Saturday, May 25, 2013

Continuum - Syfy: Season 1 Marathon Schedule May 28 '13

Source: Syfy schedulebot [NOTE: Syfy schedule subject to change(s)]

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Continuum season two premieres on Syfy on Friday, June 7, 2013 at 10/9C.

Continuum cast includes Erik Knudsen, Rachel Nichols, Victor Webster, Stephen Lobo, Stargate Universe's Jennifer Spence; Stargate SG-1's Tony Amendola and Lexa Doig; Richard Harmon, Omari Newton, Brian Markinson and Roger R. Cross.


08:30 AM A Stitch In Time

Eight convicted terrorists escape their planned execution in the year 2077 by traveling back in time to 2012, accidentally bringing officer Kiera Cameron (Rachel Nichols) along with them in the series premiere.

Guest stars include Mike Dopud, William B. Davis, Terry Chen, John Reardon, Sean Michael Kyer, Michael Rogers, Janet Kidder, Terry Howson, Caitlin Cromwell, Stargate Atlantis' David Nykl, Zahf Paroo and Tonya Lee Albers.


09:30 AM Fast Times

Kiera (Rachel Nichols) may have found a way home, but it comes with the cost of a truce with Liber8.

Guest stars include John Reardon, Sean Michael Kyer, Michael Rogers, Janet Kidder, Sean Tyson, John Innes, P. Lynn Johnson, Olivia Ryan Stern and Rocky Anderson.


10:30 AM Wasting Time

Kiera (Rachel Nichols) and Carlos (Victor Webster) investigate a murder spree in which the victims have strange holes bored in their skulls.

Guest stars include Luvia Petersen, Terry Chen, Adam Greydon Reid, Mike Dopud, Michael Rogers, Janet Kidder, Caitlin Cromwell, Hiro Kanagawa, Colin Lawrence and Lori Ann Triolo.

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11:30 AM Matter Of Time

A scientist that is working on developing a source of clean energy is found murdered. The list of suspects leads Kiera and Carlos (Rachel Nichols, Victor Webster) on a journey that leads her to a precarious place --deciding between the right thing to do and the preservation of the future.

Guest stars include Luvia Petersen, Jesse Moss, Mayko Nguyen, John Reardon, Olivia Ryan Stern, Zahf Paroo, Eureka's Chris Gauthier and Tom McBeath.

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12:30 PM A Test Of Time

Kiera (Rachel Nichols) must protect her grandmother from Liber8.

Guest stars include Katie Findlay, Adam Greydon Reid, Leanne Lapp, John Reardon, Sean Michael Kyer, Michael Rogers, Janet Kidder, Richard Harmon, Olivia Ryan Stern, Colin Lawrence and Joel Semande.

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01:30 PM Time's Up

Liber8 decide to rebrand their image; Kiera (Rachel Nichols) races to save the CEO of a petrochemical company.

Guest stars include Marilyn Norry, Byron Lawson, Mark Gibbon, John Reardon, Michael Rogers, Janet Kidder, Richard Harmon, Caitlin Cromwell and Juan Riedinger.

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02:30 PM The Politics Of Time

An investigative reporter is killed during a high-stakes election, and evidence points to Carlos (Victor Webster).

Guest stars include Adam Greydon Reid, Arctic Air's Pascale Hutton, Jenn Bird, Sarah Edmondson, Frank Cassini, Jim Thorburn, Battlestar Galactica's Tahmoh Penikett, John Reardon, Richard Harmon and Paula Elle.

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03:30 PM Playtime

Kiera (Rachel Nichols) and Carlos (Victor Webster) investigate two murders where the shooters immediately committed suicide after eliminating their victims. Both were software testers for a local computer gaming company that's been developing an immersive holographic program and Kiera decides to try it out. The effects on her are devastating. Not only have her internal electronics gone haywire, she is now under the control of Edouard Kagame (Tony Amendola) and Liber8. Alec (Erik Knudsen) works frantically to reboot her processors but also finds a previously unknown file addressed to him.

Guest stars include Venus Terzo, Aaron Craven, Mike Dopud, Richard Harmon, Evan Lendrum, Victor Ayala, Danny Wattley, Matthew Mylrea, Monique Ganderton, Aili Storen, Cameron Barnett and Rondel Reynoldson.

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04:30 PM Family Time

Kiera (Rachels Nichols) and Carlos (Victor Webster) visit Roland Randol's (Michael Rogers) farm to check up on an excessively large purchase of farm fertilizer. Kiera is somewhat taken aback to find Alec (Erik Knudsen) there, not realizing that Randol is his step-father. Randol assures them that there has been a mistake and that he never purchased as much fertilizer as they claim. When they check the storage shed however, they find a truck rigged with the chemicals and ready for use as a bomb. It's Randol's son Julian (Richard Harmon) and his friends who are looking to make statement even though the elder Randol has never preached violence. Carlos is shot when they are taken prisoner but Kiera and Alec try to gain control of the situation.

Guest stars include Wesley MacInnes, James Pizzinato, Casey Dubois, Jonathan Walker, Curtis Lum, Brian Markinson, John Reardon, Sean Michael Kyer, Michael Rogers, Janet Kidder, Richard Harmon and Nikohl Boosheri.

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05:30 PM End Time

After spending the night with Kellog (Stephen Lobo), Kiera (Rachel Nichols) meets Jason (Ian Tracey) who convinces her he was in the control room when the time travel device went off only he was sent back to 1992 and for 20 years has been waiting for this particular day - the day a bomb goes off killing many people and starting the evolution into the world of the future. They manage to evacuate the building where they think the explosion will take place. It doesn't work out as planned and unknown to Kiera, the terrorist attack is all part of a plan that was hatched in 2077.

Guest stars include Ian Tracey, Jonathan Walker, Nicholas Lea, William B. Davis, Brian Markinson and Richard Harmon.

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