Original Plot: In 2097, Time Fixers are a secret organization that polices time travel activity. They have one rule and that is….. NOT befriend or fall in love with anyone from the past in order of not creating a time paradox however one Time Fixer want to prove them wrong by assemble his own Time Fixers Squad which is basically group of peoples from the past.
Reinterpretation: In 2074, time travel is illegal to those who aren't part of a secret organization known as The Watch Squad - An organization above all organizations, more authoritative over the authorities, and more shadowing than any haunted ghosts. Assigned to prevent any criminal activity in the future or other dimensions, whilst rarely going back to the past, The Watchmen presents the best of the best to save the world by winding back and forth between clocks and making adjustments to our every day lives.
There are certain regulations for the Watch Squad:
1. Do not fall in love with any one in the past or the future.
2. Never travel alone. You never know what you could change.
3. If you travel, go with two or four individuals.
4. Never, Ever - run into your future or past self - doing so will result in a very dangerous paradox.
5. If a witness knows too much about the past and/or future, he/she will have to erase their memory to prevent changing the course of their lives.
That is, until no nonsense Watch veteran agent David Liberato is forced to recruit preppy and wisecracking rookie Andrew Montgomery, son of the late Marty Montgomery, a famous “Time-Fixer” agent from another dimension, after Liberato's partner was killed in action. To his disgust, Andrew is annoyingly immature despite his intelligence being useful to spot any criminals from the past, present, or future.
Soon, the two are able to get along as well with the other agents as time and space are ripped apart by a mystical and unknowingly mysterious God only known as Cortrax, who threatens the entire galaxy and creates a series of time rippling events that threaten humanity and the Watch Squad.
How would you save the world if you only had 365 days, 23 hours, 59 minutes, and 58 seconds left?
Comparison Pitch: Project Almanac meets Men in Black meets Ghostbusters.
TV Rating: TV-14 for stylized sci-fi action and violence, crude humor, sensuality, and brief language.
- To add a bit of emotional development to my reinterpretation of the series, I want to add Andrew Montgomery, the son of the late Marty Montgomery who also used to be a Time-Fixing agent before he mysteriously disappeared, staying true to the original.
- I wouldn't make the TV series as dark and serious as my last entries, therefore I would add a balance between comedy and drama.
- Instead of rushing through with the love interests, I would actually make it slow and steady between certain characters (Watch Daredevil, the chemistry between Matt and Karen) and not focus too much on development unless necessary.
- Keep David's partner a mystery for the first few seasons, then reveal it to be:
Andrew's father who sacrificed himself to save David from Cortrax killing him and the newly advanced Watch Squad.
- I wouldn't add anyone from the past or future, YET. If all goes well in the future, I might consider making a second entry to this.
Carla James - An intermediate Watch Squad agent and Andrew's superior, until later in season 3.
Dest N. Zeus - David's elder superior and the co-chief of the Watch Squad.
Emily Rayfield - Elizabeth Rayfield's daughter from London who takes a liking to Andrew
until Season 4 (before the last season).
Michael Hancock - Christopher Hancock's older brother who doesn't like Andrew that much due to his witty but child like nature, often used as comic relief.
Helena Turner - Another veteran Watch agent and David's ex-girlfriend from several years ago.
HYDR8 - BB-8 like robot who is Andrew's sidekick in case his partners are not with him.
Nerual Iscity / Lauren Smith - Retired Time-Fixer agent who is revealed to be Marty Montgomery's wife and Andrew's mother who worries about his desire to join the Watch Squad.
Doc - Marty's former robot butler who is against Andrew following his father's footsteps, worrying that he would end up dead in any way possible.
Howard Elias - Former arms dealer and inventor for the Time-Fixers squad who acts as a mentor to Andrew in battling time criminals.
Cortrax - The main antagonist of the whole show
(supporting antagonist in season 5), Lord Paradox's apprentice who is more mature and determined to create severe obstacles for the Watch Squad and tries to kill off any one the agents care about. (Think of Darth Vader mixed with General Zod)
Big Sister - A brutal, no-name, tough as nails time traveler who is one of Cortrax's “horsemen” assigned to cause havoc on the entire galaxy. (Think Psylocke meets The Terminator)
Nathan Daniels - Big, gruff, and unstoppable war lord from the Cold War who discovered time travel through Big Sister and has the ability to use superhuman strength.
Forest Lawrence - An idiotic Southern cowboy from the Wild West dimension who easily creates problems for Cortrax and the Watch Squad.
He is later killed by Big Sister in Season 3.
Z. Roy Gravity - Ruthless and soft-spoken assassin who was a former Time-Fixer agent with the ability to distort time and incapacitate anyone physically or mentally.
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