Misfits : Season 2

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  • Summary: A group of anti social teenagers are sentenced to community service for past mistakes only to find there lives changed after a storm gives them strange new powers and new problems to overcome.
  • Genre(s): Drama, Fantasy, Suspense, Science Fiction

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  1. Feb 7, 2014
    10
    Season 2 of Misfits is my favourite season of Misfits. Season 2 is the best due to the great humour (which is still present in the otherSeason 2 of Misfits is my favourite season of Misfits. Season 2 is the best due to the great humour (which is still present in the other seasons, but in this season it is at it's best). Expand
  2. Jan 12, 2013
    9
    I definitely enjoyed the second season of Misfits more than the first one. I think they started to get more creative with ideas and theI definitely enjoyed the second season of Misfits more than the first one. I think they started to get more creative with ideas and the episodes were more eventful. Great to see everyone back too because it always sucks when someone is missing (which I believe happens in Season Three...). The last two episodes were amazing (although the final 'Christmas Special' episode was a tad odd) but it ended on such a cliffhanger so bring on Season 3 I say! Expand
  3. Feb 7, 2013
    8
    The story of ordinary people finding themselves endowed with super powers is not exactly original anymore (see Heroes, No Ordinary Family andThe story of ordinary people finding themselves endowed with super powers is not exactly original anymore (see Heroes, No Ordinary Family and Alphas) but Misfits distinguishes itself from the crowd thanks to its cast of atypical and memorable characters. Initially coming across as rather unlikable the excellent writing soon draws you in until actually care what happens to the five young offenders at the centre of the story. Unlike many other similar shows it is also laugh out loud in places. As a result, despite the odd occasion where the show 'cops out' thanks to one of the characters ability to rewind time, Misfits always makes for an entertaining watch (as long as you don't mind crude humour). Expand
  4. Feb 8, 2014
    8
    Misfits season 2 is a strong continuation to the epic first season. The gang is still dealing with how to work with their powers, and newMisfits season 2 is a strong continuation to the epic first season. The gang is still dealing with how to work with their powers, and new characters are introduced. All in all a great watch. Expand
  5. May 31, 2015
    8
    It seems like the general consensus is that E4's excellent "superhero drama" (though that term seems to not do the show justice), Misfits, hasIt seems like the general consensus is that E4's excellent "superhero drama" (though that term seems to not do the show justice), Misfits, has a second season which, as a whole, is more well-rounded and overall, successful, than its astounding predecessor. While I certainly can't agree candidly that I approve of this notion, I can, however, acknowledge that Misfits is not a one-trick pony; great television is still to be found. The love for the characters (particularly Nathan and Kelly) is still here, the writing is just as strong and weirdly creative and the visuals and ideas seem more advanced than last time (you can tell E4 injected some much needed cash into everyone's favourite council estate). What I found irritating was the addition of Superhoodie and his character's love story with a certain member of the "ASBO 5". It's well-thought-through, sure, but also odd compared to the rest of the show and rather dispiriting as to the future of the show. We still have three seasons after Misfits' second season cliffhanger finale to go though, and once you've experienced this you can't stop watching - ideal then, as it's on Netflix. Expand
  6. May 11, 2015
    8
    Not as strong as the first season, but still some terrific telly. Robert Sheehan steals the show again, particularly in the finale. Simon isNot as strong as the first season, but still some terrific telly. Robert Sheehan steals the show again, particularly in the finale. Simon is the most intriguing character, for sure. Expand