Dear NBC, #RenewTimeless. It's escapism with impact. It's scifi with heart. It's history with soul. It deserves a season 3.
There’s such a heavy sadness throughout this episode and it’s so uplifting to have that dispersed by the end. With all the brokenness in that bunker right now, thank you, Timeless writers, for giving at least one of our team less angst.
A great episode of television wraps you up so completely in every second of it that it leaves you speechless, leaves you fighting a myriad of emotions that linger for days, and keeps you speculating for an entire week (and beyond).
The team’s journey to the past this week may take them to Depression era Texas, but there’s a depression of a different kind in the bunker in 2018.
I am a broken record in Mason’s vinyl collection, but Timeless is outdoing itself every single week. As a fan I am so grateful for how truly brilliant these seven episodes of season two have been, but am I going to survive the last three?
We need to get this out of the way first: Lucy could have responded no other way to Jessica almost leaving Wyatt.
The Kennedy Curse breaks Timeless out of its mold by switching up the format and the dynamics.