SHOOT: Tahmoh Penikett & Victor Webster Film CONTINUUM S2 at Vancouver Art Gallery on Easter Monday

Corrupt Vancouver politician Jim Martin (Tahmoh Penikett) returns to Continuum in the second season. We met him in the seventh episode, The Politics of Time, when Liber8 killed the investigative reporter Alicia Fuentes (Pascale Hutton) looking into the financing of Martin’s campaign to be head of the local dock workers union. Detective Carlos Fonnegra (Victor Webster) investigates Alicia’s murder without telling his Vancouver-police-partner-from-the-future Kiera Cameron (Rachel Nichols) that the murder victim is the woman he slept with the night before, making him the prime suspect and testing Kiera’s loyalty. It proved to be a tangled web of old friendships gone wrong so it’s no wonder that Carlos isn’t friendly with Jim Martin when they meet on the north steps of the Vancouver Art Gallery this season.

Continuum filmed for three days outside and inside the Vancouver Art Gallery last week, mainly in an old courtroom at the south end. Could this be the trial of young Liber8 apprentice Julian Randol (Richard Harmann)?

Good friends Tahmoh Penikett and Victor Webster between takes.

Spectators watch the action.

Press scrum around Jim Martin (Tahmoh Penikett).

Continuum season two billboard — The End is Just the Beginning — at Vancouver Art Gallery busstop with white craft tent reflected in the glass. Rachel Nichols and other cast members on set photographed themselves with it and put the pics on Instagram.

Continuum’s second season premieres at 9 p.m.  on Sunday, April 21st on Showcase in Canada.

One Response to SHOOT: Tahmoh Penikett & Victor Webster Film CONTINUUM S2 at Vancouver Art Gallery on Easter Monday

  1. Meeeee }:] says:

    Oooooh… Looookin’ goooood! Clink-clink! }:]

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