Looking: Season 2 (2015)

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Season two of Looking impresses as a subtle ensemble character study, with acute and moving attention to detail.

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Critic Ratings: 10

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User Ratings: 213

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Air date: Jan 11, 2015

In the Season 2 premiere, Patrick, Agustín and Dom stay at Lynn's cabin on the Russian River, where Patrick is looking for some downtime to think about his future back in San Francisco, but the trio are lured into a wild party in the woods. Meanwhile, Dom searches for clues about Lynn's old life.

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Air date: Jan 18, 2015

Patrick and Kevin happily recall their childhood obsessions, but the former's mood turns darker when he's confronted with a health scare. Meanwhile, Dom inspects a possible location for his Portuguese take-out restaurant; and Augustín looks forward to a rendezvous with someone he met at the Russian River.

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Air date: Jan 25, 2015

Patrick prepares for an important milestone with Kevin, who wants to keep their relationship a secret even though he's planning to attend Dom's rugby match. Meanwhile, Agustín expresses his gratitude to Richie; and Dom wonders if Lynn really supports his restaurant dream while having breakfast with Doris and her new fling.

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Air date: Feb 8, 2015

Agustín finds inspiration after spending a day at a shelter with Eddie; Patrick wonders if he and Richie can still be friends, but worries about his relationship with Kevin after seeing him at a farmers market; Doris helps Dom raise money for a big career move.

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Air date: Feb 15, 2015

Patrick goes to San Leandro to see where Richie grew up and apologize for the way things ended. Meanwhile, Agustín visits an ailing Eddie at home; and Kevin mulls his next move.

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Air date: Feb 22, 2015

Patrick throws a bash for Halloween and dresses up as his favorite video-game character, but he's distracted by Richie and his new boyfriend. Meanwhile, Agustín hopes to make after-party plans with Eddie; and Doris reluctantly agrees to a couples costume with Malik.

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Air date: Mar 1, 2015

Patrick attends a funeral with Dom and Doris in their hometown of Modesto, Cal., after a sudden death in the family.

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Air date: Mar 8, 2015

Patrick looks forward to debuting his new game app at the GaymerX convention with Kevin, but he's afraid their booth might be too conservative. Meanwhile, Dom shows Doris and Malik how his take-out window is coming along; and Agustín is nervous about getting intimate with HIV-positive Eddie.

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Air date: Mar 15, 2015

Kevin spends a day at the zoo with his opinionated sister at their mom's behest, and tags along with Kevin when he looks at a new apartment. Meanwhile, disappointing financial news comes between Doris and Dom; and Eddie tries to persuade Agustín to do an art project for the shelter.

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Air date: Mar 22, 2015

In the Season 2 finale, Agustín gets nervous at the unveiling of the mural shelter; Malik urges Dom to fix his friendship with Doris; and Patrick makes a discovery that causes him to reassess what he wants in a relationship.

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The second and final series of this HBO dramedy created by Michael Lannan continues to follow Patrick and his best friends, Dom and Agustín, as they navigate through the obstacles of life and romance in San Francisco. Patrick pursues his dream job of becoming a video-game designer as he tries to find love within a complicated relationship; while Dom still yearns to open a restaurant despite his financial woes; and Agustín is both inspired by and fearful of his involvement with a new romantic partner.

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Audience Reviews for Looking: Season 2

  • Dec 11, 2019
    An extension of Season 1, its the perfect continuation of the series: a non-pretentious look at gay life rooted in a more realistic setting: people working average jobs (hair dresser, social service workers, mixed with software designers) and showing that gay life isn't all posh and high income earners. I also love that its a diverse cast, because there aren't enough gay latino voices on TV, yet half the cast revolves around gay latinos. It goes where a lot of other shows haven't and its a must see.
  • Jul 28, 2019
    Better than Season 1, and great look at Patrick's tragically realistic life. Sad that it couldn't continue, but really how much of a disaster can one character be for so long without imploding? Recommended watch.
  • Mar 02, 2018
    Sweet story. We have to know what will be happened next!!!
  • Oct 30, 2015
    I love this show. Season 2 had a bit of a different vibe, with different challenges and situations in their life. It's so raw and insane and beautiful, with really great characters that i love to live through and i hope the closing special next year gives the show justice.
  • Jul 26, 2015
    One of the most realistic shows I've seen to which it's easy to relate. Great cast, great quality.
  • Apr 17, 2015
    This show wonderfully depicted the lives of gay men in modern times, and the struggles that we deal with. It didn't give us stereotypes, but showed us a more human side of the daily life of a gay man. It was beautifully written and the acting was incredible. From episode one, the chemistry between each character was simply amazing. Such a great crew.
  • Apr 17, 2015
    A tv-series that has been incredibly revolutionary and important to an often marginalized gay community. The first show that truly portrays gay people as persons, as humans first and foremost. And the first tv-show where being gay is not a problem or an issue but where gay peoples lives is shown to have meaning. Where you explore a gay-majority world and where gay men aren't accessories, sidekicks or comic reliefs. If not on HBO, please help make arrangements for it's continuation on another network. It would be tragic if this show is lost. I feel that a special episode will not do justice to the stories of these characters who have become like friends to us. :( This show is very real, very natural. I love everything Andrew Haigh makes. So sad that HBO cancelled it. I would really like to see another season.
  • Apr 17, 2015
    Most Authentic & Refreshing show on TV.
  • Mar 26, 2015
    Great Series! don't know why they will cancel :(
  • Mar 25, 2015
    A much better season with better storyline. What a shame it got canceled right after the season finished.

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