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Extant: Season 2 (2015)

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Critic Consensus: Extant amps up the action in Season Two, adding much-needed stamina to shore up Halle Berry's compelling performance.

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In the second and final season of this sci-fi thriller, Molly (Halle Barry) begins coping with losing Ethan (Pierce Gagnon), only to realize his programming is intact, meaning he is still alive. However, an act of betrayal sees her lose Ethan again and, coupled with the sudden death of a loved one in the season premiere, sends Molly spiraling out of control. Later, she becomes wrapped up in a murder investigation with detective JD Richter (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), but it proves to be a far more complex than meets the eye. Elsewhere, a more powerful Humanich named Lucy (Kiersey Clemons) is created and a deadly plot against the alien hybrids surfaces, putting Molly, Ethan, JD and others directly in harm's way.

Cast

Halle Berry
as Molly Watts
Goran Visnjic
as John Watts
Pierce Gagnon
as Ethan Watts
Grace Gummer
as Julie Gelineau
David Morrissey
as Tobias Shepherd
Tyler Hilton
as Charlie
Hilarie Burton
as Anna Schaefer
Hiroyuki Sanada
as Hideki Yasumoto
Michael O'Neill
as Alvin Sparks
Necar Zadegan
as Shayna Velez
Lyndon Smith
as Kelsey Richter
Camryn Manheim
as Sam Barton
Kate Burton
as Fiona Stanton
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Critic Reviews for Extant: Season 2

All Critics (11) | Top Critics (4)

The love-hate chemistry between Morgan and Berry recalled a Bogart/Bacall noir. Sadly, it will no doubt be wasted by this criminally cack-handed drama.

July 2, 2015 | Rating: 1/5 | Full Review…

Berry rallies in the second half of the premiere, seeming to finally embrace the absurdity of the space-invader plot with a "if we're doing this, let's do this" determination.

July 2, 2015 | Full Review…
Top Critic

Halle Berry, in the Season 2 premiere of Extant, is maybe a little looser than she was in Season 1, but she's also playing a person who has a pretty decent reason to be in a mental institution.

July 2, 2015 | Rating: B | Full Review…

A major makeover doesn't look bad on Extant.

July 2, 2015 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…

Yes, Season 2 makes concessions to mass appeal. Nonetheless, these make Extant more alive in ways it might have benefitted from had they been there from the start.

January 26, 2016 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…

With its use of aliens and robots, Extant dares to merge classic science fiction into our everyday lives; so much so, that it starts to feel like it is holding up a mirror to the world we live in today.

July 8, 2015 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Extant: Season 2

½

The series has gotten a reboot so to speak, in hopes they won't be booted from the screen themselves. The pilot episode is a confusion made in time travel. There's 3-5 times we are shown before the actual story just to set us up with what happened. Their trick to 'retell' the story after the events of the first season. He husband is now dead, and Jeffery Dean Morgan is in it. She's been in a 'rest' home, but it's really for those they think have mental problems. after a few epiosdes, it's not really improved. I've slipped in watching it; besides Chiller shows Todd and the book of Pure Evil from 10-12!

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