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The Ministry of Time

The Ministry of Time

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The Ministry of Time is an autonomous and secret government institution that reports directly to the Presidency of the Government. As the secrets and the key to a possible president-to-president nuclear attack are kept in the US, the same is true of our Ministry: only kings, presidents, and an exclusive number of people know about it.The passage to other times is done through doors guarded by the Ministry Patrols. Its objective: to detect and prevent any intruder from the past from reaching our present -or vice versa- in order to use History for their benefit. For this the Patrols will have to travel to the past and prevent them from achieving it.

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The 10 Best Episodes of The Ministry of Time

The Ministry of Time - S2E13

#1 - Time Change


Season 2 - Episode 13

Phillip II of Spain decides he wants the Spanish Armada to win in 1588. He gets a taste for time travel and sets his sights higher, focusing on 2016.

The episode was rated from 122 votes.

The Ministry of Time - S1E8

#2 - The Legend of Time


Season 1 - Episode 8

A tablet appears on the poster of a performance of "Don Juan Tenorio" in 1924. Julián, Amelia and Alonso must travel to the Residencia de Estudiantes, where they will meet the writer Federico García Lorca, the painter Salvador Dalí and the filmmaker Luis Buñuel. But soon they discover that everything is a trap of someone who knows the ministry very well ... and themselves, because they begin to receive photographs of their lives in the past and in the future. And that is when the patrol begins to pose a question: why save the protagonists of the history of Spain if they can not save their own loved ones?

The episode was rated from 151 votes.

The Ministry of Time - S2E1

#3 - Legend Time


Season 2 - Episode 1

The Ministry travels to the 11th century to solve a mystery involving the burial remains of El Cid. Julián faces the consequences of his actions.

The episode was rated from 161 votes.

The Ministry of Time - S1E4

#4 - A Timely Negotiation


Season 1 - Episode 4

The Ministry of Time was created by Isabel la Católica in 1491 thanks to the gaining of the book of the doors, a book that Rabbi Abraham Leví gave her in exchange for protection for him and his family. The queen promised to protect him, but the cruel inquisitor Tomas de Torquemada sent him to the stake behind Isabel's back. The problem arises when the lawyer of the descendants of the rabbi discovers documents referring to the queen did not move a finger to save the rabbi and demands a huge compensation to the ministry in exchange for his silence. Therefore, contrary to the ministry's own rules, Salvador sends Julian, Amelia and Alonso to 1491 to save the rabbi from the stake, but there is a problem: the door to access 1491 is in a time loop. They only have one day to save the rabbi and therefore the ministry.

The episode was rated from 176 votes.

The Ministry of Time - S3E13

#5 - Between Two Times


Season 3 - Episode 13

The 1966 debut of a TV series about the Ministry of Time threatens to prevent Chicho Ibanez Serrador's "Historias para no dormir" from ever premiering.

The episode was rated from 80 votes.

The Ministry of Time - S1E1
#6 - Time Is What It Is
Season 1 - Episode 1

To prevent the French from changing history, as we know it, the Ministry sends a patrol of newly recruited members on a mission.

The episode was rated from 245 votes.
The Ministry of Time - S3E6
#7 - Time of Slaves
Season 3 - Episode 6

An 1881 assassination attempt on Alfonso XII pulls the agents into Spain's slave-trading past, forcing one to choose between family and the Ministry.

The episode was rated from 87 votes.
The Ministry of Time - S2E2
#8 - The Time in Your Hands
Season 2 - Episode 2

Pacino, a police officer who's been missing since 1981, reappears in the present and finds out he's now a suspect in the crime he was investigating.

The episode was rated from 146 votes.
The Ministry of Time - S2E4
#9 - The Monastery of Time
Season 2 - Episode 4

Spain's transition from a dictatorship to a democracy is in jeopardy when the life of a crucial Spanish politician's ancestor is threatened.

The episode was rated from 146 votes.
The Ministry of Time - S3E12
#10 - Against Time
Season 3 - Episode 12

The patrol is dispatched to 1976 after learning that Adolfo Suárez is not among the candidates for prime minister of Spain.

The episode was rated from 79 votes.

Last updated: dec 27, 2020



It's been a long time since I haven't been hooked on a Spanish show like I'm with this one. Very well produced with a great script and actors.


Excellent series. The premise feels fresh, and there's enough humanity and sensibility in the characters to make me care for them.


I love this show! High production values, great acting, and the characters are really compelling and well developed. The show is very Spanish in that it references a lot of Spanish culture and history, so a lot of it went over my head, but the show was still super-enjoyable. Highly recommended.


Excellent fourth season that could work perfectly as a series finale, but at the same time with the possibility of continuing in more seasons if so decided. This is achieved by few series, to develop a season that can be both a conclusion and a continuation (learned, Hollywood writers). In this sense, an intelligent narration has been developed that has even allowed the punctual recovery of some classic characters from the first seasons.


There are 8 episodes, not 10. Too bad


Where I can see the 4th season? I love this show!


If you know some of Spain's history and know Spanish, it could be interesting to watch. But for me, I can't understand most of the lore and how changing it in time will drastically influence present day Spain.

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