Watch the new 12 MONKEYS trailer



Were you a fan of the first season (early 2015) of Syfy’s 12 Monkeys?

If so, the trailer promoting the upcoming second season is here to make your day.

Produced by Universal Cable Productions in association with Atlas Entertainment, Syfy’s critically-acclaimed time-travel thriller will return for a second season on Monday, April 18.
12 Monkeys follows the journey of James Cole (Aaron Stanford), a time traveler sent back in time from a dark, hellish future to prevent it from ever happening. Joining forces in the present with Dr. Cassandra Railly (Amanda Schull), Cole must defeat a centuries-old malevolent organization known as the Army of the 12 Monkeys. As Cole, Railly and their unlikely allies get closer to the truth, they’ll learn there are deadly consequences for all of history. (via Coming Soon)
The 13-episode season will air Mondays, with Aaron Stanford, Amanda Schull, Kirk Acevedo (Ramse), Emily Hampshire (Jennifer Goines), Barbara Sukowa (Katarina Jones) and Todd Stashwick (Deacon) reprising their roles.

Terry Matalas and Travis Fickett (Nikita) are executive producers and showrunners, with Charles Roven(Batman v. Superman, Suicide Squad, American Hustle) and Richard Suckle (Suicide Squad, American Hustle, The International) as executive producers.

Atlas Entertainment and Roven produced the original film of 12 Monkeys, which starred Bruce Willis, Brad Pittand Madeline Stowe.

“Syfy’s 12 Monkeys is neither a sequel nor a prequel; it’s a reimagining that begins with the same premise but diverges quickly. In 2043, only remnants of the human race survive as a result of a plague that quickly killed billions 27 years earlier. (Different years in the film; same concept.) Some of those survivors are scientists who manage to decipher time travel, though imperfectly, and they send Cole back to the past to try to thwart the release of the killer virus and thus alter humanity’s grim future. […] That plot point is representative of perhaps the major difference between the film and the TV series. The movie was largely a psychological odyssey for Cole, who never quite embraced his mission or trusted his senses. “I don’t think the human mind is meant to exist in two different — whatever you called it — dimensions,” Mr. Willis’s Cole told the scientists who were sending him ricocheting through time. “It’s very confusing; you don’t know what’s real and what’s not.”” (NY Times)

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