Catching Up With 'Time After Time' Twosome Freddie Stroma and Josh Bowman (VIDEO)

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Freddie Stroma (left) and Josh Bowman talk 'Time After Time' with TV Guide Magazine's Damian Holbrook

Lord alive, is this what guys looked like in the 1800s? Someone get us a damned time machine!

Now that their ABC drama is up and running, Time After Time's quantum-leaping leading men Freddie Stroma and Josh Bowman sat down with us for a Celebrity Page chat to talk about their respective roles as H.G. Wells and John Stevenson, aka Jack the Ripper. And let's be real: These two could be talking about paint drying and there'd still be a reason to pay attention, right?


As we learned in last week's premiere, the pair were originally friends back in Ol' London town, but the guys are now at odds as Wells wants to stop his homicidal bud from claiming any more victims in modern-day Manhattan. Having seen this week's episode, we can confirm that he's not entirely successful in that effort—although John does get to have a very American Psycho moment early on in the hour. Hopefully, H.G. and his lovely new ally Jane (Genesis Rodriguez) have better luck when they attempt to fix his busted time-hooptie, because Mr. Ripper has threatened to take a life for every day that he doesn't have a way out of this era (and it turns out, he may not be the only one with murder on his mind).

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For those of you wondering what's up with all the sparks and lingering glances between H.G. and Jane, there's also some action of the romantic kind this week, as well. In this exclusive clip from Sunday's episode, the two take a break from all of the life-and-death action for a little flirty fun—and it's about Time!


Time After Time, Sundays, 9/8c, ABC