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as Lucas Hood
as Mr. Rabbit
as Sugar Bates
as Carrie Hopewell
as Gordon Hopewell
as Deva Hopewell
as Emmett Yawners
as Siobhan Kelly
as Brock Lotus
as Rebecca Bowman
as Dan Kendall
as Chayton Littlestone
as Jim Racine
as Solomon Bowman
as George Hunter
as Breece Connors
News & Interviews for Banshee: Season 2
This Cinemax series knows it's crazy. It delights in its trashiness, its pulpiness. There's lots of crazy violence. There's lots of crazy sex. There are lots of crazy gunfights. The actors... are crazy hot.
This first episode of season two doesn't disappoint.
If, amidst all the fisticuffs, high-speed robberies, and squirrel crushing Banshee can discover and show the audience what it is about these characters that makes them want to choose one life over the other, then season 2 might just top the first.
The beauty of Banshee comes from its compelling storytelling but also from its layered and complex characters, each of them continually being fleshed out.
My affection for this show grows as it pummels its way into a taut, enjoyable second season.
Audience Reviews for Banshee: Season 2
This season was more of the same and not of the good kind. The whole Mr. Rabbit ordeal should've been solved on S01 and we're treading on the same ground here as far as our protagonists go. Still, the villains get some more screen time with mixed results. The annoying flash back montage is here too, the silly romance too; only the nuttiness of the fight scenes and action set pieces is still top notch.
Picking up from what's left in the end of season 1. Season 2 still shines brightly, the plot still managed to be interesting, it featured the subplot of racial tension within the peaceful town, which lead to a war between the Amish community and the Native American clan.
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