Netflix's "Travelers" Takes a More Humanistic Approach to Time Travel Genre

January 11, 2018

Netflix's "Travelers" just launched its second season and the show continues to be a hit, focusing on the post-apocalyptic future. Star Patrick Gilmore sits down with Alyssa Julya Smith to talk about the second season and why he thinks fans connect with the show.

He explains that, unlike other sci-fi genre shows, "Travelers" takes a more humanistic approach and focuses on the relationships between the characters. Gilmore discusses shooting the show in Canada with "Will and Grace" star Eric McCormack and how the all-Canadian cast bonded on set.

He also talks about his Hulu show "You, Me, Her" and how he's made a home on streaming series, commenting on how many more opportunities it is allowing for working actors. Finally, Gilmore reveals what he is currently bingeing and it's not what you would expect. "Travelers" is currently streaming on Netflix in both Canada and USA.