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.
Timeless’ “The General” and “Chinatown” mark the series’ two part season finale, which was full of great performances and even more heart.
Timeless’ “Mrs. Sherlock Holmes” was the kind of revolutionary episode that focused on a woman’s agency while telling the stories that matter.
Timeless’ “The King of the Delta Blues” took Conner Mason on an adventure inside his own creation and in the process, it saved music too.
Timeless’ “The Kennedy Curse” brings someone back from the pasts, and puts healthy conversations front and center.
Timeless’ “The Salem Witch Hunt” makes it clear that choices are what matters and growth comes from standing up for the voices that are dismissed.
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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In its season finale, Timeless’ “The Red Scare” reveals a key member of Rittenhouse while showing us different sides to the complex characters trying to stop them.
In its penultimate episode, Timeless’ “Public Enemy No. 1” takes its characters to a film like darkness leaving one of their own in critical condition.
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.