Vicious: Season 2 (2015)


Season 2

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Critic Ratings: 3


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User Ratings: 51
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Air date: Aug 23, 2015
Air date: Aug 30, 2015
Air date: Sep 6, 2015
Air date: Sep 13, 2015
Air date: Sep 20, 2015
Air date: Sep 27, 2015

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Ian McKellen
as Freddie Thornhill
Derek Jacobi
as Stuart Bixby
Frances De La Tour
as Violet Crosby
Iwan Rheon
as Ash Weston
Marcia Warren
as Penelope
Georgia King
as Jess Foster
Samuel Barnett
as Young Stuart
Joan Linder
as Mildred Bixby
Luke Treadaway
as Young Freddie
Lily Frazer
as Cake Shop Assistant
Anthony Edridge
as Maître D'
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Critic Reviews for Vicious Season 2

All Critics (3) | Top Critics (1)

As fun as de la Tour and Rheon are, though, McKellen and Jacobi are the heart of the series, which is the first UK sitcom to feature a homosexual couple at its core.

Sep 11, 2015 | Full Review…

Presumably it took almost two years for Vicious to return in order to negotiate high enough fees to coerce such accomplished actors to come back. We must hope that in future their many, infinitely superior, other projects delay the process even longer.

Jun 2, 2015 | Rating: 1/5 | Full Review…

Despite the stellar cast the writing is frankly snore-inducing and the acting is of the Miranda Hart School of Hammy Self-consciousness.

Jun 1, 2015 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Vicious: Season 2

  • Feb 27, 2016
    Vicious is a bloody brilliant sitcom, terrible that a third series is not being made. For years I have watched the quality of sitcoms here in the US decline into abmisaly unfunny rubbish, Vicious has been a bright comedy amongst a deteriorating American television landscape with funny characters, solid stories, and very well acted - it's full of humor keeping me laughing! It can only be hoped the series will be resurrected to preserve good sitcom television!
  • Jul 07, 2015
    Two of the world's finest Shakespearian actors star in this 'comedy'. Unfortunately all the money is spent on the actors and they forgot to hire a scriptwriter. This is painful, unfunny, vapid rather than 'Vicious'. It is an embarrassment to the gay community, one must assume that McKellen, Jacobi and the other fine actors are all facing bankruptcy - there can't be any other reason they signed up for this absolute drivel.

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