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      Season 2 – Looking

      2015 Comedy LGBTQ+ List
      90% 10 Reviews Tomatometer 95% 100+ Ratings Audience Score Three best friends living in San Francisco share the nuances and complexities of contemporary gay relationships as they explore a variety of options, both in love and in life. They are unified by their close bond, but their search for happiness and intimacy has taken them on separate paths. Patrick is a 29-year-old video game designer who is dating again after his ex's engagement; Agustin, 31, is apprehensive about choosing monogamy and domesticity instead of the excitement of city life; and longtime waiter Dom is at a crossroads, as middle age approaches and his romantic and professional goals remain unfulfilled. The trio's lives unfold against the backdrop of San Francisco's progressive, unpredictable, almost-anything-goes culture, and "Looking" makes full use of the city's unique character -- with filming taking place in more than 40 locations and in various neighborhoods throughout the Bay Area. Read More Read Less Watch on Vudu Premiered Apr 20 Buy Now

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      Looking — Season 2

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      Critics Consensus

      Season two of Looking impresses as a subtle ensemble character study, with acute and moving attention to detail.

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      Episodes

      Previous Episode 1 Aired Jan 11, 2015 Looking for the Promised Land Patrick, Agustin and Dom head to the Russian River to stay at Lynn's weekend cabin; the guys find themselves at a party in the woods; Patrick considers what he wants; Dom searches for clues about Lynn's old life. Details Episode 2 Aired Jan 18, 2015 Looking for Results Patrick and Kevin decide to develop a gay game app; Patrick discovers a small rash; Dom checks out a location in the Tenderloin; a political aide chats up Doris; Agustin plans to meet up with Eddie. Details Episode 3 Aired Jan 25, 2015 Looking Top to Bottom Patrick prepares for his first official overnight stay with Kevin; Kevin does not want Patrick's friends to know they are dating; Agustin visits Richie to make amends; Dom questions whether Lynn fully supports his dream. Details Episode 4 Aired Feb 8, 2015 Looking Down the Road Patrick tests the waters to see if he can still be friends with Richie; Patrick begins to question his relationship with Kevin; Agustin spends the day at a shelter with Eddie; Dom is greeted by an unexpected guest at Lynn's. Details Episode 5 Aired Feb 15, 2015 Looking for Truth While on an excursion, Patrick sees where Richie grew up and gets the opportunity to apologize for the way things ended; Agustin decides to visit Eddie at home; Kevin considers what to do next. Details Episode 6 Aired Feb 22, 2015 Looking for Gordon Freeman Patrick decides to throw a Halloween party; Agustin asks Eddie to stay over after the party; Doris and Malik wear a couple's costume; Patrick is distracted by Richie and his new boyfriend. Details Episode 7 Aired Mar 1, 2015 Looking for a Plot A sudden death in the family leads Dom and Patrick to travel with Doris to Modesto where they revisit some old haunts and attend a funeral. Details Episode 8 Aired Mar 8, 2015 Looking for Glory Patrick is eager to present his new game app at an upcoming convention; Dom reveals his progress to Doris and Malik; Agustin is forced to confront his underlying fears. Details Episode 9 Aired Mar 15, 2015 Looking for Sanctuary Patrick and Kevin look at a new apartment; Patrick's mother convinces him to spend a day at the zoo with his judgmental sister; Doris and Dom's friendship is tested; Eddie convinces Agustin to take on an art project for the shelter. Details Episode 10 Aired Mar 22, 2015 Looking for Home Patrick makes a discovery that leads him to question what he wants in a relationship; Malik encourages Dom to reconcile with Doris; Agustin is nervous at the shelter's mural-unveiling event. Details Next
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      Previous Hank Stuever Washington Post [It] is the network's best and most original effort in the half-hour category since Enlightened. Those who stuck with its first season were treated to a story that took a modern, downbeat vibe and extended it into full, fragile beauty in eight episodes. Jan 12, 2015 Full Review Brian Moylan Guardian I'm a whole lot more excited about finding out what this season has in store than I was at the end of season one. Jan 12, 2015 Full Review Brandon Nowalk AV Club Everyone is pretty much where we left them. B+ Jan 12, 2015 Full Review Matt Brennan Paste Magazine On rooftops and in basements, in Golden Gate Park and the East Bay, Looking found a finely crafted realism perfect for its subdued storytelling, underlining its characters' halting adventures in adulthood with intricate compositions and fluent camerawork. Jun 2, 2018 Full Review Jessica Rawden CinemaBlend Looking is special thanks to its subject matter and its characters, and it's a shame there aren't more people championing a show that's emotionally real and often puts its characters into funny circumstances. Mar 12, 2015 Full Review Robert Ham Paste Magazine What I admired most about this first episode was how the writers set up the season's biggest themes and story arcs while also giving the characters ample time to cut loose. 8.8/10 Jan 13, 2015 Full Review Read all reviews Next
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      Previous J B I am obsessed with this series. I completely connected with it and just want more. HBO needs to bring it back to air. It's that good. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 07/10/23 Full Review Sandson G such a shame that this series was so short and ended with a movie. this series deserved more seasons and yes, they would have many stories to tell yet. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 05/02/23 Full Review britton u this show captures the feeling of walking around san fransisco, just taking in the moment, wanting to be nowhere else. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 10/21/22 Full Review Audience Member An extension of Season 1, its the perfect continuation of the series: a non-pretentious look at gay life rooted in a more realistic setting: people working average jobs (hair dresser, social service workers, mixed with software designers) and showing that gay life isn't all posh and high income earners. I also love that its a diverse cast, because there aren't enough gay latino voices on TV, yet half the cast revolves around gay latinos. It goes where a lot of other shows haven't and its a must see. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 01/09/23 Full Review Audience Member Better than Season 1, and great look at Patrick's tragically realistic life. Sad that it couldn't continue, but really how much of a disaster can one character be for so long without imploding? Recommended watch. Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars 01/09/23 Full Review Audience Member Sweet story. We have to know what will be happened next!!! Rated 5 out of 5 stars 01/09/23 Full Review Read all reviews Next Post a review

      Season Info

      Executive Producer
      Andrew Haigh, Sarah Condon
      Network
      HBO
      Rating
      TV-MA
      Genre
      Comedy, LGBTQ+
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date
      Jan 11, 2015
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