Three thousand years after a chunk of iron the size of Khufu’s pyramid collides with Europa, Jupiter’s sixth moon, an asteroid borne of the collision crashes into Earth’s Arctic ice shelf carrying extraterrestrial microbial life. The first man to come into contact with the microbes hears voices—and then dies. After determining the meteorite originated from Europa, the Global Exploratory Corporation sends oceanographer and biologist, Kathy Connelly, and her crew to the moon aboard the Surveyo ...
Two years after his wife's death, oceanographer and former navy SEAL, Atticus Young, attempts to reconcile with his rebellious daughter, Giona, by taking her on the scuba dive of a lifetime-swimming with a pod of peaceful humpback whales in the Gulf of Maine. But the beauty of the sea belies a terror from the deep-a horrific creature as immense as it is ancient. There is no blood, no scream, no fight. Giona is swallowed whole by the massive jaws. Only Atticus remains to suffer the shame of t ...
The crew retreats while something monsterous presses the attack in this final episode of BENEATH!
Peterson and Choi duke it out while those beneath flee towards the surface.
The crew beneath the surface encounters an intelligence.
Connelly, Willard and Robert are confronted by something new. Peterson fights his condition.
Choi is subdued and captured, but mounts an escape. Connelly, Robert and Willard are pursued deeper into the cave system.
Willard, Robert and Connelly descend into a cave system beneath the ocean and find they're unwelcome.
Choi confronts Peterson. Willard fights to rescue Connelly and Robert, before their time runs out.
Peterson heads to the surface. Robert and Connelly encounter something huge, and hungry, in the Europian ocean. Choi is attacked.
Robert and Connelly discover something amazing in the Europoan ocean. Choi learns that there is more to the surface of Europa than they realized. Peterson loses control of himself.
Robert and Connelly descend through the ice and into the Europian ocean.The true effects of Peterson's poisoning begin to emerge.
Peterson experiments with a specimen with disastrous results.
While Connelly, Willard and Robert use TES to melt through the frozen surface of Europa, Choi and Peterson collect samples, which are then brought back to the ship.
After learning about their new spacesuits, Connelly's Thermal Exploratory System (TES) is launched to the surface of Europa. The crew follows and makes an amazing discovery.
The crew arrives in orbit around Europa and aregreeted by a freakish phenomenon. They take some time to explore the ship.
The crew is tested, taught and trained for themission before beginning the long trip to Europa.
Connelly, Peterson, Willard and Robert arrive atthe Global Exploration Corporation headquarters, meet the rest of the crew,Choi and Harris, and are tasked with their new mission: the search for life onEuropa.
Astrogeologist, Michael Peterson makes ahorrific discovery in the Arctic. A yearlater, Kathy Connelly and her crew are called away from their research in Antarctica.
The final episode of Kronos, featuring a brutal climax and stunning finale!
The bloody battle for the Titan continues while Giona continues to debate her situation and Kronos comes under attack.
Atticus opens a can of pain on the crew of the Titan while Oshea and Andrea try to make contact with the outside world. Meanwhile, Giona begins to figure out what's going on.
What is Kronos? That is the question Atticus, Oshea and Andrea attempt to uncover...but Trevor has other plans for them.
In the wake of Atticus's startling discovery, alliances melt down and aggression ratchets up. Who can be trusted and who is the true enemy is put to the test.
Atticuss descends for a face-to-face confrontation with Kronos and finds himself in no way prepared for the encounter.
O'shea gives Atticus a tip that results in a showdown between Atticus and Remus. Andrea makes her way on board the Titan. Atticus and Andrea tend to wounds, physical and emotional. Trevor and Remus add "peeping Tom" to their list of offenses.
Episode Seven – Kronos emerges as the hunt begins. The recovered video of Atticus’s first encounter with Kronos is watched. Andrea makes a bold, life-threatening decision while Atticus and Trevor up the stakes in the plot for revenge.
The beast is tracked while Atticus and Trevor plan a dive to retrieve his camera. Atticus is shown "Ray" a mantra ray shaped, heavily armed mini-sub. On the dive they meet a basking shark, get the camera and flee to the surface, where the hunt begins!
Andrea tracks down The Titan. Atticus and Trevor forge a relationship as Atticus mourns Giona. Andrea confronts Trevor via loudspeaker--drugged, Atticus sleeps through it. History on the creature is uncovered going back to 1638...and they're tracking it.
Atticus collects what he needs from home, dealing with hard emotions and meets Trevor on board The Titan, his mega yacht. Andrea searches for Atticus at home, then at sea. Trevor shows Atticus the collection a 30 ft shark named Laurel and plots the hunt.
Atticus enters the hospital after radioing a S.O.S. and passing out. Andrea who saves him turns out to be an old friend...nearly fiance. Trevor Manfred finds out about the creature, heads to New Hampshire, offering Atticus his help in killing the beast.
Andrea Vincent rescues a French woman from something huge beneath the water. Atticus and Giona bond, go diving in the gulf of Maine with humpback whales, which are spooked by something large...just before Giona is swallowed whole by the creature.
1637 - Something large eats John Wheelright and spits him back on shore. Present - Atticus Young, ex-Navy Seal turned oceanographer/widower/father of 16 year old, Giona, mourns his wife's death two years previous. A fishing boat encounters something huge.