12 Monkeys was a panel not to be missed. The audience loved the smooth interaction of the cast whom have developed a into a science fiction drama love story and a family loved by millions of viewers who were ecstatic with the three night binge watching event in May of this year!
There is no doubt that the 12 Monkeys panel rocked the entertainment world revealing a few mild season four spoilers, including secrets about the expanded role of gifted and gorgeous (Alisen Down) as The Witness.
Alisen Down in her first 12 Monkeys series appearance at SDCC, attended the panel with beloved cast members Aaron Stanford, beautiful and fabulous actors Amanda Schull and Emily Hampshire, funny has heck Todd Stashwick, and superb 12 Monkeys series creator Terry Matalas.
In addition to sharing fun stories about antics during filming at the 12 Monkeys series production locations, the cast discussed the fourth and final season of this outstanding SYFY series when viewers will once again “splinter” through time travel in an effort to stop the forces of evil and restore the timeline to normalcy.
All agreed they enjoyed the strategy employed for the third season, dovetailing online “Binge Watch” websites including Amazon and Netflix which have enjoyed much success as a result.
The question for lovers of SYFY to consider is whether this represents a new aspect for mainstream cable television broadcasters? This editor for one hopes the answer is yes!
Finally, the fact that the cast knows they are renewed for a fourth season obviously contributed to the casual and fun atmosphere between the panel members. Knowing the future about to “Splinter” the timeline on Earth in 2018 made the 12 Monkeys panel one of the most enjoyable experiences during our fantastic and wonderful journey to San Diego this year!
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