Conner makes the decision to finally live forward by jumping back to save Norah, even if this destroys any chance of saving Haley. But the jump back to Norah leaves two Conners on the same timeline, with wide-reaching repercussions that will change all their lives.
Norah realizes the only way she can ever confront Conner about her father’s death is to die herself, forcing him into a test that could cost one of them their life.
Norah finally meets the mysterious Jack, who challenges her to let the universe play out as intended. Meanwhile, Nathan takes the hacking of Lifeline’s computer system very personally, making sure the man responsible pays a high price.
Jay defies Nathan and begins building a Jumpbox that he believes will go back in time, which Conner wants to use to save Haley. Jasmine realizes that Conner is never going to completely let go of the past, and pledges her loyalty to Nathan, using Conner for her own advancement.
Conner’s six-year quest to find the man who killed Haley ends when he comes face-to-face with her killer — forcing him to choose between living forward or chasing the ghosts of the past.
Norah, now a teenager, finds comfort, and potentially love, living with a group of teens in an abandoned warehouse. But when a confrontation with her foster father leads Norah to dangerous behavior, Conner must jump forward in time to save her without Lifeline finding out.
Conner's future at Lifeline is put in jeopardy when Nathan tells him he can't seek revenge for Haley’s death. And Norah struggles to cope with her new foster home, which isn't what it appears to be.
Conner Hooks is the top agent at a mysterious company that offers the ultimate in life "insurance" — if a client faces death, an agent jumps forward in time 33 days to save them. But Conner’s world and career are turned upside-down when he receives a mysterious call challenging him save the one life he cares about most… his wife's.