In the first episode, Evan is thrust into a temporal vortex by crashing into a telephone pole. The time-door is opened and he’s deposited into the same spot, except in 1946 Hollywood. The time portal Evan travels through is intermittent and seemingly capricious - and the way back home is always in question.
Evan eventually learns that he has been chosen to do what he did on his first journey and those in the future.
In each new episode, Evan will need to find out who he is supposed to help - or which film needs his assistance. For example, what if Steven Spielberg’s “Jurassic Park” faces production problems with the dinosaurs?
Perhaps Cecil B. DeMille has a heart attack on the set of “The Ten Commandments” and Evan must help him resume work.
Perhaps Russell Crowe and Ridley Scott have a creative impasse on “Gladiator” and Evan and Coop have the challenge of ironing it out, and even Munchkin issues with Judy Garland on “The Wizard of Oz”. The list goes on.
These are the continuous voyages of the Hollywood Time Traveler.
For Evan - to go where no young filmmaker has ever gone before!