Vancouver’s own timey-wimey saga Continuum started filming its fourth and final season today somewhere in Point Grey. Remember where we left off? Season three opened with two young-tech-genius Alec Sadlers and two cop-from-the-future Kiera Camerons in a new timeline as Alec travelled back in time to save his girlfriend Emily from death.
The season ended with only one Kiera Cameron and one Alec Sadler in the same timeline but with a new threat emerging from an altered future. Uh-oh .
How will creator and showrunner Simon Barry wrap it all up in just six episodes?
Finding it very very hard to turn this script in. @ContinuumSeries #406
— Simon Barry (@SimonDavisBarry) March 10, 2015
During pre-production, Continuum learned it had earned four nominations in the annual Saturn Awards, including Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series along with perennial winner The Walking Dead.
Rachel Nichols is nominated again as Best Actress in a Television Series, against Vera Farmiga (Bates Motel), Haley Atwell ( Agent Carter), Caitronia Balfe (Outlander), Jessica Lange (American Horror Story) and Rebecca Romjin (The Librarians).
Erik Knudsen is nominated again as Best Supporting Actor in a Television Series, against Norman Reedus (The Walking Dead) and others.
And Lexa Doig is a first-time nominee for Best Suporting Actress in a Television Series, along with Emilia Clarke (Games of Thrones), Emily Kinney and Melissa McBride (The Walking Dead), Jenna Coleman (Doctor Who and Caroline Dhavernas (Hannibal). Impressive.