Air Date: September 17th, 2012
A group of citizens sets out to find what caused technology to stop working 15 years earlier.
Genres: Drama, Science fiction
Season 2 - Episode 22 : Declaration of Independence May 21, 2014
Miles, Charlie and Monroe attack the Patriots but must come up with a new plan to prevent war between California and Texas; Aaron and Rachel's efforts to save Priscilla have unexpected consequences.
Season 2 - Episode 21 : Memorial Day May 14, 2014
Monroe and Neville come to a tenuous alliance; while searching for Aaron, Rachel is faced with the nano-tech; a plan to steal mustard gas goes awry.
Season 2 - Episode 20 : Tomorrowland May 7, 2014
Truman launches a mustard gas attack against Miles and Monroe; Miles agrees to join Monroe in a ruthless scheme to beat the Patriots; Aaron becomes increasingly alarmed over the nanotech's power.
Season 2 - Episode 19 : $ ... Happens Apr 30, 2014
Miles is separated from the group during a confrontation with Texas rangers; Neville demands information about Jason's location; Aaron makes a discovery.
Season 2 - Episode 18 : Austin City Limits Apr 2, 2014
Frustrated with his father, Jason brings Miles important information about the Patriots; Miles, Monroe, Jason, Charlie and Connor set off to thwart the Patriots' plans; Priscilla's behavior draws Aaron's suspicion.
The clash between the callow and the compelling set off an ongoing debate between the hopeful part of my brain, which wants to like a sci-fi-ish show dreamed up by executive producers J.J. Abrams and Eric Kripke, and the scarred part of my brain, which has been burned dozens of times by genre-flavoroed shows that had interesting elements or cast members but also disappointing executions and annoying younger characters. Show More
A cool premise can only take a show so far, and there's some work to do on the character front to make the show worthy of using all available technology not to miss. Show More
If you like dark action-adventure with a deep mythology, you may enjoy this suspenseful hour, intended to perplex as it entertains. For some viewers, however, the questions will get in the way. Show More