11.22.63 (2016)

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11.22.63 USA
Type: TV Mini-Series
Keywords: time travel, historical event, year 1963, dallas texas, conspiracy
Seasons: 1
Year: 2016
Runtime: 60 minutes
MPAA:
Country Rating
Australia MA15+
Brazil 14
Canada 13+
Denmark 15
Finland K-16
Germany 16
Ireland 15
Italy T
Mexico B15
Netherlands 12
New Zealand R16
Norway 15
Poland 12
Russia 16+
South Africa 13
South Korea 15
Sweden 15
United Kingdom 15
United States TV-MA
Rating: 8.2
Votes: 70871
Languages: Russian, Spanish, English
Country: USA
Genre: Drama
All Genres: Drama, Mystery, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Colors: Color
Sound: Dolby Digital
Tagline: When you fight the past, the past fights back.
Director:
Name Role
James Strong (2 episodes, 2016)
Frederick E.O. Toye (2 episodes, 2016)
John David Coles (1 episode, 2016)
James Franco (1 episode, 2016)
James Kent (1 episode, 2016)
Kevin Macdonald (1 episode, 2016)
Writing By:
Name Role
Bridget Carpenter (developed for television by) (8 episodes, 2016)
Stephen King (8 episodes, 2016)
Brigitte Hales (5 episodes, 2016)
Quinton Peeples (3 episodes, 2016)
Joe Henderson (1 episode, 2016)
Brian Nelson (1 episode, 2016)
Produced By:
Name Role
Bryan Burk executive producer (8 episodes, 2016)
Bridget Carpenter executive producer (8 episodes, 2016)
Kathy Lingg co-executive producer / co-producer (8 episodes, 2016)
J.J. Abrams executive producer (8 episodes, 2016)
Joseph Boccia producer (8 episodes, 2016)
James Franco producer (8 episodes, 2016)
Joe Henderson consulting producer (8 episodes, 2016)
Stephen King executive producer (8 episodes, 2016)
Brian Nelson co-executive producer (8 episodes, 2016)
Noreen O'Toole associate producer (8 episodes, 2016)
Quinton Peeples co-executive producer (8 episodes, 2016)
Jill Risk associate producer (8 episodes, 2016)
Josh Cowell associate producer (2 episodes, 2016)
Kevin Macdonald executive producer (2 episodes, 2016)
Athena Wickham producer (1 episode, 2016)
Music:
Name Role
Alex Heffes (8 episodes, 2016)
Cast:
Name Role
James Franco Jake Epping
Sarah Gadon Sadie Dunhill
George MacKay Bill Turcotte
Chris Cooper Al Templeton
Cherry Jones Marguerite Oswald
Daniel Webber Lee Harvey Oswald
Kevin J. O'Connor Yellow Card Man
Lucy Fry Marina Oswald
Jonny Coyne George de Mohrenschildt
Nick Searcy Deke Simmons
T.R. Knight Johnny Clayton
Josh Duhamel Frank Dunning
Tonya Pinkins Mia Mimi Corcoran
Brooklyn Sudano Christy Epping
Michael Izquierdo Bobby Oswald
Shauna MacDonald Jeanne De Mohrenschildt
Amy Marie Wallace Vada Oswald
Terrie Cooklin Dallas Dignitary
Juliette Angelo Bobbi Jill Allnut
Gil Bellows FBI Agent James B. Hosty
Grantham Coleman Bonnie Ray Williams
Braeden Lemasters Mike Coslaw
Gregory North General Edwin Walker
Leon Rippy Harry Dunning
Erica Anderson Sadie's Cousin #1
Miranda Calderon Ruth Paine
Kristian Bruun Dr. Jones
Christian Lloyd Dr. Moren
Joanna Douglas Doris Dunning
Kevin Dennis Man #1
Jack Fulton Young Harry Dunning
Julian De Zotti Man #2
Cody Gallant Little Brother
Hannah Levinson Ellen Dunning
Chelsea Norgren Sadie's Cousin #2
Christopher Phipps JFK
Gary Biggar Police Escort #1
Christopher Dyson Biggest Cop
Matt Smith Inmate 1
Rividu Mendis Boy #1
Leandro Amorim-Downie Man with Pipe
Clarence Cross Houston and Elm Pedestrian
Ellen Crouch Houston and Elm Pedestrian
Allene Hillegas Pedestrian
Michael O'Neill Arliss Price
Annette O'Toole Edna Price
Jadon Clews Earl
Antoni Corone Jack Ruby
Stewart Arnott Dr. Densborough
Wilbur Fitzgerald Captain Will Fritz
Alison Brooks Juanita Dale
Martha Girvin Barfly #1
Bola Aiyeola Jaya
Darryl Dinn Inmate #1
Chris Handfield Security Guard
Constance Towers Old Sadie Dunhill
Brian Bisson Officer Stephens
Claire Brosseau Charlene
Calvin Desautels Cop
Jen Goodhue Receptionist
Kim Horsman Lois
Scott Anderson Suit Salesman
Bob Stephenson Silent Mike
Damir Andrei Principal Hayles
Ian Busher Reporter #3
Anthony Colonello Clifford
Joe Delfin Ambulance Attendant
Christopher Marren Kentucky Newscaster
Marsha Mason Woman in Curlers
Kelly McCormack Dawn
Robin Archer Chicken
Deanna Cahill Jackie Kennedy
Josh Cruddas Attendant
Craig Eldridge Roy Truly
Jake Michaels Dallas Cop
Ari Millen Dickie
Kimwun Perehinec Nurse
Boyd Banks Barfly
Alexandra Castillo Mayor
Greg Ellwand Sam
Sofia Grossi Niece
Bryon Mumford Large Orderly
John Nelles Norbert Keene
Jon Rhys Young Man
Ben Beauchemin Front Desk Guy
Brian Nicholas Buell Frazier
Leo Pady Duwayne
Mark Richards Attendant
Lenno Britos El Conejo Manager
Ira Einsohn Abraham Zapruder
Andy Pogson Neighbor #1
Sarah White Woman
Abigail Chu Smart Girl
Russell Ferrier Agent Shanklin
Deborah Lobban Shooting Range Owner
Bruce Marshall Coach Boorman
Porter Schaefer Halloween Kid
Steve Whistance-Smith Priest
Joel Cox ROTC Kid (Henry Boland)
Sharon Forrester Skinny Woman
Andres Munar Rafael
Jimi Shlag Neighbor #2
Mark Alastair Reporter #2
Vanessa Da Silva Coat Check Girl
Vitali Makarov Anton
Michael Rhoades Ray Monk Johnson
Dylan Taylor Calvin
Débora Demestre El Conejo Waitress
Marianne Galloway Woman in Red
Alex Nussbaum Dr. Gelberg
Percy Hynes White Randy
Carine Gilbert Girl
Chris Owens Anesthesiologist
Howard Goldthwaite Hobo #1
Jeff Gruen Police Escort #2
Colin Doyle Milk Delivery Man
Christian Heep Man with Black Umbrella
Pip Dwyer Jackie Kennedy
M. John Kennedy Reporter #4
Iain Lacourt Fellow
Brandon Ludwig Rookie
Allie Gallerani Waitress
Holly Macintyre Little Girl
Devon Gilders Boy #2
Neil Girvan Corrigan
Charlie Gould Young Volunteer
David Price Hobo #2
Sharon Heldt Wife
Laura Reeves Babushka Lady
Joanne Herda Woman at Convention Center
John Ross Dallas Police Officer #1
Susannah Hoffmann Frances Boland
Jerry Schaefer Greyhound Clerk
Kent Sheridan Reporter #1
Kevin Jubinville Car Salesman
Alison Smiley Owner
Timothy Talbott Hobo #3
Lorna Wright Mother
Griffin MacIntyre Imaginary Young Harry
Gene Mack Edward
James Madge Foreman
Sam Malkin Bartender
Nola Martin Bloody Dead Woman
Tony Munch Little Eddie
Drake Nadeau Imaginary Little Brother
Kataem O'Connor Boy #3
Patty Pell Nun
Leo Petrus Big Neighbor
George Ridout Farmer Kid
Nare Setrakian Imaginary Ellen
Paulette Sinclair VP Alice Nelson
Cody Ray Thompson Firefighter
Thom Vernon Campaign Door Guy
Jennifer Villaverde Filipino Woman
Clinton Walker Barber
Alex Wall Cody
Kyra Weisman Goth Girl
Eric Woolfe Parry
Ricky Christie Townsfolk
Andrew Flores Dallas Dignatary
Isabella Fowler School Girl (1966)
Brittany Good Dancer
Floyd Knight Kennedy Speech Attendee
Grace Martin School Girl
Addison McGarry Catholic School Girl
Aaron Mitchell Kennedy Speech Attendee
Caitlin Norton Patsy
Candice Richardson Waitress
Michael Sercerchi Factory Worker
Kayleigh Shikanai Madison Dancer
Savannah Solsbery Catholic School Girl
Kristi Taylor ND Driver Pedestrian
Zac Vran Dancer
Steve Young Reporter
Cyndy Day Sadie Photodouble
Tommy James Murphy Jake Photodouble
Candiss Nicole Gandy Campaign Supporter
Chris Gleason ND Driver
Jason Bremer Depository Smoker
Paul Heckmann Galaxie Driver
Rebecca Chulew Houston and Elm Pedestrian
Joshua Holmes High School Student
Dave Reachill Dallas Dignitary
Stan Taylor Dallas Pedestrian
Matthew Thornton Bill Newman
Rorie Vogel Kennedy Speech Attendee
Scott C Wilson Factory Worker
John 'JR', Ross Dallas Police Officer Sneddon
Briana Andrade-Gomes Dancer
Joe Atinsky Houston and Elm Pedestrian
Ryan Bijan Oak Cliff Resident
Richard S. Blake JFK Secret Service Agent
Nick Brooks Camera Man
Alex Ryan Brown Assasination Spectator
Simply Phillip Brown Kennedy Speech Attendee
Meredith Brumwell Dallas Dignitary
Latrice Butts Pedestrian
Vincenzo Calvano Mine Digger
Peter J. Calvin Police Officer
Jeff Caperton Agent Roy Kellerman
Corey Chainey Cowboy
Lindsay Christopher Student
Alek Cole Anthony
John Confer Kennedy Speech Patron
Raymond Curry Kennedy Crowd
Daniel B. Davis Press Reporter
Clay Dove Dallas Cab Driver
Greg Fallon Reporter
Rebecca Gamble Dallas Couple Under Bridge
Misty Hayes Dallas Pedestrian
Derek Herd Slaughterhouse Employee
Jason Huska High School Dancer
Shelley Kaehr Mary Moorman
Tanya Karn Dancer
Kelsie Key Kennedy Crowd
James Larabee News Reporter
Jules McClellan Audience, background
Jill Morgan Ceremony Guest
Jeff Neisz Convention Center attendee
Jenifer Noel Spectator
Emilie Paquet Dallas Wife
Mark Quigley Dallas Dignitary
Angela Ravitch Pedestrian
Lisa Finan Rogers Zapruder's Assistant
Michelle Roy Nurse
Michel Issa Rubio Dancing Student
Kimberly Ryans Houston and Elm Pedestrian
Darren Sheehan Campaign Supporter
Randy Shoemake Auditorium Usher #1
Max Silvestri Patrick
Patricia Stubbs Woman at Convention
Gary Teague Onlooker on Bridge Overpass
Brandon Vignali High School Dancer
Anna Vocino Jackie Kennedy
Dallas Wade News Reporter
Daniel Whittle Audience Member
Plot Outline: A high school teacher travels back in time to prevent John F. Kennedy's assassination.
Plot:
  • A high school teacher travels back in time to prevent John F. Kennedy's assassination. - Noah Orent
  • A teacher discovers a time portal that leads to October 21st, 1960 and goes on a quest to try and prevent the assassination of John F. Kennedy, which is complicated by the presence of Lee Harvey Oswald and the fact that he's falling in love with the past itself. - Anonymous
  • WHAT IF YOU COULD CHANGE THE PAST? Imagine having the power to change history. Would you journey down the "rabbit hole"? This eight-part event series follows Jake Epping, an ordinary high school teacher, who is presented with the unthinkable mission of traveling back in time to prevent the assassination of John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963. Jake is willing to live in the past in order to solve perhaps the greatest mystery of the 20th century - who killed JFK, and could it have been stopped? As Jake tries to rewrite history, he discovers that the past does not want to be changed and will do anything to stop him. - ahmetkozan
Taglines:
  • When you fight the past, the past fights back.
Episodes: Season 1, Episode 1: The Rabbit Hole (Original Air Date: 15 Feb. 2016)
High school teacher Jake Epping is approached by his friend, Al, who has access to a portal which transports whoever uses it to the year 1960, where Al suggests Jake can avert the assassination of John F. Kennedy.

Season 1, Episode 2: The Kill Floor (Original Air Date: 22 Feb. 2016)
In an attempt to commit one act which could make a difference, Jake remains in Holden, where he tries to prevent Harry Dunning's father from doing the unthinkable. However, the past has other ideas.

Season 1, Episode 3: Other Voices, Other Rooms (Original Air Date: 29 Feb. 2016)
Jake strikes up an unlikely friendship with Bill, and the pair travel to Dallas, where Jake begins living a double life, and both of them trail Lee Harvey Oswald.

Season 1, Episode 4: The Eyes of Texas (Original Air Date: 7 Mar. 2016)
Jake finds his credentials questioned, before he and Bill intercept a conversation between George and Oswald, which leads to unexpected trouble. Meanwhile, Sadie's husband unexpectedly resurfaces.

Season 1, Episode 5: The Truth (Original Air Date: 14 Mar. 2016)
As questions mount about Jake, his double life begins to unravel, while the past interferes with the plans he and Bill have for Oswald.

Season 1, Episode 6: Happy Birthday, Lee Harvey Oswald (Original Air Date: 21 Mar. 2016)
As the assassination date approaches, Jake is horrified to learn how involved Bill has become with Oswald and must take drastic action, while the past continues to conspire against Jake.

Season 1, Episode 7: Soldier Boy (Original Air Date: 28 Mar. 2016)
Unable to recall his mission, Jake turns to Bill for help, with unexpected results, while Sadie attempts to refresh Jake's memory.

Season 1, Episode 8: The Day in Question (Original Air Date: 4 Apr. 2016)
The past makes every effort to prevent Jake from altering the events of November 22, 1963, and saving the President, with his own life hanging in the balance.

Filming Locations: Dealey Plaza - Elm Street, Dallas, Texas, USA, Cambridge, Ontario, Canada, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, Guelph, Ontario, Canada, Ayr, Ontario, Canada, Orono, Ontario, Canada, Downsview, Ontario, Canada, Dallas, Texas, USA, Canada, USA, Texas, USA
User Comments:
 
I enjoyed this, but...
26 September 2018 | by wethepeople-69252See all my reviews

In the book Jake has to reset several times. This series could have gone on a lot longer with each rest being a season.

Trailers: 11.22.63 (German Trailer)
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Goofs: We know about 7 Goofs. Here comes one of them:
Anachronisms Highways are shown with modern yellow lines and markings. Prior to 1971 US highway lines were white.
Trivia: There are 41 entries in the trivia list - like these:
  • The scene where Jake follows the Russian to a JFK campaign speech utilized actual audio from the speech JFK gave that day, in that location. The speech and location was heavily photographed in 1960, and was recreated near perfectly.
  • The opening credits changed slightly every week, reflecting Jake's changes to the time line and/or foreshadowing events in the episode.
  • The story that Jake tells Mimi is taken from the films The Godfather: Part II (1974) and The Godfather: Part III (1990).
  • In the first episode Jake (James Franco) makes a reference to Stephen King's Misery (1990), "I'm his number one fan!"
  • The car that Sadie Dunhill gets into during the first episode is the same red 1958 Plymouth Fury that the movie and book Christine (1983) were based on. Plymouth did not make a red Fury in 1958.

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