Timeless Season 1
Timeless season 1 started airing on Monday, October 3, 2016. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to episode.guide where we’ll have season recap and discussion.
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most recent episode S1E16 The Red Scare
The season consists of 16 episodes.
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Timeless Season 3 Cancellation Updates & What You Need To Know - Screen Rant - via Screenrant
Timeless was never a massive ratings hit for NBC, but it did have its own legion of devoted fans who managed to keep the show alive despite low ratings. As such, Timeless was actually cancelled twice, but revived twice as well, before finally wrapping up with a two-hour series finale movie. Now, we break down the confusing history of Timeless season 3's cancellation.
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Then chasing the Mothership to Korea in the winter of 1950, our team helps a stranded, pregnant refugee attempt to escape a tragic fate. Stuck with no way out, our team faces its toughest challenge yet, and in the process, come to terms with their feelings for each other.
Timeless boss answers burning questions about the series finale, reveals original ending - via Ew
Besides, whether they could save Amy isn’t the point; the point was whether Lucy would want to meddle with time after everything they’ve been through. The decision to not try and save Amy led to plenty of debate in the writers’ room. “I was maybe the one pulling the hardest for the idea that you have to have some principles, and if it’s wrong for Rittenhouse to go back and change history, maybe it’s wrong for our heroes to do it as well,” he explains. “We all have people that we’ve lost in our lives that are important to us. It’s something that I think is very universal and very human.”
Timeless finale recap: More shows should do year-end Christmas specials - Vox - via Vox
First, nobody was watching it, at least not on traditional television where they could be counted in the Nielsen ratings. Despite occupying a promising timeslot behind The Voice in its first season, Timeless routinely lost a huge chunk of the reality show’s lead-in viewership.
The Time Team embarks on one last mission in Timeless series finale trailer - Entertainment Weekly News - via Ew
That’s a question that’s followed every character over the course of the two-season drama, which scored a two-hour finale special to wrap up loose ends after fans campaigned for more. The trailer gives glimpses of everyone’s losses: Flynn (Goran Visnjic) sits with his family, Jiya (Claudia Doumit) thinks of Rufus (Malcolm Barrett), and Wyatt (Matt Lanter) appears to encounter Jessica (Tonya Glanz) while in the wild west. Plus, there are shots of Emma (Annie Wersching) looking satisfied while standing in front of a ship, what appears to be Future Lucy looking exhausted, and Rufus declaring, “Let’s finish it.” What needs finishing? Why is Emma so happy? And will Future Lucy be okay? As Emma puts it, ’tis the season — to find out how Timeless ends.
Timeless tells the story of a mysterious criminal who steals a secret state-of-the-art time machine, intent on destroying America as we know it by changing the past. The only hope is an unexpected team: a scientist, a soldier and a history professor, who must use the machine's prototype to travel back in time to critical events. While they must make every effort not to affect the past themselves, they must also stay one step ahead of this dangerous fugitive. But can this handpicked team uncover the mystery behind it all and end his destruction before it's too late?
That Timeless isn't groundbreaking TV shouldn't be a problem. (Although Kripke and NBC were among those named in a suit filed last week by a Spanish production company that, according to the Hollywood Reporter, claims they violated copyright and that Timeless was ripped off from "El Ministerio del Tiempo, the story of <...> - by Philadelphia Inquirer [Ellen Gray]
Together, in a prototype time machine secretly built by the government, they follow Goran Visnjic, who has stolen the real time machine and plans to use it to change history. First stop: the Hindenburg! Between ABC's two unbearable new dramas, "Notorious" and "Conviction," it's difficult to choose the worse. But I'm <...> - by St. Louis Post-Dispatch [Gail Pennington]
We were thrilled for the opportunity to chat with Abigail Spencer, who has been a dream interview of ours for many years now. Over the course of a really intense conversation about Timeless‘ season finale, but also This Is Where I Leave You, Grey’s Anatomy, and her co-star on Suits (though not the one you <...> - by Brief Take - Interview [Charles Trapunski]
I cannot explain my enthusiasm for the fact that Timeless is returning to our television screens. For those who may not know, Timeless was cancelled by NBC executives after ratings fell short of expectations. Thanks to an outcry from fans, NBC decided to give the series another go and let production proceed with season <...> - by ATVandCity - Season 2 [Ariba Bhuvad]
Then there’s the other possibility. Flynn got trapped in a “predestination paradox time loop,” in which he succeeded and as a result, returns to do the deed again and again, ad infinitum. The opening moments when he steals the machine would be his own personal “Groundhog Day.” But Lucy, Wyatt and Rufus still <...> - by Newsday [Verne Gay]