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Syfy Renews 'Continuum' for Second Season

Continuum Episodic - H 2013
SyFy

The channel ordered another 13 episodes of the Canadian time-traveling series about a female cop from the future who is trapped in present-day Vancouver.

TORONTO -- Syfy has renewed the Canadian time-traveling drama Continuum for a second season.

The cable channel ordered another 13 episodes of the sci-fi series from Reunion Pictures that stars Rachel Nichols as a cop from the future who finds herself trapped in present-day Vancouver.

The sophomore season of Continuum, which airs in Canada on Showcase, will launch June 7 on Syfy.

The first season, which debuted Jan. 14, averaged 1.35 million total viewers on Monday nights.

The second season of Continuum will see Cameron pick up from the rookie-season finale where she fights a ticking clock to prevent a cataclysmic act of terrorism. 

The Canadian drama co-stars Victor Webster as Detective Carlos Fonnegra and Erik Knudsen (Jericho) as teen tech genius Alec Sadler.

Executive producers are series creator Simon Barry, Pat Williams and Tom Rowe.