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This series is set after the events of Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991). After the sacrifices of Dr. Miles Dyson and T-800 Model 101 Terminator, the Connors find themselves once again being stalked by Skynet's agents from the future. Realizing their nightmare isn't over, they decide to stop running and focus on preventing the birth of Skynet. With the aid of Cameron Phillips, a beautiful girl who has a mysterious past also linked to the future; Derek Reese, a Tech-Com soldier from the future whose past is linked with the Connors; Riley, a beautiful schoolfriend of John; and FBI Agent James Ellison, who was assigned to capture the Connors but joins them after his own encounter with one of the machines. They begin a quest to stop the United States military and a shadowy conspiracy from the future from creating the program that will stop at nothing to bring humanity to an end.

Official Sites: Official IMDb, Official Facebook |  See more »

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Canceled

Language: English

Release Date: January 13, 2008

Also Known As: ترمينيتور, Терминатор: Дневниците на Сара Конър |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (M), Brazil (14) |  See more »


Plot Keywords

time travel
dysfunctional family
flash forward

Company Credits

Production Co: Bartleby Company, C-2 Pictures |  See more »


Bashir Salahuddin
as School Security Guard
Kristina Apgar
as Cheri Westin
Mark Bloom
as FBI Evidence Clerk
Dean Norris
as Nelson
Paul Schulze
as Carl Greenway
Cornell Womack
as Dr. Walter Ostrowski
Michelle Arthur
as Dana
Chris Ellis
as Hayes
Shirley Manson
as Catherine Weaver
Alex Castillo
as Manny
Jason Rogers
as Cadet
Chad Brummett
as FBI Agent
Roger Guenveur Smith
as Sac Federici
Lionel D. Carson
as Paul
Alexandra Raines Lewinson
as Marty's Mom
Yolanda Lloyd Delgado
as Gail Silver
Carlos Sanz
as Father Armando Bonilla
Rene Heger
as Pyle
Scott Vance
as Detective Kaplan
John Henry Whitaker
as Chet
Leah Pipes
as Jody
Jennifer Chang
as Receptionist
Adam Godley
as The Scientist
Savannah Jayde
as Gina
Laura Regan
as Dr. Felicia Burnett
TJ Kayama
as Minamoto
Chris Sanders
as Zeira Corp Exec
Yuri Lowenthal
as Christopher Garvin
Julie Remala
as Nurse
Glenn Taranto
as Bardo
Todd Stashwick
as Myron Stark/T-888
Sara Leon
as Talkative Child at Museum
Garret Dillahunt
as Cromartie/John Henry/Beast Wizard/George Laszlo
Tony Wilde
as Eric Carlson
John Kelly
as Baldwin
Patrick Faucette
as Administrator
Mary Alexandra Stiefvater
as Young Ruby
Ron Riekki
as Funeral Goer
Ginger Pauley
as Speakeasy Dancer
Becca Sweitzer
as Speakeasy Girl Dancer
Eric Steinberg
as Alex Akagi
Allen Evangelista
as Doug
Tommy Redmond Hicks
as Bradbury
Stephanie Jacobsen
Gary Houston
as Mr. Ferguson
Karina Logue
as Barbara Chamberlain
Brian Bloom
as Carter
Connor Trinneer
as Sheriff Alvan McKinley
Enrico Natale
as Customer
Krishna Cole
as Blake
Lisa Canning
as News Anchor
Johnny Sneed
as Roger Shafer
Jonathan Jackson
as Kyle Reese
Alex Carter
as Ko Samuels
Will Rothhaar
as Martin Bedell
Ramona DuBarry
as Karen
Ryan Kelley
as Derek at 15
Gregory George Frank
as Mall Food Court Patron
Mario Orozco
as Jose 'Spyder'
Danielle Lozeau
as Hero Student
Justin Alston
as Tom Jacobs
Shane Edelman
as Matt Murch
Debra Wilson
as Lilian
Busy Philipps
as Kacy Corbin
Neil Hopkins
as Mr. Harris
Alex Veadov
as Russian Man
David Ortiz
as Guy #1
Sanjay Madhav
as Dr. Manny D'Costa/Mexican
Jeff Leaf
as Helmut
Phil Morris
as Miles Dyson
Aldo Gonzalez
as Cholo #1
Billy Lush
as Eric
Shawn Prince
as Danny Dyson
Samantha Krutzfeldt
as Lauren Fields
Johnny D'Agostino
as Bartender
Sashen Naicker
as Night Tech
Cory Tucker
as Security Stan
Jeanette O'Connor
as Donna Dewitt
Christopher DeMaci
as Photographer
Emilio Rivera
as Mexican Police Chief
Tiya Sircar
as Zoey
Steve Blacksmith
as High School Student
Robert Grant
as Police Officer
Lance Strumpf
as Helicopter Pilot
Dylan Cash
as Byron
Rebecca Creskoff
as Anne Fields
Alicia Benavides
as Waitress
Angela Gots
as Maria
Bill Tangradi
as Pool Attendant
Nathan Sikes
as 1920s Police Officer
Troy Butcher
as Auto Shop Kid
Leven Rambin
as Riley Dawson
David Michie
as Police Officer
Carlos Jacott
as David Fields
Bevin Hamilton
as The Interrogator
Thomas Dekker
as John Connor
Eddie Shin
as Xander Akagi
Ace Gibson
as Slacker
Tim Monsion
as Rupert Chandler
Marcus Chait
as Justin Tuck
Sam Puefua
as Football Captain
Julie Ann Emery
as Nurse Hobson
Sam Ayers
as Worker #3
Joshua Wolf Coleman
as Clark
Linda Shing
as Dolores
Dave Colon
as L.A.P.D Motor Officer
Andre Royo
as Sumner
Bobbi Sue Luther
as Bar Skank
Genia Michaela
as Bank Teller
David Cheaney
as Martin Bedell
Akie Kotabe
as Kendo
Gregory Silva
as Morgue Attendant
Jim Jansen
as Minister
Eros Mendoza
as Valet
Douglas Bennett
as Guard
Ray Conchado
as Security Guard
David Kilde
as Security Guard
Tony Amendola
as Enrique Salceda
Aixa Maldonado
as Hot Dog Vendor
Barry Livingston
as Pete
Bailee Madison
as Little Girl
Cynthia Marie Hruschka
as Bank Manager
Elise Ivy
as Female Student
Kyle Shaw
as Military Cadet #1
Branden Morgan
as Rudolph Valentino
Sokhan Kevin Sar
as Cadet
Erin Fleming
as Goodnow/T-1001
Brian Dennis Hartford
as Sheriff Deputy
Theo Rossi
as Lieutenant Dietze
Eric Callero
as Will Chandler
Susan Floyd
as Stella McCarthy
Jill Remez
as Teacher
Ronnie Connell
as Nicholas
Mitch L. Guy
as Party Kid
Jason Heck
as Seth
Z. Ray Wakeman
as LA Driver
Garland Spencer
as Senior Cadet
Craig Fairbrass
as Fake Sarkissian
Michael Dempsey
as Detective
Dean Winters
as Charley Dixon
Ambrit Millhouse
as Receptionist
Owain Yeoman
as Cromartie
Jamison Jones
as Harrison
Alessandra Torresani
as Jordan Cowan
Clark Koelsch
as Security Guard
Tavia Schwartz
as Restaurant Patron
Javier Grajeda
as Detective
Drew Rausch
as Rick
Larry Cedar
as Detective Crayton
Brian Atkinson
as Highway Guy
Mark Adair-Rios
as Mike
Ralph Cole Jr.
as Male Prostitute
Jon Huertas
as Trevor
Sonya Walger
as Michelle Dixon
Lee Thompson Young
as Agent Stewart
Melinda Bennett
as Speakeasy Dancer
Bernard White
as Sarah's Doctor
Chad Lindberg
as Deputy Simmons
Ali Chen
as Secretary
Edward Conna
as Delivery Hit Man
Massi Furlan
as Delivery Man #2
Bonnie Morgan
as Terminator Rosie
Aaron James Cash
as Terminator
Catherine Dent
as Agent Greta Simpson
Leslie Thurston
as Nurse
Roberto 'Sanz' Sanchez
as Desk Sergeant
Venk Modur
as Zera Corp Member
Mackenzie Brooke Smith
as Savannah Weaver/Kid in Future Underground Camp
Josue Aguirre
as Bobo
Oren Dayan
as Mike Silver
Jessica Makinson
as Mrs. Claire Young
Chad L. Coleman
as Queeg
Troy A. Cephers
as Guard
Charlayne Woodard
as Terissa Dyson
Peter Mensah
as General Perry/Perry
Peggy Ann O'Neal
as FBI Visitor
Deborah Martinez
as News Anchor
Andy Umberger
as Davidson
Will Rodriguez
as Alex
Preston James Hillier
as Security Guard
Aurelius DiBarsanti
as Platoon Member
Matthew Herington
as Bedell's Platoon Member
Danny Socorro Martinez
as Dave
Patrick Kilpatrick
as Triple-Eight Terminator
Sandra Purpuro
as Agent Norgaard
Adam Busch
as Charlie Fischer
Linden Goh
as Fuller
Luisa Vitor
as Receptionist
William Charles Mitchell
as Pastor
Mark Kubr
as Russian Thug #1
Matt McColm
as Vick Chamberlain
Hector Atreyu Ruiz
as Soldier
Michael Hyatt
as Dr. Barbara Morris
Mark Ivanir
as Dmitri Shipkov
Joe Hursley
as Tristan Dewitt
Eric Shackelford
as UFO Conventioneer
Brad Everett Young
as Scared Tourist
Summer Glau
as Cameron Phillips/Allison Young
Laura Lyman
as Camera Assistant
Taira Soo
as Office Manager
Bruno Amato
as Gym Coach
Brian Austin Green
as Derek Reese
Fay Wolf
as Agent Lila Ellison
Danny Parker-Lopes
as Rivera
Claudia Santangelo
as Auto Shop Girl
Vinni Ali'i Mesa
as Employee
John Pyper-Ferguson
as George McCarthy
Ray Chavez
as Old Rebel Soldier
Ron Butler
as Social Worker
Greg Eagles
as Crewman #1
James Urbaniak
as Cafe Manager/Sarkissian
Kade Smith
as Fire Fighter
Jody Jaress
as Ruby
Edoardo Ballerini
as Timms
Kenneth Miller
as Boy
Jillian Armenante
as Rita
Eddie Christian D'Angelo
as The Kid
Sasha Roiz
as Police Officer
Dinah Lenney
as Alan Park/Eileen
Derek Riddell
as Lachlan Weaver
Skyler Gisondo
as Kyle at 8
Ned Bellamy
as Ed Winston
Thomas Garner
as Mourner
Haley Hudson
as Sydney Fields
Omid Abtahi
as Sumner
Nathan Smythe
as Speakeasy Dancer
Alanna Masterson
as Zoe McCarthy
Cameron Van Hoy
as Guy #2
Laura Leyva
as Doctor
Beau Billingslea
as General Hobbs
William Brent
as Marty Bedell
Amy Tolsky
as Housewife
Stephany Jacobsen
as Jesse Flores
Traber Burns
as Chief of Staff
Timothy L. Raynor
as Fisherman
Austin Highsmith Garces
as Debbie
Danny Mora
as Photographer
Khristian Lupo
as Future Terminator
Chris Gann
as T-600
Jen Halperin
as Princess Aqualina
Floriana Lima
as Franny
Lisa Wilhoit
as Sales Assistant
Obren Milanovic
as Bloom
Karen-Eileen Gordon
as Kay
Nick Wechsler
as Deputy Ridge
Jeffrey Pierce
as T-888/Water Delivery Guy
Dorian Harewood
as Dr. Boyd Sherman
Dominic Flores
as Male Nurse
Marcus Collins
as Prizefighter
Luis Chávez
as Morris
Lena Headey
as Sarah Connor
Ilya Jonathan Zaydenberg
as Military Base Guard
Justin Gant
as Mike Thompson
Tina Casciani
as Working Girl
Jake Soldera
as Elevator Boy
Joshua Malina
as Agent Auldridge
Ray Laska
as Governor
Barbara Scolaro
as Stephanie
Jesse Garcia
as Carlos
Lou George
as Fred Jeffers
David Pearl
as Sheriff
Zack Ward
as Wells
Noemi Dunbar
as TV Field Reporter
Richard T. Jones
as James Ellison
Cyd Strittmatter
as Diana Winston
Garvin Funches
as Police Officer
Nicole Pettis
as Secretary
Manny Montana
as Hector
Kit Pongetti
as Victoria
Amro Salama
as Supervisor
Sean Smith
as Dr. David Lyman
Charlene Lovings
as Holly
Adam Wylie
as Henry Douglas, Jr.
Jacob Witkin
as Announcer
Jullian Dulce Vida
as Cop
Alison Martin
as Molly Malloy
William Stanford Davis
as Pastor Jonas
Gina Gallego
as Dr. Martinez
Johnny Todd
as Decoy
Stephen DiCenzo
as Davey
Jonathan Sadowski
as Sayles
Michael David Cheng
as Engineer
Christine Fazzino
as Elevator Parent
Bruce Davison
as Dr. Peter Silberman
James Gleason
as Phil Dewitt
Andrew Ableson
as Moishe
Max Perlich
as Walsh
Jason Grutter
as Police Officer
John De Vito
as Young John
Aurora Antonio
as Wiseass
as Field Reporter
Richard Schiff
as Charles Fischer/Paul Stewart
Gregg Perrie
as Aaron
Arne Starr
as 1920s Man
Nick Drago
as Speakeasy Dancer
Cooper Huckabee
as Salesman
Brendan Hines
as Andy Goode
Keith Pillow
as Mr. Bianchi
Ally Maki
as Student
Dennis Keiffer
as Sarkissian's Thug
Sabrina Perez
as Chola
Brandon Molale
as Big Cop

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2008 | 9 Episodes

Season 2

2008 | 22 Episodes




Awards & NominationsSee more »

Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA 2008


Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA

Best Network Television Series


Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA

Best Actress on Television


Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA

Best Supporting Actress on Television

Online Film & Television Association 2008


Online Film & Television Association

Best Sound in a Series


Online Film & Television Association

Best Visual Effects in a Series

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