Season 2 Press Coverage

With the season premiere less than two weeks ahead, the press for the show is ramping up, and here’s a few links that you might have missed that have a few interesting tidbits.

Last but not least, anyone planning to go to the 12 Monkeys preview screening and panel event at the Paley Center for Media on April 14 in New York, this event has unfortunately been cancelled.

“12 Monkeys” Season 2 Premiere now available

With the April 18 season 2 premiere on Syfy Channel coming closer, it was recently announced that Syfy was going to make the first episode of the season available online two weeks prior to it airing on its actual network.

If you want to catch episode 2×01 already, you can do so right now on the Syfy website, via the Syfy Now app, on demand, or on Hulu (the latter of which now also has season 1 available for streaming). The rest of the season will air regularly on Syfy Channel — starting April 18, and then every Monday at 9/8c.

The official Syfy website is worth visiting for more in-depth material, such as new webisodes, cast interviews, ComicCon panel snippets, etc. (Sadly, most of this content will only be available to US residents.)

12 Monkeys: First Look At Season 2

The first footage from 12 Monkeys Season 2 was unveiled today at New York Comic-Con, and it’s absolutely brilliant!

During the show’s panel, cast and crew revealed minor spoilers about the upcoming season. Showrunner Terry Matalas confirmed that we’ll be visiting not only the 40s, but the 50s, 60s, 70s and possibly new future settings as well. Terry also informed the crowd that we’ll learn what the Red Forest is and that there’s a bigger threat than the plague. Remember the mysterious “Witness”? Well, we should have a better idea who he is by the end of Season 2.

Yes, Cassie will be time traveling alongside Cole this season and living in 2043 has changed her. Cole and Ramse are pals again too. Jennifer is “sane” according to Emily Hampshire. “I’m not kidding, and I’m not telling you how, but she’s sane” Emily teased fans. We will be getting more backstory for each character. Jones’ history at Spearhead will be further explored, as will the death of her daughter. “We will learn more about Deacon before the plague” Todd Stashwick shared.

Excited yet? Check out the new trailer below…

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12 Monkeys Appreciation Week Update

We have an update on the 12 Monkeys Appreciation Week, and which hashtag to use. Please see below from splinterboy:

12 MONKEYS APPRECIATION WEEK – 19th – 25th October 2015

it’s still like a month to go but here’s what’s happening.

  • No pressure to take part, of course.
  • No pressure to edit anything.
  • You don’t have to post something for every day and you can, I guess, make more than one post a day if you want!

The hashtag will be #adozenprimates (all one word, even on tumblr!). You can post on tumblr, twitter, and/or instagram even; just be sure to use the hashtag.
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12 Monkeys Appreciation Week

Anyone remember 12 Monkeys Theme Week in April? As per 12monkeysheadcanons.tumblr.com, it looks like we’re doing it again. Yay!

Starting Oct 19th, there’s going to be a week of fandom madness for all the artists and writers out there. Post whatever inspires you for the theme on the day, can be anything from fanart, fanfic, fanvids, etc.

Stay tuned for the hashtag you’re supposed to use, we’ll update you when that’s decided.

 

Moments Easily Missed – Otter Eyes

12 Monkeys is filled with moments between or beyond the dialogue—often the moments easily missed. I’d like to share a few of them with you so that we can fully appreciate them.

Today we’re taking a closer look at… well… the otter eyes. Continue reading “Moments Easily Missed – Otter Eyes”

Moments Easily Missed – Blood and Tears

12 Monkeys is filled with moments between or beyond the dialogue—often the moments easily missed. I’d like to share a few of them with you so that we can fully appreciate them.

Today we’re taking a closer look at the second episode, and the scene where Jennifer has Cole in her throes. Continue reading “Moments Easily Missed – Blood and Tears”

Moments Easily Missed – Fly Squatting

12 Monkeys is filled with moments between or beyond the dialogue—often the moments easily missed. I’d like to share a few of them with you so that we can fully appreciate them.

Today we’re going back to episode 1×03 “Cassandra Complex” again. And this one’s all about the Pallid Man. Continue reading “Moments Easily Missed – Fly Squatting”

Moments Easily Missed – Don’t Mention The War!

12 Monkeys is filled with moments between or beyond the dialogue—often the moments easily missed. I’d like to share a few of them with you so that we can fully appreciate them.

Today we’re taking a closer look at a little snippet from the season 1 finale again. I know I keep bringing back Peter Outerbridge, but cut me some slack, I like the guy, okay? (Plus, I’ve had coffee with him once, and I have very fond memories.)
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Moments Easily Missed – Unfinished Work

12 Monkeys is filled with moments between or beyond the dialogue—often the moments easily missed. I’d like to share a few of them with you so that we can fully appreciate them.

Today we’re taking a closer look at another theme that spans across the whole first season — the fact that everyone’s working really hard, and the work is just never done. Continue reading “Moments Easily Missed – Unfinished Work”

Moments Easily Missed – You’ll never make it

12 Monkeys is filled with moments between or beyond the dialogue—often the moments easily missed. I’d like to share a few of them with you so that we can fully appreciate them.

Today we’re taking a closer look at episode 1×03 “Cassandra Complex”. You know, the one in Haiti, particularly the scene where Cole runs after Henri. Continue reading “Moments Easily Missed – You’ll never make it”