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Marvel's Runaways: Season 2 (2018)
Critic Consensus: Runaways hits the ground running in its sophomore season, but though it deepens the connections between its expansive cast, formulaic stories and an over-dependence on plot devices holds it back from fully maturing into a compelling character study.
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as Chase Stein
as Molly Hernandez
as Gert Yorkes
as Stacey Yorkes
as Janet Stein
as Alex Wilder
as Karolina Dean
as Tina Minoru
as Victor Stein
as Nico Minoru
as Frank Dean
as Catherine Wilde
as Geoffrey Wilder
as Dale Yorkes
as Leslie Dean
as Destiny Gonzalez
as Robert Minoru
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It's these sorts of details, not the too-deep alien mythology, which makes the show compelling - and if the show returns for a third season, hopefully it'll remember that.
Much of what makes Runaways work is simply being able to spend time with these characters, watching them come into their own, as each of the kids - and even their parents - have distinct personalities.
This season also dives into their relationship, which is heartfelt and beautifully portrayed. You get to see their highs and lows and it feels genuine.
You've gotta keep moving if you wanna stay sharp on these streets, and it largely seems that Runaways has spent the last year napping, content to just keep being the show that it was last year and not a show eager to push itself.
Runaways is one of those TV shows that is a fun, sometimes moving experience with a killer premise and cast. It's also hindered by the better TV show you can see inside of it, a TV show it sometimes becomes, but never fully commits to.
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