The Ultimate Guide for any fan of the Continuum TV Series
Kiera Cameron, a regular cop from the year 2077, gets dragged back to 2012 after a group of freedom fighters called Liber8 use time travel to escape their execution. Until she finds a way home, she decides to track down these escaped convicts before they cause irreparable damage to the future. She's not alone, though, as there are more pieces in play than just Liber8 -- some friendly, and some just as deadly.
Original Network: Showcase
Normal Runtime: 60 Minutes
Genre: Science Fiction
Air Date and Time:
Showcase: Season 3 Ended
Syfy: Season 3 Ended
Syfy: Season 3 Ended
Originally Published: by Tyler Olson
Over the past 2 days, the 15th Leo Awards has been handing out awards to the best television and film produced in Canada, and while many series won awards, only one stood out on top, Continuum!
The first award won by the series went to Maya Mani for Best Costume Design in the premiere, A Stitch in Time, beating out Supernatural for the award.
The next award won went to Alison Grace for Best Picture Editing in a Dramatic Series in Family Time. Continuum actually had two chances at this award, the other being Allan Lee for Endtime. Other nominees beaten for this award were Franco Pante for 2 episodes of Arctic Air, and Gordon Rempel for the Primeval: New World season finale.
While those two awards were great, the biggest award won on Friday went to Simon Barry for Best Screenwriting in a Dramatic Series in the season finale, Endtime. This was a huge accomplishment, especially since the other two nominees, Arctic Air and Primeval: New World had 2 nominations in this category. Well done and congratulations Simon!
On Saturday night, Continuum won 4 more awards, starting with Ian Tracey's award for Best Guest Performance by a Male in a Dramatic Series during Endtime. Continuum had a second nomination in this category from Jesse Moss' role in Matter of Time. Other nominees were Michael Eklund for Alcatraz, Aleks Paunovic for Arctic Air, and Ryan Robbins for Hell on Wheels.
Richard Harmon also won an award for Best Supporting Performance by a Male in a Dramatic Series for his role in Family Time. Brian Markinson was also nominated. The Other nominees were John Reardon from Arctic Air, Antonio Cupo from Bomb Girls, and Michael Kopsa from Fringe.
The sixth award won was given to William Waring for Best Direction in a Dramatic Series in Family Time. Patrick Williams' Endtime was also nominated. The competition for this award was Steven A. Adelson from Beauty and the Beast, David Moxness from Fringe, David Winning from Lost Girl, and Steven A. Adelson from Nikita.
If those six awards weren't enough, just to solidify how Canada feels about the series, the award for Best Dramatic Series was also awarded to Continuum! Arrow and Arctic Air will have to do better next year.
Congratulations to all the cast, crew, fans, and everyone who helped make all these awards possible. Now next year, let's make it 8 awards or more!
Want to know what other series and films scored it big? Here is the full list of the winners at the 2013 Leo Awards.