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    Looking - Season 2

    A dramedy following the personal and professional lives of a trio of gay men in San Francisco. This season, Patrick finds himself getting what he thinks he wants, only to realize it';;s not what he needs. Agustin leaves his art aspirations behind while striking up a friendship with a charming 'bear' in the wake of his rough break-up, and Dom faces many ups and down as he continues pursuing his dream of opening a Portuguese peri peri chicken establishment.  
    Duration: 30 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2015
    IMDb: 8.2
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  • Actors of "Looking - Season 2"

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  • Characters of "Looking - Season 2"

    Patrick Murray. Character of Looking - Season 2
    Played by: Jonathan Groff
    Agust. Character of Looking - Season 2
    Dom Basaluzzo. Character of Looking - Season 2
    Doris. Character of Looking - Season 2
    Played by: Lauren Weedman
    Kevin Matheson. Character of Looking - Season 2
    Played by: Russell Tovey
    Eddie. Character of Looking - Season 2
    Party Goer #1. Character of Looking - Season 2
    Played by: Clément Bauer
    Richie Donado. Character of Looking - Season 2
    Played by: Raúl Castillo
    Lynn. Character of Looking - Season 2
    Played by: Scott Bakula
    Club Goer. Character of Looking - Season 2
    Played by: Cristina Swift
    Frank. Character of Looking - Season 2
    Played by: O-T Fagbenle
  • Creators of "Looking - Season 2"

    Michael Lannan. Director of Looking - Season 2
    Michael Lannan
  • Critic Reviews of "Looking - Season 2"

    Jessica Rawden
    March 12, 2015

    Looking is special thanks to its subject matter and its characters, and it's a shame there aren't more people championing a show that's emotionally real and often puts its characters into funny circumstances.

    Robert Ham Paste Magazine
    January 13, 2015

    What I admired most about this first episode was how the writers set up the season's biggest themes and story arcs while also giving the characters ample time to cut loose.

    Gem Seddon We Got This Covered
    January 12, 2015

    Season 2 of HBO's gay drama, Looking, returns to our screens picking up with Patrick, Dom and Agustin as they take a trip to Russian River.

    Hank Stuever Washington Post
    January 12, 2015

    [It] is the network's best and most original effort in the half-hour category since Enlightened. Those who stuck with its first season were treated to a story that took a modern, downbeat vibe and extended it into full, fragile beauty in eight episodes.

    Brian Moylan Guardian
    January 12, 2015

    I'm a whole lot more excited about finding out what this season has in store than I was at the end of season one.

    Brandon Nowalk AV Club
    January 12, 2015

    Everyone is pretty much where we left them.

    Eric Henderson Slant Magazine
    January 10, 2015

    Looking may seem a bit quotidian compared to the current requirements of the weekly series format, but its attention to detail isn't given nearly enough credit.

    Brian Lowry Variety
    January 09, 2015

    Looking distinguishes itself by moving past the tired cliches involving gay life to a more matter-of-fact, intensely personal snapshot of these characters and struggles, told in a serialized fashion.

    David Wiegand San Francisco Chronicle
    January 07, 2015

    The second season of HBO's Looking has much of what made the first season such a promising groundbreaker, and more. So why does it feel so static and, frankly, a bit boring?

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