommen, stirbt dieser durch die Strahlenkrankheit, nachdem er eine Bombe entschärft hat.

Durch die dramatischen Ereignisse um seinen Tod ist Aeryns Verhältnis zu dem anderen Crichton nach Wiedervereinigung der Crew zunächst gestört, jedoch finden sie nach einer Weile zusammen.

Sie wird zusammen mit John Crichton von den Flüchtenden auf der Moya gefangengesetzt. Zwischen ihr und John Crichton entwickelt sich bald eine besondere Zuneigung.

Am Ende der Serie bekommen sie einen gemeinsamen Sohn. Als streng erzogene Peacekeeper-Soldatin hat sie sich ein distanziertes und hartes Auftreten angewöhnt, doch nach anfänglichem Misstrauen wird sie ein wichtiges Mitglied der Moya-Crew und zeichnet sich neben ihrem militärischen Geschick vor allem auch durch Besonnenheit und Loyalität aus.

Rygel XVI. Er ist egoistisch, eigensinnig, geizig, respektlos, eingebildet und ängstlich. Die anderen Mitglieder der Moya-Crew nötigen ihn jedoch immer wieder dazu, sich über seine Charakterschwächen hinwegzusetzen und seine positiven Fähigkeiten zum Nutzen der Gruppe zum Einsatz zu bringen.

Er ist ein guter Händler und in bestimmten Situationen auch ein sehr geschickter Diplomat, der manchmal noch überzeugend die Rolle des würdevollen Herrschers zu spielen vermag.

Da er sehr alt ist, hat er bereits viel erlebt und besitzt eine gewisse Art der Weisheit, zeigt diese aber nur in den seltensten Fällen.

In der gesamten Serie entwickelt Rygel sich am wenigsten. Seine Gefährten wachsen ihm allmählich ans Herz, weshalb er hin und wieder bereit ist, seinen Egoismus vorübergehend aufzugeben.

Oft ist er aber auch nur deshalb zur Kooperation bereit, weil er, körperlich schwach und seines Herrscheramtes enthoben, fast immer auf die Hilfe der anderen angewiesen ist.

Unschuldig verhaftet, sehnt er sich nach Rache für den Tod seiner Geliebten, für deren Tod er verantwortlich gemacht wurde. Er ist ebenfalls am Anfang noch misstrauisch seinen neuen Kameraden gegenüber und will am liebsten alles mit seinem riesigen Schwert erledigen, welches sich zu einer Energiewaffe umfunktionieren lässt.

Er entwickelt sich jedoch zu einem treuen und opferbereiten Gefährten und wird später sogar zum Captain der Crew gewählt. Er ist der beste Freund von Crichton und beginnt eine wechselhafte Beziehung mit Chiana.

Pilot lebt mit Moya in Symbiose und dient als Schnittstelle zwischen ihr und ihrer Besatzung. Sein gesamter Unterkörper ist mit Moya verbunden und nimmt die Funktionen und die Gefühle von ihr wahr.

Er selbst kann nicht mehr für lange Zeit von Moya getrennt überleben. So ist er gegenüber der Crew meistens voll ergeben, seine Loyalität gilt jedoch in erster Linie Moya.

Chiana kommt mehr zufällig an Bord, nachdem Moya einen Transporter rammte, auf dem sie in Gewahrsam war. Fortan bleibt sie mit an Bord bei den anderen Flüchtlingen und nutzt ihre diebischen Fähigkeiten, um vor allem auch ihre Ziele zu erreichen, aber auch um das Nötigste für die Crew zu beschaffen.

Auf ihre widerspenstige Persönlichkeit bezogen ist auf sie in Gefahrensituationen nicht immer Verlass. Sie neigt immer eher das zu tun, was sie selbst für das Richtige hält oder wozu sie gerade Lust hat.

Sie geht mit D'Argo eine Beziehung ein, aus der sie allerdings flüchtet, als er ihr seine Zukunftspläne von einem gemeinsamen Leben eröffnet.

Sie beginnt eine Affäre mit seinem Sohn Jothee, die die Beziehungen von allen drei nachhaltig zerstört und auch lange Zeit später noch zu Spannungen innerhalb der Crew führt.

Chiana entwickelt zwischenzeitlich seherische Fähigkeiten, die ihr Einblick in baldige Ereignisse geben, die sie jedoch nicht steuern und die sie auch kaum beeinflussen kann.

Nach ihren Visionen verliert sie immer länger ihr Augenlicht, bis es nicht mehr zurückkehrt. Sie erhält daher neue Augen, die ihre Sicht wiederherstellen und es ihr ermöglichen, durch Hindernisse hindurch Energieströme zu sehen.

Zhaan gehört der Rasse der Delvianer an. Ihr Volk ist pflanzlichen Ursprungs und benötigt Licht und Erde, um sich zu versorgen.

Sie selbst ist über Jahre alt und war ursprünglich eine Priesterin bei ihrem Volk. Sie wurde wegen Mordes an einem Priester verurteilt, der sie dazu benutzte, das Volk zu verleiten.

Ihre Erfahrung mit ihresgleichen — Pflanzen — macht sie zu einer Heilerin, die anderen Wesen das Leben retten kann. Mit Stark findet sie auch ein Gegenüber, mit dem sie ihr spirituelles Wesen teilen kann.

Als Moya in der Nähe eines Wurmloches mit einem anderen Raumschiff zu verschmelzen droht, steuert sie das andere Schiff weg von Moya und verschwindet.

Stark glaubt jedoch nicht, dass sie tot ist. Zunächst war Stark der Mithäftling von Crichton, der bereits länger von Scorpius auf dem Aurora-Stuhl gefoltert wurde und nach der Flucht auf Moya blieb.

Mit seiner starken spirituellen Ausprägung versteht er sich besonders gut mit Zhaan und leidet zusehends, nachdem sie nicht mehr auf Moya ist. Sie befand sich zuvor mit ihren Cousins in Kryostase auf einem Eisplaneten der Diagnosianer.

Dort wurde einer ihrer Cousins als Spender für Crichtons zerstörtes Sprachzentrum benutzt, da ihre Rasse genetisch mit den Menschen fast übereinstimmt.

Um ihre Herkunft herauszufinden, werden sie und ihr verbleibender Cousin an Bord von Moya gebracht, wo beide bei einem Zwischenfall aus Versehen aufgeweckt werden und ihr Cousin sofort stirbt.

Nach dem gleichzeitigen Opfer von Zhaan hat sie Probleme, von der Crew angenommen zu werden. Ständige Konflikte, bei denen sie unzähligen Angriffen ausgesetzt ist, bringen ihr Wissen über Biologie und Medizin zu Tage.

Sie verlässt die Crew wieder und bleibt bei den Priestern von Arnessk, um ihnen bei ihrem neuen Leben in diesem Universum zu helfen. Sie stirbt bei dem Angriff der Scarraner auf den Planeten.

Seine persönlich motivierte Jagd findet ein Ende, als er auf dem Aurora-Stuhl von Scorpius befragt wird: dabei kommt der Mord an seinem zweiten Offizier zu Tage, den er verübte, um seine wahren Gründe für die Verfolgung von Crichton vor den Peacekeepern geheim zu halten.

Um der Hinrichtung zu entgehen, flieht er später an Bord von Moya. Auch als er akzeptiert, dass der Tod seines Bruders ein Unfall gewesen ist und er auf die Crew der Moya angewiesen ist, bleibt das Verhältnis angespannt.

Er steuert Talyn über ein neurales Interface und kann eine ähnliche Kontrolle ausüben wie es Piloten möglich ist, sich jedoch nicht immer gegen sein Schiff durchsetzen.

When Crichton and Chiana arrived to find a tissue sample for Aeryn episode " Nerve " , she recognised Crichton masquerading as a Peacekeeper officer and aided them getting past the base's security.

Though she realized that Crichton no longer felt as strongly for her as he had before, she agreed to help them.

When Crichton was apprehended by Scorpius, Gilina used her superior knowledge of the Peacekeeper systems to get off the base, before attempting to help Crichton during his interrogations in the Aurora Chair while initially remaining undiscovered.

Eventually, she reprogrammed the chair to show a false memory of Crais and Crichton making a deal, resulting in a reprieve for Crichton while Crais was later interrogated episode " The Hidden Memory ".

When Aeryn arrived to rescue Crichton, Gilina helped them flee the base, but chose to stay rather than leave her life as a Peacekeeper behind.

However, she would later change her mind, realising that she truly did want to leave with Crichton and that if she stayed, her part in Crichton's escape would eventually be discovered.

When Crichton was caught and held at gunpoint by Scorpius during his attempted escape, Gilina unexpectedly came to his rescue, armed with a pulse rifle ; her hesitation to fire on Scorpius, however, led to him shooting her instead.

This distraction gave Crichton the chance to break away and escape with the rest of Moya's crew and Gilina, now mortally wounded.

She had saved Crichton's life, at the cost of her own. She spent her final moments on Moya. As she lay dying, Stark helped ease her pain, showing her a memory of a place he had kept hidden during his many sessions in the Aurora Chair.

She professed her love for Crichton and he admitted that he could have loved her as well. They shared one final kiss before she died.

Almost three cycles after her death, Crichton and Chiana would encounter Gilina in another form, appearing in a neural-based, video game-like device of Stark 's that was apparently based on Crichton's own memories episode " John Quixote ".

Her character was present on the Gammak base level and was later destroyed by one of the game's versions of Scorpius.

Selto Durka played by David Wheeler was a legendary Peacekeeper captain in command of the command carrier Zelbinion. His most famed accomplishments were the liberation of Mintaka III and the quelling the Senovion rebellion.

Many of his tactics are required learning during Peacekeeper training. Durka was also an inveterate sadist, and frequently tortured prisoners that came under his supervision.

In Farscape , he was particularly known for torturing Rygel. During a Peacekeeper invasion of the Nebari sector, over cycles years prior to the events covered by the TV Series, the Zelbinion was crippled by Nebari "Host" vessel.

The crew refused to surrender to Nebari "mind cleansing" and were all killed, and Durka apparently committed suicide.

However, it is later revealed that he had faked his own death by murdering a junior officer, and fled the Zelbinion in an escape pod.

He was later captured by the Nebari and spent the next cycles years in stasis being mind cleansed into an obedient, pacifistic servant of the Nebari Establishment.

When Durka and his Nebari master later encountered the crew of Moya , he was recognised by Rygel who promptly tried to kill him with a makeshift bomb.

However the explosion only succeeded in somehow negating the mind cleansing, and Durka was returned to his old violent self.

In short order, he allegedly murdered his Nebari keeper and hijacked Moya , but the crew eventually succeeded in luring him into a trap.

While he was powering up the weapons on the crippled Nebari ship on which he had arrived, it was jettisoned into space, leaving him stranded on board the derelict vessel.

About a cycle year later, Rygel discovered that Durka survived their last encounter and was then the leader of the Zenetan Pirates with which he was trying to negotiate.

Durka tried to kill Rygel, but Rygel came prepared for his treachery and killed Durka instead, a surprisingly abrupt end for so prominent a villain in the series.

For the next few days, Rygel carried Durka's severed head around on a stake, as a trophy of his final victory over the man who tortured him for so long.

Talyn Lyczac was a Peacekeeper soldier and the father of Aeryn Sun. At the beginning of the series, he has been dead for many cycles. Talyn is rare for a Peackeeper in that he met and fell in love with another Peacekeeper, Xhalax Sun.

Together, they deliberately conceived Aeryn, as a symbol of their love. When the Peacekeepers discovered their relationship and the daughter they had sired, they gave Xhalax a choice.

She could kill Talyn or she could kill Aeryn. Xhalax executes Talyn, which is her initiation into the life of an assassin for the Peacekeepers.

Aeryn would later name Moya 's son Talyn in honor of her father. Almost two cycles later, Aeryn tries to contact her dead father on the planet Valldon.

There, an alien being claims to be Talyn. It is soon revealed, however, that he is not Talyn, but an impostor hired by Xhalax in her attempt to kill Aeryn and cause her the same kind of pain Xhalax felt when forced to make her horrific choice between her daughter and her lover.

The false Talyn wears an insect-like prosthetic over half of his face, claiming to have thus changed his appearance through surgery when going into hiding; a similar half-face appears on the "bioloid" imposter of Aeryn after Crichton shoots her in the head.

She is his first officer and is fiercely loyal and supportive. When Crais' brother is killed, it falls to her to inform him.

After Crais is abducted and returned by Maldis , Teeg informs him of an attempt by another officer to remove him from command, an action that she has prevented.

She also notifies him that she remains the only other person besides Crais who knows about the admiral's order. Making sure it stays that way, Crais snaps her neck, ending the life of his most faithful officer.

Teeg's murder goes undiscovered until Crais is placed into the Aurora Chair by Scorpius several months later. Xhalax Sun played by Linda Cropper is the mother of Aeryn Sun , with whom she had never formed a personal relationship due to Peacekeeper rules.

Xhalax is first seen in season three of the series, as the leader of a Peacekeeper retrieval squad sent to recapture Talyn. It is revealed that Xhalax, a former spaceship pilot, had been forced to become an assassin as punishment for her crimes of having formed a romantic relationship with another Peacekeeper, having intentionally chosen to have a child with him, and then having established contact with that child albeit briefly , all of which violated Peacekeeper rules.

When her crimes were discovered via security camera when she secretly visited Aeryn when Aeryn was a child, in order to inform her that her life was not an accident or an assigned birthing to fill the ranks, Xhalax was forced to choose between killing Aeryn and killing Aeryn's father, Talyn for whom the aforementioned Talyn had been named.

Her superiors told her that after making this choice she would be forgiven and allowed to return to being a pilot, but she was never reinstated in her former position and was instead assigned assassination missions from that time on.

This line of work slowly made her become cold and bitter, seemingly destroying the love that she'd shown during her clandestine visit to young Aeryn's barracks, and the love for which she'd sacrificed the life of her lover in order to save their child.

Decades later, when she was assigned to the Peacekeeper retrieval squad, she met Aeryn once again and explained what had happened after she'd visited Aeryn.

She accused Aeryn of being sentimental and weak for having named the spaceship Talyn after the father she'd never met. That encounter ended with Talyn seriously crippled and Crais having claimed to have killed Xhalax to prevent her from completing her mission to capture Talyn for the Peacekeepers.

In reality, he had allowed Xhalax to leave them because he knew that otherwise, the Peacekeepers would simply send another retrieval squad.

Aeryn encountered Xhalax once again later on, and a situation arose from which only one could escape alive. During a tense standoff, Aeryn managed to reason with Xhalax only to see Xhalax shot down by Bialar Crais who through no fault of his own misinterpreted the standoff as unacceptably dangerous to Aeryn.

Dying, Xhalax told Aeryn that her true selfdom had been killed years before by her unyielding loyalty to the Peacekeepers. Her last request was for Aeryn to let her fall from the high ledge where their standoff had taken place.

As a token of respect, Aeryn acquiesced. The Scarrans are large humanoids that are distinctly reptilian in appearance and display a noticeable variation in body types.

Most members of this species are perhaps best described as tailless "lizard men" with extended necks and long muzzled faces that some have found reminiscent of a horse.

A significantly smaller portion possess a slightly smaller and more humanoid face on a shorter neck.

Finally there is a third and even rarer variety that are almost human in proportion though their faces retain a certain bestial mien. There have been examples of male Scarrans of all three types, but the only females seen to date have been of this last variety - a large sexual dimorphism exists between the large muscular males and the smaller svelte females.

As these Scarran women possess breasts, it may be inferred that they give birth to and nurture live young; whether the same can be said of females of the other types is uncertain.

Scarrans are known to reproduce in a manner physically compatible with humans and Sebaceans. By inference natives of a hot world, [13] Scarrans nonetheless seem comfortable in temperate conditions to the point that their military facilities are heated to a level comfortable for non-Scarrans.

This may have to do with the specialized gland in their chest [14] that permits a Scarran to emit a focused beam of heat, usually from the hand, that proves exceptionally useful for purposes of torture and interrogation.

The gland's ability to produce heat is negated by sub-zero temperatures, and its removal has a noticeably debilitating physical effect.

The indifference to climate may, however, be due to the Scarran being cold-blooded, similar to reptiles, and that evolution resulted in a gland that 'stores' heat, which may be discharged as a defensive mechanism.

Scarran society is structured along imperial lines, with an Emperor in overall charge. This position's power is not absolute - an incompetent may be removed by a Council of Ministers.

Though dynastic succession is expected, killing the current Emperor and taking power is a perfectly legitimate means of ascending to the throne which has no gender restriction on who may occupy it.

The Scarran Imperium rose to its current position as a major galactic power within the last 12, cycles [5] and within that time they have come into conflict with the Peacekeepers , both civilisations laying claim to parts of the so-called Uncharted Territories into which their populaces might expand.

How long the state of cold war has existed between them is unknown - though legend tells of the Eidelons creating a peace between the two species over 12, years prior to the Farscape series at the temple on Arnesk, [16] the testimony of the Eidelons themselves as to their lack of familiarity with the Scarran species would indicate the story as the galaxy knows it is fallacious.

By the end of the Farscape series, hostilities between Scarrans and Peacekeepers escalate into an open conflict that lasts for a number of months; almost without exception, the Scarran war machine carries every battle, conquering many systems both within the Uncharted Territories, and under Peacekeeper control.

Despite this, the war is brought to a peaceful conclusion with no victor when John Crichton utilises a wormhole weapon with the potential to destroy the galaxy in order to frighten both sides into signing a peace treaty.

Ahkna is an upper-caste member of the Scarran race, played by Francesca Buller the wife of co-star Ben Browder who plays series protagonist John Crichton.

She is a Minister of War throughout the last few episodes of Season 4 of the series. Her position makes her the third most powerful Scarran in the Empire, under Emperor Staleek.

Ahkna believes in the superiority of the Scarran race and would do almost anything to ensure that the Scarrans dominate the galaxy.

Several months before the war between the Scarrans and the Peacekeepers , Ahkna meets with Commandant Mele-On Grayza to discuss a peace treaty between the two powers.

Grayza offers the Luxan territories to the Scarrans in exchange for Peacekeeper control of the Uncharted Territories and a peace treaty.

Ahkna accepts the arrangement and signs the treaty, but betrays Grayza a moment later when her escorts open fire on Grayza's party, killing everyone but Grayza and Captain Braca.

Ahkna takes Grayza and Braca to her ship, planning to later interrogate them about the Peacekeepers' alleged wormhole technology. Ahkna's group manages to capture Aeryn, and she turns her over to Captain Jenek.

Ahkna is later at Katratzi with Emperor Staleek when John Crichton arrives with the supposed intention of selling his wormhole knowledge to the highest bidder.

Though she is suspicious of his motivations, she can do little to him since 1 it is Staleek 's decision, not hers and 2 Crichton has a nuclear bomb strapped to his chest.

Ahkna is relatively fearless, however, and menaces Crichton despite the nuclear bomb, almost setting it off. At the time, Scorpius is being held captive in the base and Ahkna takes much pleasure in torturing him.

Despite the efforts of her underlings, Katratzi is all but destroyed by Crichton and his companions. With their precious flower destroyed, Ahkna leaves Katratzi with Staleek.

Within a number of days, Ahkna and Staleek have discovered that a large supply of crystherium flower exist on Earth. Staleek sends Ahkna's lover Pennoch in a Scarran Stryker to attack and subdue the planet.

Ahkna loses her love, however, when the efforts of Crichton, Aeryn, and Pilot cause the collapse of the wormhole connected to Earth while Pennoch is still inside of it.

Two months later, Ahkna helps lead the war effort against the Peacekeepers. With superior forces and firepower, the Scarrans win every battle against the Peacekeepers.

Ahkna is stationed aboard Staleek's Decimator at the Emperor's side. Ahkna is zealous in her campaign against the Peacekeepers, more so than the Emperor himself, believing that the war should only end with their enemy's total annihilation.

Ahkna often acts without Staleek's consent, doing what benefits both her and the Scarran race. Pleased with her determination and ruthlessness, Staleek all but promises her rule of the Scarran Empire by his side at the completion of the war.

Ahkna's final battle takes place on the ravaged surface of Qujaga. After prolonged ground combat between Peacekeeper and Scarran forces, Crichton and his allies try to move out from their fortified position and escape to Moya.

Ahkna's forces intercept them on the way and Ahkna holds Crichton at gunpoint. Before she can fire, however, Aeryn shoots her in the back, ending her life.

He is played by Jonathan Pasvolsky and later by John Adam. He usually appears in the service of Ahkna or Emperor Staleek and can often be seen at their side or carrying out their orders.

He accompanies Ahkna to her meeting with Commandant Grayza on a dead Leviathan and commerce center. He later assists in the capture of Aeryn Sun when her pulse rifle proves to be ineffective against his thick hide.

He is also present at the meeting and devastation at Katratzi. He is sent on his final mission by Emperor Staleek. In command of a Scarran Stryker , Pennoch heads for the wormhole that leads to Earth.

When the Stryker arrives and enters, however, Crichton has already begun to collapse the wormhole. The Stryker is caught in the implosion, destroying the ship and killing Pennoch as Ahkna can only listen helplessly.

Emperor Staleek is the Scarran emperor, played by Duncan Young and is a major antagonist in both the series and the mini-series.

He first appears in the "We're So Screwed" three-part story in season 4, holding a conference at the secret moon of Katratzi. It was there he first encounters John Crichton.

Crichton comes to Katratzi under the guise of selling the information he has on wormhole technology to the highest bidder.

Crichton is truly there to rescue Scorpius , whom Staleek has prisoner at the base. During that time, Staleek hopes to find a way to capture Crichton without setting off the nuclear bomb attached to Crichton's belt.

He is also under the impression that Scorpius is his spy and double agent, but in truth, Scorpius turns out to be a triple agent whose true allegiance is to the Peacekeepers.

When Crichton severely damages the Katratzi base, Staleek orders Captain Pennoch to Earth, as he has learned from Crichton that the planet contains a large supply of the crystherium flower, vital to the Scarrans' power.

Pennoch's mission fails and his ship is destroyed by Crichton and Aeryn Sun. Staleek later takes an active role in the Peacekeeper -Scarran war, traveling in his flagship the Decimator.

He personally captures Crichton at Arnessk and is later present at the battle over Qujaga where Crichton unleashes a wormhole weapon and forces the two sides to make peace.

Crichton mockingly calls him Emperor Sleestak, a play on his name and also a reference to Land of the Lost , a s children's Saturday morning Sci-Fi TV show that featured lizard-like humanoid antagonists, presumably remembered from John Crichton's youth.

Captain Jenek is a Scarran freighter captain and a member of the Scarran ruling caste who serves as a major antagonist in the fourth season, played by Jason Clarke.

Jenek serves as Aeryn's jailer while she is in Scarran custody, keeping her on board his ship and torturing her both physically and psychologically while his ship made its way to the Katratzi base.

After forcing her to tell him that Crichton is the father of her child, he continues his path to Katratzi, intending to have scientists extract wormhole information from its DNA.

Jenek's ship stops at a border station that Moya's crew are also on, having disguised themselves as Scarran agents.

While on the station, Noranti infects Rygel with a contagious Hynerian disease to have the station put into quarantine. Jenek becomes paranoid the disease will kill Aeryn and attempts to place her baby inside Chiana, as Nebari are immune to the disease.

Moya's crew engaged in an operation to prevent this, and Scorpius lured him off ship. When Jenek caught onto his ruse, Scorpius attacked Jenek and was promptly beaten into submission by the Scarran captain and taken prisoner, though Aeryn and Chiana were rescued.

Jenek arrived in Katratzi with Scorpius and attended the peace conference, serving as the chief security officer.

Jenek is killed when Crichton's homemade nuclear bomb detonated, destroying the base. Bekhesh is the leader of a group of Tavlek mercenaries but later gives up his life of violence.

He is played by John Adam. He wears a gauntlet weapon that injects him with a narcotic stimulant, giving him increased speed, strength, and aggression, but also resulting in addiction.

The gauntlet can also fire short energy bursts with an output that is on par with a pulse pistol blast, able to kill a target in one hit, and can absorb blasts too.

He is first encountered by the crew of Moya shortly after John Crichton 's arrival in the Uncharted Territories.

Posing as a group of traders, Bekhesh's group attempts to rob Moya shortly after boarding. While deterred from stealing any goods, Bekhesh manages to kidnap Rygel , because they have been led to believe by the Hynerian that he is a valuable prisoner, the current dominar of a great empire.

Bekhesh takes Rygel to the planet below and imprisons him in a makeshift cell, burying the Hynerian halfway into the ground as he waits for the crew of Moya to pay Rygel's ransom.

Despite Rygel's supposed value, Bekhesh treats him mercilessly and does not tolerate dissent. When Rygel tries to escape, Bekhesh strangles him, nearly causing the Hynerian's death.

Rygel's crewmates eventually come for him and as Bekhesh and Crichton have a Mexican standoff , Crichton is able to convince Bekhesh that Rygel is not worth anything.

Bekhesh gives him up, deciding that Rygel has already been more trouble than he could ever be worth. Almost two cycles later, Crichton seeks Bekhesh out, hoping to acquire the gauntlet to use it in an assault to rescue D'Argo 's son.

He discovers that Bekhesh had given up his life of violence and has joined a pacifist holy order. He is, however, unwilling to give up the gauntlet and agrees to go with Crichton.

After Crichton later turns himself over to Scorpius in exchange for Jothee , Bekhesh helps stage an assault on a Shadow Depository, fighting beside D'Argo and Aeryn in an effort to rescue Crichton.

After their success, Bekhesh takes his cut and thanks the crew of Moya for bringing him back to his life of violence.

Unlike other Tavleks, Bekhesh wears some type of masking shield over the top of his head. Its purpose is unknown but it is implied that it is due to injury.

John Crichton's childhood friend who, along with Crichton, formulated the theory that was being tested by the Farscape project.

Crichton helped D. In the episode "Terra Firma" D. First introduced in Season 4, "Einstein" is an Ancient who has tremendous knowledge of wormholes, time and theoretical physics.

His appearance is a plot device which provides John Crichton with an opportunity to finally harness wormhole travel and return to Earth, a main focus of the series.

He is shown as enigmatic and ultimately fake, appearing as an eyeless, gray-skinned human being wearing a suit and tie, obviously in imitation of Crichton's memories, as he is not truly existent in Crichton's world, simply a manifestation of another, vastly more powerful being.

He is one of the many 'godlike aliens' which episodes of Farscape often center around, presenting alternate realities and confusing illusions, similar to Maldis and the Ancients.

Einstein actually reveals to Crichton that the Ancients are members of his race, though substantially modified, who provide intelligence of 'normal' space.

There are allusions and references made to the Pathfinder wormhole-traversing race as well as the extradimensional entity from the Season One episode Through the Looking Glass.

The moniker "Einstein" is given to him by Crichton. His true name, and whether he has one, is not known.

In Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars , after considerable badgering by Crichton, Einstein removes the mental blocks preventing Crichton from turning a wormhole into a weapon.

After Crichton builds such a weapon and uses it to coerce the Peacekeepers and Scarrans to negotiate peace, Einstein strips the knowledge from his mind even as he's shutting off the weapon.

Furlow played by Magda Szubanski is a knowledgeable, yet somewhat arrogant, mechanic on the desert world Dam-Ba-Da. While her race is not known, she appears to be a rather short and stocky female, likely Sebacean.

Furlow offered to repair John's ship, provided he could pay for it. When repairs were completed, and compensation was demanded, Crichton admitted that he had nothing with which to pay her.

Furlow demanded all the flight data he had recorded on wormholes so far to Crichton's dismay. An Ancient in the guise of Jack Crichton had accused him of selling the wormhole knowledge given to him by the ancients.

However, Crichton had given the knowledge to Furlow before ever meeting the Ancients. Furlow used the wormhole information given to her by John, as well as a replica of the Farscape One module, to conduct her own wormhole research.

Her plan was to sell it to the highest bidder—in this case the Scarrans, via the Charrids. When John and Ancient Jack arrived on Dam-Ba-Da, the Charrids had already taken over Furlow's garage in order to secure the knowledge for the Scarrans, who were on their way to the planet.

Before John, Aeryn, and Jack were able to destroy the information, the Scarrans downloaded some of it, so "Jack" came up with a plan to destroy the Scarran ship, deciding to build a device that used wormholes as a weapon.

Before the Scarrans arrived, however, Furlow betrayed them, killing Jack. She stole the completed device—a displacement engine—and fled her shop in a vehicle, hoping to sell the engine to the Scarrans when they arrived.

Crichton pursued and caused Furlow to crash, inadvertently exposing the radioactive material that powered the engine.

Knowing that approaching the engine would mean risking a fatal dose of radiation, Furlow fled, and urged Crichton to do the same.

But Crichton instead retrieved the engine, sacrificing his life in order to ensure that the Scarrans would not retain the information they'd just stolen.

John Robert "Jack" Crichton, Sr. During his time in the Uncharted Territories, the junior Crichton would often think of his father. In his first year, he would sometimes record his thoughts into a tape recorder, usually addressing Jack in his recordings.

A member of the Ancients took on his form when conversing with John Crichton. Initially this was to fool John while studying human reactions for a possible colonisation of Earth.

Following John seeing his true form, the illusion was retained for unknown reasons Possibly to make John feel more at ease with him.

Around a cycle later, John would again encounter a false image of his father. This was the result of a Scarran interrogation device which presented Crichton with increasingly erratic and irrational imagery in order to break his mind.

A cycle after this incident, John again encounters the Ancient in the form of his father. Assumedly, this Ancient took the form of Jack to make Crichton more comfortable as they worked together to keep wormhole technology out of the hands of the Scarrans.

Crichton would finally see his real father again, about a cycle later, though this time he encountered Jack when he was younger in Crichton soon discovered that his presence in the past had altered history and that Jack was now to command the tragic final flight of the space shuttle Challenger.

Crichton and his friends did what they could to fix the timeline, while John avoided any unnecessary contact with his parents. It seems, however, that Jack later caught a glimpse of his grown son shortly after he had rescued the younger John from a burning house.

When John and the rest of Moya 's crew returned to the present, they discovered that they were still in Earth orbit, now in late John and Jack reunited on Moya, though John was hesitant at first, wary of yet another Ancient-created, or similar, illusion.

John accepted that he had finally returned home and he along with the crew of Moya spent some time on Earth. During their stay, John was distressed to learn that Jack now had, while nationalistic, an isolationist attitude toward the other nations of the world, due primarily to the September 11 terrorist attacks.

In spite of their differences, John eventually convinced his father to support a unified globe, knowing it was their only chance Earth had if they hoped to face the challenges of the galaxy that Crichton had already faced.

Months later, Crichton would contact Jack one last time. With the Scarrans on their way to attack Earth, John decided to collapse the wormhole linking Earth to the area of the galaxy near the Uncharted Territories and Tormented Space.

After landing a transport pod on the Moon, John used one of its communicators to dial Jack's house. They wished each other good bye and Jack expressed his pride in John and all he had done before they closed the line.

In the time between D'Argo giving him up and his reappearance, the details are vague. It was implied that Jothee spent time as a slave, as he was found among Banik slaves.

As a result of his separation, Jothee was denied most of the Luxan upbringing and, after being the subject of abuse over his mixed heritage, mutilated his more Luxan features.

Jothee left Moya's crew at this point. His whereabouts between his departure from Moya and PK Wars are unknown.

Two cycles later, Jothee re-appeared as the "Kleeva" a military strategist and officer of a small Luxan commando unit during PK Wars.

According to comic continuity later, Jothee's unique background helped him achieve the honor of becoming the youngest Kleeva in the history of the Luxan people.

Jothee's skills are primarily tactic and mind based, unlike his father who quite often relied upon his brute strength, anger, and intimidating stature to get results.

Maldis played by Chris Haywood was a recurring villain within the series. By his very nature, Maldis enjoys the pain and death of others, feeding off them like a psychic vampire.

Though his exact origin and nature is unknown, Maldis is a powerful, non-corporeal being, having seemingly met his mortal end on several occasions, but always returning.

He is sometimes likened to as the " Q " of Farscape , also far more sinister. Maldis wields immense powers which enable him to shapeshift, allowing him to take on any form he wishes, thus obscuring his true age or species.

Maldis has reconstituted his physical form on more than one occasion, and occupied spaces beyond the normal dimensions of spacetime, hinting that he may be more than a mere sentient being.

The crew first encounters Maldis while visiting a commerce planet early in their adventures. Taking the form of a clown named Igg, he demonstrates that he knows a lot about Crichton, and explains that he serves a benevolent old magician named Haloth also Maldis.

Haloth tells Crichton he has the ability to set up a meeting between himself and Bialar Crais, at which Crichton can explain to Crais the circumstances of his brother's death, which will end the Peacekeeper captain's pursuit.

When Crais agrees, Haloth reveals himself to Crichton, and unleashes Crais upon him within an arena of his own devising.

As the two fight, Zhaan gains help from a local high priest, Liko. Together, they work to unleash Zhaan's abilities to inflict pain and damage on others.

Interrupting Maldis' attempt to kill Crichton and feed off his soul, Zhaan renders the dark sorcerer tangible, allowing Crichton to smash his physical form to bits.

Many months later, Chiana obtains a unique picture from a woman named Kyvan. She begins experiencing progressively more dangerous "accidents" seemingly predicted by images in the picture.

After attempts to examine it end in Chiana's disappearance, the crew try destroying the picture to bring her back.

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