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JourneymanNetwork: NBC
Episodes: 13 (hour)
Seasons: One

TV show dates: September 24, 2007 — December 19, 2007
Series status: Cancelled/ended

Performers include: Kevin McKidd, Gretchen Egolf, Moon Bloodgood, Reed Diamond, Brian Howe, Charles Henry Wyson, Lisa Sheridan, Tom Everett, Paul Schulze, Gabriel Tigerman, Patrick Falls, Joel Gretsch, Don Franklin, Melinda McGraw, Raphael Sbarge, Alyson Reed, George Wyner, Aaron Himelstein, Alain Uy, Asante Jones, Chelsey Crisp, Evan Lai, Cass Asher, and Lu Johnson.

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TV show description:
A San Francisco newspaper reporter and family man, Dan Vasser (Kevin McKidd), begins to unexpectedly travel through time and change people’s lives.

Aside from his other problems, Dan also must deal with the difficulties and strife at work and home brought on by his sudden disappearances.

Dan’s freewheeling travels through the decades reunite him with his long-lost fiancee Livia (Moon Bloodgood) — which complicates his present-day relationship with wife Katie (Gretchen Egolf) and their son Dan (Charles Wyson).

Dan’s police detective brother, Jack (Reed Diamond), doesn’t believe Dan’s stories and still has feelings for Katie despite the fact that he dates Dr. Theresa Sanchez (Lisa Sheridan).

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shake March 4, 2013 at 11:34 pm

This is probably one of the few shows where I dont get not being picked up for a second season. I thought it was pretty solid. I’d be skeptical if anyone who had a hand in the ending of the show could point out something actually wrong with it, I’d be surprised. Clearly to me, the creators of the show made a big mistake with the network they decided to sign with. Probably could have done well in another ecosystem.


Chris M. May 5, 2011 at 5:41 pm

maybe if the fans could bond 2gather we could get this show back like the fans of family guy did. nbc keeps pulling all these good shows, the writers strike is what killed jouneyman. someone needs to start a sight to bring jouneyman back . if anyone has any ideas email me @


Ida January 11, 2011 at 2:37 am

I wish this show would come back instead of all this garbage on tv that so many people love. It was a great show no filthy language, dirt etc. great for all ages. Please give this show another chance.


Jeanine W April 27, 2010 at 9:07 pm

I MISS THIS SHOW!!!! Journeyman was never given a chance to build an audience. What about releasing the episodes on DVD?!


Steve March 8, 2010 at 4:56 pm

I have to agree. It was an interesting show. I just finished watching it on So what if it was not much more than a modern day Quantum Leap. Almost every show is a rehash of some earlier show. There is nothing new, but just a new presentation. I happened to like this one. Seeing how shows are not given any time to grow, it makes more sense to just not watch. I’ve never seen and entire episode of Survivor, American “Idle”, or any of the other made for the dumb_masses show. There just isn’t much worth watching, and when there is, it is canceled. The problem is that more people watch the shows that require little thought. Since more people watch them, they are more profitable. Business wise I can not blame the network, but it does suck. Don’t blame the network. Blame the idiots that keep watching bad TV.


Shel November 10, 2009 at 12:32 pm

I miss Journeyman :(


Cookie November 7, 2009 at 8:36 pm

I agree with the other readers! Bring back JourneyMan!


Matteo June 12, 2009 at 12:18 pm

Why did this show go off the air, it had a great story line and did not disappoint once


Kim May 25, 2009 at 4:22 pm

Please, please bring this show back! It had an awesome plot. Each episode was great. Why cancel a great show that is sure to be watched by millions every week?


Mama Bear33 April 22, 2009 at 8:58 pm

Please bring Journeyman back!!! This was a great show!!! We need to know what’s gonna happen yet. But first let him continue to be Mc Kick Ass” on Grey’s Anatomy lol!!! ;-)


MaryJ April 13, 2009 at 8:27 pm

Really loved the fascinating Journeyman storyline, warm and very REAL actors, and its enchanting theme music. I still miss it and would faithfullly watch any reappearance of this gem of a show.


Lisa H March 25, 2009 at 9:05 am

Another great show bites the dust. It amazes me that tired, dusty old shows like Law & Order keep slogging along. Do people still watch that? But great shows like Journeyman and Life on Mars go by the way. NBC let ER languish for 17 years with dull, boring, irritating characters to the point that the show wasn’t even close to what Crichton started out to make. And it’s replacement looks just as bad. Journeyman was a great show, I couldn’t wait for the next episode. It was gettting so good! And then to cancel it, without even giving us some closure? That’s really sad. If all the reality shows that came on when the writers went away, went away, we’d be stuck with stinkers like CSI (now a dull shadow of it’s former self with the addition of Laurence Fishburne) and scared to get into any new shows lest they be cancelled because Neilson families are watching Deal or No Deal (yawn).

Give these shows more than one season, geez!


Marilyn March 24, 2009 at 12:16 pm

My husband and I finally agree on a TV show that makes you think, and guess what?
They cancel it. That figures. But hey they replaced it with Knight Rider. What a thrill.
You have to be brain dead to watch crap like that. Bring back JOURNEYMAN!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Ann March 24, 2009 at 5:29 am

still dying to have this show brought back!! Sooo addictive and the story was just starting to unravel!!! The TV stations have it all wrong!

Reality tv can not compete to this quality of entertainment!


Jet Graphics March 20, 2009 at 6:56 pm

I must be getting “too old” for TV. Because the networks keep canceling the shows I enjoy, such as JOURNEYMAN, and fill their schedules with grotty schlock (no offense to the Schlocks intended).
It is a disservice to the sponsors for them to waste their support on programming that drives away the audience. Especially annoying is the artistic vandalism of animations, glyphs, and icons that obscure the program.
I find myself choosing the Internet as my source for entertainment, over TV. That does not bode well for the industry.
Perhaps we need the FCC to go “OBAMA” on the networks and clean up their act. We must not forget that the public airwaves are ours, and “for profit” use of them are by OUR CONSENT.


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