Tyrant: Season 2 (2015)

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Air date: Jun 16, 2015

Barry awaits punishment for leading a failed coup and Jamal agonizes over whether or not to execute him; Molly fights to secure Barry's freedom before it's too late; Ihab and Samira turn to desperate tactics.

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Air date: Jun 23, 2015

On the verge of death, Barry scours the desert for salvation; Jamal grapples with the loss of his brother; the reality of Barry's death sets in upon Molly's return stateside as she struggles to adjust to normal life.

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Air date: Jun 30, 2015

Barry is taken in by a Bedouin family, who are bound by hospitality and custom; Jamal is distraught over Tariq's drastic military action; Molly reconnects with a classmate who helps her navigate the Al-Fayeed family trust.

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Air date: Jul 7, 2015

Barry adapts to his new identity and becomes involved in the life of the village; Amira introduces a highly decorated war hero to Jamal; Ihab and Samira's plans to flee the country are thwarted.

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Air date: Jul 14, 2015

Barry worries that his identity will be revealed when the Army of the Caliphate arrives; Tariq and Jamal's conflict reaches a breaking point; Molly and Sammy travel to Abuddin.

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Air date: Jul 21, 2015

Jamal wants military support from the Chinese; Barry stays in Abuddin and stands up to the Caliphate; Sammy finds out that Abdul has been kidnapped.

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Air date: Jul 28, 2015

Jamal feels his country is spiraling out of control and is desperate for a military victory; Barry's attempt to rescue Daliyah has unintended consequences; Rami consults with Amira on how to navigate Jamal's erratic behavior.

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Air date: Aug 4, 2015

Barry wrestles with the notion that he needs the palace's support to survive; Jamal questions where Rami's loyalty lies; Sammy plans to give his money to insurgents fighting the Army of the Caliphate.

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Air date: Aug 11, 2015

Jamal believes Khalil is the only person he can trust; Barry reveals to Molly that he's alive; Ahmed asks Nusrat to run away with him; Ihab zeroes in on a traitor in the Caliphate.

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Air date: Aug 18, 2015

Barry prepares to lead a crucial mission; Jamal takes extreme action that has far-reaching ramifications; Leila doubts Jamal's ability to see them through the storm.

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Cast & Crew

Adam Rayner
Barry Al-Fayeed

Actor
Jennifer Finnigan
Molly Al-Fayeed

Actor
Ashraf Barhom
Jamal Al-Fayeed

Actor
Moran Atias
Leila Al-Fayeed

Actor
Noah Silver
Sammy Al-Fayeed

Actor
Alice Krige
Amira Al-Fayeed

Actor
Alexander Karim
Ihab Rashid

Actor
Cameron Gharaee
Ahmed Al-Fayeed

Actor
Sibylla Deen
Nusrat Al-Fayeed

Actor
Jake Weber
Jimmy Timmons

Guest Star
Keon Alexander
Rami Said

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Darius Homayoun
Abu Omar

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Peter Polycarpou
Colonel Mahmoud Al-Ghazi

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Melia Kreiling
Daliyah Al-Yazbek

Actor
Ariyon Bakare
Solomon

Guest Star
Olivia Popica
Halima

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Omar Maskati
Marwan

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Armin Karima
Kasim Al-Yazbek

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Nathan Clarke
Munir Al-Yazbek

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Adam El Hagar
Siddiq

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Howard Gordon
Executive Producer
Glenn Gordon Caron
Executive Producer
Gideon Raff
Executive Producer
David Yates
Executive Producer
Avi Nir
Executive Producer
Mark Richard
Screenwriter
Mando Alvarado
Screenwriter
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Critic Reviews for Tyrant: Season 2

Audience Reviews for Tyrant: Season 2

  • Jul 02, 2021
    realy goooooood!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Sep 10, 2016
    Phenomenal. A great plot. We warchc
  • Aug 07, 2016
    Must watch. Excellent drama. It keeps getting better and better Awesome actors. Truly a keeper. Thumbs up!
  • Jul 18, 2016
    Everyone seems to think this is some sort of timely drama about the Middle East. Don't be silly! This show has as much to do with the Middle East as Outsiders has to do with the Appalachians or Deadwood has to do with South Dakota. You know Friends was filmed in LA, right? Nope, this show is yet another in a long line of shows seeking to replicate the magic of The Sopranos: the loving, disfunctional family as a romantic, outlaw enterprise. Sons of Anarchy did a good job. Outsiders did a fairly poor job. This one is somewhere in between. There will be many more attempts.
  • Oct 03, 2015
    This is so much better than season 1, it's almost unbelievable. It's still cheesy and affected with this impactant soap-opera aura, but the drama is good and the addendum of modern middle-eastern conflict plot makes this second (and maybe last) season very enjoyable.
  • Sep 12, 2015
    I was hooked on season 2 and hope the series is extended. The events in the series are timely and reflect current events.
  • Sep 04, 2015
    have to admit i couldnt wait each tuesday for this show to start. Each episode gets me wondering what will happen next to both brothers.
  • Aug 25, 2015
    One of the best shows on TV this year.
  • Aug 24, 2015
    Primarily being a fan of films over television, the select shows I do watch have to be of a particular breed of drama, action, and maybe a mix of comedy, which the first season was devoid of greatly, at least the action part, and the drama that the show was supposed to bank on was not easy to pick up on, and to casual viewers, it was hard to keep up with what was happening, but upon the second season, which I only started originally to find the resolve of the first season's finale, I was far more intrigued as certain tones that were too heavy in the first season were turned down, and other tones that were too vague were brought into clarity. This made it easy for me to follow the story and more compelled to return and see what happens next, along with new additions to the cast providing further interesting plot points. The second season of this show is definitely an improvement over the first that entertains me more than I ever thought would.
  • Aug 16, 2015
    Glad I watched season one, which dealt with a lot of character development, because season two is great! Riveting, suspenseful, and based on what is happening throughout the middle east, believable.

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