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      Season 2 – Married

      2015 Comedy List
      Reviews 80% Fewer than 50 Ratings Audience Score Recently married couples are usually madly in love, but as time goes on, that love often wanes and the partners seem to be just going through the motions. This sitcom explores what life is like for a not-so-newlywed couple who have seen the romance diminish. Russ and Lina Bowman can barely remember what things were like before kids and debt started to put a strain on their relationship. But every so often, they are reminded about what brought them together to begin with... being best friends. The couple's circle of friends includes divorced AJ and Jess, the younger half of a May-December relationship. Read More Read Less Watch on Vudu Premiered Aug 01 Buy Now

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      Previous Episode 1 Aired Jul 16, 2015 Thanksgiving Lina and Russ throw a surprise Thanksgiving; Jess and AJ decide it's best to pretend that they don't know each other. Details Episode 2 Aired Jul 23, 2015 Aftershocks Lina and Russ find out too late that they've allowed the wrong friends to host their 40th birthday party. Details Episode 3 Aired Jul 30, 2015 The Sandwich Russ and Lina go on separate dates. Details Episode 4 Aired Aug 6, 2015 Koreatown Russ and AJ have a big night out; Lina tries to be the cool mom. Details Episode 5 Aired Aug 13, 2015 Pimps Russ and Lina go to extreme lengths for a family vacation. Details Episode 6 Aired Aug 20, 2015 Murder Lina and Russ play hooky from work to investigate the man living in their guest house. Details Episode 7 Aired Aug 27, 2015 The Cruise Lina helps Russ manage his relationship with his mother. Details Episode 8 Aired Sep 3, 2015 Mother's Day Lina bails on her Mother's Day brunch. Details Episode 9 Aired Sep 10, 2015 Guardians Russ and Lina try to figure out who gets the kids if they die. Details Episode 10 Aired Sep 17, 2015 1997 Russ and Lina go back to their old school and party like it's 1997. Details Episode 11 Aired Sep 24, 2015 Triggers AJ ropes Russ into working on a children's book; Lina butts heads with Abby's ex. Details Episode 12 Aired Oct 1, 2015 Gymnastics Russ and Lina bump into Russ's old flame at a gymnastics meet. Details Episode 13 Aired Oct 1, 2015 The Waiter Russ and his assistant start to get too close; Lina and AJ work together on a children's play about the dangers of addiction. Details Next
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      Previous Dennis Perkins AV Club Tonally, when it works, Married pulls off the neat trick of blending absurdity and ennui into something like profundity, all in a 21-minute episode of television. B- Jul 17, 2015 Full Review Matt Brennan indieWire Married returns with much the same tediously obsessive attention to sex, or lack thereof, that marked its freshman run, the writing still resistant to both the percussive laugh lines of You're the Worst and the darker comic insights of Louie. Jul 15, 2015 Full Review Dorothy Rabinowitz Wall Street Journal It's nonetheless admirably written, and reliably sophisticated comedy. Jul 10, 2015 Full Review Kevin Yeoman Screen Rant Married can only get by on the abilities of its performers for so long. And soon enough, the expectations of what people like Greer, Slate, and Gelman can deliver will surpass the sort of underdeveloped material they're being handed. Jul 17, 2015 Full Review Next
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      Previous Audience Member Season 2 was basically a completely different show, much better than season 1! Lots of laughs! It ended on a good note, so at least there was that, since no season 3. Rated 4 out of 5 stars 01/09/23 Full Review Audience Member Losing its steam in its sophomore season, Married features an excellent cast, but doesn't break out of the boundaries of "marriage" enough for the show to remain interesting. I will say, Jenny Slate alone is worth watching the show, but she can't be in every scene. Rated 3 out of 5 stars 01/09/23 Full Review Audience Member Judy Greer is good but cannot overcome a bad script, directing and bad Nat Faxton. Brett Gelman is also horrible. Why do they keep including him in things. Rated 2 out of 5 stars 01/09/23 Full Review Next Post a review

      Season Info

      Executive Producer
      Andrew Gurland, Paul Young, Peter Principato
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      Release Date
      Jul 16, 2015
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