I was wondering if they are gonna muck up the timelines to the point were there are mutually exclusive events. Like, saving Lucy's sister means Wyatt's wife stays dead. And also, what if Flynn is from one timeline (where, say, originally he WAS married to Lucy's mom and she IS his daughter) and now with her sister gone, "she" is also gone in this new timeline, only preserved because she was in the big sphere thingy. So her DNA isn't matching Rittenhouse dude, even though he and her mom did have a daughter they think is still Lucy. Did that make sense?
I'm hearing a lot of buzz from folks I wouldn't think would watch this, like my very not-geeky sister, and my mom. If so, they are gonna have to dance a very razor sharp line between nonsense history/dumbed down, or wrongheaded history, and boring realistic history while they keep the stories exciting. My non-college educated non-geeky sister said, "I don't wanna watch something that's gonna make me dumber than I already am." :D (She's not dumb, was a business-tech associate degree person focused on the workaday world, and now wishes she had a more broad, liberal-in-the-old-sense education. If the show is appealing to those kinds of people, they need to respect them, and yet also hold onto actual history buffs for cred. imo
“You want weapons? We’re in a library! Books! The best weapons in the world!” — The Doctor, S2E2