The Canadian time-travel cop show Continuum is getting the Warehouse 13 treatment — it's getting renewed for one final season, but only six episodes. Will that give the show enough time to unravel its complicated alternate timelines and themes of corporations versus terrorists?
In the past year, Continuum has become a must-watch television show. This time-traveling cop show has been blowing our minds with twisty storytelling and a complex mythology. We were excited to ask creator Simon Barry what's coming next on the show, and here's what he told us.
We got a few more pieces of the Continuum puzzle in last night's episode. And we were left wondering: is everything that goes wrong in this show basically Alec's fault, one way or the other? Spoilers ahead...
In Continuum, at this point, almost everybody seems to accept that traveling back in time from 2077 to 2012 will allow them to change the past, creating a new and different version of 2077. So at this point, everybody's just trying to put his or her own stamp on the future. Except there's one major problem.
The time-travel cop show Continuum comes back to Canadian television on Sunday (and on June 7 on Syfy), for more paradoxically exciting action. And the show's producer, Simon Barry, sent us these exclusive (and gorgeous) VFX shots from season two.
With tonight's episode, Continuum reaches the half-way point of its first season. Lucky Canadian viewers have gotten a cool dose of time travel, action, cyberpunk and zaniness, and hopefully we'll get to see it in the States at some point.
We're still massively enjoying Continuum, the Canadian time-travel cop show. Episode three, "Wasting Time," which aired Sunday on Canada's Showcase network, was a an awesome blast of action and betrayal. The show is continuing to make great use of its setup, in which the future cop Kiera is always bouncing off her two…
After a couple episodes, Continuum remains our favorite new science fiction show on television. In a year when everybody else is doing fairies, witches and werewolves, the Canadians are giving us some good solid cyborgs and time travel.
What's going on in this set photo from Continuum, the Canadian show about a time-traveling cyborg hunting terrorists from the future? The show's creator Simon Barry sent it to us, with the note: "INT. SADTECH FACILITY."