The Fosters: Season 2 (2014 - 2015)


Season 2
The Fosters

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Critic Ratings: 5


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User Ratings: 127
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Air date: Jun 16, 2014
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In the second season of this drama series, Callie (Maia Mitchell) meets her biological father, and the whole Foster family have to deal with the repercussions of this encounter. Meanwhile, Stef (Teri Polo) and Lena (Sherri Saum) are considering having a new baby. Plus, Mariana (Cierra Ramirez) encounters her biological family; and Jude (Hayden Byerly) explores his sexuality.

Critic Reviews for The Fosters Season 2

All Critics (5) | Top Critics (1)

It's moments like these where The Fosters is at its strongest, no matter what less interesting things happen around the margins.

Jan 13, 2014 | Rating: B | Full Review…

It was heartbreak city.

Jan 10, 2018 | Full Review…

As far as stand alone Christmas specials go, this was a pretty solid outing for the Fosters family and does a lot to push the plot forward, or at the very least give fans a small taste of what's in store for the 2nd half of the season.

Dec 8, 2014 | Rating: A- | Full Review…

"Take Me Out" was another slower episode, but it is nice to relax and contemplate who the characters are and just how far they have come since we first met them before the inevitable storm of drama hits once more.

Jun 25, 2014 | Full Review…

[The season premiere] was a smoother, more typical episode of the series, with a more normal mix of ups, downs, secrets, and one very big surprise.

Jun 19, 2014 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for The Fosters: Season 2

  • Aug 19, 2015
    The ambitious, family friendly and extremely relatable tv-show continues on a greater and more emotional path. To have a home and to belong somewhere is a basic human need, and the show still manages to get to me on an emotional level. It’s still therefor very relatable, and you must thank the strong characters to that. The storytelling is just as stunning, but a bit more emotional than the previous season, and it still got a lot to tell about freedom, love, LGBT, parenting, attraction, childhood, diversity and of course everyday life. That’s how great this show really is. We also get to see a lot more critical aspects with stereotypes, and the show really makes a stand with classic social norms in our society. When it comes to the characters; well they’re just as incredible and relatable, but they have developed a lot since the first season. The actors have also evolved, and it still is that one tv-show that makes me crave to love my family even more. We even see what small events can do to us, we get depressed, in love, etc. It really is a clever show! My previous problems with the first season was the classic “drama-clichés” and the somewhat vague actors, but those flaws have actually decreased and I feel that the actors really have grown into their roles. They interact much better. I can definitely say this; it’s one of the most family friendly tv-shows out there, that not just got a classic parenting plot, but a nuanced everyday life-story from adults, teenagers and kids perspective. It separates stereotypes and gender roles to mention a few, so if you haven’t seen it, go check it out! From my more critical perspective does this second season of The Fosters definitely deserve a high rating, just the plot is extraordinary ambitious that challenges for example; social norms – and to see all these everyday and small events result into disaster, or everyday happiness really is something special. But some of the actors haven’t really gotten the best out of them, and yes the somewhat annoying clichés does pull down my critic-rating considerably (not to mention that the whole show is a bit predictable from time to time). My critical rating for this second season is an 8, but since the show needs even more to impress me at a personal level do I only give it a personal rating of a 7/10. Overall rating for each episode: 7.2/10 Critical rating: 8/10 Personal rating: 7/10
  • Apr 15, 2015
    I looove this show. I'm literally obsessed with it!
  • Aug 04, 2014
    I like it, because it shows the struggle kids going in and out foster kids go through, Also its relatable.
  • Aug 02, 2014
    shows how a real family should be always standing up for each other and loving each other no matter what and teaching us all that it is ok to to be different and family is who you choose so never give up
  • Jun 17, 2014
    i do not like this show....

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