FlashForward

8:00pm – Thursday, November 5 on /A

Also airs at 9 p.m. AT on /A Atlantic and 9 p.m. MT on ACCESS

Mark (Joseph Fiennes), Demetri (John Cho), Gough (Lee Thompson Young) and MI6 agent Fiona Banks (Alex Kingston, ER) investigate a Blue Hand club and its possible connection to some recent suicides. Meanwhile, Aaron (Bran F. O’Byrne) receives a surprise visit from a former army buddy of his late daughter’s, Demetri comes clean with Zoey (Gabrielle Union) about his lack of a flashforward, and Nicole (Peyton List) helps Bryce (Zachary Knighton) uncover the mystery of his flashforward while volunteering at the hospital.

8:00pm – Thursday, October 29 on /A

Also airs at 9 p.m. AT on /A Atlantic and 9 p.m. MT on ACCESS

Mark (Joseph Fiennes), Demetri (John Cho) and Wedeck (Courtney B. Vance) try to find a connection between Janis’ (Christine Woods) attack and a separate attack made on them. Meanwhile, as Halloween approaches, Olivia (Sonya Walger) confronts Mark about his flashforward, Demetri and Gough (Lee Thompson Young) track down a clue that was foreshadowed in Mark’s flashforward, Lloyd’s son, Dylan (Ryan Wynott), goes missing from the hospital, and the elusive Simon (Dominic Monaghan) makes contact with a reluctant acquaintance.

8:00pm – Thursday, October 22 on /A

Also airs at 9 p.m. AT on /A Atlantic and 9 p.m. MT on ACCESS

Mark (Joseph Fiennes) finds himself on the defense while being questioned about the details of his flashforward during a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing, which will decide whether to continue funding Wedeck’s team. Meanwhile, Janis (Christine Woods) wonders how her flashforward will affect her current romantic relationship, and Olivia (Sonya Walger) receives an anonymous message relating to Mark’s flashforward.

8:00pm – Thursday, October 15 on /A

Also airs at 9 p.m. AT on /A Atlantic and 9 p.m. MT on ACCESS

Olivia Sonya Walger struggles to accept Bryce’s (Zachary Knighton) suggestion that a patient’s flashforward holds the key to a correct diagnosis and treatment. Meanwhile, Demetri (John Cho) accuses Mark (Joseph Fiennes) of waiting for the future he saw in his flashforward to come true without incident, while Mark feels Demetri is letting his fear of what he witnessed envelop his life; and Nicole (Peyton List) returns to work as Mark and Olivia’s daughter’s baby-sitter, and discloses her shocking future vision – involving a murder.

8:00pm – Thursday, October 8 on /A

Also airs at 9 p.m. AT on /A Atlantic and 9 p.m. MT on ACCESS

Mark (Joseph Fiennes) and Janis (Christine Woods) travel to Germany to speak with an imprisoned Nazi who claims to have knowledge about the blackouts, and an anonymous tip leads Demetri (John Cho) to believe his deepest fears about his future. Meanwhile, Aaron (Brian O’Bryne) pleads with Mark to help him get the approval to have his daughter’s body exhumed in order to re-test her DNA and confirm the identity of the remains.

8:00pm – Thursday, October 1 on /A

Also airs at 9 p.m. AT on /A Atlantic and 9 p.m. MT on ACCESS

Mark (Joseph Fiennes) and Demetri (John Cho), head to Utah to track down a suspect who may be connected to the global blackout, Olivia (Sonya Walger), comes face-to-face with the man from her vision, and Mark and Olivia’s daughter, Charlie (Lennon Wynn), has trouble coping with the aftermath of her flashforward.

irresistible human stories and science fiction … a philosophic review of a compelling debut

 

In-depth audio interview with FlashForward author Robert J. Sawyer (no spoilers – just lots of great background information)

 

What would the world do if given a glimpse of the future? Would people accept what they saw and live life to its fullest, or would they do everything in their power to change their destiny? Inspired by Canadian author Robert J. Sawyer’s award-winning 1999 novel, the thrilling new hour-long drama FLASHFORWARD airs Thursdays at 8 p.m. ET in simulcast with ABC, beginning September 24 on /A\ (visit Atv.ca to confirm local broadcast times). In one of the most-anticipated new series this fall, an unexplained event knocks out the world’s population for two minutes and seventeen seconds and gives everyone a glimpse of their future, forcing them to come to grips with whether their destinies can be fulfilled or avoided. Sawyer, who has a cameo in the pilot, is serving as a consultant on the series and is also writing an upcoming episode.

Get a glimpse of the future with the FLASHFORWARD trailer, available now on demand on The CTV Video Player at Atv.ca. Encore episodes will also be available on demand the day following the broadcast beginning September 25.

Beginning during the US/Canadian Upfronts last spring and building through last Augusts’ Television Critics Association tour, anticipation for the series has been electric. Media have been unanimous in their acclaim: “ABC’s most intriguing new series…” said the Associated Press; “The fall’s best new show,” said The Buffalo News; “Among the most-awaited new fall TV series, and one that some are calling the next LOST,” said TVGuide.com; “FLASHFORWARD is, quite simply, the most eye-filling, heart-wrenching pilot episode of a new network drama series since LOST,” said Canwest; and FLASHFORWARD “has hit written all over it,” said The Globe and Mail.

In the series premiere episode, “No More Good Days” (Thursday, September 24 at 8 p.m. ET on /A\), it’s just another normal day in Los Angeles. FBI agent Mark Benford (Joseph Fiennes, Shakespeare in Love) and his partner, Demetri Noh (John Cho, Star Trek) are in the midst of a car chase monitored by their boss, Stanford Wedeck (Courtney B. Vance, LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT) and colleague Janis Hawk (Christine Woods, COLD CASE); Mark’s wife, Dr. Olivia Benford (Sonya Walger, LOST), is in the middle of surgery; Dr. Bryce Varley (Zachary Knighton, BONES) is weighing a potentially life-ending decision; Mark’s friend, Aaron Stark (Brian F. O’Byrne, The International), is working high above the ground on power lines; and Nicole (Peyton List, MAD MEN) — baby-sitter to Mark and Olivia’s daughter, Charlie — is in the throes of passion with her boyfriend when suddenly and without warning, every person on Earth blacks out for two minutes and seventeen seconds and sees a series of events from their own future, taking place on April 29, 2010 at 10:00 p.m., Pacific Time.

As the world attempts to come to grips with what happened, people eventually begin chronicling what they saw in their flashforwards on a worldwide website — the Mosaic Collective — that will further draw people together. And some of the flashforwards just might help Mark and his colleagues piece together the cause of the blackout. Knowing their fate will alter each person’s life in one way or another and poses the questions: Can destiny be changed? And by changing just one destiny, what effect would that have on those of others? For some the future will be joyous and hopeful, for others, shockingly unexpected, and for a few, it simply doesn’t seem to exist.

FLASHFORWARD also stars Jack Davenport as Lloyd Simcoe (SWINGTOWN) and Dominic Monaghan as Simon (LOST).

8:00pm – Thursday, September 24 on /A

Also airs at 9 p.m. AT on /A Atlantic and 9 p.m. MT on ACCESS

The series premiere episode begins in Los Angeles, where FBI agent Mark Benford (Joseph Fiennes) and his partner, Demetri Noh (John Cho), are in the middle of a car chase monitored by their boss, Stanford Wedeck (Courtney B. Vance), and colleague Janis Hawk (Christine Woods). Mark’s wife, Dr. Olivia Benford (Sonya Walger), is in the middle of surgery, Dr. Bryce Varley (Zachary Knighton) is weighing a potentially life-ending decision, Mark’s friend, Aaron Stark (Brian O’Bryne), is working high above the ground on power lines and Nicole Kirby (Peyton List) — baby-sitter to Mark and Olivia’s daughter, Charlie (Lennon Wynn) — is in the throes of passion with her boyfriend. Suddenly, and without warning, every person on Earth blacks out for two minutes and seventeen seconds and sees a series of events from their own future, taking place on April 29, 2010 at 10:00 p.m., Pacific Time. For some the future will be joyous and hopeful; for others, shockingly unexpected; and for a few, it simply doesn’t seem to exist.