Hotel Babylon 3 Seasons 2007

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Season 2
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A Premier League football team come to stay and their vile behaviour toward the hotel staff tips Tony over the edge. When a chambermaid recognises a guest from her past, the team concoct a plan for revenge, whilst dealing with the unusual demands of a sinister cult leader.

Runtime:
51 minutes
Original air date:
February 22, 2007

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Episode 2

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Season 2
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    1. Episode 1 Rebecca helps a jilted MP take revenge on her husband, while Charlie and Tony compete with Anna and Jackie to conceal the secrets of a couple celebrating their wedding anniversary by having plastic surgery.

    TV-MA 52min February 15, 2007
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    2. Episode 2 A Premier League football team come to stay and their vile behaviour toward the hotel staff tips Tony over the edge. When a chambermaid recognises a guest from her past, the team concoct a plan for revenge, whilst dealing with the unusual demands of a sinister cult leader.

    TV-MA 51min February 22, 2007
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    3. Episode 3 Anna convinces an unexpected guest she is the manager of Hotel Babylon and gatecrashes a posh masked ball. Ben has an unpleasant encounter with a pop star and Jackie wants to know why the chambermaids' tips are going through the roof.

    TV-MA 52min March 1, 2007
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    4. Episode 4 Charlie tries to help a guest who, jilted by his girlfriend attempts suicide by jumping off a balcony. Rebecca receives confirmation of her divorce and decides to hold a party to celebrate. But have her old friendships survived the intervening years?

    TV-MA 52min March 8, 2007
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    5. Episode 5 Gino risks his job to bag a glamorous celebrity girlfriend and Jackie meets a famous novelist, one of her college heroes. Luke, meanwhile, reveals his true colours and who he is really working for.

    TV-MA 53min March 22, 2007
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    6. Episode 6 Tony decides that he needs to raise his game, only to find himself involved with a gang of Russian drug dealers. Rebecca, meanwhile, averts a mutiny by deciding to reinstate the Christmas party.

    TV-MA 53min March 29, 2007
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    7. Episode 7 Charlie's good spirits are sent crashing when his day goes from bad to worse. He must fend off the Police, a criminal gang and keep a secret from Rebecca big enough to jeopardise their relationship.

    TV-MA 53min April 5, 2007
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    8. Episode 8 Hotel Babylon suffers a hostile takeover bid from the dictatorial Head of a rival chain. Rebecca is told she can keep two of her management team and sack everyone else. Who will stay and who will go?

    TV-MA 53min April 12, 2007

Product Details

Genres Drama, Comedy
Director Andy Wilson
Supporting actors Dexter Fletcher, Emma Pierson, Natalie Mendoza, Martin Marquez, Raymond Coulthard, Michael Obiora, Danny Dyer, Danira Govich, Paul Telfer, Gina Bellman, Oliver Cotton, Richard Hawley, Christopher Parker, David Walliams, Finlay Robertson, Amanda Lawrence, Graeme Miller, Vidal Sancho
Season year 2007
Network BBC
Executive Producer Christopher Aird
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Now i have to wait for season 3 to be released here in the US.
y2k103
This is Tamzin Outhwaite’s last series so probably worth watching just for that!
Tahir Usman
The show's main theme is a tad silly, but again, so is the entire show.
R.A. McKenzie

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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By R.A. McKenzie VINE VOICE on May 20, 2008
Format: DVD
HOTEL BABYLON: SEASON TWO is an interesting 8 episodes to tackle. Rather than continue existing storylines --- which there weren't many to begin with --- "Series Two", as they call it in UK, ups the ante in almost every way. If you were unsure about whether HOTEL BABYLON was a comedy or a drama, you'll find out very quickly.

To me, the 1st Season was a fairly realistic portrayal of the insanity of luxury hotel work. Believe me, I work in a hotel, and there is no glamour in it whatsoever. But in true TV fashion, HOTEL BABYLON just exaggerated the details a bit, so that we could enjoy ourselves. Well, actually the show's VERY exaggerated, but there's a degree of truth and conviction underneath the silliness. The Second Season pretty much drops most of the dramatic arcs, and sort of becomes a parody of itself. If you can imagine this, think it like a British live-action SIMPSONS --- nothing is off limits, the comedy is both broad & subtle, and the attention to detail is in the background as much as the foreground.

Is this change of pace a good thing? To me, the season takes an episode or two to get off the ground. I never disliked HOTEL BABYLON's sudden turn to even wilder adventures or more outlandish scenarios. It's just that SEASON TWO's first few episodes are bit tame compared to rest of the incredible bunch. In other words, the concept was always spot on, but the greatest episodes are saved for last. We begin with silly stories like a college friends' reunion (you know where that one is going, right?). But later, we get some very touching stories. There's a betrayal from receptionist Ben's past, concierge Tony's desperation after a deal gone wrong, and Emma finally becomes less of a caricature.
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This is fantastic viewing and this second series carries on right where the first series ends with plenty more of the same! This is Tamzin Outhwaite’s last series so probably worth watching just for that! Although the true star of the show is Max Beesley, who plays Charlie and is also the narrator. I won’t give away too much more, but will leave you to discover all the comings and goings in this 5 star world of luxury!
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By Shelly on January 17, 2014
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I love all BBC tv show, soaps, movies and anything else they make. I stll have quiet a bit too watch before i catch up too now.
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By Sapphire on June 16, 2013
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love it, happy with the show, disappointed it end early, this show is one of a kind and America should not do a remake
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By sunshine on April 24, 2013
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Great series. Has good characters well portrade by good actors. Hope there will be more seasons made would definately buy them.
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