When a scientist and CEO creates a time machine, terrorist Garcia Flynn soon steals it and travels back into the past to alter history to his liking. Homeland Security learns of the theft and recruits a team to travel back after Garcia and stop him. First stop: 1937 and the Hindenburg disaster.


By Gadfly on Oct 4, 2016

On May 6, 1937, film crews gather as the Hindenburg comes in to land. The crew are unaware of a leak in the dirigible sequence. On the ground, a ground crewman notices a woman, Kate Drummond, and asks if she's too close. Kate takes footage along with the others, as the dirigible crew drops ropes to the crew waiting below. Inside the dirigible, a crewman touches a metal handrail and sparks fly. It ignites the hydrogen and the Hindenburg explodes. The ground crew runs as the flaming frame slams…

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Episode Discussion

LeonelDiorno posted 2 years ago

"Legends of Tomorrow"? Who said that?

JCuervo_a posted 2 years ago

Meh, for time travel series I stay with 12 Monkeys...(I'll give it a couple more episodes, tho)

pentar posted 2 years ago

I'm a sucker for time travel stories, enjoyed the pilot.

HaraldFauland posted 2 years ago

Worst pilot i've seen this season. Ok, maybe Van Helsing was even more worse

KitKimes posted 2 years ago

I enjoyed the pilot episode and am looking forward to the next one. My big concern is all the various story lines that seem to be going on at the same time. I have watched a lot of shows that just got too complex to follow and people stopped watching it, especially if they missed a couple of episodes because they became hopelessly lost. I hope this series doesn't fall into that trap.

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