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Tuesday 1 June, 10:00pm on Fiver

The hit US drama concludes on Five this week. When a mysterious event causes the entire world to black out, humanity is given a glimpse into the near future. In this episode, it is April 29 – the day seen in the flashforwards. Mark uncovers the date of the next blackout, and Simon and Demetri attempt to prevent it from happening. The high-concept sci-fi drama is based on author Robert J Sawyer’s revolutionary novel. The series is executive produced by David S Goyer (visionary co-writer of ‘Batman Begins’ and ‘The Dark Knight’) and Brannon Braga (’24’, ‘Star Trek: Enterprise’). Joseph Fiennes (‘Shakespeare in Love’) plays FBI agent and recovering alcoholic Mark Benford. John Cho (‘Star Trek’, ‘Harold & Kumar Get the Munchies’) is Mark’s sidekick, Agent Demetri Noh. Sonya Walger (‘Lost’, ‘Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles’) plays Mark’s wife, surgeon Dr Olivia Benford. Jack Davenport (‘This Life’, ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’) plays struggling single father Lloyd Simcoe. Dominic Monaghan (‘Lost’, ‘The Lord of the Rings’) appears as Lloyd’s colleague, the mysterious Simon Campos.The ensemble cast also includes Christine Woods as Agent Janis Hawk, Courtney B Vance (‘Law & Order: Criminal Intent’, ‘ER’) as FBI boss Stanford Wedeck and Peyton List (‘Mad Men’) as babysitter Nicole Kirby. Brian F O’Byrne plays Mark’s friend Aaron Stark, and Zachary Knighton appears as Dr Bryce Varley. This week, it is April 29 – the date foreseen by billions of people across the world. As everyone waits to see if their visions are about to come true, Mark discovers the date of the next blackout. In a desperate attempt to prevent a second flashforward, Simon and Demetri break into the NLAP mainframe.

Monday 31 May, 9:00pm on Five

The hit US drama concludes on Five this week. When a mysterious event causes the entire world to black out, humanity is given a glimpse into the near future. In this episode, it is April 29 – the day seen in the flashforwards. Mark uncovers the date of the next blackout, and Simon and Demetri attempt to prevent it from happening. The high-concept sci-fi drama is based on author Robert J Sawyer’s revolutionary novel. The series is executive produced by David S Goyer (visionary co-writer of ‘Batman Begins’ and ‘The Dark Knight’) and Brannon Braga (’24’, ‘Star Trek: Enterprise’). Joseph Fiennes (‘Shakespeare in Love’) plays FBI agent and recovering alcoholic Mark Benford. John Cho (‘Star Trek’, ‘Harold & Kumar Get the Munchies’) is Mark’s sidekick, Agent Demetri Noh. Sonya Walger (‘Lost’, ‘Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles’) plays Mark’s wife, surgeon Dr Olivia Benford. Jack Davenport (‘This Life’, ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’) plays struggling single father Lloyd Simcoe. Dominic Monaghan (‘Lost’, ‘The Lord of the Rings’) appears as Lloyd’s colleague, the mysterious Simon Campos.The ensemble cast also includes Christine Woods as Agent Janis Hawk, Courtney B Vance (‘Law & Order: Criminal Intent’, ‘ER’) as FBI boss Stanford Wedeck and Peyton List (‘Mad Men’) as babysitter Nicole Kirby. Brian F O’Byrne plays Mark’s friend Aaron Stark, and Zachary Knighton appears as Dr Bryce Varley. This week, it is April 29 – the date foreseen by billions of people across the world. As everyone waits to see if their visions are about to come true, Mark discovers the date of the next blackout. In a desperate attempt to prevent a second flashforward, Simon and Demetri break into the NLAP mainframe.

Drama series FlashForward is close to being cancelled by its American network.

ABC has said the chances of the show, which follows the events before and after a global blackout, being renewed are “less than 50-50”.

While the show has enjoyed considerable success internationally, it has performed poorly of late stateside, which has led to the network seriously considering axing it.

Its saving grace may be the fact that is successful off-shore and holds relatively low production costs.

Fans of the show will have to wait until next week to learn of the show’s fate at the TV networks Upfronts.

Source: Digital Spy

 

Tuesday 11 May, 10:00pm on Fiver

The hit US drama continues. When a mysterious event causes the entire world to black out, humanity is given a glimpse into the near future. In this episode, Mark must do everything in his power to protect Gabriel, Aaron locates his daughter’s captors and Janis is ordered to kill a fellow agent. The high-concept sci-fi drama is based on author Robert J Sawyer’s revolutionary novel. The series is executive produced by David S Goyer (visionary co-writer of ‘Batman Begins’ and ‘The Dark Knight’) and Brannon Braga (’24’, ‘Star Trek: Enterprise’). Joseph Fiennes (‘Shakespeare in Love’) plays FBI agent and recovering alcoholic Mark Benford, the head of the team investigating the blackout. John Cho (‘Star Trek’, ‘Harold & Kumar Get the Munchies’) is Mark’s sidekick, Agent Demetri Noh. Sonya Walger (‘Lost’, ‘Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles’) plays Mark’s wife, surgeon Dr Olivia Benford. Jack Davenport (‘This Life’, ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’) plays struggling single father Lloyd Simcoe. Dominic Monaghan (‘Lost’, ‘The Lord of the Rings’) appears as Lloyd’s colleague, the mysterious Simon Campos. The ensemble cast also includes Christine Woods as Agent Janis Hawk, Courtney B Vance (‘Law & Order: Criminal Intent’, ‘ER’) as FBI boss Stanford Wedeck and Peyton List (‘Mad Men’) as babysitter Nicole Kirby. Brian F O’Byrne plays Mark’s friend Aaron Stark, and Zachary Knighton appears as Dr Bryce Varley. This week, it is April 28th, the day before the prophesied flashforward date. As people around the world wait to see if their visions of the future will come true, Mark must do everything he can to protect Gabriel. Aaron locates his daughter’s captors and puts his life on the line to launch a rescue attempt. Simon meets the head of the shadowy organisation that might be behind the blackout, and Janis is ordered to kill a fellow agent.

Tuesday 11 May, 10:00pm on Fiver

The hit US drama continues. When a mysterious event causes the entire world to black out, humanity is given a glimpse into the near future. In this episode, Demetri and Agent Banks attempt to track down a killer, Mark reluctantly agrees to help Simon find his sister Annabelle, and the FBI team discovers the true identity of Suspect Zero. The high-concept sci-fi drama is based on author Robert J Sawyer’s revolutionary novel. The series is executive produced by David S Goyer (visionary co-writer of ‘Batman Begins’ and ‘The Dark Knight’) and Brannon Braga (’24’, ‘Star Trek: Enterprise’). Joseph Fiennes (‘Shakespeare in Love’) plays FBI agent and recovering alcoholic Mark Benford, the head of the team investigating the blackout. John Cho (‘Star Trek’, ‘Harold & Kumar Get the Munchies’) is Mark’s sidekick, Agent Demetri Noh. Sonya Walger (‘Lost’, ‘Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles’) plays Mark’s wife, surgeon Dr Olivia Benford. Jack Davenport (‘This Life’, ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’) plays struggling single father Lloyd Simcoe. Dominic Monaghan (‘Lost’, ‘The Lord of the Rings’) appears as Lloyd’s colleague, the mysterious Simon Campos. The ensemble cast also includes Christine Woods as Agent Janis Hawk, Courtney B Vance (‘Law & Order: Criminal Intent’, ‘ER’) as FBI boss Stanford Wedeck and Peyton List (‘Mad Men’) as babysitter Nicole Kirby. Brian F O’Byrne plays Mark’s friend Aaron Stark, and Zachary Knighton appears as Dr Bryce Varley. This week, Demetri and Agent Banks (Alex Kingston, ‘ER’, ‘Doctor Who’) attempt to track down a killer as a number of people who thought they had escaped their fates are found dead. Mark reluctantly agrees to help Simon find his sister Annabelle, and the FBI team discovers the true identity of Suspect Zero. Elsewhere, Nicole learns the whereabouts of Keiko – the woman in Bryce’s flashforward – but struggles with whether to share this information, due to her growing feelings for him.

Monday 10 May, 9:00pm on Five

The hit US drama continues. When a mysterious event causes the entire world to black out, humanity is given a glimpse into the near future. In this episode, Mark must do everything in his power to protect Gabriel, Aaron locates his daughter’s captors and Janis is ordered to kill a fellow agent. The high-concept sci-fi drama is based on author Robert J Sawyer’s revolutionary novel. The series is executive produced by David S Goyer (visionary co-writer of ‘Batman Begins’ and ‘The Dark Knight’) and Brannon Braga (’24’, ‘Star Trek: Enterprise’). Joseph Fiennes (‘Shakespeare in Love’) plays FBI agent and recovering alcoholic Mark Benford, the head of the team investigating the blackout. John Cho (‘Star Trek’, ‘Harold & Kumar Get the Munchies’) is Mark’s sidekick, Agent Demetri Noh. Sonya Walger (‘Lost’, ‘Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles’) plays Mark’s wife, surgeon Dr Olivia Benford. Jack Davenport (‘This Life’, ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’) plays struggling single father Lloyd Simcoe. Dominic Monaghan (‘Lost’, ‘The Lord of the Rings’) appears as Lloyd’s colleague, the mysterious Simon Campos. The ensemble cast also includes Christine Woods as Agent Janis Hawk, Courtney B Vance (‘Law & Order: Criminal Intent’, ‘ER’) as FBI boss Stanford Wedeck and Peyton List (‘Mad Men’) as babysitter Nicole Kirby. Brian F O’Byrne plays Mark’s friend Aaron Stark, and Zachary Knighton appears as Dr Bryce Varley. This week, it is April 28th, the day before the prophesied flashforward date. As people around the world wait to see if their visions of the future will come true, Mark must do everything he can to protect Gabriel. Aaron locates his daughter’s captors and puts his life on the line to launch a rescue attempt. Simon meets the head of the shadowy organisation that might be behind the blackout, and Janis is ordered to kill a fellow agent.

Monday 10 May, 9:00pm on Five

The hit US drama continues. When a mysterious event causes the entire world to black out, humanity is given a glimpse into the near future. In this episode, Demetri and Agent Banks attempt to track down a killer, Mark reluctantly agrees to help Simon find his sister Annabelle, and the FBI team discovers the true identity of Suspect Zero. The high-concept sci-fi drama is based on author Robert J Sawyer’s revolutionary novel. The series is executive produced by David S Goyer (visionary co-writer of ‘Batman Begins’ and ‘The Dark Knight’) and Brannon Braga (’24’, ‘Star Trek: Enterprise’). Joseph Fiennes (‘Shakespeare in Love’) plays FBI agent and recovering alcoholic Mark Benford, the head of the team investigating the blackout. John Cho (‘Star Trek’, ‘Harold & Kumar Get the Munchies’) is Mark’s sidekick, Agent Demetri Noh. Sonya Walger (‘Lost’, ‘Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles’) plays Mark’s wife, surgeon Dr Olivia Benford. Jack Davenport (‘This Life’, ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’) plays struggling single father Lloyd Simcoe. Dominic Monaghan (‘Lost’, ‘The Lord of the Rings’) appears as Lloyd’s colleague, the mysterious Simon Campos. The ensemble cast also includes Christine Woods as Agent Janis Hawk, Courtney B Vance (‘Law & Order: Criminal Intent’, ‘ER’) as FBI boss Stanford Wedeck and Peyton List (‘Mad Men’) as babysitter Nicole Kirby. Brian F O’Byrne plays Mark’s friend Aaron Stark, and Zachary Knighton appears as Dr Bryce Varley. This week, Demetri and Agent Banks (Alex Kingston, ‘ER’, ‘Doctor Who’) attempt to track down a killer as a number of people who thought they had escaped their fates are found dead. Mark reluctantly agrees to help Simon find his sister Annabelle, and the FBI team discovers the true identity of Suspect Zero. Elsewhere, Nicole learns the whereabouts of Keiko – the woman in Bryce’s flashforward – but struggles with whether to share this information, due to her growing feelings for him.

Tuesday 4 May, 10:00pm on Fiver

The hit US drama continues. When a mysterious event causes the entire world to black out, humanity is given a glimpse into the near future. In this episode, Olivia receives some disturbing news from Gabriel, and Janis continues to work as a mole. The high-concept sci-fi drama is based on author Robert J Sawyer’s revolutionary novel. The series is executive produced by David S Goyer (visionary co-writer of ‘Batman Begins’ and ‘The Dark Knight’) and Brannon Braga (’24’, ‘Star Trek: Enterprise’). Joseph Fiennes (‘Shakespeare in Love’) plays FBI agent and recovering alcoholic Mark Benford, the head of the team investigating the blackout. John Cho (‘Star Trek’, ‘Harold & Kumar Get the Munchies’) is Mark’s sidekick, Agent Demetri Noh. Sonya Walger (‘Lost’, ‘Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles’) plays Mark’s wife, surgeon Dr Olivia Benford. Jack Davenport (‘This Life’, ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’) plays struggling single father Lloyd Simcoe. Dominic Monaghan (‘Lost’, ‘The Lord of the Rings’) appears as Lloyd’s colleague, the mysterious Simon Campos. The ensemble cast also includes Christine Woods as Agent Janis Hawk, Courtney B Vance (‘Law & Order: Criminal Intent’, ‘ER’) as FBI boss Stanford Wedeck and Peyton List (‘Mad Men’) as babysitter Nicole Kirby. Brian F O’Byrne plays Mark’s friend Aaron Stark, and Zachary Knighton appears as Dr Bryce Varley. This week, Janis continues to thwart the work of her FBI colleagues as she relays information to her mysterious employer. Olivia is given some disturbing news by Gabriel (James Callis, ‘Battlestar Galactica’), who has been subjected to numerous flashforwards. Aaron puts his life in danger when he tries to blend in with the locals as he continues to search for his daughter in Afghanistan.

Monday 3 May, 9:00pm on Five

The hit US drama continues. When a mysterious event causes the entire world to black out, humanity is given a glimpse into the near future. In this episode, Olivia receives some disturbing news from Gabriel, and Janis continues to work as a mole. The high-concept sci-fi drama is based on author Robert J Sawyer’s revolutionary novel. The series is executive produced by David S Goyer (visionary co-writer of ‘Batman Begins’ and ‘The Dark Knight’) and Brannon Braga (’24’, ‘Star Trek: Enterprise’). Joseph Fiennes (‘Shakespeare in Love’) plays FBI agent and recovering alcoholic Mark Benford, the head of the team investigating the blackout. John Cho (‘Star Trek’, ‘Harold & Kumar Get the Munchies’) is Mark’s sidekick, Agent Demetri Noh. Sonya Walger (‘Lost’, ‘Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles’) plays Mark’s wife, surgeon Dr Olivia Benford. Jack Davenport (‘This Life’, ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’) plays struggling single father Lloyd Simcoe. Dominic Monaghan (‘Lost’, ‘The Lord of the Rings’) appears as Lloyd’s colleague, the mysterious Simon Campos. The ensemble cast also includes Christine Woods as Agent Janis Hawk, Courtney B Vance (‘Law & Order: Criminal Intent’, ‘ER’) as FBI boss Stanford Wedeck and Peyton List (‘Mad Men’) as babysitter Nicole Kirby. Brian F O’Byrne plays Mark’s friend Aaron Stark, and Zachary Knighton appears as Dr Bryce Varley. This week, Janis continues to thwart the work of her FBI colleagues as she relays information to her mysterious employer. Olivia is given some disturbing news by Gabriel (James Callis, ‘Battlestar Galactica’), who has been subjected to numerous flashforwards. Aaron puts his life in danger when he tries to blend in with the locals as he continues to search for his daughter in Afghanistan.

Tuesday 27 April, 10:00pm on Fiver

The hit US drama continues. When a mysterious event causes the entire world to black out, humanity is given a glimpse into the near future. In this episode, Demetri’s life hangs in the balance and Olivia learns the identity of the person who texted her about Mark’s drinking. The high-concept sci-fi drama is based on author Robert J Sawyer’s revolutionary novel. The series is executive produced by David S Goyer (visionary cowriter of ‘Batman Begins’ and ‘The Dark Knight’) and Brannon Braga (’24’, ‘Star Trek: Enterprise’). Joseph Fiennes (‘Shakespeare in Love’) plays FBI agent and recovering alcoholic Mark Benford, the head of the team investigating the blackout. John Cho (‘Star Trek’, ‘Harold & Kumar Get the Munchies’) is Mark’s sidekick, Agent Demetri Noh. Sonya Walger (‘Lost’, ‘Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles’) plays Mark’s wife, surgeon Dr Olivia Benford. Jack Davenport (‘This Life’, ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’) plays struggling single father Lloyd Simcoe. Dominic Monaghan (‘Lost’, ‘The Lord of the Rings’) appears as Lloyd’s colleague, the mysterious Simon Campos. The ensemble cast also includes Christine Woods as Agent Janis Hawk, Courtney B Vance (‘Law & Order: Criminal Intent’, ‘ER’) as FBI boss Stanford Wedeck and Peyton List (‘Mad Men’) as babysitter Nicole Kirby. Brian F O’Byrne plays Mark’s friend Aaron Stark, and Zachary Knighton appears as Dr Bryce Varley. This week, Mark and his team race against the clock to find Demetri and save his life. Terror suspect Alda Herzog promises to give Zoey information on Demetri’s location – but at a very high price. Elsewhere, Olivia learns the identity of the person who sent her a text message informing her that Mark was drinking in his flashforward.

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