60 minutes

At the end of Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Sarah, John and the Terminator successfully destroy the T-1000 and the arm and computer chip from the first Terminator. Sarah and John then watch as the Terminator is lowered into a molten steel pit in an attempt to destroy all future technology that could be used to create Skynet. Sarah and John now find themselves alone in a very dangerous and complicated world. As fugitives from the law, they are confronted with the reality that still more enemies from the future, and the present, could attack at any moment. Prompted by the return of the Terminators into their lives, Sarah and John decide to stop running and focus on stopping the birth of Skynet. They are aided by Cameron, a Terminator who poses as a student at John's school and whose mission is to protect John. Meanwhile, an FBI agent named James Ellison pursues Sarah and John with the belief that Sarah is deluded.
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Oct 25, 2014 10:12AM EDT
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Terminator S.C.C. takes place directly after the events of Terminator 2. John Connor and his mother Sarah are still on the run from the machines. The series deepens the backgrounds, brings lots of details about the machines and the war in the future and poses lots of interesting questions about AI, humanity, time travel and other themes.
The performances are all fantastic, from Lena Headey to Garett Dillahunt, it's a strong cast.

All in all this series is a must-watch not only for Terminator fans. Tension, action, drama and devilish machines are guaranteed.

Personally I suggest you forget that T3 and T4 ever existed and see this as the sequel after T2.
It is a crying shame that this got canceled, the first 2 seasons are definitely worth watching though!

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