About us

Welcome to Project Splinter!

Basically, we are Hank & TeeJay, two dedicated 12 Monkeys fans who have been around long enough to watch way too much TV! What unites us is a passion for great sci-fi, and outstanding television. We banded together not only to share our love for a magnificent series, but for the amazing people behind the scenes who worked tirelessly on it.

When season one was airing, a few members of our then bigger team organized campaigns that helped ratings-challenged shows get picked up for another season! Our successful #TwitterParadox campaign in February 2015 is proof that when 12 Monkeys fans stick together, anything is possible.

We know we’re not alone out there because 12 Monkeys is such a terrific show, and even if you’re not a fan yet, we’re confident you will become one in the future. Hope to see you around either in the comments section of our posts, participating in our round table discussions, taking part in our Twitter campaigns or sharing your fan art and videos with us!

Enjoy!

5 comments

  1. Oh my God, so glad I found you guys. I’m old enough to have watched the original movie and loved it! The fact that you guys are organized to generate buzz to make sure this show doesn’t get lost because of ratings. I was devastated when watching You, Me and the Apocalypse on Hulu only to learn that it had been killed. Every good show needs a fan org like you to make sure it stays on the air.

  2. I have been receiving mail from Cole and the Army of the Twelve Monkeys for about 2 weeks now. There are several Philadelphia addresses and no other info. There are random cut-outs some with the words “12 Monkeys” on them along with eyeballs, biological hazard symbols, random words, like they were cut from one large poster. I also received a flash drive with a video of a guy asking me for my help, by my real name. I haven’t shared my personal information with anyone and I live outside of Philly. None of my friends watch the show and I have not received any word back from the Syfy network to my question is this a marketing campaign from them? It’s fun but a little creepy and strange at the same time. Any ideas out there?

    1. I haven’t heard about anything like this, and I have no idea where this may be coming from. There have been some pictures online about someone (a fan?) spraying 12 Monkeys symbols on walls in LA to raise awareness of the show, but I don’t think this is anything official that’s endorsed by Syfy. It would be weird if the same person was mailing things to other fans, but who knows? I have also asked Hank Otero if he knows anything about this since he’s more in tune with marketing campaigns etc. I’ll let you know if he replies.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *