The Kominsky Method: Season 2

The Kominsky Method: Season 2

The Kominsky Method: Season 2

Michael Douglas leads this Golden Globe-winning comedy as an aging actor with a lauded career who now makes a living as an acting coach.

2019Rating: TV-MAUSAWarner Bros. Television
Comedy

Streaming (1 Provider)

EPISODE 2.1
1 January 2019

Chapter 9. An Actor Forgets

Sandy has concerns about the man Mindy's dating. Norman starts seeing an old flame. Sandy tries to give his class a dose of truth about the acting life.

EPISODE 2.2
1 January 2019

Chapter 10. An Old Flame, an Old Wick

Norman and Madelyn get closer as they spend time together in Santa Barbara. When Sandy meets Mindy's boyfriend, he discovers they have a lot in common.

EPISODE 2.3
1 January 2019

Chapter 11. An Odd Couple Occurs

Mindy's not thrilled with her dad and boyfriend's growing friendship. Norman's daughter leaves rehab, returning home while Madelyn is visiting.

EPISODE 2.4
1 January 2019

Chapter 12. A Libido Sits in the Fridge

Interactions with two women have Sandy contemplating his changing libido. Norman tries to reconcile with both Phoebe and Madelyn.

EPISODE 2.5
1 January 2019

Chapter 13. A Shenckman Equivocates

Sandy urges Norman to make a grand gesture for Madelyn. After Martin experiences a medical episode, Sandy decides to have a complete checkup.

EPISODE 2.6
1 January 2019

Chapter 14. A Secret Leaks, a Teacher Speaks

Despite Norman's prodding, Sandy remains reluctant to share some important news with Mindy. Norman and Madelyn come to an understanding.

EPISODE 2.7
1 January 2019

Chapter 15. A Hand Job Is Forgiven

An accident forces Sandy to come clean with Mindy. After visiting Eileen's grave, Phoebe tries to make amends with Norman, but it doesn't go well.

EPISODE 2.8
1 January 2019

Chapter 16. A Thetan Arrives

As Norman contemplates retiring, an unexpected visitor has him considering his spiritual life. Sandy dislikes changes Mindy is making at the studio.

The Kominsky Method: Season 2 / Reviews

Slant Magazine

Slant Magazine

Season 1 review: The Kominsky Method's broad, formulaic humor undercuts any poignancy in the show's portrayal of men in their twilight.

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RogerEbert.com

RogerEbert.com

Season 1 review: Seeing these two Oscar-winning actors play off each other is like an acting workshop in itself.

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Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

Season 1 review: [Alan Arkin and Michael Douglas] are delivering some of the best work of their long and distinguished careers...

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Vulture

Vulture

Season 1 review: Where The Kominsky Method aims to paint a humane portrait of aging and masculinity and companionship, it can't help but render those qualities as being inherently threatened by the rest of the world.

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Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning Herald

Season 1 review: Uneven but enjoyable...

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CNN

CNN

Season 1 review: A significant improvement over Lorre's first single-camera Netflix comedy.

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The Washington Post

The Washington Post

Season 1 review: Snarky but personable...

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Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

Season 1 review: Follows its own winning methodology.

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Daily Telegraph

Daily Telegraph

Season 1 review: The laughs, it is true, are of the genial variety and no funny bones will be endangered.

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Time Magazine

Time Magazine

Season 1 review: Even with prestige trappings, The Kominsky Method just feels cheap.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

Season 1 review: As a portrait of ageing masculinity and friendship, it's wonderful... Other characters don't fare much better.

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Salon

Salon

The pair continue to excel at, as Norman puts it, "making the mundane exciting."

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The Age

The Age

Sharper, funnier, more polished and more poignant.

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NPR

NPR

Season 1 review: Creator Chuck Lorre hits a career high...

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Decider

Decider

Season 1 review: The Kominsky Method gives us hope and laughter.

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