Claws Season 2
Claws season 2 started airing on Sunday, June 10, 2018. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to episode.guide where we’ll have season recap and discussion.
List of Episodes
most recent episode S2E10 Breezy
The season consists of 10 episodes.
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Video: "Claws" Season 3 Key Art & Behind the Scenes Video Revealed! - The Futon Critic - via Thefutoncritic
Claws currently stars Primetime Emmy(R) nominee and Daytime Emmy(R) winner Niecy Nash, Primetime Emmy(R) winner Carrie Preston, Judy Reyes, Karrueche Tran, Jenn Lyon, Jack Kesy, Kevin Rankin, Jason Antoon, Evan Daigle, Suleka Mathew, Screen Actors Guild Award(R) winner Harold Perrineau, and Screen Actors Guild Award(R) nominee Dean Norris.
Claws' Niecy Nash May Get a Late-Night Talk Show - via Themuse
Nash said (via Deadline), “I’m so excited to add my voice to the late-night landscape. Love is the thing we were created for but it’s also the place we struggle the most… until now! This is going to be a fun and sexy ride!”
Claws Season 2 Finale Recap: It's a Nice Day for a Red Wedding - via Tvline
The cops arrive to clean up all the dead bodies — seriously, at least three people didn’t survive this wedding? — and Desna hands the wire back to Arlene, saying that Zlata’s full confession is on there. Desna shouldn’t face any charges, but “the salon is ours now,” Arlene says. (Because it’s part of the drug ring?) Desna does take control with Clay, though, sauntering into the strip club with that “BOSS” necklace on and informing him she’ll be handling the clinics on her own from now on, with Roller backing her up. “Thank you for underestimating me,” she tells Clay. “That s–t taught me a lot. Now get out of my face.” That “BOSS” necklace has powers, clearly.
Did Claws Just Kill Off [Spoiler]? - via Tvguide
It's unclear what will happen when Claws returns for Season 3 but we're crossing our fingers that Virginia makes it through. The show just wouldn't be the same without her bold, trendy outfits and vibrant personality. And after everything she and Desna have been through, it's time for them to finally get that big win. We need that. They need it.
That’s pretty much how I feel about Claws. I appreciate its audacity, but I don’t always believe it or feel fully invested in it, and that makes it hard to want to keep going back to this seedy section of Florida week after week. Based on the first two episodes of season two made available in advance to critics, <...> - by New York Magazine/Vulture [Jen Chaney]
That left Desna dealing with a trio of lazy, entitled rednecks who couldn't adjust to their new roles in life. They can't be bothered to pick up the tens of thousands of dollars from the clinic to launder, which leads loony Dr. Ken to burn the evidence. But Reva was calculating but predictable. Zlata is totally <...> - by TV Fanatic [Dale McGarrigle]
Desna is a complex character, smart and resourceful. She's not defined by her sexuality, but she's definitely sexy, and it's darned refreshing to see a curvy African American woman owning the fact that she's appealing to men, and figuring out how to enjoy it -- or use it -- as the case may be. "Pose" arrives with a <...> - by Oregonian [Kristi Turnquist]
Zlata utterly dominated these two to the point they simply existed. Yes, Clay did introduce more of the Dixie Mafia and when at his lowest conjured Juanda but even at Zlata and Ruval’s worse, they demanded more attention than Clay. As for Roller? He was just a named thug for a good part of the season. That is, until <...> - by Wherever I Look - Season 2 [Amari Sali]
Polly, with her sadly aspirational pearls and sweater sets, embodies the endless frustration of this stubborn social order. In an attempt to calm her down after the Russian mob boss is gunned down in front of Desna and her crew, the ladies soothe her by describing an imaginary barbecue with all the Kennedys in <...> - by Village Voice [Lara Zarum]