Next Episode of The Infinite Worlds of H.G. Wells is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
The Infinite Worlds of H.G. Wells three-part miniseries kicks off the new Hallmark Channel (formerly Odyssey Network) in style by bringing Wells' short stories to television for the first time. The miniseries opens in 1946, as newspaper reporter Ellen McGillivray (Best) pays a visit to a cranky 80-year-old H.G. Wells (Ward) with hopes of finding out what led to his visionary storytelling.Wells is ready to give her the boot, but there is something about the young woman and her desire to learn more about his past and the secrets he knows that stops him. Wells relents and begins his tale a half-century earlier at London's Imperial College of Science, when he met Jane Robbins (Carmichael), a lovely scientist and teacher who holds the same fascination for unexplained phenomenon that he does. Wells and Jane soon find themselves slipping into amazing adventures that cross the bounds of time, space and science itself.
Scientific discovery can be such a rush. Wrapped around the ongoing plot device of interviews with an elderly HG Wells as he recounts fantastical tales he swears are true. Starting with a lab experiment that could revolutionize the world.
A different sort of time travel tale--What would you do if you knew the future? Would you change that future? Remember Newtons's Third Law and Murphy's.
Part Two starts with the tale of a pawnshop owner who comes across a crystal rock with mysterious properties in "The Crystal Egg." In "The Remarkable Case of Davidson's Eyes," an accident during a scientific experiment causes a young man to suffer terrible delusions. But is he really mad?
In Part Three, "The Truth About Pyecraft," a brilliant mathematician wants to lose weight, but getting his wish just might cost him more than he could possibly imagine. Finally, in "The Stolen Bacillus," a flask that may hold a dangerous virus is missing and Wells gets on the case to hunt down the thief.
As the elderly Wells tells his stories, he discovers that Miss McGillivray has a secret of her own, and meeting her may affect him in a more profound way than he could ever have dreamed.
Nicholas Rowe(Professor Gibberne)
Tom Ward(H.G. Wells)
Katy Carmichael(Jane Robins)
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