Syfy's time-travelling cop show Continuum coming back for S2

It’s official: Syfy is bringing Continuum back for a second season, and now we know when the time-traveling sci-fi drama will be back in action.

After spending the last few months on the Monday drama block with Being Human and Lost Girl, the Canadian import will slide over to Friday beginning June 7 at 10 p.m. with its second-season premiere.

The second season will consist of 13 episodes, up from 10 in the first season, and will continue the adventures of future cop Kiera Cameron (Rachel Nichols) as she tracks a terrorist organization in modern-day Vancouver. It’s a smart show, and is just starting to scratch the surface of its intriguing time-travel premise.

During its first season, the series delivered 1.35 million total viewers (644,000 adults 25-54 and 537,000 adults 18-49), ranking No. 6 in adults 25-54 and No. 10 in adults 18-49 among all cable entertainment programs with at least three telecasts in its time period.

Since it’s shot in Vancouver, the series is a who’s who of small screen sci-fi stars. The show features and has featured Victor Webster (Castle), Erik Knudsen (Jericho), Tony Amendola (Stargate SG-1), Lexa Doig (Andromeda), William B. Davis (The X-Files) and Tahmoh Penikett (Battlestar Galactica), among others.

Did you check out season one? Do you plan on watching season two?

You can find Syfy's full press release below:

SYFY’S POPULAR SERIES CONTINUUM WILL RETURN FOR SECOND SEASON

THIRTEEN ALL-NEW EPISODES BEGIN AIRING FRIDAY, JUNE 7

NEW YORK – March 26, 2013 – Syfy has announced its popular time traveling police drama Continuum will return for a second season. The 13 all-new episode season will premiere in its new time period beginning Friday, June 7 at 10PM (ET/PT).

During its first season, Continuum delivered 1.35 million total viewers, 644K Adults 25-54 and 537K Adults 18-49. In its time period, the series ranked #6 in Adults 25-54 and #10 in Adults 18-49 among all cable entertainment programs with at least three telecasts (based on most current data).

New episodes of Continuum pick up after the gripping Season 1 finale when Kiera Cameron (Rachel Nichols/Criminal Minds, Alias) fought a ticking clock to prevent a cataclysmic act of terrorism.

Cameron is a cop from the future who finds herself trapped in the present day, swept along when a group of fanatical terrorists escaped their planned execution in 2077 by vaulting back in time.

Continuum co-stars Victor Webster (Castle, Melrose Place) as detective Carlos Fonnegra and Erik Knudsen (Jericho, Scream 4), who plays teen tech genius Alec Sadler.

Executive producers of Continuum are series creator Simon Barry (The Art of War), Pat Williams (Smallville), and Tom Rowe (Tin Man). Continuum is a Showcase original series and is produced by Reunion Pictures in association with Shaw Media.

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