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Section 30-1-7 – 12 Monkeys (2015)

12 Monkeys is an American television series on Syfy created by Terry Matalas and Travis Fickett. It is a science fiction mystery drama with a time traveling plot loosely adapting the 1995 film of the same name, which was written by David and Janet Peoples and directed by Terry Gilliam, itself being inspired by Chris Marker’s 1962 featurette La Jetée; the series credits Marker and both Peoples for their original works.

In the series, Aaron Stanford and Amanda Schull star as James Cole and Dr. Cassandra “Cassie” Railly, two strangers destiny brought together on a mission to use time travel to stop the destructive plans of the enigmatic organization “Army of the 12 Monkeys”. Kirk Acevedo and Noah Bean also star in the first season. In the second season, Bean makes a guest appearance, and Todd Stashwick, Emily Hampshire, and Barbara Sukowa are promoted from recurring guests to regulars. In the fourth season, Acevedo moves from starring to recurring guest star. Stanford, Schull, and Hampshire play reimagined versions of characters respectively portrayed by Bruce Willis, Madeleine Stowe, and Brad Pitt in the 1995 film. Stowe made a guest appearance in the second season in a small but pivotal role.

Natalie Chaidez was the showrunner of 12 Monkeys during its first season, working closely with creators Matalas and Fickett. For the second season, she stepped down to the role of consultant and Matalas and Fickett became showrunners. In the third and fourth seasons Fickett became a consultant, and Matalas was the sole showrunner. The series was produced by Atlas Entertainment, which also made the 1995 film, and Universal Cable Productions. Charles Roven, producer of the original film, was one of the series executive producers.

12 Monkeys premiered on January 16, 2015, with a 13-episode first season which received mixed critical reception, and ended with the completion of its 11-episode fourth season on July 6, 2018, for a total of 47 episodes produced. From its second season and onward, it enjoyed more consistently favorable critical reception. The series won two awards for its cinematography, one by each of the American and Canadian Societies of Cinematographers, and was nominated for a further four.

Series Details

Showrunners:Terry Matalas (S2-S4), Travis Fickett (S2-S3), and Natalie Chaidez (S1)
Production Companies:Atlas Entertainment, Universal Cable Productions, Division Street (S3–S4)
Original Network:Syfy
Original Release:January 16, 2015 – July 6, 2018

Season 1 Trailer

1995 Theatrical Film Trailer


On July 22, 2013, The Hollywood Reporter first revealed that Syfy was developing a 12 Monkeys television adaptation, in the form of a 90-minute backdoor pilot that would lead to a straight-to-series order, similarly to what the Battlestar Galactica miniseries did.

The pitch for the pilot, which would be written by Matalas and Picket, was submitted to Syfy by Atlas Entertainment’s Charles Roven and Richard Suckle; Roven was one of the producers of the original film. Jon Cassar was reported as being on board to direct. The following month, it was reported that Syfy decided to green-light an hour-long pilot, which would be executive produced by Roven and Suckle, with production set to begin in November. Due to the series being labeled as “cast contingent”, production could not move forward until the roles of Cole and Goines were cast. On April 4, 2014, Syfy green-lit the first season, consisting of 13 episodes, including the pilot filmed in 2013. The pilot was directed and executive produced by Jeffrey Reiner; Matalas and Ficket, who wrote it, were announced to co-executive produce the season, while Natalie Chaidez would serve as showrunner. Chaidez credited her experience writing for the first season of Heroes and the two seasons of Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, two science fiction series with time traveling plots, as valuable to understanding how to make 12 Monkeys work. Matalas presented the series as a “complete reimagining” of the film and not just a remake, citing Looper as an inspiration for the time travel visual effects. In fact, as Matalas explained, the story of the film was adapted into the first act of the pilot, and from there on, the series follows an original storyline, although it continues to homage both the film and La Jetée. Madeleine Stowe, who played the equivalent of Amanda Schull’s character in the film, narrated the opening of the season 2 premiere and made an appearance in its finale. Two major differences compared to the movie are that this version of time travel allows for changes in the past to affect the future, and that the “Army of the 12 Monkeys” is a real organization rather than a red herring.

The series creators plotted three seasons in advance, although they noted that the show could go on for longer than that. During the second season they said they need four seasons to tell the complete story. The ending of the series has been known to them since the beginning. Matalas said about it: “We have a definitive target in place. It’s very emotional and it’s going to make everyone cry.” Chaidez said the ending is designed to “circle back”.

Series Premise

In the year 2043, scavenger James Cole (Aaron Stanford) has been recruited by a team of “Project Splinter” scientists led by physicist Katarina Jones (Barbara Sukowa), to travel back in time to the year 2015, and stop the release of a deadly virus by the enigmatic organization known as the “Army of the 12 Monkeys”. In Cole’s original timeline, the virus caused a plague (Kalavirus) that resulted in the death of seven billion humans in the year 2017, and its on-going mutations will mean the eventual end of the human race. In the 2015 timeline, Cole will meet and enlist the help of brilliant virologist Dr. Cassandra “Cassie” Railly (Amanda Schull); the two are brought together because a recording mentioning Cole, that Cassie made after the viral outbreak, is uncovered by Katarina Jones in the future timeline, prompting her to select Cole for the mission. Cole will also encounter a seemingly unstable math genius named Jennifer Goines (Emily Hampshire), whose father Cole has been tasked to kill, Cassie’s ex-boyfriend Aaron Marker (Noah Bean), and the dangerous high-ranking members of the Army of the 12 Monkeys, “Pallid Man” (Tom Noonan) and Olivia (Alisen Down). In the future timeline, Cole will also have to deal with his best friend José Ramse (Kirk Acevedo), and a man named Theodore Deacon (Todd Stashwick), who leads a brutal pack of scavengers from which Cole and Ramse fled. Meanwhile, Cole and Cassie will try to unveil the identity and whereabouts of the mysterious leader of the Army of the 12 Monkeys, who is only known as “the Witness” and who is always one step ahead of them.

Source: Wikipedia

Kalavirus (12 Monkeys)

Kalavirus, also referred to in the scientific community as M5-10, is a plague that kills ninety-eight percent of the world population. Although not released directly by the Army of the 12 Monkeys, their guiding hand and influence in its creation and release is undeniable. The Kalavirus poses significance to the Army of the 12 Monkeys because its release is the catalyst for the creation of Project Splinter, which plays a significant role in helping them achieve their ultimate goal of destroying time.



Olivia Kirschner’s upper half is violently splintered back to the Himalayas in 894. Her remains would become the Annapurna Remains, resting there for over a thousand years before being discovered in the mid 1980s.


Leland Goines purchases the remains after learning from Cole that it contains a virus. In the years following, Markridge begins to engineer the virus from the corpse.


The virus is engineered by Oliver Peters. Soon, the Central Intelligence Agency contracts Markridge to weaponize the virus in the hopes of using it to kill Adam Wexler, who is hiding in Chechnya. The virus is transported in an attaché case containing money in the hands of a courier supposedly trusted by Wexler. Before Wexler and his associates can escape the compound and spread the virus, the CIA bombs the compound under the advice of Cassie. In an alternate timeline where Cassie is killed prior to the operation, the virus is released onto the world a year early.

Later, Oliver Peters is kidnapped by the Army of the 12 Monkeys, who force him to reconstitute the virus for them by threatening to kill his husband. Peters told Cassie that this variant of the virus was even more virulent than the original M5-10.

After Jennifer Goines becomes the CEO of Markridge, she is influenced by Olivia and the 12 Monkeys. Under their guidance, Jennifer soon decides to travel to twelve cities across the world with the virus in tow.


On the day of the Chinese New Year, Jennifer unleashes the virus. From 2044, Cassie and Jones discover that this is the moment that would destroy the world. Cassie travels back in time to kill Jennifer. After a confrontation with Cole, they soon convince Jennifer to allow them to burn her entire supply of the virus. This changes the timeline and delays the release of the virus.

Post-Release of the Virus (2017 and 2018)

Prior to altering the timeline, the plague reached its climax in 2017. Quarantine zones are established throughout the United States, including the West VII Quarantine Zone. Chaos breaks out. After altering the timeline, the virus is delayed until 2018, saving millions of lives and providing Jones and her team with hope. In both variations of the timeline, Cassie works with the CDC to try and find a cure. She ultimately leaves a recording for Cole before dying.


By 2043, 98% of the population has been wiped out. Civilization has collapsed and many groups of scavengers have been established to fend for themselves.


The virus is highly contagious, spreading via airborne contagion and by direct contact with the infected. Symptoms included cough, fever, chills and aches, headache, fatigue, nausea, breathing difficulties, respiratory arrest, internal bleeding, and organ failure. The fatality rate among the infected was over 95%. As of 2017, there was no known cure or vaccine, although Jonathan Foster did apparently manage to cure some later mutations of the virus in 2043.


The Kalavirus mutated constantly into new strains. As of 2043, four strains had been identified:

  • The first strain (2016) killed seven billion people; fewer than two percent of the population (148 million people) were immune.
  • The second strain (2033) killed more than half of the survivors of the first strain; fewer than 59 million people survived.
  • The third strain (2037) killed a quarter of those who survived the second strain; fewer than 44 million survived.
  • The fourth strain (2040) killed thirty-five percent of those who survived the third strain; fewer than 28 million survived.

In 2016, Cassie, Ramse, and Cole stop Jennifer from releasing the virus. They then burn all of the vials in her plane. This alters the timeline and delays the initial release of the virus until 2018. It is unclear how the virus mutated following this change to the timeline.


Predictive Programming

Predictive Programming is the concept whereby conspirators plan a false flag operation, they hide references to it in the popular media before the atrocity takes place; when the event occurs, the public has softened up, and therefore passively accepts it rather than offering resistance or opposition.

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