For viewers who have skipped over Timeless, now is your chance to jump on board. Filled with great writing, a top-notch ensemble, and value added content (each episode provides insightful spotlights on moments of U.S. history), Timeless is already blessed with a hardcore fan base that saved the program from a first season cancellation. To decrease production costs, the show moved from Vancouver to Los Angeles for its second season, ten episode run.
“I feel like we are on a journey,” said Abigail Spencer. “We were cancelled and then brought back so everything has been gravy. This season we don’t have the live viewership. Let’s just call a spade a spade. Our live viewership, I think, would be much more momentous at an 8 o’clock (time slot) during the week when families can sit down and watch the show. We won the poll again (for the USA Today save our show poll) for the second year in a row . . . there is something that the show is tapping into.”
Click on the media bar to hear Spencer elaborate on the epic scope (which include the Project Runway level costume fittings) of Timeless (costume designer Mari-an Ceo is also heard in the clip):
Timeless, co-starring Matt Lanter, airs Sunday evenings on NBC (10 pm et/pt).