12 Monkeys (2015–2018)
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Year of the Monkey 

Cole and Ramse mend their broken friendship while on the run from the Army of the 12 Monkeys. And in the year 2043, Railly and Jones navigate an uncertain future as Deacon and the Twelve command the Temporal Facility.

Director:

David Grossman

Writers:

Terry Matalas (developed by), Travis Fickett (developed by) | 7 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Aaron Stanford ... James Cole
Amanda Schull ... Dr. Cassandra Railly
Kirk Acevedo ... José Ramse
Todd Stashwick ... Deacon
Emily Hampshire ... Jennifer Goines
Barbara Sukowa ... Katarina Jones
Brendan Coyle ... Dr. Benjamin Kalman
Alisen Down ... Striking Woman
Demore Barnes ... Whitley
Andrew Gillies ... Dr. Julian Adler
Scottie Thompson ... Vivian Rutledge
David Richmond-Peck ... Olivia's Agent
Andreas Apergis ... Ghost Man
Billy MacLellan ... Rodell
Brian Quinn ... Dale
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Cole and Ramse mend their broken friendship while on the run from the Army of the 12 Monkeys. And in the year 2043, Railly and Jones navigate an uncertain future as Deacon and the Twelve command the Temporal Facility.

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TV-14
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Release Date:

4 April 2016 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Budapest, Hungary See more »

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BlueDanube Films See more »
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Trivia

The opening recap of Season 1 is narrated by Madeline Stowe, who portrayed Dr. Kathryn Railly in the 1995 movie version. See more »

Quotes

[Deacon has ordered Cassie to stab the guard in the neck]
Deacon: Don't hesitate, don't miss, or we die. Clear?
Dr. Cassandra Railly: I'm a doctor.
Deacon: Believe me when I tell you: 'Do no harm' died 30 years ago.
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Time Is on My Side
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Written by Jerry Ragovoy
Performed by Kai Winding
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Suspending one's belief
20 February 2020 | by kingsx_64See all my reviews

Suspending one's belief is an absolute necessity for a show like this. If you can't, then you'll probably spend your time picking at all the improbables. Since I can, I love this show. In an area where shows get the axe without warning, it's nice to see the writers continuing with the plot line, and not just worrying about their jobs. But one thing I can't rap my head around is the Cassie turning psycho nut job switch. I mean the plot line of Cassie being good in her core was at the very HEART of the entire first season. Hanging around with Deacon for a few months can do this to someone? Naa, I'll pass on that crap. For the actress, I'm sure it's fun to change pace. But for this viewer it doesn't work. First season she says, people don't change. Second season she says, people change.So yea, now I'm confused. And I don't like it. Characters who make 180 personality changes don't usually go over so well. See, Daenerys Targaryen, Game of Thrones. I'd have an easier time seeing a dragon fly across the screen then I do buying this Cassie is now a crazy angry nutjob


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