A soldier from the 15th century, a university student from the 19th century and a nurse from the present join the secret 'Department of Time', a secret department within the Spanish government with the ability to travel through time. Their mission is prevent changes in history.
Mourning a loss, the patrol is sent to foil a plan to kidnap Alfred Hitchcock during the premiere of "Vertigo" at the 1958 San Sebastián Film Festival
A Spanish spy's capture in Nazi-occupied France in 1943 jeopardizes Britain's Operation Mincemeat, critical to the Allied victory of World War II
When Gustavo Adolpho Bécquer writes one too many "Letters from My Cell," the patrol travels to 1864 Trasmoz, where a woman is accused of witchcraft.
In the present-day Prado Museum, an invisible force slashes Goya's "Nude Maja," sending the Ministry to 1799 to convince the artist to repaint it.
The trio travels to 1605 Valladolid after the attempted poisoning of a British envoy threatens the inning of a peace treaty between Spain and England
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.
When Luis Buñuel's "Viridiana" fails to pass Francoist censorship, Irene travels to 1961 with Pacino and Alonso to ensure the film wins at Cannes.
The disappearance of a Spanish priest key to Hernán Cortes' conquest of Mexico sends Alonso and Pacino to the 16th century Yucatán Peninsula
To finda portal to the future, the Exterminating Angel abducts Abraham Levi, who escapes to 1417 Peñíscola and begs Antipope Benedict XIII for help
Moorish refugees from 1609 inundate the Ministry headquarters. Alonso and Pacino must stop an assassination plot against Simón Bolivar in 1828 Bogotá.
A cancellation of the premiere of "La Verbena de la Paloma" sends three Ministry workers to 1894. Alonso interrogates Arteche, who tells his life story.
The patrol is dispatched to 1976 after learning that Adolfo Suárez is not among the candidates for prime minister of Spain.