There's a new T.V. show called Traveler, and it aired last night 10-11 (PT) There will be another episode tonight on it's "regular" time slot (Wednesdays at 10-11 P.M. PT.) It seems like it's going to be a really good show. If you missed the pilot episode and this sounds like a good show to you, it will be on right before the new on tonight.(9 P.M. PT)
Here is what it's about:
How well do you know your friends? Would you bet your life on it? After spending every minute of the last two years living, working, and partying together, grad-school students Jay Burchell, Tyler Fog and Will Traveler depart on a cross-country road trip. But when an innocent prank at one of New York's oldest art museums coincides with the bombing of the iconic building, Jay and Tyler are blamed for the terrorist attack and realize that their "friend" Will may have been the one who framed them. Unable to find Will or any evidence that the Will Traveler they knew even existed, Jay and Tyler are forced to flee the city and go on the run.
Now, hunted by the F.B.I. as domestic terrorists, the friends must rely on each other to elude capture, while trying desperately to prove their innocence by answering two questions -- Who is Will Traveler? Why did he do this to them? Jay and Tyler search for clues both in the present and the past, and slowly unravel a conspiracy that involves their friends and family members and calls into question the very nature of American democracy.
Director David Nutter, who has defined many hit series including "The X-Files," "Without a Trace" and "Supernatural," along with the writer of "Eight Below" (David DiGilio) and the Oscar-winning producers of "American Beauty" (Dan Jinks and Bruce Cohen), combine "The Fugitive" and "Enemy of the State" into a taut, tense thriller about innocents on the run. This action-packed drama taps into 21st century paranoia with provocative themes, complex characters and pure adrenaline-fueled entertainment.
Matthew Bomer : Jay Burchell
Logan Marshall-Green : Tyler Fog
Aaron Stanford: Will Traveler
Pascale Hutton : Kimberly Doherty
Viola Davis : Jan Marlow
Anthony Ruivivar : Agent Guillermo Borjes
Steven Culp: Agent Fred Chambers
William Sadler : Carlton Fog
Billy Mayo: Jon Anselmo