Critic Consensus: Having firmly established its affable ensemble, Timeless has more time to play with its high concept in a rousing sophomore season that will leave viewers giddy with adventure.
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News & Interviews for Timeless: Season 2
The second season is leaner, smarter, and funnier, its stories more focused on people and moments than scale and scope.
Like any good story reveling in its rise from the ashes moment, the episode picked up right where we left off last year only to blow up the entire premise of series with one well-placed bomb.
In a little stroke of genius, the writers use the fact that the real Harriet Tubman did experience "visions" to tie into Jiya's storyline.
While Season 1 was all about establishing our heroes, it appears that the big initiative in Season 2 was to work on spicing up the villains and playing up their own difficulties with messing with time.
The show appears to have kept the ingredients that work, such as the chemistry between characters and the historical hijinx, and switched up the elements that needed tweaking.
Audience Reviews for Timeless: Season 2
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