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"On November 22, 1963, three shots rang out in Dallas, President Kennedy was killed, and the world changed. What if you could change it back?" Take a journey to find out in the genre-busting 11.22.63, an epic new nine-hour event series from J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot Productions (Person of Interest, Fringe, Lost), acclaimed international author Stephen King, executive producer/writer Bridget Carpenter (The Red Road, Parenthood, Friday Night Lights) and Warner Bros. Television. Additionally, Academy Award winner Kevin Macdonald (The Last King of Scotland, State of Play) will direct and executive produce the first two hours of the series. Based upon the bestselling novel written by King and starring a terrific ensemble cast embodying deeply complex characters, 11/22/63 hurtles viewers deep into the unpredictable darkness of the American dream. James Franco stars as Jake Epping, a high school teacher at a loss with his life, who wants to make a difference and do something meaningful. Encouraged by his ailing friend (Chris Cooper), Jake journeys back in time to prevent the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. The story transports audiences into the world of 1960s Texas as Jake explores the multiple mysteries surrounding the alleged assassin Lee Harvey Oswald. But Jake's mission faces threats not only from Oswald, but from Sadie, a beautiful librarian he falls in love with, and from the Past itself...which doesn't want to be changed. And if the Past doesn't want to be changed, it will push back—often violently. With something for everyone, this edge-of-your seat mystery offers an epic and emotional thrill ride unlike any other.


Season 1
  • 1

    The Rabbit Hole (part I)


    A diner owner tells small-town English teacher Jake Epping that he has found a portal leading back in time to 1960... and that he wants Jake to go back and prevent John F. Kennedy from being assassinated.

  • 2

    The Rabbit Hole (part II)


    A diner owner tells small-town English teacher Jake Epping that he has found a portal leading back in time to 1960... and that he wants Jake to go back and prevent John F. Kennedy from being assassinated.

  • 3

    The Kill Floor


    Jake tries to determine if he can change history by trying to save Harry's family by stopping his father Frank from killing them. But when Jake tries, he discovers that time is against him... literally.

  • 4

    Other Voices, Other Rooms


    Jake acquires an unexpected ally and returns to Dallas in his continuing attempt to find if Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone when killing Kennedy. However, the teacher finds love in a small town where he finds work to maintain his cover.

  • 5

    The Eyes of Texas


    Bill finds himself attracted to Marina, while Jake and Sadie consummate their love. However, after Jake threatens Sadie's husband Johnny, things take an ugly turn. Meanwhile, the conspiracy around Lee deepens.

  • 6

    The Truth


    Everything begins to fall apart as Jake struggles to live two lives: teacher and time traveler. When Sadie's life is threatened, Jake has to make a terrible choice, leaving Bill to his own devices. Lee Harvey Oswald takes steps that will lead him into a date with destiny.

  • 7

    Happy Birthday, Lee Harvey Oswald


    It's October 1962, and the gathering storm of threats in Dallas continues to build. Jake must take drastic action to establish the full dimensions of the threat to Kennedy. And amidst it all, he's hit with an unexpected death and a biter betrayal from one of those closest to him.

  • 8

    Soldier Boy


    The end is near, and Jake is not up to the task. Sadie scrambles to pick up the pieces, but no one knows the mission as well as Jake. Kennedy and the assassin are on a collision path — but has Jake changed things enough in the past to alter the course of events? The days are counting down as 11.22.63 draws near.

  • 9

    The Day in Question


    The past pulls out every weapon it has to keep Jake from reaching Dealey Plaza in time to save Kennedy. If he fails, it could mean death for Jake or others close to him — and if he succeeds, it could create a world in which he loses everything he's ever known. What is the cost of doing the right thing?