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      Season 2 – Tokyo Vice

      2024 Crime Drama Mystery & Thriller TRAILER for Tokyo Vice: Season 2 Midseason Trailer List
      92% 13 Reviews Tomatometer 92% 100+ Ratings Audience Score Jake Adelstein, an American journalist, plugs into the Tokyo Vice police squad and descends into the neon underbelly of Tokyo. Read More Read Less

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      Tokyo Vice — Season 2

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      Critics Consensus

      Fully settled into its dense cast of compelling characters and rich milieu, Tokyo Vice's sophomore season is a riveting crime chronicle.

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      Karen J Great series!! Want a 3rd, 4th, and 5th season! Rated 5 out of 5 stars 04/12/24 Full Review Colton D The show really came into it's own during season two. The character arcs are great and do not feel forced. Gets you to really tie in to the show. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 04/12/24 Full Review Carl-Johan L Great! Great vibe, cast and production. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 04/11/24 Full Review max l really really good. great atmosphere. riveting story. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 04/10/24 Full Review Francisco M Great! Better still than season 1. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 04/10/24 Full Review Joe C All the neon-noir atmospherics can't cover up the weakness of the story, which is your basic crusading reporter vs. mobsters.What really drags the series down, however, is the lead, Elgort. This boy can't act. I understand his character exhibits the naivete of youth and an outsider, but the way Elgort blurts out his lines is cringe-inducing. Too bad they didn't focus more on Watanabe's character. Rated 2.5 out of 5 stars 04/10/24 Full Review Read all reviews Post a rating

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      Episode 1 Aired Feb 8, 2024 Don't Ever F**king Miss After receiving a terrifying videotape, Jake enlists Detective Katagiri in pursuit of the truth behind Polina's disappearance; as Samantha takes steps to launch her own club, the Chihara-kai closely monitor a gravely injured Sato. Details Episode 2 Aired Feb 8, 2024 Be My Number One Jake and Katagiri seek new meaning at work; Samantha confronts a thief in her club. Details Episode 3 Aired Feb 15, 2024 Old Law, New Twist Katagiri and Nagata ramp up their efforts; Jake gets invited to an exclusive party. Details Episode 4 Aired Feb 22, 2024 Like A New Man Ishida calls a summit; Sato and Hayama join forces; Katagiri and Jake investigate a mysterious return. Details Episode 5 Aired Feb 29, 2024 Illness of the Trade Sato and Hayama strategize a way forward; Jake and Katagiri pursue their target. Details Episode 6 Aired Mar 7, 2024 I Choose You Chihara-kai attempt to regroup after a devastating shootout; Jake, Katagiri, and Nagata pursue a tip. Details Episode 7 Aired Mar 14, 2024 The War At Home A death at Chihara-kai causes upheaval; Jake makes a long overdue visit home. Details Episode 8 Aired Mar 21, 2024 The Noble Path Jake's successful trip to the U.S. propels the group in a new direction. Details Episode 9 Aired Mar 28, 2024 Consequences Sato considers the future of Chihara-kai. Details Episode 10 Aired Apr 4, 2024 Endgame Jake and Katagiri close in on a crucial piece of evidence; Sato prepares for a power move. Details

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      Alison Herman Variety The series remains one of the most finely rendered urban portraits on TV, a crime drama that resists sensationalism in favor of a more patient and character-forward approach. Feb 9, 2024 Full Review Matt Schimkowitz AV Club Tokyo Vice returns with a more exacting outing, one willing to let characters find new twists on old rules, rejigger their thinking, and approach the world from a new perspective. This is a show preparing an audience for the long haul. Rated: B+ Feb 9, 2024 Full Review Ben Travers indieWire We’re drawn into their world slowly, steadily, and completely, until -- like the compulsive characters -- it’s impossible to imagine being on the outside again. Rated: B+ Feb 8, 2024 Full Review Greg McArthur Screen Rant Although some longwinded detours pull away from its captivating gangster-fueled plot, Tokyo Vice season 2 is a robust and airy modern noir thriller. Rated: 3.5/5 Apr 3, 2024 Full Review Kyle Mullin Under the Radar Rather than bog down the narrative every time they appear on screen, Elgort and fellow expat Samantha Porter now give far more lived-in performances of richly written material Rated: 7.5/10 Feb 12, 2024 Full Review Alci Rengifo Entertainment Voice While the style remains intact, what makes this a stronger, even searing season, is how everyone is no longer an upstart Feb 12, 2024 Full Review Read all reviews

      Season Info

      Director
      Josef Kubota Wladyka, Alan Poul, Takeshi Fukunaga, Eva Sørhaug
      Executive Producer
      J.T. Rogers, Ansel Elgort, John Lesher, Alan Poul, Emily Gerson Saines, Destin Daniel Cretton, Ken Watanabe, Michael Mann, Jake Adelstein, Kayo Washio, Brad Caleb Kane
      Network
      Max
      Rating
      TV-MA
      Genre
      Crime, Drama, Mystery & Thriller
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date
      Feb 8, 2024