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The Day in Question

57min - It is November 22, 1963. Jake and Sadie will have to reckon with history – and the past.

Soldier Boy

48min - Lee Harvey Oswald has a job at the Texas School Book Depository. While he fights to get Marina back home, Sadie struggles to help Jake. Kennedy and his assassin are on a collision path – but has Jake done enough to alter the course of history?

Happy Birthday, Lee Harvey Oswald

46min - Six months after the General Walker shooting, Bill forces Jake to interact with the Oswalds. Jake sees George de Mohrenschildt after a long absence and makes an important discovery. He is close to fulfilling his mission, but the past has other ideas.

The Truth

41min - Jake struggles between two lives: teacher and time traveler. The mysterious attempt on General Walker’s life is imminent – will it be it Oswald who takes this shot? But the past works in violent ways, and Jake will have to choose whom to save.

The Eyes of Texas

50min - Bill and Jake disagree about how to handle the violent Lee Harvey Oswald. Bill surreptitiously watches Lee’s wife Marina, and romance blooms for Jake and Sadie. But their romance may have placed her in danger. And is someone watching Jake?

Other Voices, Other Rooms

45min - Jake flees Kentucky. He and his new ally Bill build new lives in a small town. By day, Jake teaches. By night, he spies on Lee Harvey Oswald. As he tails Oswald through the dark underbelly of Dallas, he realizes he may not be the only threat to JFK.

The Kill Floor

51min - Unnerved by the impossibility of his mission, Jake travels to Holden, Kentucky in order to save the family of his friend Harry Dunning, who were all murdered on Halloween by Harry’s father Frank. But does Jake have what it takes to kill a man?

The Rabbit Hole

1h 17min - High school teacher Jake Epping is shown a secret time portal by his best friend, who begs him to go back to 1960 in order to prevent the Kennedy assassination. But Jake finds that changing the past is far more dangerous than he ever would have dreamed.