Time Trackers

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Time Trackers
Starring Joe Dekkers-Reihana, Kasimir Sas, Felicity Milovanovich, David Smyth, Marcus Graham, Vaughan Slinn, Jon English, Georgia Rippin
Country of origin Australia, New Zealand
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 13
Running time 30 minutes
Original network Seven Network (Australia), TV2 (New Zealand)
Audio format Stereo
Original release 22 September 2008

Time Trackers is a children's television series produced for the Seven Network in (Australia) and TV2 in New Zealand The 13 half-hour episodes first screened in 2008. The series is a co-production of Gibson Group in New Zealand[1] and Taylor Media[2] in Australia.


Three teenagers, one from the future, the present day, and a cave-girl from the prehistoric past are on a time traveling mission to combat viruses aimed at destroying the greatest inventions of the world.

Captain Wiremu Love, the courageous 15-year-old navigator of future time-ship, The Chronos travels to 2008 joining forces with present-day whiz kid, Troy and together they meet Carmen, a wild and fearless cave-girl.[3]




  • Episode 1: Gadget 2008
  • Episode 2: Round Spinning Thing 2088 PH
  • Episode 3: Pendulum Swing Like A Pendulum Do
  • Episode 4: Gutenberg
  • Episode 5: Da Vinci
  • Episode 6: The Pacemaker
  • Episode 7: Music Wars
  • Episode 8: Mad King George
  • Episode 9: Newton
  • Episode 10: Fire-pop
  • Episode 11: The Future
  • Episode 12: Split Atoms
  • Episode 13: The Final Countdown

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  1. ^ http://gibson.co.nz/
  2. ^ http://www.taylormedia.com.au/
  3. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 15 September 2008. Retrieved 1 October 2008. 

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