The Leftovers: Season 2

The Leftovers: Season 2

The Leftovers: Season 2

A group of people try to cope with a sudden phenomenon that caused 2% of the world's population to suddenly disappear in this mystery series co-created by Emmy-winner Damon Lindelof (WatchmenLost).

2015Rating: TV-MAUSAWarner Bros. Television
DramaMysteryScience Fiction

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EPISODE 2.1

Axis Mundi

Jarden, Texas was renamed “Miracle” after it was discovered that no one had departed. The town has since become a magnet for tourists and people who are convinced it is special and can keep them... MORE safe. Among the local families is the Murphys: the father, John, the mother, Erika, and their twins, Evie and Michael. While trying to protect his town from frauds and charlatans, John gets an ominous warning from a man who claims to have psychic powers. Soon afterwards, Kevin Garvey, Nora Durst and Jill Garvey show up in Miracle. This newly formed “family” left Mapleton to start over, but Kevin cannot seem to escape his past. The Murphy family and Kevin subsequently experience a mysterious event that will that change their lives forever.

EPISODE 2.2

A Matter of Geography

Kevin, Nora and Jill try to pick up the pieces in the aftermath of the Mapleton riots, but problems from the past keep resurfacing. The new Garvey clan finds a fresh start in the safety... MORE of Miracle. Nora makes an impulsive choice, while Kevin gets entangled in the Murphy family’s problems.

EPISODE 2.3

Off Ramp

Laurie and Tom Garvey’s work to rescue lost souls takes a toll on theirs. Laurie seeks to spread the word about the Guilty Remnant’s dangers, while Tom’s infiltration of the cult uncovers a whole new... MORE nest of problems.

EPISODE 2.4

Orange Sticker

In the midst of an earthquake, Nora awakens to find Kevin missing and her hopes of safety in their new town dashed. The Murphys are left reeling after Evie’s disappearance. Kevin returns home, but without... MORE his memory of the night before or his cell phone, which would link him to the missing girls. Meanwhile, an old enemy makes her return in an unexpected way.

EPISODE 2.5

No Room at the Inn

Rev. Matt Jamison takes his vegetative wife, Mary, outside Miracle to seek answers about her condition, but their lives take a dangerous detour when he is barred from returning to town. Racing to get her... MORE back into Miracle, he struggles to keep Mary safe from desperate tourists squatting just outside the town’s gates.

EPISODE 2.6

Lens

Some unexpected visitors get under Nora's skin, and she becomes preoccupied with a burning question about herself. Kevin's predicament becomes impossible to ignore. Erika finds an unlikely ally and reveals some haunting secrets.

EPISODE 2.7

A Most Powerful Adversary

Nora gives Kevin and Jill news they weren't expecting. Laurie makes a rash decision that affects the Garveys. Kevin deals with the fallout of Nora's news, and explores his options re: tackling his Patti problem... MORE head-on.

EPISODE 2.8

International Assassin

In the wake of Kevin's desperate decision to vanquish Patti, questions and answers emerge as the world adjusts to the repercussions of what comes next.

EPISODE 2.9

Ten Thirteen

A personal loss and subsequent pilgrimage to Miracle offer clues on why Meg embarked on her path as a Remnant crusader. After a fallout with Laurie, Tom seeks to reunite with Meg.

EPISODE 2.10

I Live Here Now

Kevin comes clean to a skeptical John about his connection to Evie's disappearance, as Miracle faces an unexpected threat on the fourth anniversary of The Departure. Season Two Finale.

The Leftovers: Season 2 / Reviews

The Washington Post

The Washington Post

The show is still stuck in low gear.

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Vox

Vox

In season two, The Leftovers asks what happens when the veil is pierced, ever so slightly, and light starts to seep in around the cracks.

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The New York Times

The New York Times

Still couldn't care less about the rules and obligations of commercial TV, or even most noncommercial TV. But it's also more focused and stronger...

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Slant Magazine

Slant Magazine

The series is best understood as a meditation on grief.

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We Got This Covered

We Got This Covered

Just as meditative and mesmerizing as the first, but it's lighter and lither this time around...

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

Just don't expect answers and let the mystery be.

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Salon

Salon

Strikingly well acted, quietly eerie, emotionally convincing...

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A.V. Club

A.V. Club

Amid all the shakeups, The Leftovers' standalone technique remains second to none.

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Independent

Independent

An intriguing hour then, and one that justified the risks it took in getting there. Just about.

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Huffington Post

Huffington Post

Leftovers fans are in for a wild ride.

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News.com.au

News.com.au

A dark and sombre show but ultimately rewarding with its intricate character work and rich and provocative writing.

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The New Yorker

The New Yorker

It's a therapeutic project that lends the show a certain wildness.

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Variety

Variety

"The Leftovers" recognizes that catharsis often comes with a side helping of comedy...

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