Insatiable: Season 2 (2019)

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Air date: Oct 11, 2019

Patty and Bob work frantically to cover up her crimes and are met with a few surprises. The regionals queen is given her crown.

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While the police investigate the recent murder, Patty works to unite the pageant contestants in a public relations attempt to change the headlines.

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Patty finds an eating disorder sponsor and meets a significant person. Bob takes on a new client. Coralee encourages Bob Barnard to run for mayor.

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Coralee and Regina throw a feminist period party. Bob goes polyamorous speed dating. Patty is haunted by visions while mentoring a "little sister."

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Magnolia visits Hughes University to try to piece together her lost memories. Dixie learns a shocking secret. Bob launches his mayoral campaign.

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A crushed Patty throws herself into her newfound talent with the help of a tempting instructor. Brick decides he wants to be a social media influencer.

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Nonnie investigates a crime. Patty competes in the state pageant while simultaneously working her recovery program. Angie encounters trouble.

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A tragedy lands Patty in prison, where she helps plan a pageant. Meanwhile, Coralee and Bob's division of their home results in a surprise.

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The Bobs face off in a heated debate with quite a few twists, while Coralee tries to remove herself from danger. Patty and Nonnie go on a ghost tour.

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The Miss American Lady pageant declares its winner as shocking truths come to light, and Patty embraces her inner self, much to Bob's dismay.

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In season two of Insatiable we find Patty dealing with, well, a lot. Her past is haunting her, and her struggle to be "good" is becoming harder and harder each day as she battles her inner demons. And Bob -- well -- he's helping her cover up Christian's murder, but just how far will his loyalties go? Will he continue to allow his romantic relationships, his career ambitions, and his integrity to take a beating, just to help Patty pursue her pageant dreams and when beauty queens start going missing, who's to blame "Patty's rage" Or is there more at play?

Cast & Crew

Michael Provost
Brick Armstrong
Alyssa Milano
Coralee Armstrong
Christopher Gorham
Bob Barnard
Erinn Westbrook
Magnolia Barnard
Dallas Roberts
Bob Armstrong
Irene Choi
Dixie Sinclair
Nina Wass
Executive Producer
Andy Fleming
Executive Producer
Andrea Shay
Executive Producer
Todd Hoffman
Executive Producer
Dennis Kim
Executive Producer
Ryan Seacrest
Executive Producer
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Audience Reviews for Insatiable: Season 2

  • Feb 22, 2021
    is a very strange serie but is so addictive
  • Feb 19, 2021
    Horrible ending for no reason. Can't believe I finished the whole series. Terrible.
  • Oct 26, 2020
    Only people with no humour will dislike Insatiable. Netflix gives Sabrina 4 seasons but Insatiable can't get another one. What a shame.
  • Jul 23, 2020
    It reverts most of what the characters had previously achieved -if the ending of season 1 hadn't already- and some of the story elements feel repetitive. Emotional states are rushed through like it's a slot machine, and the outlandish moments make it hard to care or root for anyone. This shouldn't matter in a comedy, but Insatiable also tries to take itself extremely seriously at times. It argues how mixed race people can feel excluded by everyone, but at the same time introduces a "villain" who's main goal is getting sandwiched by two middle-aged men. Good writing. The series is still a mess and littered with internet leftist remarks, seemingly moreso than in the last season. Insatiable isn't the right platform for this.. But even so, the last episode peaked my interest and depending on how they do season 3, this strange series could be fully redeemed and turned into something with more consistency. I wasn't planning on returning for another season, but I'm curious to see what the main character's journey is going to be from now on. Forget the self-loathing, the accompanied eating, the hasty romances, and get rid of all the other crazy wacko characters; we only need the girl and her newfound madness.
  • Jun 10, 2020
    "Insatiable" is one of those shows I became intrigued by simply because of how much backlash it faced. I remember despite its ridiculous nature, I actually thought the first season was entertaining. It's hard to call a show like this good, but it is one of those shows that can be so bad it's good. While the first season was sometimes fun and had some enjoyable dark humor, the show definitely dropped significantly in quality in the second, and as a result, reached its inevitable cancellation. This certainly is not a show I'd recommend for anyone to watch right away, as there are so many better shows on Netflix alone, but considering how widely hated it is, I think it is better than its given credit for.
  • Jun 09, 2020
    Better than the first. The storyline is decent. The fight between Bob and Bob going on was actually pretty dumb. The cop?! Was awful. Magnolia was bad, Brick was really bad, and every other side character was horribly bad. The last episode ended with a great cliffhanger. I would have liked to see the continuation to this weird show and season.
  • Apr 21, 2020
    Just as good as season one, if not better! More plot, more drama, more comedy! Sad to see the show got cancelled but I'm holding out hope it gets picked up by another streaming service or Netflix changes its mind.
  • Jan 27, 2020
    I loved this show. Everyone has issues, and thanks to "Insatiable" normalizing the worst-case-scenario, we can all feel a little better about ours. Its offensiveness reflected the real-life fat-shaming, gay slurs, and overall prejudice that is so prevalent in this world. It was refreshing to see a psychopath become so human, and to recognize a little bit of that insanity within myself--not that I would ever turn to homicide.
  • Jan 23, 2020
    I hope it's crazier in the coming season
  • Jan 04, 2020
    I was Patty! Loving this show. Anyone who hasn't lost 80 plus pounds in their life might not get it. The people around her sadly are so accurate but the silly humor is healing. People who hate this show must have lived such a really charmed life. Happy for them.

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