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Traveler (TV series)

Traveler Format Drama, ThrillerStarring see castCountry of origin United StatesNo. of seasons 1 No. of episodes 8 Production Running time approx. 42 minutes Broadcast Original channel ABCPicture format 480i(SDTV),
720p(HDTV) Original run May 10, 2007July 18, 2007External links IMDb profileTV.com summary

Traveler is a short-lived American drama-thriller television series that ran from May 10, 2007 until July 18, 2007 on ABC in the United States. The series was produced by Warner Bros. Television.

Traveler was officially cancelled after eight first-run episodes on July 18, 2007. Fans then tried to save the show but were unsuccessful. David DiGilio, the creator, posted an "answers blog"[1] on September 28, 2007, which officially ended the show.

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Plot

The series follows Jay Burchell and Tyler Fog, two Yale University graduate students who become suspects when the fictitious Drexler Museum in New York is bombed while they are pulling a juvenile prank. It appears that their friend, Will Traveler (aka Daniel Taft), set them up to look like the terrorists who did the bombing. After the bombing, Traveler disappears and there is no evidence that he ever existed.

As Jay and Tyler flee from the FBI, which believes them to be domestic terrorists, they uncover secrets and clues, including the fact that at least two organizations have knowledge of the conspiracy, among them the Department of Homeland Security.

Cast

Actor Role Matthew BomerJay Burchell Logan Marshall-GreenTyler Fog Aaron StanfordWill Traveler/Daniel Taft Viola DavisSpecial Agent Jan Marlow Steven CulpSpecial Agent in Charge Fred Chambers Anthony RuivivarSpecial Agent Guillermo Borjes Pascale HuttonKim Doherty William SadlerCarlton Fog Billy Mayo The Porter Neal McDonoughJack Freed, Department of Homeland SecuritySonja BennettMaya

Episodes

ABC originally ordered the season with 13 episodes. But on October 28, 2006, the network scaled it back to eight episodes.[2] The pilot episode aired at 10 pm on May 10, and repeated on May 30, 2007, immediately followed by episode "The Retreat" in its regular time slot of Wednesday at 10pm Eastern/9pm Central. "The Retreat" was shown again on July 4, 2007, and then a new episode the following week due to The Fourth of July holiday.

Nielsen Ratings

Episode # Title Air Date Rating Share 18-49 Viewers Rank (Overall) 1 "Pilot" May 10, 20076.1 11 3.6/10 8.88 38/98 2 "The Retreat" May 30, 20074.2 7 2.1/6 6.20 29/90 3 "New Haven" June 6, 20073.7 6 1.8/5 5.44 41/93 4 "The Out" June 13, 20072.9 5 1.3/4 4.12 54/96 5 "The Tells" June 20, 20073.0 5 1.6/5 4.41 43/96 6 "The Trader" June 27, 20072.6 5 1.3/4 3.86 67/99 7 "The Reunion" July 11, 20072.5 4 1.2/3 3.55 73/102 8 "The Exchange" July 18, 20072.6 5 1.4/4 3.87 73/103
  • All rating information is from Your Entertainment Now [3]
  • DVR numbers actually raised "The Reunion's" ratings by 19.4% to around 4 million viewers. [4]

Seasonal Ratings

Seasonal ratings based on average total viewers per episode of Traveler on ABC:

Season Timeslot (EDT) Series Premiere Series Finale TV Season Rank Viewers
(in millions) 1 Thursday 10:00 P.M. (May 10, 2007)
Wednesday 10:00 P.M. (May 30- July 18, 2007) May 10, 2007July 18, 20072006-2007#118 5.04 (#117) [5]

* Because Traveler aired during the summer it was not included in the seasonal ratings. However if it did air during the regular fall season it would have ranked 117 of 142 shows.

References

  1. ^ David's Traveler Answers Blog [1]
  2. ^ Brian Ford Sullivan (October 28, 2006). Script Orders Keep Five More Newcomers Alive. TheFutonCritic.com. Accessed 2007-05-19.
  3. ^ Nielsen TV Ratings « Your Entertainment Now
  4. ^ Media Life Magazine - The networks' one consolation: DVRs
  5. ^ "Hollywood Reporter: 2006-07 primetime wrap", May 25, 2007

External links

Categories: American Broadcasting Company network shows | American drama television series | 2000s American television series | 2007 television series debuts | 2007 television series endings | Television series by Warner Bros. Television

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