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The Sarah Connor Chronicles was sadly canceled after only two seasons and 31 episodes. A young actress by the name of Willa Taylor played Sarah Connor at 9-years-old in Terminator Genisys flashback scenes, which illustrate how - in a strange alternate timeline - a young Sarah was saved from death in by a reprogrammed T dubbed "Pops.
Finally, another Game of Thrones star, Emilia Clarke, played an adult Sarah Connor in Terminator Genisys ' alternate timeline.
This timeline also saw John Connor from the future become an evil advanced Terminator model, and well, Genisys ' plot was pretty confusing, to put it mildly.
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Because Kyle brought the photograph with him, Sarah had already seen it earlier in the film. Sarah and her son John Edward Furlong have been separated; John is now ten years old and living in a foster home with Todd and Janelle Voight, and Sarah has been institutionalized.
In the years since the previous film, she has become a muscled, ferocious warrior. After the death of Kyle Reese, Sarah takes his warnings and the responsibility of raising her son to heart.
Her fixation on the disaster and her fanatical desire to keep John safe has made her mentally unstable and very violent, which is aggravated by her fear and hatred of the Model She lives off-grid to protect herself and John.
Sarah lived as an outlaw and tried to teach her son the skills he would need to lead the resistance. She is captured and sent to a psychiatric ward after trying to blow up a computer factory.
Several times at the hospital, she has tried to improve her behavior in hope of getting to see her son, but the criminal psychologist Dr.
Silberman does not believe her. Her activities and claims of fighting evil robots from the future led to her being deemed incurable.
Sarah only seemed to confirm the judgment of psychiatrists by committing acts of violence against hospital staff.
She tries to escape multiple times; during her final escape attempt, Sarah encounters two Terminator models; the T Robert Patrick , a liquid metal android sent back to kill her son, and the Model Schwarzenegger that was sent back by John's future self Michael Edwards to protect them.
When the Model or T comes to the hospital ward with John, she flees in terror and is almost captured by the hospital staff, but she goes with the android who tells her "come with me if you want to live.
Sarah finds it nearly impossible to accept that the Model is benevolent; throughout the film she remains hostile towards it.
John develops a bond with it, resembling a father-son relationship. In the director's cut of the movie, Sarah has an opportunity to destroy the machine's CPU.
She nearly does so but John persuades her that they will need its help. After having a violent vision about herself and families in a park getting wiped out by Judgment Day , Sarah tries to murder Miles Dyson Joe Morton , a computer researcher who works at Cyberdyne Systems and is destined to build the microprocessor that will become Skynet.
In doing this, she becomes similar to the Terminator itself. However, she finds she cannot kill Dyson in front of his family. Shortly afterwards, John and the Model arrive; they and Sarah persuade Dyson to stop his research and destroy all recovered remnants of the first Terminator.
After the T is defeated, the Model lets itself be destroyed with the help of Sarah despite John's protests. Sarah finally gains respect for the Model and offers her hand in friendship before its final sacrifice.
Because of this event, Sarah looks to the future with renewed hope. The alternate ending for Terminator 2: Judgment Day , available on the Ultimate Edition DVD and the Skynet Edition Blu-ray, shows Sarah alive and well 30 years after the primary events of the film.
She is an elderly grandmother and John is a Senator in a world in which Skynet was never able to start its war on humanity.
Sarah Connor has died from leukemia in after a three-year battle with the disease. She is mentioned by John Nick Stahl and the T Schwarzenegger. She lived long enough to see the "Judgment Day" pass without incident, and was cremated in Mexico where her ashes were spread out to the sea.
Never truly believing they had beaten Skynet, her friends stored a cache of weapons in a casket for John to find in the event that Judgment Day was not averted and the Terminators returned, in accordance with her will.
Linda Hamilton reprised her role as Sarah Connor in voiceovers warning of the future war, in the form of taped recordings for John Christian Bale delivered throughout Terminator Salvation.
Sarah is portrayed by Emilia Clarke. Willa Taylor, the daughter of the film's director Alan Taylor , has a brief role as Sarah's nine-year-old self.
The story takes place in an alternate reality to the continuity of the first four films due to Skynet's Matt Smith actions throughout the timeline.
In the film, Skynet had sent a T Lee Byung-hun to an earlier point in Sarah's life, in , to kill her. Sarah is nine when her parents are killed by it during camping at Big Bear Lake.
Sarah is found and raised by a reprogrammed T Schwarzenegger sent by an unknown party to be her guardian after her escape.
These events result in an altered timeline that erases the events of the earlier films. After the T's attack in , Sarah learns from Pops of her assailant's motive, her destiny as John Connor's Jason Clarke future mother, and the Resistance's war against Skynet, including its first attempt on killing her in the original timeline's Over the next decade, Pops trains Sarah to handle weapons and prepare for her destiny.
However, Sarah despises her destiny and wants the ability to choose how to live her life. Because she was trained in combat since childhood, Sarah is not helpless by the time Kyle Reese Jai Courtney arrives to protect her in In addition, she is headstrong, assertive, and audacious.
She is not dependent upon Kyle Reese, but rather is fighting alongside with him. Sarah initially resents her relationship with Kyle being dictated by fate, but she gradually falls in love with him.
Sarah plans to time travel and destroy Skynet to prevent Judgment Day. Discovering the date of Skynet's initial attack has changed from to , Sarah and Kyle travel 33 years into the future to stop Skynet and their alternate future son John Connor, who had been compromised by Skynet and was changed into a cyborg known as the T After John's defeat and the prevention of Skynet from spreading to computer servers worldwide, Sarah, Kyle and Pops prepare to face an unknown future, unaware that Skynet is now self-aware in Cyberdyne's underground facility.
Hamilton reprises the part of Sarah Connor as the lead character in the film Terminator: Dark Fate , a direct sequel to Terminator 2 resulting in the events of Terminator 3 being disregarded.
In this timeline, the rise of Skynet is averted, but it dispatched various other Terminators into the past prior to its erasure from history, with the result that John was killed by another T in Guatemala in Grieving and bitter, Sarah succumbs to alcoholism , and spends the intervening decades hunting down other Terminators based on anonymous texts sent by an unknown figure that direct her to the time and place that they will arrive, allowing her to eliminate them before they can pose a threat.
In , the latest such message eventually leads her to Daniella "Dani" Ramos, who is destined to lead the Resistance, similar to John in the original timeline, after a new A.
In the present, Dani is pursued by a Rev-9 Terminator, and she is protected by Grace, a cybernetically enhanced soldier sent from the future.
While Sarah is pleased to learn that she and John succeeded in destroying Skynet, she is disgruntled to learn of Legion's creation and that her efforts were just removing this A.
GPS coordinates tattooed onto Grace are revealed to match the source of Sarah's texts, with the group's efforts to track this source revealing that it is the T that killed John.
Having completed its primary mission and finding out that Skynet's existence had been erased, it learned from humanity, formed a family and developed a form of conscience.
This Terminator, now known as 'Carl', joins them to stop the Rev In a final confrontation in a hydroelectric dam, the Rev-9 is destroyed but Carl and Grace are killed in the process.
In sacrificing itself, Carl effectively made amends with Sarah, seen before both Terminators are destroyed as he looks at Sarah and says "For John" - a message Carl had ended its texts to Sarah with.
Dani vows to not let Grace die again, to which Sarah replies that she needs to be ready; her purpose to prepare and protect the Resistance leader is renewed.
In the television series Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles , an alternate sequel to the first two films, Lena Headey portrays Sarah Connor.
After the sacrifices of Dr. Miles Dyson and T Model Terminator, the Connors find themselves once again being stalked by Skynet's agents from the future.
Realizing their nightmare isn't over, they decide to stop running and focus on preventing the birth of Skynet. With the aid of Cameron Phillips, a beautiful girl who has a mysterious past also linked to the future; Derek Reese, a Tech-Com soldier from the future whose past is linked with the Connors; Riley, a beautiful schoolfriend of John; and FBI Agent James Ellison, who was assigned to capture the Connors but joins them after his own encounter with one of the machines.
They begin a quest to stop the United States military and a shadowy conspiracy from the future from creating the program that will stop at nothing to bring humanity to an end.
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Songs and instrumental music from other sources are used sparingly. Alter Bridge 's single " Rise Today " was used for the promotion of the first season and Robyn 's " Crash and Burn Girl " in the second season.
Three songs were used in the series: " The Man Comes Around " by Johnny Cash was used in the first-season finale and a cover of " Samson and Delilah " by Shirley Manson was used in the second-season premiere.
Both songs were background music for action sequences in their respective episodes. The second-season episode "The Mousetrap" features "Safe Within Your Arms" by Greg Garing.
The episode "Mr. Ferguson Is Ill Today" features the song "La Llorona", originally written and recorded by Chavela Varga but Bear McCreary made his own version of it.
The episode "Adam Raised a Cain" features a moody cover of "Donald, Where's Your Trousers" originally written and recorded by Andy Stewart , performed by Garret Dillahunt and Mackenzie Brooke Smith at the closing.
The record label La-La Land Records released the original television soundtrack for Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles on December 23, Prior to its broadcast on television, Fox undertook a large marketing effort to promote the show, which was described by Joe Earley, Fox Executive Vice President of Marketing and Communications, as the "biggest campaign for a new mid-season show in years.
Fox began their advertising campaign for Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles on September 27, , with a brief teaser which ran during primetime programs, consisting of an image of two red dots that lasted for a few seconds on screen before disappearing.
The final phase of the campaign commenced in November with more broadcast information being added to the advertisements. In addition to on-air teasers, Fox heavily promoted the show during the World Series by releasing the first second preview for the show on October 27, Other forms of advertisements used included: mobile tours on "Terminator" buses sponsored by Verizon Wireless ; an interactive cell phone game based on the series offered by Verizon's V CAST , which rewarded the players with ring tones, wallpapers and behind-the-scenes footage; cable tie-ins; online outreach via the official website and wiki; online sneak peeks; and a poster design contest run by Fox.
In Super Bowl XLII , a Terminator was featured in a brief advertisement fighting Cleatus the Fox Sports Robot. Billboard advertisements, which were described by Variety to have "blanketed New York and L.
A promotional partnership with automobile manufacturer Dodge began in the show's second season and featured placement of Dodge products in several episodes, Dodge's exclusive sponsorship of the extended, minute episode "Goodbye to All That," and a four-week vehicle giveaway entitled "The Never Back Down Challenge.
An extended cut of the pilot was publicly screened for the first time on July 28, , at the Comic-Con International convention.
ET timeslot as a lead-in program for 24 was also changed. ET timeslot with Prison Break as its lead-in program. Following the resolution of the WGA Strike, the Los Angeles Times printed a chart indicating the status of American network television series.
The chart, reprinted by a number of other websites, categorized the series as "on the bubble" in danger of cancellation.
ET timeslot. Due to schedule changes from Fox, the show had a two-month break between December 16, — February 12, The show was officially canceled on May 18, On February 22, , the Syfy channel announced it had gained the rights to all 31 episodes of the series, which began airing on April 7, The first season was released on August 11, in the United Kingdom,  on August 13, in Australia,  and on August 19, in North America.
The Region 2 and 4 versions have all nine episodes but has excluded all the special features apart from the deleted scenes. On the other hand, both the three-disc Blu-ray sets released in North America and Europe contain the same bonus features offered by the Region 1 DVD set.
On the Blu-ray Disc set, each episode is encoded in p , VC-1 compression with a 1. The second season was released on September 22, in North America and on November 16, in the United Kingdom on DVD and Blu-ray.
In Ireland the second season was released along with a boxset containing the first and second seasons of the show on November 16, The North American release date was originally planned to "coincide with the home video release of the summer blockbuster Terminator Salvation ", but the release of Terminator Salvation was later postponed to December 1, Following the announcement of the show's fate, fans have led numerous campaigns to revive the show ever since.
Seasonal rankings based on a weighted average total viewers per episode for Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles in the United States:.
The series premiere in the United States was watched by Robert Bianco of USA Today gave the premiere episode four and a half stars out of five, calling the series, "smart, tough and entertaining.
Not all response was positive. Though limited to his viewing of the first two episodes, Goodman leveled criticism against Fox for having "taken the wholly predictable course of putting a lot of money into explosions and regenerating cyborgs" but not having "paid much attention to plot, casting or writing.
In his review of the second season, Travis Fickett at IGN felt despite a few middling episodes and the restrictions of a TV budget, "[the series] turned out to be intelligent, complex and consistently operated on a deeper emotional level than anyone could have expected.
Commenting on the final episode of season two, he called it a "terrific" finale which took the show in a new potential-filled direction. Online "Save One Show" poll, and has received positive coverage from places such as Wired and CNN.
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Main articles: The Terminator and Terminator 2: Judgment Day. Main article: List of Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles episodes.
See also: List of Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles characters. See also: Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles soundtrack.
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