From Mark Leiren Young of the Vancouver Sun:
Vancouver shows its face along sci-fi Continuum
after a single season, Continuum has carved out a special place as a Canadian fan fave ? a sci-fi show that’s made in Vancouver and proudly set in Vancouver (in two different timelines), which kicks off Season 2 with its world broadcast premiere Sunday, April 21 at 9 p.m. on Showcase. Read more.
From Adrian Mack of the Georgia Straight:
Continuum creator Simon Barry imagines Vancouver in the future
“Truthfully, the idea was location-proof in its inception,” series creator Simon Barry told the Straight on a recent set visit. “It could have been any North American city. When the opportunity came up to shoot in Canada, we just said, ‘Well, we set it in Vancouver and see if anyone says anything.’” Read more.
From W. Andrew Powell of The Gate:
Rachel Nichols talks jeopardizing the future in season 2 of ‘Continuum’
“Season 2 obviously yes, she still wants to get home. It’s a primary goal, nothing has changed there. Season 2 is very much about responsibility and when I say responsibility I mean the end of Season 1, Kagame gives a speech and we used some of his speech as sort of a tagline for Season 2, which is you know, if you drop a pebble in the ocean on one side of the world, does it become a tsunami on the other?” Read more.
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