As some of us trudge through piles of snow, daydreaming about Spring, Syfy is also ready to look ahead, teasing the return of Continuum. Continuum season 3 will make its way back onto our televisions in April, less than a month after it's expected to premiere in Canada. In addition to the above teaser, which hints at more time travel madness, Syfy also released a hearty description for season 3, which includes a recap of how things left off in the sci-fi series at the end of Season 2.
Obviously, you don't want to read this if you're not caught up on Continuum through Season 2! Otherwise, read on for more about Continuum season 3...
Returns Friday, April 4 at 10PM – Continuum season 3 amplifies the mythology, technology and the stakes of time travel to an intense and personal level. At the end of Season 2, Alec Sadler made the Earth-shattering decision to hijack Kiera's (Rachel Nichols) chance to get home, in order to save Emily, the girl he loves, from certain death. This act of desperation not only jettisoned Alec into the near past, but it condemned Kiera to incarceration by the Freelancers, who are 'collecting' time travelers in order to protect history.
Now, Kiera must face the consequences of Alec's betrayal and somehow escape the Freelancers. Even if she can, has Alec's decision to time travel already changed the future in ways Kiera couldn't even imagine? What will Kiera sacrifice to ultimately survive – and how will Liber8 factor into this challenge?
There are a lot of unanswered questions about Continuum season 3 in that description, including the biggest one, which is what kind of effect all of these events will have on the future Kiera is trying to get back to.
Continuum season 3 isn't the only series on Syfy's Spring slate. The network listed off their upcoming premiere schedule today. Here it is:
Carvers - Syfy special about knife craftsmen Ray Villafane and Andy Bergholtz - Tuesday, March 4 at 10:00 p.m.
My Big Fat Geek Wedding - Syfy special about the geeky wedding of two people who met playing Final Fantasy - Tuesday, March 11 at 10:00 p.m.
Foxy & Co - Docu-special about Face Off contestant Eric Fox (aka Foxy) - Tuesday, March 18 at 10:00 p.m.
Jim Henson's Creature Shop Challenge - Series competition featuring ten hopeful creature designers trying to win a job at Jim Henson's Creature Shop - Tuesday, March 25 at 10:00 p.m.
Continuum - Season 3 premiere - Friday, April 4 at 10:00 p.m.
Warehouse 13 - Season 5 (final season) premiere - Monday, April 14 at 9:00 p.m.
Metal Hurlan Chronicles - series based on the popular comics anthology Metal Hurlan - Monday, April 14 at 10 and 10:30 p.m.
Zodiac: Signs of the Apocalpse - Syfy Original movie about a university curator who comes across a mysterious 2000-year-old ivory carved astrology board that could change the fate of all humanity. Premiering April TBD.
We also have Dominion to look forward to, but that's not until June.
Here's the description for Warehouse 13's final season:
Everything has been building to the fifth and final season. Claudia’s (Allison Scagliotti) epic battle with Paracelsus (Anthony Head) will unleash an unexpected horror -- and the Warehouse may never be the same. In the new season, the entire Warehouse team confronts old questions – and new revelations.
From a painful realization that Pete (Eddie McClintock) and Myka (Joanne Kelly) must face, and Artie (Saul Rubinek) accompanying Claudia on a soul-searching journey about her sister, to Steve (Aaron Ashmore) colliding with his past, the final six episodes of Warehouse 13 takes viewers on an emotionally-charged roller coaster ride. Warehouse 13 is produced for Syfy by Universal Cable Productions. Jack Kenny (The Book of Daniel) is executive producer and showrunner.