Dark matter
This undated image from the Hubble Space Telescope shows a ghostly ring of dark matter in a galaxy cluster designated Cl 0024+17. Syfy airs a TV series titled "Dark Matter" which stars Mishka Thébaud as Adrian Maro, Melissa O'Neil as Two/Rebecca/Portia Lin and Zoie Palmer as The Android. Reuters/NASA, ESA, M.J. Jee and H. Ford/Johns Hopkins University/Handout

The "Dark Matter" TV series, starring Mishka Thebaud as Adrian Maro, Melissa O'Neil as Two/Rebecca/Portia Lin, Marc Bendavid as One/Jace Corso/Derrick Moss, Alex Mallari Jr. as Four/Ryo Tetsuda/Ryo Ishida, Anthony Lemke as Three/Marcus Boone/Titch, Roger Cross as Six/Griffin Jones/Lt. Kal Varrick, Jodelle Ferland as Five/Das/Emily Kolburn and Zoie Palmer as The Android, will have a new episode titled "Give It Up, Princess," which airs on June 30 on Syfy. It will show Adrian’s friend being captured by one of Tabor Calchek ’s (David Hewlett) rivals. Read on to learn more.

Spoiler alert: This article contains more ‘Dark Matter’ spoilers. Read on only if you want to know more about what happens in ‘Give It Up, Princess.’

According to a press release for Syfy, "Dark Matter" season 3, episode 5 will show Adrian’s friend held captive by one of Tabor’s rivals. In exchange for the prisoner’s release, a specific data file must be given.

Meanwhile, the crew will find out that the said file has important information about a secret Ferrous battle fleet construction. They will agree to help Adrian get his friend back. Unfortunately, Adrian doesn’t exactly know where Tabor hid the data file. The official website of the show indicates that the important file could help stop intergalactic war.

The Internet Movie Database (IMDb) says that Michael Bisping will appear in the “Give It Up, Princess” episode. He will be joined by other “Dark Matter” TV series cast members, including Shaun Sipos as Devon Taltherd , Melanie Liburd as Nyx Harper and Ayisha Issa as Solara. It was directed by JB Sugar.

‘Dark Matter’ recap

The episode before "Give It Up, Princess," was "All the Time in the World," which aired on June 23. It was written by Joseph Mallozzi and directed by Ron Murphy. It showed a time loop that featured Three living the same day over and over. He tried to warn the rest of the crew about it, and it took some time to convince them. When they finally believed him, they used his knowledge to predict the day’s events and prevent an attack on the Raza. They also discovered the device that created the time loop and Android destroyed it. The time loop was broken, but Android also experienced brief visions of a future that appeared tragic.

"Dark Matter" episodes air on Syfy Australia. It also airs in the US on Syfy every Fridays at 9/8c . The episodes after "Give It Up, Princess" are "One More Card To Play" (air date: July 7), "Wish I Could Believe You" (air date: July 14), "Hot Chocolate" (air date: July 21), "Isn't That A Paradox?" (air date: July 28), "Built, Not Born" (air date: Aug. 4), "The Dwarf Star Conspiracy" (air date: Aug. 11), "My Final Gift To You" (air date: Aug. 18) and "Nowhere To Go" (air date: Aug. 25).

Watch the sneak peek of the latest episode of "Dark Matter" from the show's official YouTube channel: