Terra Nova (TV series)
|Developed by||Mitch Kramer|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||13 (list of episodes)|
|Producer(s)||Mark H. Ovitz|
|Running time||44 minutes|
|Picture format||HDTV 720p|
|Audio format||Dolby Digital 5.1|
|First shown in||United States|
|Original release||September 26 – December 19, 2011|
Terra Nova (English: New Earth) is an American science fiction drama television series. It aired one season from September 26 to December 19, 2011. The series documents the Shannon family’s experiences as they establish themselves as members of a colony, set up 85 million years in the earth’s past, fleeing the dystopian overpopulated and hyperpolluted present of the mid-22nd century. The series is based on an idea by British writer Kelly Marcel and was executive produced by Steven Spielberg. On March 5, 2012, Fox announced that it would end the series.
The series is initially set in A.D. 2149, when overpopulation and declining air quality threaten all life on Earth. When scientists discover a temporal rift permitting (one-way) human transmission, they initiate a series of “pilgrimages” to a parallel “time stream” resembling Earth’s Cretaceous Period. The series focuses primarily on police officer James “Jim” Shannon, his wife Elisabeth, and their three children Josh, Maddy, and Zoë, as they join the colony there, named “Terra Nova” (Latin for “New Earth” or “New World”).
Elisabeth Shannon is chosen to join Terra Nova for her medical expertise, and her two older children with her. Her husband, imprisoned for violating population control by harbouring a third child and assaulting an official agent to protect his young daughter, stows away to join them and eventually convinces the colony’s leader, Commander Nathaniel Taylor, that his own police expertise is of use to the administration. The colony places nominal emphasis on environmental responsibility.
Opposing the colony and its leader Taylor is a group of separatists known as the “Sixers”, so called because they arrived in the “Sixth Pilgrimage”, working in concert with corporate industrialists to strip the Cretaceous Earth of its resources and transmit them to 2149, allowing for massive profits at the cost of environmental destruction. It is later revealed that Commander Taylor’s estranged grown son, Lucas, is the mastermind of this operation. Toward the end of the series, Lucas perfects travel to and from the future, thus enabling the industrialists, with a private army called “The Phoenix Group”, to invade Terra Nova. At the end of the series, Jim Shannon returns to 2149 to destroy the gateway permitting travel to the Cretaceous, whereupon the Phoenix Group retreats to the nearby “Badlands”, leaving behind a wooden ship’s figurehead apparently located there by another temporal rift.
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|Terra Nova S01 E01 and 02 (Bia2Movies).mkv||301M||2015-Jun-24 17:40|
|Terra Nova S01 E03 (Bia2Movies).mkv||142M||2015-Jun-24 17:40|
|Terra Nova S01 E04 (Bia2Movies).mkv||150M||2015-Jun-24 17:40|
|Terra Nova S01 E05 (Bia2Movies).mkv||150M||2015-Jun-24 17:40|
|Terra Nova S01 E06 (Bia2Movies).mkv||150M||2015-Jun-24 17:40|
|Terra Nova S01 E07 (Bia2Movies).mkv||141M||2015-Jun-24 17:40|
|Terra Nova S01 E08 (Bia2Movies).mkv||150M||2015-Jun-24 17:41|
|Terra Nova S01 E09 (Bia2Movies).mkv||151M||2015-Jun-24 17:41|
|Terra Nova S01 E10 (Bia2Movies).mkv||141M||2015-Jun-24 17:41|
|Terra Nova S01 E11 (Bia2Movies).mkv||152M||2015-Jun-24 17:41|
|Terra Nova S01 E12-E13 (Bia2Movies).mkv||300M||2015-Jun-24 17:41|