Freddie Stroma ABC Pilot

UnREAL's Freddie Stroma Is H.G. Wells in ABC's Time After Time Pilot

UnREAL “suitor” Freddie Stroma is due to have some very good times, playing H.G. Wells in ABC’s Time After Time pilot from Kevin Williamson (The Following).

Using the book by Karl Alexander (as well as the 1979 Malcolm McDowell/Mary Steenburgen film) as a “starting point,” the prospective Warner Bros. TV drama will chronicle the epic adventures of young H.G. Wells and his Time Machine. (In the novel/movie, Wells was in pursuit of a Time Machine-commandeering Jack the Ripper.)

Our sister site Deadline first reported on Stroma’s casting.

Stroma is also set to appear on the upcoming season of Game of Thrones, as Samwell Tarly’s younger brother, Dickon.

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  1. Simon says:

    This series got even more interesting. I am in. Loved the film.

  2. Chris says:

    Does that mean he’t make a guest appearance on the upcoming second season of “UnREAL”?

  3. mooshki says:

    Jaime Murray is H.G. Wells, always and forever.

  4. tallsy says:

    This should be fun. Looking forward to it.

  5. abby says:

    oh man, nice casting! but does this mean he won’t be back for season two? I kind of got invested! I was hoping that story might continue….

  6. Andrew says:

    Dear ABC: Please don’t frak this up. Please don’t frak this up. Please don’t frak this up….

  7. Rambling Joe says:

    Loved the film. Definitely interested in the show. Hope it is as good as the Malcolm McDowell movie. I wonder if someone will be cast to play Mary Steenburgen’s role?