Here's everything you need to know about the 'Timeless' finale airing December 20
With barely a month left for the 'Timeless' finale, here's everything you need to know about the two-hour special
No show has ever been canceled and revived as much as 'Timeless'. This just results in the fact that there are a lot of loose ends that need to be tied. Thankfully, after campaigns led by the fans NBC rebooted the series for the second time. Recently it was confirmed the series will be back for a two-part finale during the month of December.
And, with barely a month left for the show's finale, here's everything you need to know about the two-hour finale.
When will it air?
Get out your Christmas tree and stockings as Christmas is coming early this year. The most awaited two-part finale of 'Timeless' will air December 20, Thursday. It will air from 8 pm to 10 pm on NBC. So, get your mug of eggnog and plate of cookies ready to sit and watch the show.
What will it be about?
If you saw the finale of season 2, you will be very much aware of the fact that the show ended with a really huge cliffhanger. Rufus (Malcolm Barrett), was assumed to be dead after Lucy (Abigail Spencer) and Wyatt (Matt Lanter) made their way back to the present without him.
But the forthcoming two-hour finale is sure to wrap up all those loose threads by picking up right where they left off with the finale according to TV Insider. The story explores the part of the story where Lucy and Wyatt from the future reveal Rufus can be saved. Because a character like Rufus who has such high importance in the show can just not end up dead. The finale also digs into stories about 'the unsung and underrepresented people of history' via the adventures of the Time Team.
Who will be returning?
Don't get worried too much, because the main cast will be returning to the show. The entire team, that includes Abigail Spencer, Matt Lanter, Malcolm Barrett, Goran Visnjic, Paterson Joseph, Sakina Jaffrey, and Claudia Doumit, are on board for the two-part finale. The two-hour extravaganza will focus mainly on the unsung heroes. There is also a possibility for the viewers to see one final story of the Time Team.
It will focus on two different time periods
Apart from the fact that the show started shooting in October, it was also revealed that the writers first plotted the entire finale in one single time period, but later changed their minds. This means there is a lot more excitement in store for the fans this December when the show airs.
Lucy will not be in the final scene
We now know that we will witness two different versions of Lucy in the finale, but the sad news is that she will not be there in the final scene when the show ends, according to Spencer in an interview.
Lucy's love triangle most probably will be solved
Among the things we would like to see resolved, one thing that is very prominent is Lucy's love triangle. It is already known that Flynn has a lot of feelings for her and recently her romance with Wyatt has also stopped after the arrival of his pregnant wife.
Though the entire plot sounds a bit messy, this is what the viewers are all looking forward to the drama that this will create. And, since the show is now concluding and with all the loose ends getting tied up, it is, for sure, Lucy's love life might find some closure.
Emma might finally receive the reward she needs
It is known Annie Wersching will be returning to the finale as villain Emma Whitmore. This might be the episode where she finally gets what she deserves. She is a pro at her taunts and torture especially when it comes to Lucy. But this finale, there is a high possibility Emma will be the one to go down. And, it would be much better to watch if she gets justice served to her by Lucy herself.
One main loose end that needs to be tied
From the time we have gotten to know what Lucy has ever wanted. It has always pointed to one thing - to find her sister Amy. Though Amy was taken away after the pilot episode, that does not mean there is no hope in her returning. Lucy is trying her very best to get her sister back. And, there wouldn't be a better ending if she finds Amy. A reunion with her long-lost sibling is the best conclusion one could ever ask for.