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Steven Culp on "Traveler"

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ABC's press release - March 23, 2006
How well do you know your friends? Would you bet your life on it? It's not what we share with our friends, but what we keep hidden that defines what kind of people we are.

After spending every minute of the last two years living, working, and partying together, Jay, Tyler, and Will are departing on a summer journey. But being together ends today. A simple prank to rollerblade through one of New York City's most famous museums has made Jay and Tyler prime suspects in the terrorist bombing that destroyed it seconds later. The guys hope Will can help clear up this misunderstanding, but he's been missing since the explosion and they think he might be dead.

Jay wants to talk to the police about finding Will, but quickly realizes they can't even prove Will exists--in every photo for the last two years, Will managed to block his face. He was their only alibi. The FBI confirms a man matching Will's description died in the explosion, but also learns the explosion was triggered by a call from Jay's cell phone. It's a highly suspicious coincidence that may prove that Will, the glue in their friendship, may have meticulously planned this betrayal for more than two years.

Perfectly framed and on the run, the friends must rely on each other to get away from the FBI and try to get to the bottom of a conspiracy that has destroyed their future. But what can they do when they're merely pawns in a game of global intrigue? Flashing back to the prior two years to illustrate the formation of this friendship and Will's insidious behavior, this action-packed drama taps into our paranoia with pure adrenaline-fueled entertainment.

Cast:
Matthew Bomer: Jay Burchell
Logan Marshall-Green: Taylor Fog
Aaron Stanford: Will Traveler
Viola Davis: Agent Jan "Naj" Marlow
Steven Culp: Agent Fred Chambers

Credits:
Production Companies: Warner Bros. Television, The Jinks/Cohen Company
Executive Producers: Dan Jinks, Bruce Cohen
Executive Producer/Director: David Nutter

ABC's press release - May 16, 2006
Jay, Tyler and Will are friends who have spent the last two years in grad school. They are about to depart on a summer trip when a simple prank to rollerblade through one of New York City's most famous museums makes Jay and Tyler prime suspects in a terrorist bombing that destroys the museum seconds later. Hopeful that Will can help clear up this misunderstanding, they learn he's been missing since the explosion and think he may be dead. They're unable to turn to authorities when they realize they can't prove Will even exists. In every photo from the past two years, he has managed to block his face.

Who will believe them? Friends, family, lovers? The boys are pawns in a conspiracy that will take years to unravel, and the government may not have their best interests at heart. Their friendship will be tested like never before as they try to uncover the truth, while avoiding detection of not only the FBI, but everyone in America who has seen their faces on TV as suspects in the bombing.

Director David Nutter, who has defined many series including "The X-Files," "Without a Trace" and "Supernatural," along with the writer of "Eight Below" and the Oscar(r)-winning producers of "American Beauty" combine "The Fugitive" with "Enemy of the State" in a taut, tense thriller of innocents on the run. Flashing back to the prior two years to illustrate the formation of this friendship and Will's insidious behavior, this action-packed drama taps into our paranoia with pure adrenaline-fueled entertainment. Matthew Bomer ("Tru Calling") and Logan Marshall-Green ("The O.C.") star.

Cast:
Matthew Bomer ("Tru Calling"): Jay Burchell
Logan Marshall-Green ("The O.C."): Tyler Fog
Aaron Stanford ("X-Men 2"): Will Traveler
Viola Davis ("Law & Order: SVU"): Agent Jan "Naj" Marlow
Steven Culp ("Desperate Housewives"): Agent Fred Chambers

Credits:
EP: Dan Jinks ("American Beauty")
EP: Bruce Cohen ("American Beauty")
Writer: David Digilio ("Eight Below")
Production Company: Warner Bros. Television, The Jinks/Cohen Company

The Futon Critic press release - March 12, 2007
ABC announces its new Wednesday night lineup: ... the new drama Traveler ... will air WEDNESDAY, MAY 30 ... from 10:00-11:00 p.m., ET.

Traveler follows three best friends and roommates from graduate school -- Jay Burchell, Tyler Fog and Will Traveler who are about to depart on a cross country road trip together and make New York City their first stop. But when an innocent prank at one of New Yorks oldest art museums coincides with the bombing of the iconic building, Jay and Tyler realize that their friend, Will, has framed them for a domestic terrorist attack. Now Tyler and Jay must answer two questions to prove their innocence: Who is Will Traveler? And why did he do this to them? Flashing back to the prior two years to illustrate the formation of this friendship and Wills insidious behavior, this action-packed one-hour drama taps into 21st century paranoia with provocative themes and complex characters.

Starring in Traveler are Matthew Bomer (Tru Calling) as Jay Burchell, Logan Marshall-Green (The O.C., 24) as Tyler Fog and Aaron Stanford (X-Men: The Last Stand) as Will Traveler. The cast also includes Pascale Hutton (Smallville) as Jays girlfriend, Viola Davis (Century City, Solaris) as Agent Jan Marlow, Anthony Ruivivar (Third Watch) as Agent Guillermo Borjes, Steven Culp (Desperate Housewives) as Special Agent in Charge Fred Chambers, William Sadler (Roswell, The Shawshank Redemption) as Carlton Fog and Billy Mayo (24, Air Force One) as The Porter.

Traveler is a production of Warner Bros. Television, in association with The Jinks/Cohen Company. Executive producers are Charlie Craig, Dan Jinks and Bruce Cohen. The pilot was written by David DiGilio and directed by David Nutter.

zap2it.com press release - March 12, 2007
ABC Finally Plays 'Notes'
Comedy to debut in April; 'Traveler' set for summer

ABC has also set a piece of its summer lineup, which includes another scripted series originally slated for an earlier premiere. The drama "Traveler" will open on Wednesday, May 30, a few days after the official end of the 2006-07 season.

"Traveler," which was initially set to be a midseason show, centers on two friends (Logan Marshall-Green, "The O.C.," and Matthew Bomer, "Flightplan") who are framed for a terrorist bombing -- possibly by their buddy Will Traveler (Aaron Stanford, "X-Men"). They go underground, trying to clear their names while figuring out how Will is involved.

Steven Culp ("Desperate Housewives"), Viola Davis (CBS' "Jesse Stone" movies) and William Sadler ("Wonderfalls") also star.

ABC Medianet press release - April 27, 2007
"TRAVELER" PREMIERES WEDNESDAY, MAY 30 (10:00-11:00 p.m., ET)
"Traveler" follows three best friends and roommates from graduate school - Jay Burchell, Tyler Fog, and Will Traveler who are about to depart on a cross country road trip together and make New York City their first stop. But when an innocent prank at one of New York's oldest art museums coincides with the bombing of the iconic building, Jay and Tyler realize that their "friend" Will has framed them for a domestic terrorist attack. Now Tyler and Jay must answer two questions to prove their innocence: Who is Will Traveler? And why did he do this to them? Flashing back to the prior two years to illustrate the formation of this friendship and Will's insidious behavior, this action-packed one-hour drama taps into 21st century paranoia with provocative themes and complex characters. The new drama, "Traveler," premieres WEDNESDAY, MAY 30 (10:00-11:00 p.m., ET).

ABC Medianet press release - May 26, 2007
Watch the two-hour season premiere beginning @ 9/8c! on May 30!
How well do you know your friends? Would you bet your life on it? After spending every minute of the last two years living, working, and partying together, grad-school students Jay Burchell, Tyler Fog and Will Traveler depart on a cross-country road trip. But when an innocent prank at one of New York's oldest art museums coincides with the bombing of the iconic building, Jay and Tyler are blamed for the terrorist attack and realize that their "friend" Will may have been the one who framed them. Unable to find Will or any evidence that the Will Traveler they knew even existed, Jay and Tyler are forced to flee the city and go on the run.

Now, hunted by the F.B.I. as domestic terrorists, the friends must rely on each other to elude capture, while trying desperately to prove their innocence by answering two questions -- Who is Will Traveler? Why did he do this to them? Jay and Tyler search for clues both in the present and the past, and slowly unravel a conspiracy that involves their friends and family members and calls into question the very nature of American democracy.

Director David Nutter, who has defined many hit series including "The X-Files," "Without a Trace" and "Supernatural," along with the writer of "Eight Below" (David DiGilio) and the Oscar-winning producers of "American Beauty" (Dan Jinks and Bruce Cohen), combine "The Fugitive" and "Enemy of the State" into a taut, tense thriller about innocents on the run. This action-packed drama taps into 21st century paranoia with provocative themes, complex characters and pure adrenaline-fueled entertainment.



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