Future Man Season 2
Future Man season 2 started airing on Friday, January 11, 2019. 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 S2E13 Ultra-Max
The season consists of 13 episodes.
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Previously on Future Man: Out of time and options, the team reconciles that their actions have made everything much, much worse and plan one final mission to put an end to Dr. Kronish and the Cure forever.
Future Man Season 2 isn’t going to be the the most prestigious show you watch in 2019. In this crowded TV landscape it may not even be the most thought-provoking show you’ll see this month. But there’s one thing I can guarantee it will do: it’ll make you laugh loud and often. Sometimes, that’s all you need. Given all that, it makes sense that the first season of <...> - per Decider [Kayla Cobb]
When the trio eventually reunites, they're all the more interesting as a unit, because there's something more behind the bickering and screw-ups, making the second half of the penultimate episode, along with the final instalment of the second season, something which is truly brilliant to behold. The third season looks to go crazy in ways viewers could never have anticipated. Somehow, it all came <...> - according to Starburst [Nick Spacek]
Despite this slow start, the first episode does cram in a decent amount of action in the climax. This was one of the sticking points with Season 1 - that the series seemed content to dole out its punishing in small, sporadic doses in between long stretches of Frank bickering with Micro and chugging coffee. This episode treats viewers to a very grungy, up-close-and-personal brand of combat. Though <...> - by IGN Movies [Jesse Schedeen]
Wolf’s attempts to come to terms with adopting a “laid back” lifestyle with a family while he still entertains his more aggressive impulses makes for a particularly enjoyable personal journey for the character. It’s entertaining to watch all of these characters try to adjust to each of their respective new normals, but the dichotomy present in Wolf’s new life just never stops bearing <...> - by Den of Geek [Daniel Kurland]