Continuum: Season 2 (2013)

SEASON:

TOMATOMETER

Critic Consensus: No consensus yet.

AUDIENCE SCORE


Want to See

Not Interested

Add Rating
My Rating    

Episodes

1
Air date: Jun 7, 2013
2
Air date: Jun 14, 2013
3
Air date: Jun 21, 2013
4
Air date: Jun 28, 2013
5
Air date: Jul 5, 2013
6
Air date: Jul 5, 2013
7
Air date: Jul 19, 2013
8
Air date: Jul 26, 2013
9
Air date: Aug 2, 2013
10
Air date: Aug 9, 2013
Show More Episodes

Continuum: Season 2 Photos

Tv Season Info

A cop from the year 2077 finds herself trapped in present-day Vancouver in this Canadian crime drama. In the second series, Kiera reunites with her partner Carlos to solve the murder of the mayor. Kiera's knowledge of the future helps the duo break other crime leads, such as identifying new drugs and finding a serial killer. Starring Rachel Nichols and Victor Webster.

Critic Reviews for Continuum Season 2

All Critics (5) | Top Critics (1)

I have no idea where this is going right now. Continuum has always been good about plot twists, and I'm sure this season will be no exception.

Jan 28, 2019 | Rating: 4/5 | Full Review…

There's just something exhilarating about a show that goesn't give a crap and is just going for it with the crazy stuff.

Jan 4, 2018 | Full Review…

"Second Chances" did a good job of pulling on the loose threads from Season 1 without stretching them past their breaking point. Hopefully, we'll get more answers.

Jun 23, 2017 | Full Review…

Overall, season two seems a lot more serialized and a little bit more expensive.

Jun 23, 2017 | Full Review…

The show rushes back to normal far too quickly, and it reduces the show's characters to little more than pieces on a chessboard, and rather dull ones at that.

Jun 7, 2013 | Rating: C | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Continuum: Season 2

½

Taking a new direction, Season 2 of Continuum has a different tone and feel. Whereas last season was about preserving the timeline, this season is about changing it. As the story continues it's discovered that Kiera and Liber8 were intentionally sent back in time by Alec Sadler to alter the past, and that there are other factions that are also attempting to affect the time continuum. The transition in tone is a bit jarring and makes for a series of uneven episodes, but it ultimately provides for more creative and dramatic storytelling. Nicholas Lea and Tahmoh Penikett become recurring characters, and Hugh Dillon joins the cast as the mysterious character Escher; a rogue player who seems to have the ability to determine which future will emerge. The second season of Continuum is ambitious, a little too much so, and has some problems delivering a clear vision amidst the exciting chases and fight sequences.

DannM

Super Reviewer

News & Features