Lethal Weapon: Season 2

Lethal Weapon: Season 2

Lethal Weapon: Season 2

Damon Wayans and Clayne Crawford are Murtaugh and Riggs in this TV adaptation of the classic buddy-cop film series.

2017Rating: TV-14USAWarner Bros. Television
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EPISODE 2.1
21 April 2020

El Gringo Loco

Murtaugh follows Riggs down to Mexico, where he plans to avenge his wife's death and finish off Tito Flores once and for all. Once back in the States, they have a few people to answer... MORE to during the ongoing investigation around Flores, including Murtaugh's family. Avery is questioned by Internal Affairs about the integrity of his department.

EPISODE 2.2
21 April 2020

Dancing in September

A doctor is found dead in the pool of a wellness clinic. Riggs suspects a drug angle and asks Agent Palmer for help.

EPISODE 2.3
21 April 2020

Born to Run

Murtaugh and Riggs investigate the mysterious death of famous singer Shaye's bodyguard. Murtaugh turns to his daughter—a fan of the singer—to learn more about Shaye's background and uncover the possible suspects. Riggs learns the responsibilities... MORE that come with being in a relationship with help from Murtaugh.

EPISODE 2.4
21 April 2020

Flight Risk

Murtaugh and Riggs respond to a robbery that takes place 20,000 feet in the air. The investigation turns into an ongoing hunt for an unreliable father, with his daughter being their main witness. Murtaugh faces... MORE hostility from his daughter as he tries to connect with her.

EPISODE 2.5
21 April 2020

Let It Ride

Murtaugh and Riggs investigate a death that occurs moments before the victim's bet wins a horse race. Leo Getz insists it's a homicide and aids in the investigation. Murtaugh updates his will. Riggs struggles to... MORE come to terms with his past.

EPISODE 2.6
21 April 2020

Gold Rush

Riggs is reunited with childhood friends and comes to realize they might be mixed up in the robbery-homicide case he and Murtaugh are investigating. Murtaugh finds a joint stashed in his kitchen that he brings... MORE to Scorsese for testing in effort to bust one of his kids.

EPISODE 2.7
21 April 2020

Birdwatching

Riggs and Murtaugh investigate the death of a surfer. Murtaugh grows suspicious of Trish's new friend, with whom she's been working on a charity event—and then learns it's NBA champion Scottie Pippen. Riggs has violent... MORE nightmares that bring up scars from his childhood.

EPISODE 2.8
21 April 2020

Fork-Getta-Bout It

Riggs and Murtaugh are led into the underground mob world as they investigate a murder in a hospital. Murtaugh learns that Riana is secretly dating his neighbor and nemesis' son. Riggs spends more time with... MORE his childhood friend. Scorsese's real name is revealed.

EPISODE 2.9
21 April 2020

Fools Rush In

Riggs and Murtaugh are drawn into a fatal world of conspiracy theories. Riggs' relationship with Molly evolves. Murtaugh and Trish attempt to get Harper into a fancy pre-school.

EPISODE 2.10
21 April 2020

Wreck the Halls

It's Christmas time and the Murtaugh family is headed to Hawaii. Murtaugh's vacation is put on hold when he and Riggs are called to a homicide and the victim is an old friend. Riggs gets... MORE a surprise phone call from a relative just in time for Christmas.

EPISODE 2.11
21 April 2020

Funny Money

Riggs and Murtaugh are thrown into the world of counterfeit money. When a group of teenagers inadvertently gets involved, it strikes a chord with Murtaugh, who is dealing with his own issues regarding his son.... MORE Riggs decides to pay a visit to someone from his past.

EPISODE 2.12
21 April 2020

Diggin' Up Dirt

Riggs takes a trip down memory lane while visiting his father-in-law in prison, which reminds him about an old secret regarding his deceased wife.

EPISODE 2.13
21 April 2020

Better Living Through Chemistry

Murtaugh and Riggs respond to the murder of an escaped patient of Dr. Cahill's who mysteriously goes off the rails. Riggs' anger gets the better of him once again, causing Avery to consider whether or... MORE not he is fit to serve. Family tension runs high between Murtaugh and Trish, who have to make big decisions about R.J.

EPISODE 2.14
21 April 2020

Double Shot of Baileys

Bailey's sister runs into trouble with the law, and she must decide how far she'll go to protect her family. Murtaugh must help Riana navigate boy problems. Riggs deals with the fallout of a night... MORE of heavy drinking.

EPISODE 2.15
21 April 2020

An Inconvenient Ruth

Murtaugh and Riggs search for the culprit of a local jewelry heist. Murtaugh gets called 'grandpa' by another parent while at the playground with Harper, sending him into a tizzy. Riggs deals with withdrawal from... MORE drinking.

EPISODE 2.16
21 April 2020

Ruthless

After the city's gun buy-back program is robbed, the team is on a hunt for those responsible. Murtaugh walks on thin ice with Trish. Riggs finds an unlikely friend in Ruthie. Avery is reunited with... MORE a college 'frenemy' who has key information about the case.

EPISODE 2.17
21 April 2020

The Odd Couple

After the fatal end to an argument on a construction site, the squad works to untangle facts about the incident. Riggs struggles to rekindle his relationship with Molly. Trish's job is on the line as... MORE she tries to close a big deal at work. Murtaugh gets one last chance to make it right at home.

EPISODE 2.18
21 April 2020

Frankie Comes to Hollywood

The duo sets out to unlock a case about a veteran hitman who Murtaugh has followed for years. Riggs struggles to find a connection with his father. Murtaugh scares Riana with his overprotective driving lessons.... MORE The team members finds themselves wedged in a dangerous incident that tests their trust.

EPISODE 2.19
21 April 2020

Leo Getz Hitched

When Riggs and Murtaugh attend Leo Getz's surprise wedding, they end up investigating a missing person. Riggs comes face to face with someone from his past. Murtaugh receives news that might change his life forever.

EPISODE 2.20
21 April 2020

Jesse's Girl

After a mansion break-in turns into a homicide, Murtaugh and Riggs set out to find the culprit. Murtaugh and Trish question their trust in Riana as she gets into some trouble with new friends. Riggs... MORE recalls his troubling childhood and finds a true family with Molly and Ben.

EPISODE 2.21
21 April 2020

Family Ties

On Murtaugh's first day on the job as interim captain, the wife of a popular businessman is abducted and the squad finds a connection in the case to Rigg's father. Riggs is left to grapple... MORE with his family and work.

EPISODE 2.22
21 April 2020

One Day More

The squad is on high alert after an apparent threat is made on Riggs' life. With Murtaugh taking on more responsibility at work, he and Riggs have to deal with their changing relationship. Trish gets... MORE caught up in some trouble. Molly asks Riggs to make a big decision about their future.

Lethal Weapon: Season 2 / Reviews

Variety

Variety

Season 1 review: This restrained TV version of the franchise lacks the original's unusually effective blend of cop procedural, careening action, and sweaty desperation.

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USA Today

USA Today

Season 1 review: Some things are still entertaining the fifth time around.

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Entertainment Weekly

Entertainment Weekly

Season 1 review: The strong focus on the partners' bromance makes every other story point feel half-hearted.

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Vulture

Vulture

Season 1 review: Even for a show that wears its populist tendencies with pride, the show has little faith in its audience's ability to grasp a simple story.

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A.V. Club

A.V. Club

Season 1 review: Lethal Weapon doesn't feel like a cash-in. It has a vibe that effectively recalls the movies, with characters that are almost as enjoyable to spend time with as the originals.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

Season 1 review: It's a copy of copy of a copy and praying for something fresh out of that is, well, pretty ridiculous.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

Season 1 review: Actually, the entire show is a bit like The Grand Tour, except the cast is better looking and the dialogue is -- surprise! -- not quite as bad.

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Decider

Decider

Season 1 review: It's not that it isn't fun - it just isn't anything we haven't seen before, and television should be getting better, not lazier.

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The Times

The Times

Season 1 review: Really, it's less like the original Lethal Weapon than it is like that episode of The Simpsons where Homer bullies Gibson into making another one.

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The Washington Post

The Washington Post

Season 1 review: Ridiculous, yes, but it's a show that is honest about itself, with a surprisingly endearing performance from Crawford.

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