Journeyman 1 Season 2007

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Season 1
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Just as things heat up between Dan and Katie Vasser, Dan pulls one of his disappearing acts, traveling eighteen years into the past.

Starring:
Kevin McKidd, Gretchen Egolf
Runtime:
43 minutes
Original air date:
October 8, 2007

Game Three

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Season 1
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    1. Pilot - A Love of a Lifetime Dan Vasser, a San Francisco newspaper reporter and family man, inexplicably begins to travel through time and changes the course of people's lives.

    TV-14 43min September 24, 2007
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    2. Friendly Skies Dan finds himself wondering if he imagined his time traveling journeys and decides to get an MRI.

    TV-14 42min October 1, 2007
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    3. Game Three Just as things heat up between Dan and Katie Vasser, Dan pulls one of his disappearing acts, traveling eighteen years into the past.

    TV-14 43min October 8, 2007
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    4. The Year of the Rabbit Katie prepares for her big charity gala but is devastated when Dan goes missing.

    TV-14 43min October 15, 2007
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    5. The Legend of Dylan McCleen Dan travels back in time and begins tracking an ex-army ranger who hijacked a huge sum of money for a good cause.

    TV-14 43min October 22, 2007
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    6. Keepers Dan’s latest journey sends him to help two brothers scarred by their father's abuse.

    TV-14 43min October 29, 2007
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    7. Double Down Much to Dan's dislike, Katie considers going back to work as a television journalist. Dan travels back in time to protect a witness from certain death.

    TV-14 41min November 5, 2007
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    8. Winterland Dan journeys back into the past to a "key party" where he meets a young hippie girl involved in a deadly crime.

    TV-14 42min November 12, 2007
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    9. Emily Dan travels back to the early 90's where he seems to be tracking a serial kidnapper.

    TV-14 42min November 19, 2007
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    10. Blowback The dangerous kidnapper Aeden Bennett is back and Dan learns a difficult lesson about what happens when he goes off mission.

    TV-14 43min November 26, 2007
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    11. Home By Another Way Layoffs hit Dan's office on Christmas eve and he is forced to travel back in time to save the newspaper.

    TV-14 44min December 10, 2007
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    12. The Hanged Man Dan's travels take him into an RV hanging off of a cliff just in time to try and save a mother and son.

    TV-14 42min December 17, 2007
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    13. Perfidia Dan travels a few months into the past to discover a man named Evan who claims he too is a time traveler.

    TV-14 42min December 19, 2007

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67 of 67 people found the following review helpful By Irishman65 on March 5, 2008
Format: DVD
Journeyman was a well-thought out concept but unfortunately took time to build. Each week the characters grew in depth and the storyline demonstrated an unexpected, but much appreciated, complexity. The creative minds behind the show seemed to actually consider, what would happen to a person's everyday life if something trully unusual was to happen to them. It is not surprising that in the current climate and with a writer's strike, the show was not given time the find a solid, core audience. The show is most definitely worth the time investment. I found myself going from blase about watching it, to fully invested. An added plus, is that although the show does not come to a definitive conclusion, it leaves off at a point which is satisfying rather than with a frustrating cliff-hanger.
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50 of 51 people found the following review helpful By George Washington on February 18, 2008
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Finally! A show on commercial tv that I looked forward to watching. I planned my week around Monday night. Yes, Journeyman was on the order of Quantum Leap, probably a lot like New Amsterdam, which will start soon. But it was sci-fi at its best, and it didnt seem like sci-fi. Anyone that saw it liked it. It was plausible. It could really happen. Maybe it really is happening.

A man who went back in time with a specific job to do. A woman from the past going to the future to help with the job. There was a connection between them. Yet they weren't meant to be together as a couple. They had a job to do that would generally atone for the mistakes of fate. We were just learning about it. There was so much more I wanted to know.

And the side stories were appropriate, interesting and weren't just filler. The characters grew quickly. I liked them, ALL of them. (Well, maybe not the now-dead detective.) It was well written. The characters had depth and maybe that's why I liked them.

The show just snuck up on you and bang, you were hooked. And bang, NBC took it off the air. I heard BBC tv was going to pick up the 13 episodes. Maybe the Sci-Fi channel will resurrect it. If it does, I'll be there. When the DVD comes out, I'll be there. And as far as commercial tv? Cable. I'll be there.
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47 of 49 people found the following review helpful By WJR on February 17, 2008
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In September of 2007, NBC came out with a show that completely blew me away, that show was called "Journeyman." I fell in love with the storyline and the creative build up of each character that strongly presented the importance of each character in the show. In case you recall the show Quantum Leap from the early 90's, it is based along those same lines, but nowhere near as simple and hokey as Quantum Leap. Journeyman is complex & dark, it makes you think and it keeps you on the edge of your seat. Journeyman has much better writing, acting and an attractive & romantic dark mystery to the overall life of the story.

Unfortunately, your average American TV viewer does not like to think and would rather see some idiot win a date with some hired "B" class actress on some stupid reality show, than watch a show that makes your brain work; so the ratings were low and NBC dropped the show after its first season.

Overall, Journeyman is one of tbe BEST scifi shows of all times.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Michael A. Scibetta on May 16, 2008
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I thought for sure when the writer's strike started to affect what was being aired that they would rerun this entire series in the hopes of capturing a new audience. I was hooked, right out of the gate, and enjoyed the entire series. I could not believe it when I heard it got canceled, although they did a good job of tying up most of the loose ends and "ending" the series. Not to say that a second season couldn't have been possible. It's a shame this series wasn't given a fighting chance.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Georgia Pat on May 20, 2008
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Journeyman was one of my favorite new shows for the 2007-2008 season. The others were Moonlight, New Amsterdam, and (new to me) Jericho, all exciting and intriguing "must see" shows that were cancelled.

The best part of Journeyman was the character development. Nobody in the show is perfect, and they and their relationships seemed very real to me. For a fantasy show, I must have that to invest myself in the story, and the writers and actors did an exceptional job.

I'd love to see Journeyman picked up by another network.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Woman in a Strange Land on December 23, 2007
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This show first developed the backgrounds of the characters really well and added the sci-fi elements as a spice to the series. The creaters of the show have selected "family members" of the main characters "Dan & Katie" who manage to be very similar in features to the two main characters. I think the show has done a superb job of recreating the past of San Francisco and the cultural elements of the years that the main character, Dan, travels too. The stories flow together creating a nice arc of the family interactions and current cultural dynamics mixed with good sci-fi based on quantium theory that the viewer can actually believe. There is a balance between the good that Dan does and the sinister aspect of being watched by the government in recent story lines. While each show can be a stand alone episode, I enjoy watching this show and learning more about the characters' challenges with the concepts of Sci-fi that influence the show each week. It's also nice to see a family demonstrating love and support of each other for a change.
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