11.22.63 (2016)
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Other Voices, Other Rooms 

Jake strikes up an unlikely friendship with Bill, and the pair travel to Dallas, where Jake begins living a double life, and both of them trail Lee Harvey Oswald.


James Strong


Bridget Carpenter (developed for television by), Stephen King (based on the novel by) | 1 more credit »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
James Franco ... Jake Epping
Sarah Gadon ... Sadie Dunhill
Cherry Jones ... Marguerite Oswald
Lucy Fry ... Marina Oswald
George MacKay ... Bill Turcotte
Daniel Webber ... Lee Harvey Oswald
Josh Duhamel ... Frank Dunning
Chris Cooper ... Al Templeton
Juliette Angelo ... Bobbi Jill Allnut
Antoni Corone ... Jack Ruby
Jonny Coyne ... George de Mohrenschildt
Braeden Lemasters ... Mike Coslaw
Gregory North ... General Edwin Walker
Tonya Pinkins ... Mia Mimi Corcoran
Nick Searcy ... Deke Simmons


Jake finds an unlikely ally in his quest in local drifter Bill Turcote. He gets a teaching job in a small town near Dallas and discovers romantic sparks with school librarian Sadie Dunhill. Jake constructs a double life - spying at night on Lee Harvey Oswald as the potential assassin within Jake builds. Trailing Oswald takes Jake into the dark side of Dallas, where he realizes Oswald may not be the only threat Kennedy will have to face.

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English | Russian

Release Date:

29 February 2016 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Guelph, Ontario, Canada See more »

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Technical Specs


Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


Jake (James Franco) mockingly calls Billy "James Dean." Franco played Dean in a TV biopic. See more »


As Jake and Bill walk along Elm Street, Dallas the train behind them is moving at different speeds in different shots. See more »


Deke Simmons: Why come to a little place like Jodie when there's plenty of teaching jobs in Dallas?
Jake Epping: I didn't really take to the city.
Deke Simmons: Well it is a shit hole, all right.
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References From Here to Eternity (1953) See more »


The Madison Time, Pt. 1
Written by Eddie Morrison and Ray Bryant
Performed by Ray Bryant Combo
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Great episode, building momentum
1 March 2016 | by pablocegarSee all my reviews

This show is being fantastic, there has been some suspense and a lot of things that hopefully will be explained later on the show. Although this episode is not the best one yet (In my opinion that was the first one), I expect the show to improve even more, and I can see how they are building momentum, until in one episode they will drop the bomb. It's looking really good at the moment and I don't understand people that criticize the screen writing or the acting, because they're both definitely way better than TV shows like Arrow and The Flash which are way overrated in my opinion.

Great show, I really recommend it. And keep up the good work, so we can see what 'the past' has yet to do.

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