Patriot Season 2
Patriot season 2 started airing on Friday, November 9, 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 S2E8 Escape From Paris
The season consists of 8 episodes.
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Stephen Gostkowski loves challenge of playing in New England and being a Patriot - Boston Herald - via Bostonherald
“I kind of like the challenge of being here, the bad weather, the pressure of the big games and all that stuff,” he said. “And just the opportunity to have a chance to play with a lot of my friends and teammates that I have made. To me, that means the world, a lot more than other things that can be offered from other teams.”
State Dept. clears $2.5 billion sale of Patriot missile defense system to Bahrain - DefenseNews.com - via Defensenews
Jen Judson is the land warfare reporter for Defense News. She has covered defense in the Washington area for over six years. She was previously a reporter at Politico Pro Defense and InsideDefense.com.
Hunter Renfrow is literally dreaming of being a Patriot - Musket Fire - via Musketfire
Renfrow laughed off the dream and was quick to point out it doesn’t mean anything necessarily. He also clarified that as much as he would love to be a Patriot, he would also love to be wherever he ends up getting drafted.
New Patriot Wants to Talk to Brady and Belichick About Trump Connections - RealClearLife - via Realclearlife
Bennett also said he plans to remain in the locker room during the national anthem this season and has already informed the Patriots about that decision. “I explained to them is that my integrity mean everything,” he said. “I think they respect that about me, they respect who I am as an individual.”
New Patriot Michael Bennett will remain in locker room during anthem - via Sports
And here’s a thought — maybe Brady and Belichick understand that whatever Bennett does before a game, he’s fearsome as hell during it. Maybe they’re wise enough to respect Bennett’s beliefs even if they don’t necessarily agree with him, and maybe they understand that criticizing symbolic acts rather than focusing on actual issues is an easy dodge. There’s a reason these guys have been to nine Super Bowls and won six of them, and it’s not because they get caught up in the cheap heat of the moment.
The show has an aesthetic, but it’s as far from James Bond as spies can get. John’s skills aren’t particular, they’re utilitarian. When tasked with breaking into a building, he doesn’t go searching for a grappling hook or advanced lock-pick; he researches the safest body part to fall on <...> - by indieWire [Ben Travers]
Plenty of confined conversations, in courtrooms and coffeeshops and car rides, are punctuated with shots of sad people in cavernous spaces, engulfing them as their humanity cowers beneath forces too big to comprehend. That doesn’t stop them from trying, with all the tragic masculine confidence you love to see crumble <...> - by Paste Magazine [Jacob Oller]
After a series of troubling revelations about Kapler’s handling of assault allegations during his time in L.A., it’s time for the Phillies to separate from their manager, and for the Dodgers to take responsibility Our begrudging CIA operative is one John Tavner (played by the supremely effective, <...> - by The Ringer [Claire McNear]
“Patriot” also tells a family story: John's real boss is his father, Tom (Terry O’Quinn), a State Department intelligence chief, and is aided by his Congressman brother Edward (Michael Chernus). As with “The Americans,” the familiar challenges of family relationships are aggravated by the exotic pressures <...> - by USA Today [Bill Keveney]
Are you seeing now why I get nervous recommending this show? It’s just so… different. It’s really not quite like anything else on television right now and it’s offbeat in a way that will either captivate you or turn you off entirely. I’ve told people I like it and been met with blank stares. I’ve told other <...> - by Uproxx [Brian Grubb]