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Shattered by recent losses and a sweeping new protocol, the Travelers face a bleak future with only one long-shot chance to succeed in their mission.
The episode was rated 8.23 from 671 votes.
The Faction sets off nuclear blasts that destroy all of the Travelers' archives, except the one in which a wounded David just happens to be trapped.
The episode was rated 8.17 from 664 votes.
The team is torn apart when they discover the Director has a hidden agenda.
The episode was rated 8.04 from 1889 votes.
The travelers must follow the rules of a madman in order to rescue their kidnapped loved ones and ensure the traveler program isn’t exposed to the world.
The episode was rated 8.00 from 1166 votes.
MacLaren, Carly, Trevor, and Philip work with another traveler team to protect a child; Marcy tries to remember her past life, but she uncovers more than she bargained for.
The episode was rated 7.97 from 1195 votes.
MacLaren is kept on a tight leash after the Director orders an assassination.
The episode was rated 7.92 from 2048 votes.
MacLaren urges Yates to help him when a Traveler with a mission vital to humanity's survival arrives in the body of a just-captured serial killer.
The episode was rated 7.89 from 650 votes.
Trevor defies the Director; the team deals with Marcy's impending death.
The episode was rated 7.87 from 1907 votes.
When the team meets Simon, a homeless man with a startling history, they’re led down a path that leads directly to the very first traveler.
The episode was rated 7.82 from 1162 votes.
The team tackles their primary mission: stop an event that could change the course of history.
The episode was rated 7.79 from 2254 votes.
With the unknown virus rapidly spreading, the team is left with only one option in order to save The Director hundreds of years in the future.The episode was rated from 1280 votes.
MacLaren and Yates adjust to their new partnership while protecting a TV show host whose inflammatory rhetoric about Travelers has led to tragedy.The episode was rated from 678 votes.
Philip’s timeline receives an update with some unwanted side effects, Trevor makes a disturbing discovery about his host’s past, and MacLaren deals with the return of a traveler he thought had gone away for good.The episode was rated from 1192 votes.
MacLaren has to find a lone bomber who kills a newly arrived group of travelers.The episode was rated from 2098 votes.
Suffering from a fatal brain disorder, Trevor makes the choice to allow himself to be overwritten as the team races to invent an experimental cure.The episode was rated from 641 votes.
A deadly disease is spreading around the world, and the travelers must get to the bottom of where it came from and how to stop it, before it's too late.The episode was rated from 1294 votes.
After tracking down a missing traveler, the team is led to some disturbing answers about their kidnapping.The episode was rated from 1408 votes.
Grant MacLaren and his team find themselves in FBI custody with no means of escape, while a mysterious new traveler reveals secrets to his psychiatrist.The episode was rated from 1652 votes.
MacLaren, his team and their loved ones regroup at a safe house protected by the FBI, but doubts and betrayals may sabotage the rest of their mission.The episode was rated from 722 votes.
The team attempts to extract a rogue A.I. from a child messenger, but the program expands too rapidly. A new Traveler adjusts to his host.The episode was rated from 643 votes.
Last updated: dec 08, 2022
This show is absolutely one of the best new shows that I've watched. It's got that Canadian scifi feel to it, but the concept and its execution are fantastic and I hope they get a season 2 because I love the characters and I can't wait to see where they take this show next.
Travelers" starts out avoiding the normal time-travel series plot holes by not showing the future world being manipulated -- skipping the usual dual-timeline clichés. While the future is referenced, and communicated with, it remains unseen and lets the viewer concentrate on the present, until the last couple episodes when things go a little haywire and “Travelers” becomes an example of why it's difficult to prolong a series about time travel. Season 1 doesn't have any sort of resolution, ending with a cliffhanger to setup a never ending story. The method of time travel isn't the best, lends itself to plot holes. The season finale seems like one ginormous plot hole. Some episodes are better than others, the acting is OK for a story going nowhere... Seems very much like a SyFy Network type series.
The last minutes of the last chapter were amazing. I eager to start the next season.
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