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TV REVIEW: ‘Travelers’ Has a Problematic, But Promising, Beginning

The idea of time travel is not a new concept in science fiction, and neither is the idea of someone or someones from the future coming back to the present to change fate. Travelers was already walking well-worn ground long before it was a glimmer in the eye of creator Brad Wright, let alone seeing […]
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