"Travelers" Renewed for Second Season
Netflix and Canada’s Showcase have picked up a second season of Travelers, their original time-traveling sci-fi series starring Eric McCormack, for premiere in 2017. Production on Season 2 of the Canadian-made drama will start in March in Vancouver. Netflix, which carries Travelers globally except for Canada, will debut Season 2 following the series’ second-season airing on Showcase this fall.
Travelers, which debuted in Canada in October, was the highest-rated new fall series across Canadian Specialty, according to Numeris data.
The series focuses on a group of elite operatives from the far future who are tasked with preventing a global cataclysm that wiped out most of humanity.
Leah Cairns is Kathryn MacLaren, wife to Grant (Eric McCormack). She was first introduced in the second episode of the series' first season.
"Travelers" season 1 is currently streaming on Netflix worldwide, except for Canada where it is aired on Showcase.
Leah Cairs and Eric McCormack on-set: "Travelers" season 1
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People attending Fan Expo Canada had the opportunity to preview the pilot episode of "Travelers", which will officially premiere On Showcase October 17, quickly followed by Netflix on december 23!
Leah stars as Kathryn Maclaren.
Leah Cairns to star in Netflix Sci-Fi series "Travelers" opposite Eric McCormack
The news is out so we can finally confirm that Leah Cairns will star opposite Eric McCormack in Netflix' new Sci-Fi series "Travelers", which is currently being filmed in Vancouver.
Travelers is set hundreds of years from now when the last surviving humans discover the means of sending consciousness back through time, directly into people in the 21st century. These “travelers” assume the lives of seemingly random people, while secretly working as teams to perform missions in order to save humanity from a terrible future. The series was written and created by Brad Wright.