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In the television show Dark Net, it takes you on a journey to show you the depths of the unknown side of the internet in a documentary type setting. It is filled with interviews, investigations, and more that will make you gasp from the drastic things that happen on the internet.

In some episodes, it goes over hacking and elaborate drug trades based on the internet, while in others you learn about things like webcam sex and adult pornography. You will be shocked to find out how deep illegal internet activity goes with so little of it being made visible to the public.

The show is both informational and entertaining. The excitement of interviews with criminals and investigation into the web are mixed into the show to keep you entertained while you learn how the deep web functions, and some of the history of it. There is definitely no boring moment in this show.

Dark Net is a Documentary & Biography series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (16 episodes). The series first aired on January 21, 2016. It has moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 7.1.

Dark Net is available for streaming on the SHOWTIME website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Dark Net on demand at Showtime, Apple TV+, Amazon Prime, Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, FuboTV, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play, iTunes, Showtime Anytime online.

Thursday 11:00 PM et/pt on SHOWTIME
2 Seasons, 16 Episodes
January 21, 2016
Documentary & Biography
Cast: Lauren Terp, Kristie, Drew, Anisha Vora
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Dark Net Full Episode Guide

  • Communities are the bedrock of society - physical spaces where residents share a collective purpose and common goals. But the internet has given rise to a new kind of community where lies and hate can flourish. In this episode meet a would-be utopia in Spain where civic life is managed on Twitter; a teacher who becomes the target of a digital lynch mob; and the father of a school shooting victim who must prove to the internet that his son existed.

  • The digital era offers us new technologies to protect ourselves, but are these devices defending our homes or making them more vulnerable? In this episode meet a woman whose home is invaded by a Ratter, a digital stalker who gains entry through her laptop; enter a neighborhood where residents are battling over proposed camera surveillance to monitor everyone's coming and goings; and a sex offender who received the ultimate punishment for invading his victims' privacy - life under constant surveillance.

  • Our face is our most distinguishable feature. But to machines, our face is data and it's being transformed into a faceprint in somebody else's database. In this episode, meet a man whose life was ruined after facial recognition technology tied him to a crime he didn't commit; a father who's wired his home with face recognition technology to keep his autistic daughter safe; plus, exclusive access to the FBI Biometric Technology Center, where over half of American's biometrics have been uploaded into a database.

  • Alt-Right rebellion; brainwashed teen's parents; former Al-Qaeda recruiter.

  • Our lives revolve around money. Watch, as we enter the world of digital money: from the recesses of the dark net marketplace to workers in China excavating a new form of money; to 'bitcoin miners' struggling to cope with a potentially volatile algorithm; to a young cam worker whose sexual fetishes link them all together.

  • Online, any of us can become judge, jury and executioner. But how do we draw the line between the rule of law, and a digital lynch mob? In this episode, an amateur sleuth seeks justice in the case of a young woman's mysterious death - only to make a shocking discovery. Elsewhere, a digital activist takes a stand for social justice then finds himself forced to choose between prison and exile.

  • In this episode, meet Harmony, the world's first artificially intelligent sex robot; a woman who spends her days and nights uploading her mind to the algorithm; and a family whose lives were torn apart by over a decade of war - only to be saved by virtual reality.

  • The web gives voice to the voiceless, but also provides new means of coercion.

  • Where's the line between our online personas and who we actually are?

  • Porn addiction; autistic technologists; cognition-enhancing supplements.

  • Online cults; Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity; a quadriplegic's robotics.

  • Content moderators; the prison of the unplugged; blackhat hacker.

  • Investigating child pornography. Included: the victims who are forced to perform sex acts; people who are using technology to protect kids and catch perpetrators.

  • Mom's RFID chip; swapping an eye for a camera; "world most connected man."

  • On the Series Premiere: Meet a cyber BDSM couple who use tracking technology to fulfill their master slave relationship, an eligible bachelor in Japan who has fallen in love with a virtual girlfriend, and a revenge porn victim whose life was upended when her private naked photos were published online.