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I have finished the season too. See speculations below:Some part of me however don't believe that the producers are going to bring them out but, rather it's more likely that the omnipotent AI does something paradoxical that alters the reality and wipes out history. However, the best case would be alliance with the First One and using his technology to bridge the future to the past, and then causing the advancement of humanity over the years.
Thing is we don't know what he has. I assume it's the TT device that allows him to send him even further down in the history. But is it?
No we don't. Sorry. An AI would only need a computer box, at minimum to operate, but the First One built, I've no idea other than it has something to do with the timetravel.Do we know that these are both consciousness transfer machines, or do they have different functions? (I think Ingram lied to Simon that it would fix him.)
Travelers season 3 confirmedNetflix makes loads of its own original sci-fi series - a new one appearing almost daily, it feels like at times - and most of them are marketed with a big splash of cash. Others, it acquires from networks elsewhere and exposes to a huge new audience. They usually take longer to build up a base, but when they do, the fans are devoted and locked in for the long haul. The Good Place is one of those kinds of successes, and another fine example is Travelers, which Netflix also produces by dipping into its international budget.
Indeed, the time-bending drama comes to Netflix from a Canadian channel called Showcase, where the ratings are decent enough. But on Netflix, they're growing by the day. Not a week goes by that we don't hear of someone new being sucked into a binge watch of the series and becoming an instant champion for its continuing success, and if you're one of them (one of us, one of us, one of us) you'll be absolutely delighted to hear that a third season has been given the go-ahead.
The Will of Will & Grace, Eric McCormack, will return to the role of Grant MacLaren for season 3, and we're biting our fingernails waiting to see where things will go from that rather-too-cliffhanger-y season 2 finale. At least, we're relieved to find out that we won't be left hanging.