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“Terra Nova” 1.01 Screencaptures
Hey everybody! I know these are really late and I apologize but I had some issues with getting access to the site. Now that everything is fixed I’ve added screencaptures of the pilot episode of Terra Nova to the gallery thanks to Holly. Hope you like them! The episode was fantastic and I can’t wait to see more.
Allison and her Terra Nova co-star Landon Liboiron are featured in this year’s Nylon TV issue. You may remember that Allison was featured in the 2008 issue as well (for the way too early cancelled NBC show Kings)! Make sure to pick up your own copy of Nylon September as it features many promising up and comers for this fall season!
What Is It? Fox’s expensive, much-hyped (and long-delayed) adventure series about a family from a miserable future Earth who travels back to the time of dinosaurs, to live with a group of colonists attempting to “start over” in a paradise infused with danger. Steven Spielberg executive produces.
When Is It On? It premieres with a two-hour movie on September 26th, airing on Mondays at 8 PM thereafter.
Should You Watch It? You will no matter what we say! It’s broad, and there’s too much clichéd family drama and not enough dinosaurs. But it’s got that premise to die for, and while the pilot isn’t as great as it could’ve been, it’s also much better than it might’ve been. Last January we asked Brannon Braga, the show’s creator if there might be a gay character. He said there wasn’t, but it was still early in the show’s development. We checked back with him this month, and, nope, still nothing.
How ‘Terra Nova’ will avoid ‘the butterfly effect’
So wait: If Terra Nova has people from the future going back in time to give humanity a second chance, how will they avoid mucking up the future through everything they do?
Producers have added an element into the show’s heavily reworked pilot to help answer all those pesky issues, which TV critics at Fox’s press tour grilled producers about during the network’s last press tour (back when we all thought Terra Nova was going to debut in May).
“So many people had the idea they were going back to change history, we wanted to change that,” said executive producer Rene Echevarria.
In the show, we learn they’re not going back into our past, but are on Earth during a “different time stream” — so nothing they do impacts the future. ”They’re colonists,” said Echevarria.
“We’ve always planned to address those issues,” added said exec prod Brannon Braga. “You’ve got to make sure you don’t have any holes due to the butterfly effect.”
Which doesn’t mean that living alongside dinosaurs won’t present a potential problem in a million years or so. ”There’s an asteroid coming — in a while,” Braga said. “But one of the cool things about the show is they have futuristic technology that we don’t have today. So they’re a little more prepared to deal with that.”
What about cave men?
“Early Man have not appeared yet,” Braga said, noting it takes place 85 million years ago.
Yesterday Allison was in attendance at the FOX All-Star Party for the upcoming Fall 2011/2012 TV season. Unfortunately I have only been able to find five pictures of her so far but hopefully more will find their way online soon!