Travelers (2016–2018)
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In an evasive effort to protect himself and his son, Traveler 001 puts a plan into play that threatens to expose the Travelers.


Eric McCormack


Ken Kabatoff, Brad Wright (created by)




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Eric McCormack ... Grant MacLaren
MacKenzie Porter ... Marcy Warton
Nesta Cooper ... Carly Shannon
Jared Abrahamson ... Trevor Holden
Reilly Dolman ... Philip Pearson
Patrick Gilmore ... David Mailer
Jennifer Spence ... Grace Day
Amanda Tapping ... Dr. Perrow
Ian Tracey ... Ray
Chad Krowchuk ... Simon
Enrico Colantoni ... Vincent Ingram
J. Alex Brinson ... Jeff Conniker
Leah Cairns ... Kathryn MacLaren
Stephen Lobo ... Wakefield
Callum Seagram Airlie ... Taylor Age 12


In an evasive effort to protect himself and his son, Traveler 001 puts a plan into play that threatens to expose the Travelers.

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At the end of season 2, "001", Dr. Perrow leaves Vincent Ingram's hostage location via a grand glass-sided staircase into a lush forest, this is the same location, and even a slight copy of a similar scene in Legion, where the psychiatric therapist Melanie Bird, living in her Summerland home with her frozen husband Oliver, similarly descends said staircase. See more »


Dr. Perrow: Marcy Warton is not an FBI agent. She's a traveler from the future.
David Mailer: A who?
Dr. Perrow: A time traveler.
David Mailer: That is the stupidest thing I've ever-...
Dr. Perrow: She was supposed to be killed by a group of men outside the library where she worked. Seconds before her death, a consciousness was sent from the future, supplanting Marcy's own, and that new traveler survived the attack. And just a few months ago, that consciousness was replaced yet again. She called it memory loss, but in fact, she was overwritten.
David Mailer: ...Lady what the ...
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References Doctor Who (2005) See more »

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Ridiculous episode
30 December 2018 | by jodi-44528See all my reviews

I've been watching this show, and for the most part, it's been enjoyable. But this episode was absolutely ridiculous. I could predict the plot, if you can call the writing a plot. There are just some holes in this series and they are getting more glaring. There is no way five people (the loved pones) would believe the prospect of time travelers. And it just seems like if the travelers were from the future and more advanced than present humans, wouldn't they be smarter than to fall for predictable ploys that are being used by characters like Vincent?

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