From March 5 through March 26, 2017, Time After Time was an American period drama/science fantasy television series that was broadcasted on ABC. Kevin Williamson created the series, which was licensed on May 12, 2016, and is based on Karl Alexander’s 1979 novel of the same name. Except for the premiere, each segment is entitled after a line from Cyndi Lauper’s song “Time After Time,” which has been inspired by the 1979 film version. The film was based on the same-named novel that served as the series’ new content.
The first season consists of 12 episodes and it aired from March 5 to March 26, 2017.
Time To Time Season 2 Release Date
Season 1 of ‘Time After Time’ premiered on March 5, 2017. Despite an immersive storyline that merged the two most popular genres—time travel and serial killers—the show’s reception was less than favorable. The performers were applauded for portraying such challenging personalities. Yet, errors in the script were pointed up. It received lackluster critical reviews, which didn’t help it maintain its low ranking. Well before the entire season had broadcast, the show was yanked off the lineup.
The ABC television series Time After Time has been postponed indefinitely. The first season of Time After Time will be the final one. We don’t know what intentions ABC has for the upcoming season, but we never know. Season two has not been scheduled or confirmed as of January 2022.
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Time After Time Season 2 Cast
The main cast includes Freddie Stroma as H. G. Wells (Author and thinker from the nineteenth century who invents a time capsule and journeys to 2017 to arrest John). Genesis Rodriguez as Jane Walker (Assistant Director at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York). Josh Bowman as John Stevenson or Jack the Ripper (Wells’ friend and London doctor who is secretly a legendary serial murderer flees to 2017 using Wells’ time capsule). Will Chase as Griffin Monroe (a statesman who has a hidden objective involving Wells’ time machine and is involved in a relationship with Vanessa Anders. Brooke Monroe’s younger sibling). Jennifer Ferrin as Brooke Monroe, Nicole Ari Parker as Vanessa Anders (a neuropathologist).
Time After Time Season 1 Recap
In 1893, H. G. Wells throws a dinner party at his Victorian England mansion. He shows his visitors his time machine. Which they don’t believe is working, and then the cops turn up, seeking for John Stevenson, the notorious Jack the Ripper. John uses Wells’ time capsule to flee, but the machine reappears because he lacks the key. Wells will be with him till March 3, 2017. His machine is now on display in a New York Museum, and his appearance is dismissed as a joke. After being injured by a taxi attempting to chase Stevenson, he encounters Jane Walker. A lady who serves at the museum, and spends the nighttime in her room.
When Wells meets Vanessa Anders, the museum’s director, she confesses that she really is his great-great-granddaughter. Also, she was aware of the time machine since he planned to pay her a visit while she was in college. Vanessa delivers Wells a message from his older self to prove whatever she’s saying. He’s concerned that the letter’s lack of content indicates that there is something horrible that is about to happen. Stevenson phones and asks that the key be handed over to him in Central Park the next day. Jane is kept alive by John’s intent to murder another captive. Wells nearly hands over the key to John in Central Park, but Vanessa’s men attack him, and John flees before informing Wells of Jane’s position. Wells gives John the key to the museum, and John takes Jane there.
Brooke orders Phyllis’ caretaker to murder Wells and Jane as soon as they arrive, but she fails, and the two return to Vanessa’s house. Elsewhere, Brooke and Griffin use two of her men to capture the time machine, Wells, and Stevenson. Griffin is able to duplicate knowledge about the time portal, but before the machine can be stolen, the computer programmer transfers himself and the time capsule to a secret place. Stevenson is eventually freed by Brooke and her guys, but not before escaping and killing one of its soldiers. Brooke abducts Vanessa to acquire an advantage against the time portal. When Griffin discovers this, he gets into a disagreement with Brooke and ultimately decides to stop assisting her.