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I loved Season 1, but frankly I’d forgotten a lot of the details by the time S2 came around. I watched the first episode, but just wasn’t feeling it. Now that I found this sub, I can ask: is the quality maintained in S2? Is there a coherent narrative direction? I don’t have a lot of time available - should I review Season one and dive into this? Thanks a lot for any responses!

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I understand that Marcy has learned healthcare from the future and is well educated, but how did she just get a job in the hospital, in the 21st she was a mentally ill person before traveling, doesn’t she need at least minimum educational requirements for her job at the hospital?

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The text that appears every time we see a traveler impregnate a host is "recorded time of death". But then, shouldn't the transfer occur at least several seconds if not minutes BEFORE the recorded time of death? If the camwhores were historically supposed to die at 0 seconds, then shouldn't the travelers possess them a couple of minutes earlier, to give them time to run away before the building explodes?

Or, better yet, there's the case of Carly whose 30 second countdown starts when she gets struck by her abusive bf. Assuming that, in the new timeline, the bf didn't finish the job because got distracted by her screaming, what exactly was supposed to happen in the original timeline? Was she going to die of the head injury? If so, then why didn't the traveler die of it as well, mind-transfer doesn't magically heal the person's body injuries. Or, did he somehow manage to kill her within 30 seconds of the first blow? That's awfully quick even for intentional murder, let alone abusive drunk gone out of control.

tl;dr "recorded time of death" is actually a countdown to the exact moment when the traveler overrides the host's mind. It's a countdown to the host's death by override, not their historical death, which must occur at some point later. Which makes the text completely misleading and wrong.

Also, how does the Director know the exact time and coordinates of all these deaths? Are autopsies really so detailed and thorough? Most of the hosts are completely ordinary people, why would the pathologists record time and coordinates of death so precisely for all of them? And how did these records survive the multiple apocalypses that left Earth uninhabitable, centuries into the future?

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If they’re only traveling consciously through the mind, how do they have tech from the future like coms and the anti matter component in the first episode?

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Just finished both seasons and loved it, god i can not wait for season 3 ! I just dunno what to expect

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Hi! Just watched all 2 seasons in 2 days. I was wondering if the per-episode budget is known (I don't mind if this is an average or a breakdown of episodes)

I tried Googling for this information, but couldn't find it

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[No Spoilers] Am i the only one who does not like carly? I am up to the last epsiode of Season one and i find her very unlikeable. I know her husband is a dick but for some reason i still find her annoying, and she was rude to Marcy before Marcy had her memories rebooted and other things. I am looking for hate.

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I just started this show and i cam safely say Trevor is my favorite character!. I am 4 episodes in and his so funny, do we ever find out his actual age ?

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Maybe I missed something, but how is it possible for travelers with low numbers like 0027 to get freshly transferred into host bodies? Did they travel to the 21st before, but somehow transferred back to the future? It's not like you can be transferred from the future again when you die in the 21st.

I hope you understand the question, haha. I just finished s02e08 btw. So if this is something that's revealed in a future episode, let me know!

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[NO Spoilers] So i just started and i am upto the Second Episode. I Was wondering if we get to see what there future looks like, the say civilisation has collapsed and its really bad, but do we get a flash forward and see?

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It is said Phil gets out of jail on a technicality. He asks Ray if he has attorney client privilege and then says he knows something that can help the both of them.

Was it just the winning horses?

Also what was the technicality?

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I'm on S1E9 currently and was wondering if the next season goes into the people of the future, everyone's history in their own time, and if we get too see the future at all?

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Mine's Marcy, because her personality, also something that's a spoiler.

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A subreddit for discussing the Showcase/Netflix science fiction TV show Travelers. In Travelers, hundreds of years from now, the last surviving humans discover the means of sending consciousness back through time, directly into people in the 21st century. These "travelers" assume the lives of seemingly random people, while secretly working as teams to perform missions in order to save humanity from a terrible future.

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