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Links: Travelers

From Jeanne Jakle of My San Antonio:

Travelers a refreshingly hopeful futuristic series
What the world needs now is love, but also hope, and that’s what new time-travel drama “Travelers” presents: a way to save mankind from a terrible future. Continue reading.

From Robert Rorke of The New York Post:

Eric McCormack changes things up for Netflix sci-fi thriller
“There’s a moodiness to the show. The narrative is gradual. The old network model was that every episode had to stand alone in case a person hasn’t seen the show. We are no longer babysitting people. It’s like, ‘Here’s the show: go!'” Continue reading.

From Curt Wagner of TV Show Patrol:

Travelers: Eric McCormack, Brad Wright look to present
“It struck me that for the last 10 or 15 years, we’ve been putting a version of ourselves out there, all of us, in social media that may or may not represent who we really are. It’s who we project. That kind of evolved and evolved and evolved, and became one of the assembly blocks for Travelers, starting with the Marcy character.” Continue reading.

 

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Link: Patrick Gilmore talks ordinary humans dealing with the extraordinary in ‘Travelers’

From Bryan Cairns of The Gate:

Link: Patrick Gilmore talks ordinary humans dealing with the extraordinary in ‘Travelers’
“Time travel is something I have a weakness for, whether it’s Star Trek IV or Kate and Leopold with Meg Ryan and Hugh Jackman. That excites me. Not only that, but this is also done in a gritty, realistic way that lends itself to a little more believability. It raises the stakes when you can see yourself in that world. It’s definitely a TV show that’s rooted in that. You can see yourself existing in this world. It’s not superheroes and masks. It’s a really great character piece.” Continue reading.

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Link: Travelers: Jared Abrahamson talks branching out as Trevor

From Kelly Townsend of The TV Junkies:

Link: Travelers: Jared Abrahamson talks branching out as Trevor
“I’ve been playing a lot of roughneck, blue collar characters, and I kept saying I want to play someone smart, show that I can be articulate and have a completely other side to me. All of a sudden I get this audition for the old man engineer in the young man’s body and it’s perfect.” Continue reading. 

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