Continuum: Season 3 (2014)



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Kiera Cameron (Rachel Nichols), a detective from the dystopian corporate-dominated world of 2077, but who finds herself unexpectedly dragged to modern-day Vancouver ends up going back in time by exactly one week in Series 3 of this Canadian crime drama. She travels to the past after reluctantly agreeing to work with the freelancers/guardians of history to fix the damage done by Alec Sadler (Erik Knudsen) when he betrayed Kiera and time-traveled to try to prevent the execution of his girlfriend Emily aka Maya (Magda Apanowicz). This act causes disorder and, for a while, there are two Kieras and two Alecs—that is, until one of the Kieras is murdered. While working to solve that mystery, Kiera is also faced with choosing between Old Alec and Young Alec, a decision that becomes more complicated after Young Alec inherits the multibillion dollar tech corporation Piron. Meanwhile, Kiera and Det. Carlos Fonnegra (Victor Webster) investigate Liber8 for stealing safety deposit boxes; however, her relationship with the anarchist group becomes less adversarial when they team up to fight a common threat.


Rachel Nichols
as Kiera Cameron
Erik Knudsen
as Alec Sadler
Victor Webster
as Carlos Fonnegra
Stephen Lobo
as Matthew Kellog
Roger R. Cross
as Travis Verta
Lexa Doig
as Sonya Valentine
Omari Newton
as Lucas Ingram
Luvia Petersen
as Jasmine Garza
Jennifer Spence
as Betty Robertson
Brian Markinson
as Inspector Dillon
Richard Harmon
as Julian Randal
Terry Chen
as Curtis Chen
Mike Dopud
as Stefan Jaworski
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Critic Reviews for Continuum Season 3

All Critics (7) | Top Critics (1)

What's better in the Continuum season three opener: The badass action, or the explanations of the show's time travel mythos? They're both pretty great.

Jan 28, 2019 | Full Review…

Season 3 promises to keep the audience engaged by answering some questions while posing new ones and by never forgetting the intelligence of the sci-fi television audience.

Jan 28, 2019 | Rating: 4.5/5 | Full Review…

[Rachel Nichols] solidly plays Kiera but allows her supporting players to shine as well. We can always use another show with a strong, yet compassionate woman who can kick some [butt].

Oct 16, 2014 | Rating: 4.8/5 | Full Review…

Continuum's finale... left us in a much better place... painting a more complete picture of the world(s) Kiera Cameron and the other time-travelers have accidentally (and not so accidentally) created over the last three seasons.

Jun 30, 2014 | Full Review…

It only took three seasons, but Continuum is finally living up to the incredible potential of its premise.

Apr 6, 2016 | Rating: A- | Full Review…

It aims to address some of the questions audiences automatically bring to this sort of show. What it doesn't do is complicate or expand the drama. Sometimes, you have to tell the audience no.

Apr 7, 2014 | Rating: 5.9/10 | Full Review…

Since the show started, one of the most intriguing things that set it, and our heroine, apart was the ambiguous morality of her mission

Apr 1, 2014 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Continuum: Season 3

Worlds collide in the action-packed third season of Continuum. The series gets more complex and cerebral this season as the time-travel and sci-fi themes become more prominent and thought-provoking. Picking up where the previous season's finale ended, Alec's time jump collapses the time continuum, forcing Kiera to partner up with the Freelancers in order to go after him and correct the timeline by determining which Alec (Prime or Alternate) caused the disruption and eliminate him. The tone of the show gets incredibly dark as the Kiera character is hardened; having been betrayed by Alec and forced to live a lie impersonating the Kiera of the new timeline (who has mysteriously been killed). Alec is also turned dark as he inherits control of the Piron corporation and is corrupted by power. But the show still delivers plenty of action and starts to answer some of the larger questions of the series. Additionally, the writing and directing of the episodes are especially good, and do an excellent job at building tension and suspense. Remarkably daring, Season 3 of Continuum is full of thrills and promises exciting things to come.


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