Traveler is an American thriller drama television series that ran from May 10, 2007, until July 18, 2007, on ABC in the United States. The series was produced by Warner Bros. Television. Traveler was officially canceled after eight first-run episodes on July 18, 2007. David DiGilio, the creator, posted an "answers blog" on September 28, 2007, which officially ended the show.

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  • Traveler is an American thriller drama television series that ran from May 10, 2007, until July 18, 2007, on ABC in the United States. The series was produced by Warner Bros. Television. Traveler was officially canceled after eight first-run episodes on July 18, 2007. David DiGilio, the creator, posted an "answers blog" on September 28, 2007, which officially ended the show. (en)
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  • Jay and Tyler manage to reach the retreat of Tyler's father, Carlton, who is a wealthy businessman has had his own trouble with the law. The senior Fog manages to convince Jay and Tyler to follow the directions of John Ellington, who works for a special kind of security firm. Jay and Tyler comply but Ellington turns on them on the road and aims to kill them. They narrowly escape. (en)
  • Jay and Tyler return to New York hoping to uncover new information. When Tyler visits his father, more is revealed and Carlton is revealed to be involved with the conspiracy. Meanwhile, Will turns further against his employers, moving to bring them down and avenge the death of his girlfriend. (en)
  • In Boston, Jay and Tyler unlock the security box and find various items such as fake passports and a gun that further connects Will to the bombing. Meanwhile, Will is captured and interrogated by his bosses, who threaten Maya's life. Under pressure, Will reveals the events of the day of the Drexler bombing and his plan to leave the country with Maya after the job had been done. However, to Will's anger, it is revealed that Maya has already been killed. The FBI manage to capture a new suspect, who hints to a far greater conspiracy. (en)
  • In the final episode of the series, Will, Jay and Tyler work together to bring down the conspiracy that ruined their lives. The traitor within the FBI is also revealed. But just when Will, Jay and Tyler manage to gather the evidence they need to clear their names, including the man responsible , the limousine carrying Freed and the evidence explodes in the series' cliffhanger. (en)
  • Jay and Tyler make their way to Deer Harbor, Maine, Will's hometown. There they meet Maya, Will's girlfriend, who reveals more about Will's past and the fact that they both worked for a secret organization. The duo's new clue is a key to a security box in Boston. (en)
  • Jay and Tyler return to their old home of New Haven in the hope that they can uncover more information about Will and why he set them up. Instead, they must evade the police. At the end of the episode it is revealed that Will Traveler is alive, on his own, and carrying one of the paintings from the bombed museum. (en)
  • Still in New York, Jay and Tyler go their separate ways after an argument. Jay and his girlfriend Kim reunite. However, when they move to bring evidence to the FBI, Tyler must stop them after finding out that someone in the FBI is involved with the terrorist plot. Will also travels to New York as he continues his quest to take down his former employers. At the end of the episode, the three friends reunite. (en)
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  • New Haven (en)
  • The Reunion (en)
  • The Exchange (en)
  • The Trader (en)
  • The Retreat (en)
  • The Out (en)
  • The Tells (en)
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  • Traveler is an American thriller drama television series that ran from May 10, 2007, until July 18, 2007, on ABC in the United States. The series was produced by Warner Bros. Television. Traveler was officially canceled after eight first-run episodes on July 18, 2007. David DiGilio, the creator, posted an "answers blog" on September 28, 2007, which officially ended the show. (en)
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