It’s the end of the road, Continuum fans. Will Kiera Cameron get back to 2077 and be reunited with her family? Will Kellog turn out to be the most powerful man on the planet? Will Emily and Alec be together forever? And what will those Future Soldiers do when they run into Kiera and Brad?
There are just six episodes in Season 4 for all of those storylines—and more—to be wrapped up. The adventure begins next Friday, Sept. 4 at 9 p.m. ET/PT, on Showcase with “Lost Hours.” Here’s what Showcase sent out as an episode synopsis:
“Newly arrived time travellers threaten to destroy Kiera and her alliance with Brad. But can her reignited desire to return to her own time and son be reconciled with the threat they now pose?”
Yeah, just a little vague. In the meantime, here are some episodic images to tide you over until Friday. Enjoy!
Kellog and Kiera
The Future Soldiers
Played by (l-r) Lisa Berry, Ty Olsson, Aleks Paunovic, Kyra Zagorsky, Michael Eklund and Garfield Wilson
This time around, the trio discussed the final week of bidding in the TV, eh? auction to benefit Kids Help Phone and the sudden departure of Phil King, Bell Media’s president of sports and entertainment programming.
Continuum’s last hurrah
“We had a big plan that we knew we could do seven seasons in terms of story points, but at the end of the day, those plans are kind of like a road trip,” says Barry during a set visit in mid-May.
“So we were always prepared to do the short trip or the long trip, depending on what opportunities we were given. Regardless of how many seasons we got, the ending was always going to be the same.” Continue reading.
Showcase, the #1 Canadian Specialty Entertainment Network of the summer* is launching its critically acclaimed lineup of Fall shows with a massive pre-linear, multi-platform sampling opportunity for the premiere episodes of three highly anticipated series. The premiere episode of Mr. Robot is available now, exclusively on ETCanada.com and Showcase.ca, before being made available on over a dozen platforms alongside the premiere episodes for the final seasons of two fan-favourite Canadian original series, Continuum and Lost Girl, beginning August 21.
Mr. Robot’s premiere episode is available now on ETCanada.com and Showcase.ca. On August 21, the premiere episodes for the final seasons of Showcase’s award-winning original series, Continuum and Lost Girl, join Mr. Robot on 13 media platforms. These platforms include Shaw Media digital properties: Action-tv.ca,ETCanada.com, MyLifetimeTV.ca, Slice.ca, Showcase.ca, GlobalTV.com, and the Global Go App; on iTunes, YouTube, set-top box with most major television providers through Global On Demand and Showcase On Demand, the accompanying online portal for Showcase On Demand, and with Canadian streaming service,shomi (available August 25).
Videos expire on all platforms on Thursday, September 3 at 11:59pm ET. Prior to the broadcast premieres of new episodes, viewers can also catch up on Showcase’s hit originals Continuum (Season 1-3) and Lost Girl(Season 1-4) exclusively on shomi. Watch the first half of Lost Girl’s fifth and final season only on Showcase.ca.
Fall 2015 Premieres
– Mr. Robot Season 1 (10×60) premieres Friday, September 4 at 10pm ET/PT
– Continuum Season 4 (6×60) premieres Friday, September 4 at 9pm ET/PT
– Lost Girl Season 5B (8×60) special premiere times on Sunday, September 6 at 9pm ET/9:30pm PT. September 13 onwards, Lost Girl airs Sundays at 9pmET/PT
Mr. Robot is a techno thriller that follows Elliot (Rami Malek, The Pacific), a young programmer, who works as a cyber-security engineer by day and as a vigilante hacker by night. Elliot finds himself at a crossroad when the mysterious leader of an underground hacker group (Christian Slater, The Adderall Diaries) recruits him to destroy the firm he is paid to protect. Compelled by his personal beliefs, Elliot struggles to resist the chance to take down the multinational CEOs he believes are running (and ruining) the world. This contemporary and culturally resonant drama also stars Portia Doubleday, Carly Chaikin and Martin Wallström. Showcase presents the Canadian series premiere of Mr. Robot on Friday, September 4 at 10pm ET/PT.
In the fourth and final season of the hit Canadian original series Continuum, Kiera Cameron (Rachel Nichols) and the mysterious time traveler, Brad Tonkin (Ryan Robbins) must battle the Future Soldiers who arrived in a flash of light in the last moments of season three. Meanwhile, Kiera’s alliance with the remaining members of Liber8 challenges her relationship with both Carlos (Victor Webster) and Alec (Erik Knudsen). Kiera must also face off against Kellog (Stephen Lobo), who is using every option available to him to become the ruler of a dark future built in his image. Ultimately Kiera is put to the test when the dream of potentially reuniting with her family is reignited. Showcase presents the broadcast premiere of Continuum’s final season on Friday, September 4 at 9pm ET/PT.
Lost Girl ramps up for its final #FAEwell with the last eight episodes from one of Canadian television’s most popular original supernatural dramas. Over five seasons, Lost Girl has told the story of supernatural seductress, Bo (Anna Silk), a tough yet loveable Succubus who feeds off sexual energy. Since realizing she is part of the Fae, creatures of legend and folklore living among humans, Bo has forged her own path between the human and Fae worlds, while embarking on a mission to unlock the secrets of her origin. In the blow-out final episodes, Bo is desperate to stop the Ancients who are hell bent on wiping out all of Human and Faekind. Bo’s thrilling final journey brings her face-to-face with her greatest foe yet. Showcase presents the broadcast premiere of Lost Girl’sfinal eight episodes on Sunday, September 6 at 9pm ET/9:30pm PT.
Showcase is celebrating its Fall slate of critically acclaimed dramas and thrillers at this year’s 2015 Fan Expo Canada, running September 3-6, 2015 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.
Showcase 2015 Fan Expo Canada Screening Schedule
Thursday, September 3: Continuum, Season 4, Episode 2
Friday, September 4: Mr. Robot, Season 1, Episode 2
Saturday, September 5: Lost Girl, Season 5B, Episode 2
It was the news Remedy fans had been dreading. After two seasons, Global announced it was pulling the plug on its medical drama.
And while the show’s fans, cast and crew took to Twitter to vent frustrations and/or say goodbye, showrunner Greg Spottiswood had a different message on Monday morning. He took to social media to champion Canadian TV shows and urge people to tune in and talk them up with friends.
Will you watch more Canadian TV because of Greg’s message? Comment below or via our Twitter account @tv_eh.