Catastrophe: Season 2

Catastrophe: Season 2

Catastrophe: Season 2

Rob and Sharon navigate this new life of being parents in season two of the London-based rom-com series while also pondering if they're still sexually compatible. 

2015UK
ComedyRomance
Creator:
Sharon Horgan ('Divorce', 'Motherland', 'Women on the Verge')Rob Delaney
Cast:
Sharon HorganRob DelaneyMark BonnarAshley Jensen
EPISODE 2.1

Episode 1

Times have changed for the turbulent lovers with their new arrival at home. A family gathering brings Rob's mother and an incident with a dog.

EPISODE 2.2

Episode 2

Rob faces an indecent proposal from an exotic new colleague, while Sharon suffers a tough rejection from her only 'mum friend'.

EPISODE 2.3

Episode 3

Rob and Sharon embark on a trip to Paris in order to galvanise their love life. Unfortunately, results are mixed at best.

EPISODE 2.4

Episode 4

As Rob and Sharon celebrate a tainted wedding anniversary, Fran and Chris are drifting further apart. Elsewhere, Dave's flourishing love affair with Catherine - a high achiever he's met through AA - is gathering momentum.

EPISODE 2.5

Episode 5

While Rob faces some ugly accusations at work, Sharon realises that she's not ready to return to teaching.

EPISODE 2.6

Episode 6

Rob and Sharon are estranged. While Rob falls off the wagon, Sharon has a heavy night out that could have dire consequences.

Catastrophe: Season 2 / Reviews

Variety

Variety

The easy rapport between the two leads is, if anything, even more smooth and enjoyable this year, and their frisky dialogue, always full of delightful left turns and segues, manages to incorporate anger, frustration and affection in equal quantities.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

Your leader in the clubhouse for comedies in 2016 is Catastrophe on Amazon. ... There is much to love here. There is arguably more to love than last season, which seems almost inconceivable.

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IndieWire

IndieWire

Catastrophe is a comedy, first and foremost, but it masterfully proves that you don't have to sacrifice depth for laughs

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