There are so many brand-new shows and movies on Netflix that it would be impossible to watch them all. If you’re a fan of science fiction, Travelers should be at the top of your list.
Since the December 14, 2018, broadcast of Season 3 of “Travelers” on Netflix, fans of the science fiction series have been seeking information on a Season 4 release date. We have all you need to know about your favorite show. Read on to the end if you’re interested in digging into the finer points.
Travelers Season 4 Renewal Status
The “Travelers” had its initial release on Netflix’s SVoD service. However, at the present time, this streaming service has announced that there will be no Season 4 of these well-liked fictional programs. However, the experts have provided no explanation for the abrupt finale.
Fans of the show, however, are shocked to learn that a fourth season won’t be produced. Season 3 was so well received that the cast and crew decided to take a break before filming season 4. That means there’s no way to go back to the show till just now. Yet, as we are well aware, “if there is a will, there is a route.” This means that anything is possible. The series millions of fans could eventually receive what they want.
Why was Travelers Season 4 canceled?
Netflix has not commented on why it decided to cancel the show after only three seasons. After Showcase dropped the show in 2018, Netflix stepped into air seasons three and four because they owned the worldwide streaming rights. The show’s cancellation was announced via a video posted by Eric McCormack on February 1.
Hello there, fellow travelers,” the video began. To begin, I want to express my deep appreciation for the tremendous acclaim season three has received. This is quite satisfying for everyone involved.
If a show on Netflix doesn’t garner enough viewers, the company is likely to terminate it in favor of a more financially successful alternative. Since the season three conclusion of Travelers, which seemed to completely relaunch the show, viewers have been wondering if the show will be terminated. This means that Grant would have been in an entirely different timeframe from the remainder of the gang in the canceled fourth season of Travelers.
Thousands of special operatives in a post-apocalyptic future are responsible for keeping society from collapsing. To lessen the unanticipated effects on the future, these “travelers” have their minds transferred into the “host” bodies of people living today who are soon to die. To complete the exchange, precise information about the transfer’s target’s location is needed; modern cell phones and GPS systems make this feasible by recording the transfer’s time, elevation, latitude, and longitude (TELL) coordinates. No transfer to an earlier time can be undertaken without risk.
Travelers know about their hosts through social media and public documents and use their hosts’ previous lives as permanent cover stories. They work in teams of five to complete assignments set by the Director, a futuristic artificial intelligence. Missions are undertaken with the hope of preventing a global catastrophe. Unlike adults, prepubescent children can be animated by the Director for brief periods of time without compromising their lives, allowing the Director to converse with travelers through them.
- Eric McCormack as Grant MacLaren (Traveler 3468), the team’s leader, assumes the life of a married FBI special agent
- MacKenzie Porter as Marcy Warton (Traveler 3569), the team’s medic, assumes the life of an intellectually disabled woman
- Nesta Cooper as Carly Shannon (Traveler 3465), the team’s tactician, assumes the life of a stay-at-home single mother
- Jared Abrahamson as Trevor Holden (Traveler 0115), the team’s engineer and one of the oldest humans ever, who assumes the life of a high school athlete
- Reilly Dolman as Philip Pearson (Traveler 3326), the team’s historian, assumes the life of a college-aged heroin addict
- Patrick Gilmore as David Mailer, Marcy’s social worker and later romantic interest
- J. Alex Brinson as Jeff Conniker, Carly’s abusive police officer ex-boyfriend and the father of her son
- Leah Cairns as Kathryn “Kat” MacLaren, Grant’s wife who works as an interior designer
- Enrico Colantoni as Vincent Ingram, the first traveler (Traveler 001) whose host was supposed to die on September 11, 2001
- Chad Krowchuk as Simon, Traveler 004, a specialist who set up the travelers’ communications system in the 21st
- Arnold Pinnock as Walt Forbes, MacLaren’s partner at the FBI, later a member of the
- Faction posing as Traveler 4112 and, subsequently, Traveler 4991
- Jennifer Spence as Grace Day, Trevor’s high school counselor and later Traveler 0027, a programmer who helped create the Director
- Ian Tracey as Ray Green, Philip’s lawyer and later friend, a compulsive gambler
- Kimberley Sustad as Joanne Yates, MacLaren’s new FBI partner who is later assigned by the FBI director to act as the liaison between the FBI and the Traveler program
- Benjamin Ratner as Ivon Teslia, a computer engineer responsible for the creation of the artificial intelligence (AI) Ilsa
- Rebecca Soichet as the voice of Ilsa, the AI hosting the Director in the 21st century
- Magda Apanowicz as Dawn, a Faction traveler loyal to Traveler 001
- Christopher Heyerdahl as Andrew Graeme (Traveler 7189), a mathematician whose host is discovered to be a serial killer
- Veronika Hadrava as Katrina (Traveler A18), an Archivist
- Karen Holness as Samantha Burns, a physicist responsible for designing the singularity engine
Travelers Season 4 Plot
Netflix has officially canceled the fourth season of the show, therefore we won’t be paying any attention to what happens next. Since the first edition of the Traveler Program was concluded at the finale of Season 3, this outcome suggests that Season 4 will concentrate on the second version. Since the show has not yet been revived, all we can do is wait and see if it will return.
Travelers Season 3 Rating
Everyone evaluates a program based on its ratings. The popularity of a show among viewers is usually the strongest predictor of how long it will remain on air. The better the ratings, the more likely it is that the subject will make it. The show has been well received by critics and viewers alike, earning an 8.0/10 rating on IMDb and a 95% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes.