The Son: Season 2 (2019)

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Season 2
The Son

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Episodes

1
Air date: Apr 27, 2019
2
Air date: May 4, 2019
3
Air date: May 11, 2019
4
Air date: May 18, 2019
5
Air date: May 25, 2019
6
Air date: Jun 1, 2019
7
Air date: Jun 8, 2019
8
Air date: Jun 15, 2019
9
Air date: Jun 22, 2019
10
Air date: Jun 29, 2019

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Eli McCullough will stop at nothing to secure his legacy against the backdrop of the nascent oil industry of 1917. But the biggest challenge he faces will be quelling a civil war under his own roof, triggered by his idealistic son Pete.

Cast

Pierce Brosnan
as Eli McCullough
Jacob Lofland
as Young Eli McCullough
Henry Garrett
as Pete McCullough
Zahn McClarnon
as Toshaway
Paola Nunez
as Maria Garcia
Sydney Lucas
as Jeannie McCullough
Carlos Bardem
as Pedro Garcia
David Wilson Barnes
as Phineas McCullough
Elizabeth Frances
as Prairie Flower
Caleb Burgess
as Jonas McCullough
Lois Smith
as Jeanne Anne McCullough
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Critic Reviews for The Son Season 2

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It's a thoroughly decent exploration of the contest between ethics and burgeoning power, as well as a war of wills between a messed-up, morally "flexible" patriarch and his progeny.

Apr 29, 2019 | Rating: 7.9/10 | Full Review…

This is character driven action driving character, and truly artistic storytelling. It stays small, plays large.

Apr 24, 2019 | Rating: 5/5 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for The Son: Season 2

  • Sep 23, 2019
    Solid conclusion to the series that finds Eli McCullough morphing into an oil tycoon, only to deal with both new enemies and old. The cast remains excellent, with Pierce Brosnan continuing one of the best performances of his career as the ruthless but loving head of the McCullough clan, believing he is justified in his actions as long as it protects his family. He gets great support form the rest of the cast, with Sydney Lucas shining as his granddaughter who is the most like him. Behind the camera, the show runners create another complicated drama, bouncing between three different timelines now, from a young Eli as an Commanche captive, the adult Eli and a new one that shows just where the McCullough clan went. They don't shy away from complicated issues, from racism to homosexuality, with every character with layers of grey (you understand why Eli is so ruthless, even if you don't agree with his actions). While a bit heavy handed at times, still an effective Western drama, if only for Brosans's epic performance.
  • Sep 06, 2019
    Top notch, exceptional series. Cancelling such a gem is a crime. Loved every second of both seasons.
  • May 30, 2019
    Season 2 transitions well from season 1. As the season progresses it builds the suspense for an expected final climax. There are a lot of mysterious elements that lead the viewer to anticipate.
  • May 15, 2019
    To much identity politics again, the writers must be patting themselves on the back. This could of been a great show!

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