So, Terminator canon is pretty twisted, given all that time-travel stuff. But in the canon that includes the T:SCC, does anything pick up where the show left off that is considered canon?

  • The Sarah Connor Chronicles isn't canon... – Baby Yoda Jul 3 '14 at 4:11
  • @Sachin Shekhar - I took "in the canon that includes the T:SCC" to mean talking about an expanded canon that goes beyond movie canon--many franchises have different levels of canon, like Star Wars with movie canon vs. EU canon. – Hypnosifl Jul 3 '14 at 11:14

No, there aren't any authorized books or comics continuing TSCC, and there don't seem to be plans for any, canon or not.

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    Thats disappointing. I just rewatched it again and really enjoyed it...sigh. – DazManCat May 7 '13 at 13:34
  • I wish someone like Amazon or Netflix would fund the sequels! – Matthew Lock Oct 6 '16 at 3:44

Unfortunately no. I forget where I saw it, but the timeline of TSCC is just sort of forgotten and ignored in T4 and I am assuming in the new one they are planning as well. It really is disappointing that they do that, as TSCC finished on such a "What happened?" note, that even if they were to have a tie in with it, it would really help. Let's face it, the timeline presented in TSCC was better than that in T3... and not even a contest with the unwatchable garbage of T4...

  • The last part of your answer ventures into opinion territory. – Möoz Jul 3 '14 at 4:34

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