timeless world is completely different than ours or has to end with stopping "domino number 1" ( the one that started changes to original history ) in order to bring it back to how it is in our world, in their world Alice Paul dies in 1919 instead of 1977 and Don Law dies in 1936 instead of 1982 and JFK dies in Austin, Texas. what you think?
What's on your mind?
Will Flynn and Lucy develop a relationship or will something happen to put Jessica out of the picture and put Lucy and Wyatt back together?
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I didn't see her in that episode.
David Rittenhouse is supposedly the founder of Rittenhouse. Yet, in the most recent season Carol's grandfather is the one who mapped the plan out. What I'm not seeing is the connection between Rittenhouse and Carol's grandfather.
Would anyone else like the wiki to include a timeline of events, both the series specific ones (such as when Rittenhouse started, when Jessica died, when the main characters were born, etc) and the times they've gone back to and how events have been changed?
Why did the writers/creator of Timeless choose David Rittenhouse to be the founder? Ive researched the man and seems an ok man.
Is there any news on when season 2 is coming out?
I'm interested to see the primary motivation of different viewers. Are we drawn to the show because of the historical representations, do we enjoy the time travel elements, or do we tune in to catch the latest drama between characters?
How come Washington didn't mention A. Ham or Charles Lee?
Since Lucy's biological father is a member of Rittenhouse is it possible that destroying Rittenhouse could somehow cause her parents to never meet?
What do you think of Lucy now being Flynn’s hostage? I’m still not sure how I feel about it.
Is Flynn really a villain? Do you think he's Lucy's father? Future husband? Son? Share your thoughts!
Executive producers said they won't sugarcoat historical events on the show, especially when told through the lens of their female and african-american leads: “So much of history, as we know, is the history of rich white dudes, and yet there is so much untold history from a minority perspective and from a female prospective,”
Do you think they'll be successful in telling the story through their perspectives?