The Netflix series is packed with hidden images, inside jokes, timeline crossovers, and clever references.
Timelines, shmimelines — here’s a chronological breakdown of all the ways the Netflix series kills off Natasha Lyonne’s character.
Once upon a time, a very special boy and a very tough lady figured out how to rewrite the code.
Nadia and Alan have a plan to move forward, but first they have to wade through a sea of WTF.
With Alan and Nadia now acting out a shared existence, they also have a shared to-do list: Figuring out Alan’s first death.
Nadia tries to make amends with the people for whom she’s caused the most grief, while Alan confronts those who’ve caused him the most grief.
A yin to Nadia’s yang is revealed, but just how do they overlap?
In which Nadia plunges into the abyss, both metaphorical and literal.
Nadia’s on a quest for answers — but first, she has to figure out how to get down the stairs.
Natasha Lyonne is captivatingly funny in a series premiere in which every beat feels fraught with potential significance.
Incredibly satisfying and neatly resolved, the series-ender gives the gang the happily-ever-after, ride-off-into-the-sunset ending they deserve.
The season-finale double episode either wrapped up the series on an emotional note or set up some challenges for itself in its potential third season.
Who woulda thunk that the most emotional episode yet would be a showcase for Agent No Fun?
Wyatt, stop being such a lunkhead!
At long last, Connor Mason tags along for a trip to find Robert Johnson.
A nimble and slyly funny episode about teenage JFK.
What’s going to happen to Jiya and her premonitions?
“Hollywoodland” is like a swanky cocktail party you don’t want to end.
When it comes to historical figures, Timeless lives or dies by its guest casting.
Welcome back to the show that miraculously didn’t end!