Critic Consensus: The Expanse's second season offers more of the show's excellent signature production values while increasing character development and politically thrilling narratives.
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The show's epic scope... remains intact, as well as its always impressive production values and effects. But there's more focus to the first four episodes of the season than expected, thanks to more of the characters uniting in proximity to similar goals.
The show's scope is contracting rather than expanding. And a series I liked with reservations has become one I enjoy more or less completely.
I happen to be someone who likes this sort of thing, but The Expanse season two is a much better version of that thing now that everyone knows what's up and can take action accordingly.
If well-researched science fiction is your bag, season two of The Expanse is sure to thrill, confound, and delight in equal measure. Just make sure you're paying attention.
Now that we know who's behind most of the mysterious events, and trying to instigate war, The Expanse has a chance to be even better now in its second season.
Its willingness to mix up tones, and even its protagonists, has been laudable. The writers have reached a point where you can tell they feel completely confident in the world they've created and can do whatever they choose within it.
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