Black Monday: Season 2

Black Monday: Season 2

Black Monday: Season 2

Don Cheadle (House of Lies) returns to the Showtime comedy that earned him an Emmy nomination, set in the late '80s where a group of outsiders aim to challenge the old-boys club of Wall Street. Regina Hall (Girls Trip) and Paul Scheer (The League) also return.

2020USAShowtime
Comedy

Streaming (1 Provider)

EPISODE 2.1
16 March 2020

Mixie-Dixie

After the fallout from Black Monday, Dawn and Blair pursue a new deal from different directions while Mo runs from his past.

EPISODE 2.2
16 March 2020

So Antoine

Mo has an unexpected guest. Blair and Tiff go looking for a new home.

EPISODE 2.3
23 March 2020

Idiot Inside

Mo tries to extricate Keith from a difficult situation.

EPISODE 2.4
30 March 2020

Fore!

Blair's new political connection puts Dawn in a compromising position. Yassir and Wayne attempt to solve an office mystery.

EPISODE 2.5
6 April 2020

Violent Crooks and Cooks of Books

Blair and Dawn take to the skies to pursue a new investor. Mo and Keith struggle with relocation.

EPISODE 2.6
13 April 2020

Arthur Ponzarelli

A new client presents a moral quandary for Dawn. Mo, Blair, and Keith chase down leads while Tiff has an identity crisis.

EPISODE 2.7
29 June 2020

Who Are You Supposed To Be?

At TBDs Halloween party, Blair tries to make the trade of a lifetime, Mo and Dawn argue over an opportunity, Tiff and Corkie loosen up, and Keith phones a friend.

EPISODE 2.8
6 July 2020

Lucky Shoes

On election night, Blair makes a risky proposition while Mo and Dawn go on a double date. Keith makes a startling discovery.

EPISODE 2.9
13 July 2020

At That Time

Blair is forced to revisit his past while Mo, Keith and Dawn try to make amends.

EPISODE 2.10
20 July 2020

I Don't Like Mondays

A plan comes together. Season finale.

Black Monday: Season 2 / Reviews

IndieWire

IndieWire

This series sprints frantically, like its appalling antihero after an ecstatic toke of cocaine. One minute, a down-and-out Mo is licking wounds, and the next, he’s knee-deep in a new scheme.

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