Twins Noah & Luke arrive at a remote castle with their mother, where they meet several others. They all soon discover that they are surrounded by mysteries, and their pasts are all connected to each other. Will they be able to discover the truth before something happens to them.
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Episode 1x36; May 14, 2015
1x36: World's End
1x35: Beyond Hope
1x33: Desperate Times, Desperate Measures
1x32: Eight Hours to Impact
1x31: Keep Your Enemies Close
1x30: Unhuman Behaviour
1x29: Reality Bites
1x28: Truth… and Lies
Vahid Gold as Adam Javadi Junior "AJ"
Sam Glen as Lars "Slim" Butt
Sophia Carr-Gomm as Lexy Winters
Jade Johnson as Cat Sharpe
Amy Robbins as Professor Stephanie Morelle, Noah and Luke's mother
Adam Astill as Marcus Roberts, officer, and Gaia's dad
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