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      Season 2 – Human Target

      2010 Drama Action List
      88% 24 Reviews Tomatometer 87% Fewer than 50 Ratings Audience Score Christopher Chance is not your ordinary, run-of-the-mill security guard. He's the man hired when all else fails and normal means of protection are simply not enough. His mission is to protect his clients at all costs -- and to do so, he becomes, in effect, a human target until the threat has been eliminated. With the help of his business partner, Winston, and hired gun Guerrero, Chance races against time to save his client and unravel the truth behind each job they take on. And with each mission a little more of Chance's own dark history is revealed. Read More Read Less
      Human Target — Season 2

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      Action-packed sequences and the addition of two central female characters give Human Target's second season a necessary boost.

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      Previous Episode 1 Aired Nov 17, 2010 Ilsa Pucci Chance and Guererro must rescue Winston from kidnappers; a billionaire philanthropist and a master thief join the team. Details Episode 2 Aired Nov 24, 2010 The Wife's Tale Chance is hired to protect the wife of a man he killed years earlier; Ames hopes to be taken under Guerrero's wing; Ilsa makes a shocking discovery. Details Episode 3 Aired Dec 1, 2010 Taking Ames Ames is drawn back into her old life of crime; Chance goes under cover as part of a gang attempting a diamond heist. Details Episode 4 Aired Dec 8, 2010 The Return of Baptiste Chance turns to his nemesis, Baptiste (Lennie James), for help when Ilsa's friend is held hostage. Details Episode 5 Aired Dec 15, 2010 Dead Head Chance and the team try to help a man with retrograde amnesia determine his identity and figure out why someone wants to kill him. Details Episode 6 Aired Dec 22, 2010 The Other Side of the Mall Chance and Guerrero go under cover at a corporate office after a murder attempt. Details Episode 7 Aired Jan 5, 2011 A Problem Like Maria An old flame of Chance asks for help rescuing a colleague who has been kidnapped. Details Episode 8 Aired Jan 5, 2011 Communication Breakdown Winston, Guerrero and Ames try to save bumbling private investigator Harry when he becomes a target following a botched case. Details Episode 9 Aired Jan 12, 2011 Imbroglio Chance and Ilsa try to protect her sister-in-law during a hostage situation at the opera. Details Episode 10 Aired Jan 12, 2011 Cool Hand Guerrero When Guerrero is framed for a friend's murder, Chance must break him out of prison. Details Episode 11 Aired Jan 31, 2011 Kill Bob Chance and the team protect a man who suspects his wife is a Russian spy; Ames tries to keep a secret from Chance. Details Episode 12 Aired Feb 2, 2011 The Trouble With Harry A job reunites Chance and Harry (Tony Hale); Ilsa goes in the field on a mission; two team members get closer than ever before. Details Episode 13 Aired Feb 9, 2011 Marshall Pucci Chance's investigation into Ilsa's deceased husband reveals a web of deception that could destroy the team. Details Next
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      Previous Tiffany Wendeln Connors New York Post Not that Mark Valley's hotness couldn't fill an entire show, but the team's estrogen injections should prove to attract a few more eyeballs to this steadily improving comic-based series. Jul 14, 2018 Full Review Brian Tallerico "Human Target" seems to be taking itself more seriously in season two, trying to add the emotional weight that might have kept it from becoming a water-cooler hit last season. 3.5/5 Jul 13, 2018 Full Review Zack Handlen AV Club [The finale is] just such a patchwork of stolen ideas and cheap shots, striving to hit our pleasure centers without bothering to connect its half-baked conceptions of ensemble and infatuation into anything dramatically satisfying. Jul 13, 2018 Full Review Dan Owen What Culture Whatever happens, the inclusion of two strong women is an obvious but welcome change to Human Target's dynamic. 2/4 Aug 5, 2020 Full Review Al Mannarino What Culture Human Target was very suspenseful and contained impressive acting from a terrific cast. Aug 5, 2020 Full Review Jennifer Walker TV Fanatic Human Target might not have the greatest storylines, but it definitely has the action and adventure you crave. 3.5/5 Aug 5, 2020 Full Review Read all reviews Next
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      Previous Audience Member great tv show totally would recommend Rated 5 out of 5 stars 01/09/23 Full Review Audience Member Why did Fox cancel this show? Rated 5 out of 5 stars 01/09/23 Full Review Audience Member Still as funny and as preposterous as ever, though it doesn't offer much that was new to the series other than two new annoying characters. Rated 3 out of 5 stars 01/09/23 Full Review steve d If you do not enjoy this show I question your sense of fun. Action is fast, one liners are faster and the actors all have a blast. 2nd season get even better. The new additions make it one of the best on tv. I was sad to see it go. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 03/30/23 Full Review Next Post a review

      Season Info

      Executive Producer
      McG, Matt Miller, Jonathan E. Steinberg, Simon West, Brad Kern, Peter Johnson
      TV-14 (V|L|D)
      Drama, Action
      Original Language
      Release Date
      Nov 17, 2010
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