I've been binging the series because I never got around to the last 2 seasons when it came on originally. I don't know if I missed a name somewhere or what, but I'm wondering what the name is of the suit-wearing bearded character from CPS who captures Travis in the story that frames the episode. I'd swear he looks familiar and I want to find his real name, but I can't figure out who he is. (He's also briefly featured in "Waning Minutes". Possibly other episodes as well.) Any help anybody can provide would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
I just finished watching the entirety of Continuum and that ending killed me. Keira never got to hold Sam again, see her husband again. Her future is gone permanently. I think going back to that was worse than never going back at all. I saw an article about how Keira was the worst protagonist with no redeeming qualities, but I loved Keira to the end. She deserved to go back to her family and finally be happy. I feel like Alec kind of led her on at the end when he took her to him. He should’ve said something sooner. God that was heartbreaking. She’s so alone in the universe
For context, i watched travellers and thought it was great. Decided to watch this seeing how much i love travellers.
I don't think the show is a 8/10
The acting are sub par and alot of the script are either cringy or uninteresting and i do not care about alot of the characters other than the main few.
That said, I'm only on the first season and i really hope it gets better.
Just a note, I know nothing about film or show making, I'm sure there's many good things the show did right. After all, it has been going on for 5 seasons and people love it. So take this post as a grain of salt.
Characters are including from movies, TV shows, and Video Games.
It includes humans with capable of using technologies or suits, humans with cybernetic enhancements, and cyborgs
Which any of them you like to see Kiera interacting and teaming with?
Just a few episodes into season 3 and my biggest question now is, how did Alec's backward journey immediately cause Kiera to be killed? (Among other things) He hadn't even done anything yet.... unless I missed something? Also I'm totally mind blown by the idea of a double. I'd never considered the idea - why wouldn't the one person just still be the one person? Crazy!
So I'm late to the party, I know. But after watching Travelers (and waiting to hear abt season 3) many from that sub recommended Continuum. About half way into season 1, I kind of started second guessing who I thought the bad guys were. I mean, it doesn't sound like Kiera's future is one we want, and so the fact that she wants to keep everything the same doesn't seem quite right. The Liber8 crew are way too violent, but it seems like their cause is more legit? Did anyone else feel that way? I've tried to avoid posts that might have specific spoilers, but I'm OK with general spoilers - will things become more black and white as I keep watching? Or just a deeper shade of grey? ;)
How come Kiera which she is from 2077 and the Soldiers are from 2039 stronger than her. It makes no sense, she should be destroying them it doesn't makes sense at all. Even tho they have suits, in 2077 Kiera uses those suits against Liber8. So basically if the people from 2039 go against people from 2077 they'll win? I'm in season 4, Rush Hour
I love it. I’ve been binging since Monday (it’s now Friday) but the character development and just the twists and turns irritate the living shit out of me. Alec was my favourite character and now I want to punch him in his face everytime he comes on.
I’m about to start season 4. Let’s hope it gets a little better. Judging on the season finale of 3, I’m guessing it won’t.
I love sci fi. I figured I would like this one. But, it just seems too cheesey for me. The whole intro makes me cringe. Doesn't seem very realistic at all.
Does the show change and get better? I see it gets high marks on rottentomatoes.
I tried to watch the show twice now(first time finished 1 episode then quit... this time I'm done 3, and feel like quitting). Whenever I feel like I'm getting into it, I hear some stupid cringe dialogue and it just makes me want to turn it off.
Overall I really enjoyed the show, I think the background and story + characters were well executed.. I enjoy sci-fi / time travel shows, and I was really happy to hear that this show had 4 seasons as opposed to most shows like this that only last 1 season (see: Terranova .. a great show, but only 1 season).
I was upset to see that Season 4 only had 6 episodes, which didn't give the writers much time to fully flesh out everything so that's a bummer, because I had so many questions.
What was in Jason's note to Alec?
What happened to Garza? (loved that character)
What is the new future like? Obviously no CPS.. but curious what else has changed.
Did future Alec have kids?
Would have loved to learn more about the traveler and the Curtis organization a little bit more.
More information about Kellog's future self coming back would have been interesting.
I thought Kellog was a great character, plenty of laugh out loud moments.. although I was expecting to see him looking up at a dinosaur at the end.
I know the creator of the series talked about continuing the show in other mediums possibly in the future which would be awesome, but I'm pretty sure it won't happen :(
Can anybody recommend shows that are similar?
When the kid crossed to another timeline, their original one collapsed right? Did I miss the reasoning for that? Why did it become unstable?
CPS Protector Kiera Cameron (portrayed by Rachel Nichols) is transported from the year 2077 to 2012 when a group of terrorists from her time escapes execution by fleeing to present day. In order to track them down and stop them from endangering the past, Kiera joins the local police force and uses the skills of a young tech genius called Adam Sadler who is destined to be one of the most powerful men in the world in Kiera's time.