Travelers Season 4
Travelers cancellation confirmed: the series will not be returning for a Fourth season :( Still, there could be hope for the show to be picked up by another network, so subscribe below for season Four fanalert to be the first to know when something changes.
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'Travelers' Won't Return For Season 4, So Fans Will Never Know What Program 2 Could Have Been - Bustle - via Bustle
If Travelers has taught fans anything, it's that there's always a chance to change the future. So perhaps one day the world will see what Traveler Program Version 2 is all about. But until then, it's up to the people of the 21st to save themselves with no help from the travelers of the future.
Travelers Q4 catastrophe losses hit $611m after reinsurance - Artemis.bm - per Artemis
So a record level of underwritten premiums at Travelers which suggests an increasing need for more reinsurance to help the insurer manage its exposures and deflect the financial impacts of losses on its bottom-line.
Netflix Is Refusing To Remove Footage Of A Quebec Tragedy From "Bird Box" And "Travelers" - MTL Blog - by Mtlblog
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Netflix Under Scrutiny for Using Footage of Real-Life Fatal Tragedy in 'Travelers', 'Bird Box' - via Popculture
“We deeply regret that this happened and sincerely apologize to anyone who was offended, especially the victims and their families,” Witoshkin said, adding that the company intends to contact all customers who had purchased related clips to alert them to “the sensitive nature of this footage.”
Netflix Investigating Use of Deadly Event Footage in 'Bird Box', 'Travelers' - according to Decider
According to BuzzFeed News, the Lac-Mégantic rail disaster was one of the worst train crashes in Canadian history. In July 2013, a train transporting oil ran off the tracks, causing an explosion that killed 47 people and left the Québec town destroyed. Footage of the accident appears at around the 4:45 mark in Bird Box, when a pregnant Bullock and her sister (Sarah Paulson) watch the news at her loft apartment.