Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles

Series Summary
Tired of fleeing from both killers from the future and law officers in the present day, Sarah Connor resolves to go on the offensive against whatever new technological enemies may travel back in time to murder her teen son, John, who is destined to become the savior of mankind. Sarah and John find unexpected allies in Cameron, an enigmatic student at John's school, and FBI agent James Ellison.

Air Dates: 2008 - Present

Genres: Drama, Science fiction, Action

Network: FOX

  • Season 2, Ep. 22 : Born to RunApr 10, 2009

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    A confrontation with Weaver shakes John to the core and forever changes his reality.

  • Season 2, Ep. 21 : Adam Raised a CainApr 3, 2009

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    John tries to rescue Skynet's latest target; Ellison and Sarah reunite; Ellison's secrets are uncovered.

  • Season 2, Ep. 20 : To the LighthouseMar 27, 2009

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    Sarah, fearing for her life, hides John in a safe house with the only person she feels she can trust (Dean Winters); Cameron and Derek struggle to work together after she reveals a big secret.

  • Season 2, Ep. 19 : Today Is the DayMar 20, 2009

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    Jesse's submarine mission in the future takes a fatal turn with unforeseen consequences in the present for John, Sarah and Derek; Cameron has become a liability and Sarah must deal with her; John makes a life-or-death decision.

  • Season 2, Ep. 18 : Today Is the DayMar 13, 2009

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    Jesse has a flashback to a mission aboard her submarine, the Jimmy Carter; John and Sarah make plans to leave their house.

ratings & reviews

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  • The Sarah Connor Chronicles" begins as an intense, thoughtful, exciting, fun spectacle. The first episode will kick your ass. Show More

  • Happily, viewers have less of a challenge in picking up the somewhat complex story line that continues from the "Terminator" movies. Newcomers won't be any more confused than they are by any time-travel adventure. Show More

  • Despite lacking the trashy allure of "House" or "24," its sporadic inventiveness within the realm of the Terminator universe makes it agonizingly interesting--moderately brilliant in spurts before reverting to the same old clichés. Show More

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