Time Travel Index

TV | Movies | Books

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Time Travel in Television

Awake
Continuum
DC's Legends of Tomorrow
Doctor Who
Doctor Who Classic
Eureka
The Flash
FlashForward
Fringe
Heroes
Lost
Outlander
Quantum Leap
Sleepy Hollow
Star Trek
Star Trek: The Next Generation
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
Star Trek: Voyager
Stargate Universe
Supernatural
Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles
Travelers
The Vampire Diaries

Time Travel in Movies

About Time
ARQ
Back to the Future
Captain America, the First Avenger
A Christmas Carol
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
Groundhog Day
I'll Follow You Down
Interstellar
Looper
Midnight in Paris
Planet of the Apes
Primer
Source Code
Star Trek: The Voyage Home
Star Trek: First Contact
Star Trek (2009)
Stargate SG-1: Continuum
Terminator
Terminator 2: Judgment Day
Terminator: Salvation
Time Lapse
The Time Machine
X-Men: Days of Future Past

Time Travel in Books

Diana Gabaldon. Outlander
Robert J. Sawyer. Flashforward
John Varley. Mammoth and Millennium

Do you have a favorite time-travel show or movie that's not included? Something to say about time travel in entertainment? Add it in the comments!

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Is the intro paragraph of this section supposed to be jumbled? Or am I just dense and not getting it...(Sooze)

Anonymous said...

OK, I just got it 2 seconds later. ;-)

(Sooze)

Billie Doux said...

LOL, Sooze. :)

magritte said...

There are lots more in fiction you could add. Just off the top of my head:

Isaac Asimov, The End of Eternity
Roger Zelazny, Roadmarks
Jasper Fforde, the Thursday Next series (The Eyre Affair, Jurisfiction, The Well of Lost Plots etc.)
Iain Banks, Transition