Fans of video games, science fiction and action adventure should be interested in Defiance. A product of the cable network SyFy and centers around a story involving courage and survival. The year is 2046 and it is thirty years after an alien invasion of Earth. Everything has changed on our planet and for humans. St. Louis, Missouri is now called Defiance and is one of the last independent outposts in the United States. A former soldier turned scavenger named Nolan (played by Grant Bowler) and his adopted alien daughter Irisa (played by Stephanie Leonides) have through a set of unique circumstances had settled down in the town where there seems to never be a dull moment.

Episode 1: Pilot: It is 2046 and Nolan and Irisa, two Arkfall survivors, arrive in the town of Defiance. They soon find themselves in the middle of a feud between two powerful families.

Episode 2: Down in the Ground Where the Dead Men Go: Nolan and Rafe (played by Graham Greene) are on the hunt for a traitor who sets out to seemingly destroy Defiance. Irisa is vehemently against a Castithan ritual involving torture.

Episode 3: The Devil in the Dark: Nolan and Irisa set out after a murderer who has started a plague of deadly insects on the residents of Defiance. The Spirit Riders, after having helped fight off the attack, now have the right to come into town as they wish.

Episode 4: A Well Respected Man: Kenya (played by Mia Kirschner) is taken captive in the Alien Badlands. Nolan goes after Datak Tarr (played by Tony Curran) with a vengeance.

Episode 5: The Serpent’s Egg: While transporting a criminal to prison in Las Vegas the vehicle Nolan and Amanda (played by Julie Benz) are traveling in is hijacked. Irisa has captured the man she believes tortured her as a child.

Episode 6: Brothers in Arms: A bounty hunter is pursuing Pol Madis (played by Daniel Kash) and corners him in Defiance. The bounty hunter (played by Rob Stewart) ends up being an old army buddy of Nolan’s.

Episode 7: Goodbye Blue Sky: Debris in the form of razor rain from large fragments from the original alien fleet falls on Defiance. Irisa begins having visions.

Episode 8: I Wasn’t Made For These Times: Nolan and Tommy (played by Dewshane Williams) find NASA Commander Gordon McClintock (played by Brian J. Smith) in a downed Voltan ship. The odd thing is that McClintock was thought killed in space in 2013.

Episode 9: If I Ever Leave This World Alive: Defiance is hit by the deadly Trath-Flu. Human and Irathients are affected and put under quarantine.

Episode 10: The Bride Wore Black: A human skeleton is discovered in the walls of the NeedWant. The skeleton ends up being the disappeared husband of Kenya making her and Amanda the prime suspects of his murder.

Episode 11: Past is Prologue: A romantic evening between Irisa and Tommy is halted when she is overcome by severe pain in her legs. The inhabitants of Defiance hold a wake for Nicky (played by Fionnula Flanagan) at the NeedWant.

Episode 12: Everything is Broken: It is Election Day in Defiance. Amanda and Datak are both running for mayor.

Special Features: Deleted Scenes, Previews of Battlestar Galatica, Battlestar Galactica: Blood + Chrome, Covert Affairs, Suits, House, Heroes, Gag Reel, Defiance: A Transmedia Revolution, Making Defiance, Behind the Scenes with Jesse Rath, Digital Copy