This lead to much disappointment and the series ended up trending on Twitter as everyone seemed to turn up in order to express their outrage over the network's decision. Additionally, early chatter suggests that NBC will pull Timeless back in time in Season 2, moving the series from its usual 10pm slot to an 8pm window.
According to E! News, it turns out that Eric Kripke and the rest of the cast and the crew no longer need to find a new home because NBC has chose to give the show a second chance to entertain viewers.
"We're coming back for more". While it's unclear exactly what saved the new show, it appears fan support was a major factor. "The trio must use the stolen machine's prototype to journey back in time to critical events, being careful not to affect history themselves, while working to stay one step ahead of the villain who would unravel the timeline and understand the mystery driving his mission before it's too late". The new episodes will air in 2018.
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The network on Wednesday opted to cancel the first-year show, which had been squarely on the bubble with marginal ratings (though slightly better than those of a couple shows it did renew, like "Taken" and "Blindspot").
It is a sad week for the fans of the time-travel series "Timeless" as it has been announced that it will no longer be returning to NBC for a second season.
Delayed viewing did at times bring in 80% or more additional viewers, but with the ownership of Timeless being shared between NBC and Sony, the initial decision to cancel wasn't entirely surprising. Co-creator/co-showrunner Eric Kripke initially noted that it would air in summer 2018 with 10 new episodes, but that is not set in stone.