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Former scientist Sam Beckett finds himself trapped in time due to an experiment gone awry, leaping into the body of a different person each week. Al Calavicci, at first known only as The Observer, is Sam's holographic adviser -- he provides Sam with some details about his new identity and gives him guidance on how to help the people affected by his presence. But with little memory to help guide him, our hero is forced to bluff his way through many a wacky situation.

Latest episodes

aired 340 days ago
Sam becomes an American Indian who takes his ailing grandfather (Frank Sotonoma Salsedo) from a nursing home to die on a reservation.
aired 340 days ago
As an inept FBI agent in 1973, Sam must protect a witness (Teri Austin) targeted for death by her drug-dealing ex-boss.
aired 347 days ago
Sam becomes a high-school football player who must stop a friend (Richard Coca) from throwing the championship game.
aired 347 days ago
Sam becomes an '80s divorcee trying to keep her teenage son (Michael Stoyanov) out of peer-induced trouble.
aired 354 days ago
Sam becomes a fraternity brother in 1967 who must stop a revolutionary from bombing a chemistry lab and killing innocent people.
aired 354 days ago
Sam becomes a parapsychologist charged with exorcising the spirit of a novelist whose voice torments his widow (Deborah Pratt).
aired 361 days ago
Sam assumes the existence of a stage understudy who must prevent a ruinous fall by the show's drunken lead (John Cullum).
aired 361 days ago
As a Southern lawyer in 1957, Sam defends a black housekeeper (Tyra Ferrell) accused of killing her employer and lover.
aired 368 days ago
Sam becomes a mentally impaired dockworker whose sister-in-law (Laura Harrington) wants to put him in an institution.
aired 368 days ago
Sam jumps into the life of a beleaguered rabbi who is desperately trying to reunite his torn family. Teri Hanauer and Russ Tamblyn guest star.
aired 375 days ago
In 1959 Sam becomes a disc jockey helping an FM station manager (Patricia Richardson) battle a puritanical reporter bent on obliterating rock 'n' roll.
aired 375 days ago
As a blind pianist in 1964, Sam has the chance to foil the murder of the musician's girlfriend (Cynthia Bain).
aired 382 days ago
When Sam becomes an attractive female secretary in 1961, he must deal with rampant sexism and his employer's lecherous advances.
aired 382 days ago
In 1953 Sam experiences bigotry and disapproval as a sailor who brings home a Japanese war bride (Leila Hee Olsen).
aired 389 days ago
In 1960 Sam becomes a newlywed policeman whose honeymoon is interrupted by his wife's (Alice Adair) dangerous ex-husband.
aired 389 days ago
Sam becomes a small-time detective who looks just like Humphrey Bogart in 1953, and he is suspected of murdering his partner.
aired 396 days ago
Sam becomes a teenage hot rodder in 1961, whose sister (Romy Windsor) is about to enter a regrettable marriage.
aired 396 days ago
Sam experiences racism firsthand when he leaps into the body of an elderly black man in the pre-civil rights South of 1955.
aired 403 days ago
Sam becomes a 1965 hit man whose romance with the godfather's (guest star Michael Genovese) girlfriend (guest star Terri Garber) places him in danger.
aired 403 days ago
Sam finds himself on a Texas ranch in 1956 as a submissive veterinarian in love with a tough rancher.
aired 410 days ago
Sam transmigrates into a boxer whose past fights were fixed by gangsters but whose present contract is held by nuns.

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