Falling Water: Season 2 (2018)

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Falling Water

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Episodes

1
Air date: Jan 6, 2018
2
Air date: Jan 13, 2018
3
Air date: Jan 20, 2018
4
Air date: Jan 27, 2018
5
Air date: Feb 3, 2018
6
Air date: Feb 10, 2018
7
Air date: Feb 17, 2018
8
Air date: Feb 24, 2018
9
Air date: Mar 3, 2018
10
Air date: Mar 10, 2018

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Season 2 of the supernatural series opens with Tess (Lizzie Brocheré), Taka (Will Yun Lee), and Burton (David Ajala) trying to move on with their lives and forget about their dreams, but they are soon thrown back into the darkness when her son informs Tess of a new threat: The Shadowman. As they try to escape the Shadowman in the dream world, they also work together to find out who he really is in the real world; as secrets are revealed and they realize they can't trust anybody but themselves, they end up being in more danger than ever before.

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Audience Reviews for Falling Water: Season 2

  • Jun 04, 2020
    It is normal that some people perceive this season as "different" from the first. This is explained because there is a "relaxation" of the tension produced by the search for the child by the mother (now all that remains is the permanent risk of losing it again). However, this second season is one of the best series that can be seen at the moment. The narrative is very well plotted, and it travels through the dreamlike in a plot that links what happens in dreams with reality. I am surprised that "criticism" has not been able to appreciate it adequately.
  • Mar 16, 2020
    Season 1 was absolutely brilliant. The premiere of season 2 is a far fall, with pacing and heavy-handed romance akin to a Hallmark channel movie, bad exposition, and forced dialogue.
  • Mar 20, 2018
    The first season was great, but the new showrunner tossed out everything worthwhile in this new season and it's not even worth watching.
  • Feb 25, 2018
    Season 1 was absolutely brilliant on many levels, but all that magic is lost in season 2. They got a new director and the writing and visual direction have suffered immensely. Even a lot of the mythology and story were just dropped as if they had never existed. Sometimes it's hard to believe that this is the same show. Thankfully Season 1 ends on an incredibly satisfying note with the most important threads tied up, so I would suggest to anyone to watch the first season and end the show when it ends. We may never get certain answers to story or mythology, but at least season 1 was a masterpiece.
  • Jan 07, 2018
    I generally agree with the critics on RT, but they got this one WAY wrong when they critiqued Season 1. Falling Water is one of the most unique and enjoyable series o the last few years. I encourage everyone (with any intellect) to give this series a shot.

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