List of Sanctuary episodes
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- S4Ep13: Sanctuary for None (Part 2) 12/30/2011 1
- S4Ep12: Sanctuary for None (Part 1) 12/23/2011 2
- S4Ep11: The Depths 12/16/2011 1
- S4Ep10: Acolyte 12/9/2011 2
- S4Ep9: Chimera 12/2/2011
- S4Ep8: Fugue 11/25/2011
- S4Ep7: Icebreaker 11/18/2011 1
- S4Ep6: Homecoming 11/11/2011 1
- S4Ep5: Resistance 11/4/2011 1
- S4Ep4: Monsoon 10/28/2011 1
- S4Ep3: Untouchable 10/21/2011 1
- S4Ep2: Uprising 10/14/2011 1
As Hollow Earth Abnormals continue to arrive at the surface in droves, Will, Henry, Kate and Bigfoot scramble to prevent all-out war with the Lotus Security Forces. All the while, they are worrying about the whereabouts and safety of Magnus who was last seen heading to Praxis just before the city was destroyed. Sanctuary season 4 episode 2 was directed by Amanda Tapping.
- S4Ep1: Tempus 10/7/2011 1
In the season premiere of the 4th season of Sanctuary, Magnus comes to the understanding that she and the rest of the team must step outside the normal procedures in order to create order, with thousands of Abnormals running free and causing a great deal of trouble for the world.
- S3Ep20: Into the Black 6/20/2011
The Sanctuary view video images of a large group of abnormals from Hollow Earth surface in South Dakota. Magnus convinces the UN's appointed Lotus Defense Corps to hand over the abnormals to be guarded by them in a secure facility. Will recognises Fallon, who attempted to overthrow Ranna in "Pax Romana", and is now seeking refuge on the surface. Magnus later receives a visit from Druitt, who reveals Worth is still alive and intends to use the stolen praxian power source to create a time machine so he can cure his daughter, but doing so will cause devastating consequences on the planet; his first failed attempt caused the time dilation bubble in Carentan. Magnus and Druitt arrive in Praxis to find the city destroyed and abandoned, with Ranna and Gregory Magnus possibly killed. Meanwhile, abnormal Thelo (Edge) plots an uprising. When Will finds Fallon dead, Thelo believes Will killed her and attacks him. After Will escapes, Thelo holds every human and Bigfoot in the camp hostage, to demand his people's release or he will kill the hostages. Later, Will and Henry learn that Worth made agreements with several tribe leaders from Hollow Earth; Thelo's ploy was a ruse to allow for three abnormal armies in Chile, Indonesia, and Russia, to invade the surface. Magnus finds Worth and fails to stop him from activating his time machine; she gives chase and follows him to London, 1898.
- S3Ep19: Out of the Blue
Magnus and Will find themselves living as suburban neighbors with no knowledge of the Sanctuary. Will is a cardiac surgeon married to Abby, while Magnus is an artist. As time progresses, the two experience unsettling dreams where they are experimented in water tanks, while at the same time seeing several blue infinity symbols. When the dreams get worse, Will and Magnus suspect nothing is real. They also realise that whenever they attempt to escape, something keeps them in the dream world. To combat this, the two decide to commit suicide in the dream by driving a car over a cliff. They awaken back in reality to find themselves in one of Virgil St. Pierre's labs, where he and Henry work on a cure after Will and Magnus were poisoned by a large worm-like abnormal from Hollow Earth in Mexico. After hearing that several Sanctuary bases are on high alert since the incident and the one in Carentan, the team decide to return home.
- S3Ep18: Carentan
Magnus' team and Declan travel to Carentan, Normandy to investigate a number of unexplained disappearancs in the area, one of the victims is Ravi. When they arrive however, the team find the area under guard from a clandestine military group. She and Will sneak past the perimeter and find themselves trapped in a time dilation bubble, and find Ravi, who has aged 40 years, and an entire community. Anybody who attempts to leave will die intantly. During the months in the bubble, Magnus finds that it is growing, and will cover the entire planet in three weeks from the outside world's perspective. Later, Will, Magnus and Ravi face a dilemma when they realize that if they do destabilise the bubble, anybody who was born inside will cease to exist, meaning only those three would survive. Reasoning that the six billion lives are a higher priority than those in Carentan, they manage to build a device that destabilises the bubble before the military group outside could destroy it. However, Ravi is killed in the process. While recovering, Magnus decides to investigate who or what caused the bubble in the first place.
- S3Ep17: Normandy 5/23/2011
- S3Ep16: Awakening 5/16/2011
Magnus and Tesla investigate a former Praxian stronghold in East Africa, only to find evidence that it was taken over by vampires at some point. Tesla is wounded by a weapon the vampires used as traps. Together the two find a tomb containing the queen, Afina (Aliyah O'Brien). Magnus uses some of the fluid in the tomb to heal and "re-vamp" Tesla, but doing so awakens Afina, who after learning the vampires are extinct, traps Tesla and plans on awakening her warriors. By then Tesla escapes and Magnus reasons for Afina to rule over Praxis in exchange for her freedom. Because the map to Hollow Earth is booby-trapped to those with vampire blood, it explodes as Magnus and Tesla escape. Meanwhile, Kate has a lead to stopping a gang from kidnapping abnormals after receiving an old email. After stopping the operation, Will learns from Kate that she used to work in the operation since she was seventeen. She approaches the leader, Caster, to warn him if he murders her, the Sanctuary will come after him.
- S3Ep15: Wingma 5/9/2011
Will and Henry go on a double date with Abby and Erika, but Magnus insist they deliver an abnormal larvae to the docks. However the larvae has grown into an adult and escapes into the sewer system. They manage to lure the creature out by releasing a signal that imitates the squeel of the species' mate. Henry and Erika later end their relationship when they realise Henry will not leave the Sanctuary, nor Erika leave England so they can be together. Will, Abby, Magnus and Henry later enjoy a food delivery from Alfredo's, the fancy restaurant Will and Abby wished to visit since their first dinner date in "One Night". The episode is considered a clip show.
- S3Ep14: Metamorphosis 5/2/2011
Will develops scales on his face, and is gradually mutating into a new reptilian creature. Magnus believes he was previously infected by a Cillobar from Hollow Earth. When Magnus makes contact with Praxis for help, she is told there is no cure and they should kill Will. Magnus continues to search for one anyway. Will soon fully transforms and is placed in confinement. Magnus appears to have reached a dead end, but later realised Ranna placed a secret message, leading to a fungus that when tested, can revert Will back to human. However, Will escapes the Sanctuary before they can start treating him. The team track him to a warehouse and tranquilise him. He is then brought back into the Sanctuary, where a few days later, Will awakens to see he has almost reverted back to his human self.
- S3Ep13: One Night 4/25/2011
Will and Abby Corrigan are kidnapped by a gang of assassins named the Vendetta Crew whilst they are out on a dinner date, and are forced to save the life of their leader Horatio Gibbs (Edward Foy), a human/abnormal hybrid who has been poisoned. While at first believing the "date" has gone well, the rest of the Sanctuary team suspect otherwise when they hear Corrigan purchasing red listed abnormals. They find the two but Magnus denies the team clearance to rescue them, because by stopping the Vendetta Crew the Sanctuary will not know the location of a missing ship that is housing abnormals. After Will saves Gibbs, he lures the Sanctuary team to the ship and is arrested.
- S3Ep12: Hangover 4/22/2010
- S3Ep11: Pax Romana 4/15/2010
Ranna has Magnus resurrected to know the whereabouts of Gregory and Worth, meaning they do not know where the former is. Magnus then realises Praxis is facing destruction from its geothermal energy, and the superabnormal Cainan (like Kali) is not responding. Magnus offers to help on the condition the rest of the team are also resurrected. After Magnus' condition is treated, they learn that Worth arrived undetected to steal a power source which he believes has unlimited capabilities. While Will works to stop him, the rest find Gregory, and together learn the superabnormal is also dying from a parasite. After Magnus and Ranna remove it, they return to stop Worth, who is believed to have been killed by Druitt, after he leaves the message "All debts paid in full", allegidely from Worth's blood. Magnus' team and Ranna part on good terms but on a 'Don't call us, we'll call you' basis.
- S3Ep10: The Hollow Men 12/17/2010
Magnus, Will, Henry and Kate arrive at the gateway. Because there is only one source blood shield, Druitt and Tesla remain behind. Once inside the mountain, a rock slide splits Henry and Kate from Will and Magnus. The latter couple soon find themselves under attack from a Basilisk until they are rescued by natives from the underground. After they are set on their way, all four members are captured. Fearing something is wrong, Tesla and Druitt allow Adam to find an area near the underground city safe enough for Druitt to teleport. However, after Druitt and Adam arrives, Adam lures him into a trap and is imprisoned. In the end, Magnus, Will, Kate and Henry arrive at the underground city, Praxis. The city leader Ranna (Polly Walker) orders the team's execution for trespassing.
- S3Ep9: Vigilante 12/10/2010
- S3Ep8: For King & Country 12/3/2010
When Adam is taken to the Sanctuary, a series of flashbacks reveal that he wanted to become a sixth member of the Five, but is repeatedly turned down. Years later, the Prime Minister blackmails the Five into stopping Adam, who is planning to release a toxin across London; in return the British government will fund the Sanctuary. After stopping the toxin, Magnus chases Adam down in a mine; Adam willingly jumps off the edge into a river, but is saved by Druitt who later leaves him to die. Later, Adam's body arrives at the underground city and revived. In the present, Magnus finds Druitt in Phnom Penh, Cambodia to question him regarding Adam. It is discovered that both Adam and Magnus are dying due to the events from the previous episode. Adam admits to Will that he sent the two Abnormals to attack him in "Firewall", and claims that the map to the hollow Earth will lead to the cure of Adam and Magnus' affliction. Magnus refuses him access to the map. However, Tesla consults the Sanctuary charter and reveals if the head is physically or mentally compromised, the second-in-command will take charge; since Magnus is dying, she is relieved and Will takes charge; it is up to Will to decide whether Adam should see the map.
- S3Ep7: Breach 11/26/2010
Helen, Will and Kate follow an anonymous call to an abandoned building to retrieve an Abnormal only to find it empty. After Will and Kate leave, Magnus finds herself is trapped inside and time on the outside world freezes. She is soon attacked by Adam Worth (Ian Tracey), a man with a Jekyll and Hyde-type personality disorder and whom she believed to have killed a hundred years ago. He created a time field that speeds up time inside the building, and because of this he can teleport, but could only do this by wearing protective clothing. After Magnus defeats him, Adam reveals he knows about the map, and claims she needs him to save her father. When time resumes, Magnus and Adam narrowly escape the building.
- S3Ep6: Animus 11/19/2010
Henry is eager to learn more about his past and kind after hearing of a Werewolf sighting in Oldham, England. He and Will go undercover inside a facility that is later revealed to secretly harbor Werewolves. Henry also realises the staff are also Werewolves, and had set up the facility to care for them, and distribute medication to keep them from transforming, but when a patient refuses treatment, they are forced a different medicine to make them kill after transformation. The leader of the facility forces the medicine on Henry when he discovers this, but through help of Will, and Erica, the leader's niece, Henry becomes docile again. In the end, Henry convinces everybody they can transform at their own will. Meanwhile Nikola and Helen work on the mystery of the city that her father sent her, and eventually leap a few levels to discover a hollow globular atlas of Earth.
- S3Ep5: Hero II: Broken Arrow 11/12/2010
While evacuating some Abnormals, a group of mercenaries attempt to steal the same insects that made up Walter's super suit. During the struggle, the insects attach themselves to Kate, giving her super powers. However, the insects alter her personality and runs away when her team arrive to help her. Magnus learns that Walter inadverdantly leaked the information on the insect suit to Virgil StPeter, the grandson of one of Magnus' friends who took control of his security company, Inverset after he died; Virgil claims to have in fact built the suit for the government. Magnus attempts to lure Kate and then the insects would take Walter host. However, the insects discover Walter is producing a film based on his experiences, and returns to Kate. Later, Walter overhears that Virgil actually tried to sell the suit to the Russian Mafia and is planning to destroy it, which would kill Kate as well. Walter blocks the shot, but is dying. By that time, Magnus convinces Kate to transfer the suit to Walter, saving his life; Walter then stops Virgil and his men.
- S3Ep4: Trail of Blood 11/5/2010
The team travel to the Colombian highlands to track down an SOS from Tesla, who has been kept in vein-vine material made by centipedes that have evolved from the source blood. After freeing him the team find a hidden Cabal research lab, which held the source blood before an explosion caused the blood to contiminate the centipedes and mutated them. It is also revealed Tesla was searching for it to recover the blood to become a Vampire again. Magnus destroys the lab and the centipedes, leaving Tesla empty handed. However it is implied that Nikola stole one of the centipide larvae. Meanwhile, Kate and Bigfoot investigate the death of Father Jenson, a priest who helped him find the Sanctuary in 1951. It is revealed the murderer was the police detective who was under the influence of some "mind-controlling" force. When they find him, he mysteriously dies from a cerebral aneurysm, leaving him to question who was responsible for the priest's death.
- S3Ep3: Bank Job 10/29/2010
The team enter a bank in order to retrieve an egg of a red-listed Abnormal housed inside a safe deposit box. However, Magnus finds it has already hatched and taken someone host. To prevent anybody from leaving, they are forced to stage a bank robbery. As Kate stalls the local police and finds a secret way out of the bank, Henry clears five of the seven hostages before Police surround his van, and is forced to flee. The two remaining hostages are a teller (Gary Jones), who is the host, and a bounty hunter who also intends to find the Abnormal. The team are able to trick him by letting the teller and the team alone in the vault, so Henry can break them free and save the teller's life. The bounty hunter, realising the trap, tries to escape, but is arrested while in possession of stolen cash, and hence takes the heat for the robbery.
- S3Ep2: Firewall 10/22/2010
Weeks since the events of the last episode, Will experiences recurring nightmares that strange beings are trying to get to his memories as well as flashes of what he experienced during his death. At first believing he is delusional, the rest of the team believe him when they see two strange abnormals Magnus has never seen before, who are capable of cloaking at will. The team are able to stun and capture them. When they awaken, in order to not divulge any information, they kill themselves through pyrokinesis. Regardless, Magnus using the device used by them to allow Will to see what happened during his death. There, he recalls that Gregory Magnus was there, and gave Will a cryptic clue, containing the numbers 26 and 34 with a symbol in between it. Magnus realises they are connected to gifts Gregory gave Magnus on her 26th and 34th birthdays. Together, the gifts create a realistic hologram of a city, though Magnus has no idea what she is to solve.
- S3Ep1: Kali (Part 3) 10/15/2010
The tsunami hits the coast of Mumbai, but Kate Freelander is able to help evacuate most of the area before the first wave hits. Big Bertha launches an electromagnetic pulse, incapacitating Wexford's ship. Magnus approaches Forsythe for help. It is revealed the Macri died and Forsythe is fatally ill. Will learns that in order to speak to Kali, he has to die. In the afterlife, Will talks with Kali and other beings to stop the waves. Kali prevents the second wave from reaching the coast. To save Big Bertha, Magnus takes out Wexford's tactical communications tower, though he still fires blind and injures Bertha before she could stop the final wave. Will appeals to the beings to save Kali and his world. They grant his request and cause a series of earthquakes on land to cancel out the effects of the final wave, though Magnus is confused as to who or what is responsible. Will is later brought back to life with no memory of what happened. Magnus boards Wexford's ship and forcefully relieves him of command, placing her back in position as head of the Sanctuary Network.
- S2Ep13: Kali (Part 2) 1/15/2010
Will is found and stabalized, and although he is no longer host to the Macri, he still has a psychic connection to Kali, who is later revealed to be a manifestation of Big Bertha. He leaves the Sanctuary and follows the streets of Mumbai to find and stop her from obeying Forsythe's commands. Meanwhile, Terrance Wexford (Paul McGillion) is putting pressure on Magnus' leadership for hiding the fact she allowed Big Bertha to live, as it is capable of manipulating tectonic plates. Forsythe takes to the Indian Ocean and wills Big Bertha into the convergence of three tectonic plates to start creating a new island. Magnus attempts to knock her out, but it fails. However, it does make Forsythe lose his concentration, allowing Will to reach out to Kali. He convinces her to stop of her own accord in exchange for being left alone. As she does however, Wexford decides to relieve Magnus of command and take over as head of the Sanctuary Network, before firing several missiles at Big Bertha with the intent to kill her. This only succeeds in angering her; feeling betrayed she turns against Will, and then sets out to launch a tsunami.
- S2Ep12: Kali (Part 1) 1/15/2010
Several docile abnormals around the world have been attacking the Human population, but unlike Lazarus which affected them in "Revelations", the abnormals are attacking out of fear. The investigation leads the team to the Mumbai Sanctuary run by Ravi (Shaker Paleja), where a man is found murdered, found to be over 200 years old, and was connected with the ancient Cult of Kali, whose followers can foretell disaster. Mumbai is revealed to be the epicentre of the behaviour change. The victim was a host to a Macri, a thought-to-be extinct species of spider which requires a human host to survive, and has snuck itself inside Will. He falls ill and later receives visions of Kali (Sahar Biniaz). A group of mercenaries led by Edward Forsythe (Callum Blue), who killed the former host, kidnap Will because they know the Macri has a connection to Big Bertha, who is revealed to still be alive. Forsythe forces the Macri out of Will so he would become the new host. After succeeding, the mercenaries leave Will to die.
- S2Ep11: Haunted 1/8/2010
Druitt rescues a group of Empaths from a sinking ship off the coast of South Africa. However, his murderous tendancies have returned and he murders an empath. Magnus kills, then revives Druitt, at which point the base goes into lockdown mode. Magnus and her team discover that the base is in fact under the control of an energy creature, which is revealed to be the cause for Druitt's insanity. The creature attempts to kill everyone so that it may spread, but Will is able to reach the main power switch and reboot the power, allowing Henry to free the others. With little time, Henry lowers the EM shield to allow Druitt to teleport to the creature to have him as a host again; inhabited by the creature, Druitt then teleports away with "no destination in mind."
- S2Ep10: Sleepers 12/18/2009
Will and Magnus' investigation into the mysterious disappearances of privalaged young adults leads them to a rehab clinic in Mexico that is run by Tesla. He reveals he cured them with a serum that is meant to turn them into vampires in 30 years, thereby restoring the extinct species. However one of the patients (Chad Rook) learned the hard way that death also triggers the conversion; he then kills his friends from rehab to convert them as well. The group kidnap Tesla but quickly realize his aims are not as consistent as theirs. The Sanctuary team finds Tesla's failsafe, a "de-vamper", and break into the vampires' hideout. Tesla then uses the device to convert them back to human, but during the struggle accidentally targets himself and is also de-vamped. Tesla is very distressed at this development and can find no way to regain his vampire status. However he discovers he has gained a new power; magnetism.
- S2Ep9: Penance 12/11/2009
A meeting between Magnus and former gang member and friend Jimmy (Michael Shanks), who tries to hand over a fire elemental from his abdominal pouch, is interrupted by an underground mob Jimmy stole the abnormal from. The leader is diacon (Alecs Paunovic), an easily angered type of abnormal, whose rage is suppressed by a device that affects his neurology. Kate drives Jimmy to safety, but Kate is wounded and Jimmy takes her into hiding. Kate learns that Jimmy's past is very similar to her own. However, a further conversation reveals that Jimmy was the one who murdered Kate's father twenty years before. Henry learns the gang have infiltrated their communication system, hampering their search efforts. Will is later captured. To secure his release, Magnus tricks the diacon into thinking that she has delivered Jimmy in return. When the boss discovers the illusion, he resumes the pursuit, only to find Jimmy turning himself in to the mobsters; he detonates C4 from his pouch once they have him, killing the mobsters and himself, absolving himself from the guilt of his past actions.
- S2Ep8: Next Tuesday 12/4/2009
Will and Magnus' helicopter crashes on a decommissioned oil platform in the Gulf of Mexico while they are transporting a rare vampire squid. Not only does the squid escape during the crash, it continues to attack them afterwards, which is unlike the abnormal's typical behaviour. It is later revealed the vampire squid is actually attacking a sea scorpion, the squid's natural enemy, which stowed away on the helicopter and caused the damage that led to the crash. Magnus decides to let the squid win; she and Will destroy the helicopter wreckage so the scorpion will fall into the water where it cannot defend itself against the squid. Once the scorpion is defeated, the squid becomes peaceful again, while the smoke from the explosion would become a rescue signal.
- S2Ep7: Veritas 11/20/2009
Magnus is charged with murdering Bigfoot, and London Sanctuary head Declan McRae (Robert Lawrenson) takes charge. Will's efforts in clearing Magnus only incriminates her further. A trio of telepaths known as the "Triad", headed by Emma (Erica Cerra), to understand her, but they fail to read her mind as Magnus has lost her mental stability. Will later discovers that Magnus may have kept alive "Big Bertha", apparently the most dangerous abnormal on Earth Magnus was thought to have killed. He also discovers that Emma believes she is alive and tries to find her, but Will and Kate are able to fool her into capturing a decoy, and they convince her Big Bertha really is dead. In the end it is revealed Bigfoot faked his death as his skin was thick enough to stop a bullet with a venom to feign the signs of death. Magnus reveals that she designed this deception to catch Emma, whom she suspected for several years, and rendered herself immune to the Triad by attaching an Ozone Beetle to her brain to mimic her instability.
- S2Ep6: Fragments 11/13/2009
One of the Sanctuary's research scientists, Rachel (Anne Marie Loder) is viciously attacked by Jack, a docile abnormal that was taught to communicate with sign language. Magnus learns Jack implanted Rachel with spores, meaning that it would be difficult to save her. Henry investigates the origin of Jack's uncharacteristic behavior, and eventually realizes that her husband Gerald (Colin Cunningham) poisoned his food in an attempt to kill Henry; Gerald blames him for his failing marriage, as Henry and Rachel developed feelings for each other. He tries to force Henry to turn into his werewolf form, but Henry regains control of himself. In the end, Jack is cured and Magnus saves Rachel, who Henry decides to let go.
- S2Ep5: Pavor Nocturnus 11/6/2009
Magnus awakens in the ruined Sanctuary and while venturing the city streets, is attacked by brutally savage humanoid creatures, but is saved by a survivalist group led by Will. After decontamination, she is interrogated by Will who claims she died three years before. She learns that a plague has turned all but a hundred thousand or so of the human population into the creatures. Eventually, Will and Magnus work together to learn the truth from Magnus' video files, but Will is infected and sacrifices himself to buy her time. Magnus realizes that during a mission in Honduras, she found a vial which contained a "cure" for her longevity, but by taking it she also inadvertently released the plague that previously destroyed the Maya civilization. Before she can die at the hands of the creatures, she is transported back in time to the moment she found the vial, which is guarded by an incorporeal abnormal; the creature had apparently transported her 10 years into an alternate future to show her the potential consequences of her actions. She leaves the vial where she found it and returns to the Sanctuary empty handed.
- S2Ep4: Hero 10/30/2009
The Sanctuary encounters a superhero called the "Adjuster" (Christopher Gauthier), who is thwarting their efforts to capture a host to a dangerous abnormal called a coleanthropus. The Sanctuary captures the Adjuster, and although he is human, his suit is made of abnormal insects, which grant him super powers via telepathy. However, the suit is gradually killing the wearer, claims adjuster Walter, and cannot be removed. The team also deals with the coleanthropus that is now loose in the city. Walter is able to defeat it, and his suit is finally removed after he wishes it off. Meanwhile, Kate deals with her brother's debt to Constantine (Timothy Paul Perez), a shady figure from Kate's past who traffics in abnormals. She learns that his gang used her brother to get to her, in order to gain access to the Sanctuary. Kate thwarts their plan and apparently earns the trust of Magnus, who invites her into a "more permanent" room. Months later, the team learn Walter is producing a successful comic book series based on his experiences, and has already sold the film rights.
- S2Ep3: Eulogy 10/23/2009
The Sanctuary is forced to house several abnormals until the other bases are rebuilt. Kate accidentally releases an offspring of a Steno, a species thought to be extinct; the creature grows quickly and escapes the Sanctuary premises to wreak havoc in the city. When the creature is found in the sewers, Kate discovers it has imprinted on her, and thinks she is its mother. Meanwhile, Druitt and Tesla take down several Cabal cells, and leader Dana Whitcomb (Lynda Boyd) is last seen on the run. Magnus believes Ashley is still alive, as the EM shield destabilized at the same time she teleported. When that theory pans out, she still believes Ashley's life sign may be in the EM shield buffer. After all her efforts prove fruitless, Magnus is forced to accept that Ashley is dead.
- S2Ep2: End of Nights (Part 2) 10/16/2009
Ashley and her cadre of teleporting hybrids use their powers to destroy several Sanctuary bases worldwide. Tesla and Henry Foss (Ryan Robbins) work on a weapon that can stun the hybrids. Their first trial proves unsuccessful and the hybrids destroy the London Sanctuary, as well as killing Will Zimmerman's (Robin Dunne) girlfriend Clara Griffin (Christine Chatelain). In response, Tesla upgrades the weapon to its lethal setting, allowing for an effective defense of the primary Sanctuary in Old City. During the battle, Bigfoot is finally persuaded by Magnus to take the cure for Lazarus and help his friends. Three of the hybrids are killed by the weapon and another dies when Henry reactivates the base's electromagnetic (EM) shield, causing the hybrid to vaporize when it teleports. Magnus is able to break through to Ashley, who recognizes her just in time to save her from the last hybrid's attack. Ashley then drags the hybrid with her and teleports into the EM field.
- S2Ep1: End of Nights (Part 1) 10/9/2009
Six weeks after Ashley Magnus (Emilie Ullerup) was turned by the Cabal, her mother Helen Magnus (Amanda Tapping) and father John Druitt (Christopher Heyerdahl) search for her. Ashley steals a hard drive on "Operation Montana", a secret past eugenics experiment, in Montreal. Meanwhile, Nikola Tesla (Jonathon Young) develops a cure against "Lazarus" but Bigfoot (Heyerdahl) refuses to take it. When the team search for the Montana subjects, they encounter Kate Freelander (Agam Darshi), a con artist with Cabal connections. Kate is able to escape, but knowing she was captured by the Sanctuary, the Cabal order a hit on her. Freelander flees to the Sanctuary and tells Magnus everything she knows about the Cabal, saying she visited one of their facilities in Alberta. When they arrive there they encounter Ashley, who has been converted to a vampire-hybrid using the source blood from Bhalasaam. They escape before she can kill them. The Cabal later copies Ashley's DNA to create five other hybrids using the Montana subjects, and declare war on the Sanctuary Network.
- S1Ep13: Revelations (Part 2) 1/5/2009
Using Watson's intellect, the four members of the Five find an entrance to an underground complex. There they find Tesla, who survived their last encounter because his vampiric powers have made him immortal. They must all work together to retrieve the vial, as the complex houses a number of challenges designed to test the powers of each member of the Five. They succeed in retrieving the keys and recover the blood sample. Watson's exoskeleton fails and he dies, but not before telling Will that there is a missing piece that he must find. Meanwhile, Ashley learns from Cabal leader Dana Witcomb (Lynda Boyd) that they intend to release the virus worldwide; they also intend to turn Henry into a werewolf permanently. However, he and Ashley escape and retrieve the files describing Lazarus. Once the team is regrouped at the Sanctuary, Will realizes too late that Ashley is the missing piece; she has turned against the team and steals the vial using her new teleportation ability. The betrayed team finds that the retrieved files are also fake. In the end, Ashley arrives on Easter Island to deliver the blood to Whitcomb, who welcomes her into the Cabal.
- S1Ep12: Revelations (Part 1) 12/29/2008
The Cabal launch Lazarus, a biological weapon designed to make Abnormals attack humans, at the Yukon/Alaska border. Druitt makes an unwelcome return to the Sanctuary as he, too, sees the significance of the situation. The Five member and the leader of the UK Sanctuary, Sir James Watson (Peter Wingfield), arrive to confirm Druitt's story. Watson's gift is great intelligence and reasoning ability; he does not have the longevity of the others, but has created an exoskeleton to keep him young. Later, Bigfoot gets infected and has to be kept in confinement. The only way to create a vaccine to stop the Cabal is to retrieve the source blood (a vial of pure Vampire blood) stored against dire emergencies in the lost city of Bhalasaam in the Indian Himalayas. In order to regroup the Five to get the vial, they contact Clara Griffin (Christine Chatelain), granddaughter of the late Nigel Griffin; she has inherited his invisibility skills. However, when the
- S1Ep11: Instinct 12/19/2008
From the point-of-view of a camera, weathergirl Amy Saunders (Rekha Sharma) and cameraman Zach Pencer (Matty Finocio) try to get their first exclusive news story in a restricted warehouse, where three people were brutally killed by a strange creature brought back from an island between Japan and Korea. They encounter the Sanctuary team, who are tracking down the creature. During the documentation, they uncover a nest in a crate, and decide to lure the creature there and capture it. However, after they succeed, they discover a second creature. They kill it, but Zach dies in the process. Saunders makes a promise not to release the video, but ends up breaking it, threatening Magnus' anonymity and the security of the Sanctuary operation. When she plays the video however, Saunders finds that Magnus swapped it for a personal message, telling Saunders she will not make a breaking story from those events.
- S1Ep10: Warriors 12/12/2008
Magnus and Ashley assist Will in investigating the disappearance of his old friend Danny (Byron Lawson). In the process, they find a man who appears to be Magnus' long-lost father Gregory Magnus (Jim Byrnes). At first having no recollection of her, he eventually regains his memories after Magnus removes a parasite from him. He informs her that the Cabal are behind Danny's disappearance among others; they have used the parasites to transform humans into aggressive abnormals, which the Cabal intend to use as an army. Will is captured by Cabal agents and finds that Danny has turned into one. After he too undergoes a transformation, the two are sent to a warehouse, where they are pitched in Fight Club-style combat. Magnus, Ashley, and Henry find the warehouse and stop the operation, and by the end of the episode Will and Danny have reverted back to their normal human selves.
- S1Ep9: Requiem 12/5/2008
Magnus and Will journey to the Bermuda Triangle to answer a distress call they learn about from Sally, a mermaid living in the Sanctuary. Sally has received images from her kin of their plight; however, Magnus and Will are too late to save them, as they find the entire race has been wiped out by an aggressive parasite. When Magnus examines a corpse, she too gets infected, and the parasite threatens to take over her thought processes. To prevent this, she dives the submarine deeper and deeper in the hopes that the parasite will not withstand the pressure. When this does not work, the parasite overwhelms her, and tries to push her into killing Will and presumably herself. Will is able to trap Magnus in a room, which he seals so that he can drain all the oxygen from it. After Magnus dies, Will captures the escaping parasite and revives her.
- S1Ep8: Edward 11/21/2008
Detective Joe Kavanaugh (Kavan Smith) asks Will to investigate an apparent suicide. The victim's son Edward (Michael Eisner) can draw pictures very quickly and accurately. Through his drawings, the team learn that the father was fighting with his brother, Robbie; the two struggled over a shotgun until it overheated with their abnormal powers, causing the shells to go off. Against Helen's wishes, Will takes the evidence to the police, only to find it taken by certain men who find Edward's family very important. Meanwhile, Ashley contends with the fact that Druitt is her father. Henry considers surgery to rid himself of his werewolf side, but eventually chooses not to after using his newfound tracking ability to find Robbie. He realizes the uses his powers could have and learns to control them
- S1Ep7: The Five 11/14/2008
While teaching a lecture in Rome, Magnus meets an old acquaintance, Nikola Tesla (Jonathon Young), to warn her the Cabal are after her, seeking revenge for the events of "Fata Morgana". Druitt returns to capture Ashley, claiming that his murderous anger was suppressed when Tesla revived him. He tells her Tesla is dangerous and they must stop him. Druitt also reveals that he, Magnus, and Tesla were part of "the Five", a secret group during the Victorian era; each member injected themselves with pure vampire blood, giving them special abilities (Druitt's teleportation, Magnus' longevity, and Tesla being half-vampire). Tesla kills the Cabal mercenaries but regenerates them as his minions with his own blood. Druitt intervenes, kills Tesla before he can kill her, and teleports Magnus away from the mercenaries. Meanwhile, Will and Bigfoot (Heyerdahl) investigate mysterious attacks in the Sanctuary. The culprit is revealed to be a snake-like creature, and is stopped by Henry Foss (Ryan Robbins), who is revealed to be a werewolf.
- S1Ep6: Nubbins 11/7/2008
Ashley brings home two adorable and seemingly harmless abnormals, which she calls "Nubbins", following an expedition. However they reproduce quickly and overrun the Sanctuary. One of the Nubbins' defensive mechanisms is to release a substance like a pheromone that makes the "enemy" giddy and amorous, which further hinders the capture efforts. In an attempt to control the Nubbin population, the team unleashes the Nubbins' natural predator, one of which was also captured during Ashley's expedition, but the Nubbins turn the tables and eat the creature alive. Eventually, the Sanctuary team are able to lure the Nubbins to one location with a certain sound frequency, and manage to place them into captivity again. The team lowers the temperature of the Nubbin enclosure, which is another method of population control
- S1Ep5: Kush 10/24/2008
Will and Magnus' plane crash lands on the Hindu Kush while returning with a captured abnormal. With a rescue team on the way, the escaped creature kills the other survivors one by one. The abnormal kills by manipulating its victim's dreams, and can also take any form it wishes. Eventually, only Will, Magnus, and Dr. Allison Grant (Sarah Strange) remain. It is later revealed that the creature killed Grant and took her form; it tricks Will into going outside so it can take his form and kill Magnus. However, she exposes the imposter (the creature does not know Magnus hates coffee, a fact of which Will would be aware) and kills it.
- S1Ep4: Folding Man 10/17/2008
While investigating a series of mysterious robberies where the suspects disappear, the Sanctuary team encounters a group of abnormals with the ability to "fold" their bodies, allowing them to squeeze through impossibly small spaces. It is determined that a gang of folding men are stealing gold to be used as a recreational drug to ease the pain from folding. They also discover a plot for the gang to take control of the crime world. A man they captured, Malcolm Dawkins (Peter Outerbridge), claims to want to help stop the others. However, it is later revealed he is their leader, and he lures Will into a trap. However, Will convinces the rest of the gang to turn against him, and they are freed.
- S1Ep3: Fata Morgana 10/10/2008
The team uncover three women, Caird (Laura Mennell), Danu (Miranda Frigon), and Tatha (Leah Cairns), who had been buried in an ancient crypt in Scotland for 1,200 years. After they are collected, the women eventually recall causing a mass devastation in a village. Magnus believes they are the Morr
- S1Ep2: Sanctuary for All (Part 2) 10/3/2008
- S1Ep1: Sanctuary for All (Part 1) 10/3/2008
An old man and two police officers are murdered by a strange appendage attached to an Eastern European boy named Alexi (Cainan Wiebe), who disappears before a police investigation. Forensic psychiatrist Will Zimmerman (Robin Dunne) is in the investigation, but in the process, he encounters Helen Magnus (Amanda Tapping), a 157 year-old scientist who believes Will can become her new prot