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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