Were you possibly looking for Movies-Net.com for Netflix USA?

The Ministry of Time

Show, 2017
The Ministry of Time
Three officers from different eras work for a secret agency guarding Spain's past from time-traveling intruders trying to manipulate history.
The show The Ministry of Time is a Netflix Original and was released in 2017. Won three 2017 Feroz Awards: Best Drama Series, Best Lead Actress (Aura Garrido) and Best Supporting Actor (Hugo Silva). Suitable for mature audiences only This show is Exciting, Imaginative.
HDUHD 4KHDRDOLBY VISIONDOLBY SURROUNDDOLBY ATMOS

The Ministry of Time on IMDB

Score: 8 of the 10

A warrior from the XVI century, the first female university student from the XIX century and a nurse from the XXI century, join a secret agency to prevent people to change the Spanish history by using time-traveling doors.

Actors in The Ministry of Time

Audio and subtitles

Audio: European Spanish [Original];European Spanish - Audio Description;Brazilian Portuguese
Subtitles: English;Brazilian Portuguese;European Spanish

More like The Ministry of Time

The rating displayed next to the title is based on the average ratings on Netflix, Moviemeter, and IMDB, and is a number between 0 and 5.

New releases via e-mail?

Receive a weekly e-mail with all the new movies and series that Netflix released that week.

Click here to register for free.

Booba
The world is a mystery to little Booba. But he approaches the curiosities around him with wonder, finding adventure in his everyday surroundings.
Oklahoma's Deadliest Tornadoes
Scientists and survivors revisit the harrowing EF5 twister that ripped through Moore in 2013 and explore the challenges of predicting extreme weather.
NOVA: Why Trains Crash
This NOVA program investigates deadly train accidents and explores how technological advances can help make travel by rail safer and more efficient.
NOVA: CyberWar Threat
Amid the ever-changing cyberwar landscape, the powerful National Security Agency is viewed with a mixture of awe and fear around the world.
NOVA: Memory Hackers
Neuroscientists study the mechanisms of memory to explore a challenging idea: that memory is malleable and can be shaped by not only ourselves.