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When all hope is lost, Cole must complete his cycle so that his younger self will one day arrive at the end with the answer.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of 12 Monkeys from 779 votes.
The final battle against the Witness as the fate of time and mankind hangs in the balance. All the pieces finally come together to mark the end of the beginning.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of 12 Monkeys from 942 votes.
Every imaginable threat descends upon Railly and Cole. With Titan looming - and ally fighting ally - The Witness finds himself on the threshold of destiny.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of 12 Monkeys from 1646 votes.
The beginning of the end approaches as Cole and Cassie embark on their final mission.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of 12 Monkeys from 948 votes.
Cole and Railly have finally found peace living in the past. When a mysterious woman with apocalyptic visions of the future tells Cole it's not over, he must do the unthinkable to save the world... and the woman he loves.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of 12 Monkeys from 2133 votes.
Cole and Railly attempt to stop the final paradox in the past while Ramse, Jennifer and Deacon struggle to survive the apocalypse in a last ditch effort to find the Witness.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of 12 Monkeys from 2099 votes.
Cole and Railly finally learn the heart-breaking life story of the man who calls himself The Witness, the reason why he wants to destroy time and all reality is revealed.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of 12 Monkeys from 1676 votes.
With the temporal facility on the verge of destruction, Cole and Jones find themselves in the middle of a coup. After a violent encounter ends in an unexpected tragedy, Cole is sent back to 1957 in a last-ditch effort to save humanity while the rest embark on a caravan across the apocalypse to find Titan -- the stronghold of the Witness.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of 12 Monkeys from 2076 votes.
Everything changes when the team finally climbs the steps and rings the bell in the Middle Ages.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of 12 Monkeys from 930 votes.
Jones comes to the disheartening realization that time travel is humanity's true enemy and that as its architect she needs to be stopped, and so she sends Railly back to the year 2020 with orders to undo all of it.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of 12 Monkeys from 2132 votes.
Cole and Railly find themselves at opposite ends of an unspeakable decision. Jones grows suspicious while Railly turns to an emotional ally for advice. All hell breaks loose during a massive fire-fight.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of 12 Monkeys from 1678 votes.
The team infiltrates a Nazi gala to steal an artifact known as "Die Glocke"; their operation comes undone when French Resistance interferes and an unexpected guest arrives.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of 12 Monkeys from 950 votes.
Ramse and Cole splinter to 2007 expecting either a trap - or a final chance to kill The Witness. But when Cole discovers a heartbreaking truth, he’ll discover that the mission was both.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of 12 Monkeys from 1773 votes.
Cole and Railly attempt a final confrontation with their closest enemies, while Jones faces a new threat to all that she's accomplished.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of 12 Monkeys from 2163 votes.
A clue to breaking the cycle leads Cole and Cassie to the 1960s.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of 12 Monkeys from 960 votes.
Despite the growing tension between them, Cole and Cassie time travel to New York during World War II to track down a dangerous member of the Twelve.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of 12 Monkeys from 2303 votes.
Cole, Dr. Railly and Aaron strive to stop the virus from being deployed as a bio-weapon in Chechnya.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of 12 Monkeys from 2084 votes.
Friends and enemies converge in Victorian London to await the arrival of The Witness. Cole and Railly lead their pursuers on a manhunt through time.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of 12 Monkeys from 1621 votes.
Cassie travels back in time to confront a younger Olivia while Cole helps Jennifer find the meaning behind her final Primary vision.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of 12 Monkeys from 980 votes.
With Cole dying from the effects of time-travel, Railly must find the one person who can save him.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of 12 Monkeys from 2147 votes.
Last updated: feb 24, 2021
Just having watched the finale I can only say: Wow, just wow. I laughed, I cried, I cheerd, I sang and in the end I am deeply satisfied with the series and especially with the ending. You don't need a series to run for seasons without an end in sight. You just need a plan and stick to it and hopefully get the opportunity to do it. Yes, it was a low budget series, but I don't think it ever showed because it was so well written, acted and directed. That's how you do it. Thank you syfy and the whole 12 Monkeys cast and crew. I hope I see you soon again.
I stopped watching at episode 10! Now, let me say that I was really looking forward to this show and I'm very disappointed it didn't live up to my expectations. What made me stop watching? It's not the acting, not the effects - it's the story. It feels like the writers didn't know where to go with this around episode 7. Cole and Cassy stopped the outbreak, everything seemed to be fine! Guess what? They didn't! Somehow the story must go on and thus the outbreak wasn't really stopped. I suspected this would happen, but it threw me off anyways. I think the two hour movie it was based on just hadn't enough juice to fuel a whole TV show, so the writers introduced some other characters and brought more storylines into play. Unfortunately, this didn't really help and made the whole show more confusing than interesting. If they had sticked to the original storyline, explained some parts of it in more depth, especially some characters, I believe they could've made a great 20 episode show. There was so much potential. Instead the show was convoluted with characters and storylines, which I think are just there to stretch the whole show over more episodes.
This has slowly become the show I HAVE to watch each week.
Around & Around, then Around Some More... Standard SyFy fare -- not great, not awful, sticks to the bland middle-ground. Time travel is a hard plot to do well, and SyFy hasn't succeeded where others have failed. There are plenty of times when you might wonder, "hey, wait a minute -- if they could go back and fix that thing, why can't they go back and fix this one" -- it's best not to think a lot while watching 12 Monkeys, you'll get a headache. They've employed the lazy way to construct time travel stories -- melodramatic catastrophic events followed by time travelling back to fix things. Mediocre, average and bland -- like most series on SyFy. The plot runs in circles, with no resolution in sight. Would've been better as an 8-episode miniseries telling a story to completion.
After first two episodes, looks like a promessing show.
BEST SHOW EVER! The final episode was just awsome
It is a real masterpiece among scifi series.
This is a show you **must** see. Awesome show, awesome characters and awesome episodes and action.
I started this show last year, and binged it in a week, after I heard about it many times in r/DARK. I wanted to stop somewhere at episode 6 or 7. Every episode had the same structure, I was kinda bored. Everybody told me, I have to get through Season 1 and I will be rewarded. DAMN, they were right. Season 2 was way better, I was more intrigued. In Season 3 I was really into the story, started to fell in love with some characters (it really took a while for me) and Season 4 f****ing blew me away! Wow. From start to finsih, with THE BEST FINALE I have ever seen. Even better than the finale of Six Feet Under, which is theoretical not possible. The last 3 episodes are so amazing, so smart, I was crying non stop for 2 hours while watching this, only be interrupted by many, many laughters. They circled back to things I didn't even knew needed to be circling back to. They answered every question, they finished it PERFECT. I finished 12 Monkeys again, last night, and I can't believe this show is even better on the 2nd watch. I liked Season 1 way better. I even thought the acting was better - of course I am biast now because this show managed to get up into my Top 3. I enjoyed the finale even more, cried even more and I can't wait to watch it all again next year! WHAT A RIDE!
*Ramse: We always try to do the right thing. We just end up doing it the wrong way.* -- Please please please ignore David Linsin's 4/10 review before watching this, or at least watch a few episodes first before forming your own opinions. This has been one of the few series that remained spectacularly great the whole way through to the end. Sure it has some questionable quirks or dialogues that you can tell may have been production notes written in and not intended in the original plot to 'spruce' up the series for a mainstream audience - but the core story, beginning to end, has been one of the best, if not the best, I have so far seen for a TV show, and a 4-season TV show based off a successful 90s movie to boot (Which if you are worried renders this series obsolete after having watched the movie already, worry not). In the process of watching the series, I think I may have realised my favourite genre now is sci-fi, more specifically sci-fi set in the dystopian future (which is probably most sci-fi). If you like this series, consider giving Blade Runner 2049 (movie) and fringe (TV-series) a watch as well. 12 Monkeys the series is poetry, beautiful poetry about an ambitious plot, with the most human of themes. It would have been a 10/10 for me if not for some of the dialogue choices. Despite this very forgivable hitch, 12 Monkeys is an absolute must watch. Fullstop.
Lately, I’ve been re-watching a lot of tv shows I used to watch growing up. Even though it makes perfect sense, I was really surprised how different was my point of view now, than it was ten or fifteen years ago. Suddenly, my favorite characters aren’t the favorites anymore. Besides, I’ve forgotten tons of what was happening, that’s why I had so much fun re-watching everything. I highly suggest you do the same thing!
Because I’m watching so many imaginary scenarios, it’s nice to take a look at things that actually happened every once in a while. The drama from documentaries really feels a lot different than those from series you just know didn’t happen. I love being aware of everything that is or has been going on and Netflix is really great at helping us with that.
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