NBC Timeless’ Lucy Preston stood up for what she believed in, and she loved so deeply, everyone that crossed her path was better because of it.
Timeless’ “The Miracle of Christmas” wasn’t perfect, understandably so, but it was a beautiful finale meant to showcase the power of love above all things.
Best of 2018 performers this year feature Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys at the top with some other top contenders in a fantastic year.
Timeless’ “The General” and “Chinatown” mark the series’ two part season finale, which was full of great performances and even more heart.
Timeless’ “The Kennedy Curse” brings someone back from the pasts, and puts healthy conversations front and center.
Timeless’ “Hollywoodland” explored the relationship we’d all been itching to see, gave us more insight on Jiya, and someone’s back from the “dead.”
Timeless’ “The Darlington 500” combined history and the present beautifully to showcase character growth while moving the plot along.
Timeless’ “The War to End All Wars” served as a brilliant season premiere which showcased the detail that the fight is just getting started.
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Timeless’ “The Lost Generation” takes the team (and a new, temporary member) to May 21, 1927, chaos ensues, but there’s a lot of heart too.
Timeless’ “Karma Chameleon” follows Wyatt and Rufus on a rogue mission to the 80s in an attempt to pull a Back to the Future change.
Timeless’ “The World’s Columbian Exposition” takes our favorite characters to 1893 Chicago and forces them to confront their fears.
An end of the year tribute to Sundance Channel’s Rectify after it’s beautifully moving and poetic series finale.