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Misfits 5 Seasons 2011

Season 2
4.6 out of 5 stars (52) IMDb 8.3/10

Season two of Misfits joins Alisha, Simon, Nathan, Kelly and Curtis still on community service and adapting to their new lives. But there is a new mysterious figure watching them from afar, is he a threat or protecting them? As the gang piece together the clues to reveal the identity of their new stalker, they soon discover the masked man knows a secret that could change their world forever.

Starring:
Michael Obiora, Alex Reid
Original air date:
September 5, 2011

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1. Episode 1

Nathan is alive, but he's buried six feet under. Curtis, Kelly, Alisha and Simon still think he's dead when a mysterious man in a mask leads them to his grave. Back at the community center, Lucy turns up on day release from a psychiatric ward. Simon knows her as he used to be a patient at the same place, but when he meets her again and snubs her, some strange things start to happen.

CC TV-14 July 25, 2011 47 minutes
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2. Episode 2

Nathan's brother, Jamie, shows up at the community center but Nathan didn't even know he had a brother. They discover they have at least one thing in common though; neither of them gets along with their dad, Mike. Everyone goes for a big club night, where things start to get a little crazy. The mystery guy in the mask is never far away.

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3. Episode 3

The man in the mask appears again just in time to save Alisha from a mugger. Alisha sets out to discover exactly who this mystery man is, but she soon gets out of her depth. When Kelly goes to get her tattoo touched up, Nathan and Simon go along for support, but Nathan manages to offend the tattooist. Big mistake.

CC TV-14 August 8, 2011 47 minutes
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4. Episode 4

New boy Ollie turns up to start his community payback and it turns out he has a power too, could the gang be getting a new member? When they are all out picking up rubbish on the street, they bump into Tim, who has a few anger issues, and he's soon ready to take it out on them. Meanwhile, Nikki has a heart-transplant which causes some interesting side-effects.

CC TV-14 August 15, 2011 46 minutes
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5. Episode 5

Not for the first time, Nathan is violently murdered. Jessica, a charity worker who's all sweetness and light, is his prime suspect. The others are convinced that Simon is next on her list. While Kelly seems to have found her perfect man in Bruno, he's on the run from the police and he thinks she's gorgeous.

CC TV-14 August 22, 2011 48 minutes
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6. Episode 6

The secret is out. The whole world now knows about the gang's superpowers. There's serious money to be made from their new celebrity status, although some are handling it better than others. Now living in a luxury hotel, our heroes are soon targeted by a dangerous killer who possesses a particularly unusual power.

CC TV-14 August 29, 2011 48 minutes
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7. Episode 7

Community service is finally over. It's the week before Christmas and the gang are now all out in the miserable world of work. Alisha meets Seth who offers to buy her powers for a good price and the rest of the gang soon follow her lead. Elsewhere, a disillusioned priest visits Seth and purchases the power to pass himself off as Jesus. Could this be the second coming?

CC TV-14 September 5, 2011 45 minutes
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Product Details

Genres Science Fiction, Fantasy, Drama, Comedy
Starring Michael Obiora, Alex Reid
Supporting actors Iwan Rheon, Robert Sheehan, Lauren Socha, Nathan Stewart-Jarrett, Antonia Thomas
Season year 2011
Network BBC America
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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This has got to be one of the most original and funniest series I have seen in a long long time. You manage to feel for the characters in the show and really build a connection with each of them. The plot each week is always well thought out and followed through. Not predictable in any way and just a really fresh idea! Extremely entertaining and overall an excellent series that really is absolutely worth watching.
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I'll be honest, I fell in love with "The Misfits" on first sight. I like TV that thwarts my expectations. Reading the description of this unabashed British mash-up, one might completely write it off. It sounds as if it could be complete rubbish on paper. But it takes its outlandish premise and runs with it! If you had told me that a show about juvenile delinquents with superpowers would turn into one of my contemporary favorites, I'd have thought you were crazy. Expertly blending ribald comedy with a science fiction theme, "Misfits" is easily one of the funniest and most wildly entertaining shows that I've seen in a while. Seriously. And if I were to describe it further, it would sound even sillier. The five central characters in "Misfits" meet in a community service group, get caught in a freak electrical storm that juices them with lightning, and awake to realize that their world has changed forever. Actually, not just their world but the world around them as the strange storm has affected others in macabre and hysterical ways. Season One effectively introduced the cast and its episodes centered around the quintet as they started to understand the new world around them.

Season Two, like Season One, is comprised of only six episodes. However, a Christmas one-off is also included that will completely redefine things for Season Three. That's a total of seven episodes for this release.

In this season, snarky Nathan (the endlessly entertaining Robert Sheehan) finally realizes his super power and it expertly resolves the cliffhanger from the preceding year. Everything that worked so well in Season one is magnified with more intricate story lines.
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There is nothing negative I can say about this show. If you forced me to come up with something...it would be the wait between episodes.
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The characters are real. They're gritty, they're flawed, they're people that grate on you until you realize that you love them, and that you notice when they're gone. They're multifaceted and true to each other. The music is amazing, the writing is humorous and dark in all the right ways, and the show keeps you wanting more. The seasons are short, but the episodes are long, and it feels like family when you're watching. I just finished the last episode and I miss them already. I don't usually do this, but I'm pretty much immediately restarting the series again tomorrow afternoon from the beginning. I can't speak enough volumes about this show. It is worth your time.
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I stumbled upon Misfits completely by chance and am so incredibly glad I did! I started watching re-runs of Misfits starting from season 1 on Logo and thought it was crazy...in a GOOD way! I finished season 1 recently and wanted to watch season 2 right away. Watching season 2 made me fall completely in love with Misfits, if I wasn't already! Season 2 is, by far, the best season of Misfits! I love it and highly recommend watching it here on Amazon!
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I'll be honest, I fell in love with "The Misfits" on first sight. I like TV that thwarts my expectations. Reading the description of this unabashed British mash-up, one might completely write it off. It sounds as if it could be complete rubbish on paper. But it takes its outlandish premise and runs with it! If you had told me that a show about juvenile delinquents with superpowers would turn into one of my contemporary favorites, I'd have thought you were crazy. Expertly blending ribald comedy with a science fiction theme, "Misfits" is easily one of the funniest and most wildly entertaining shows that I've seen in a while. Seriously. And if I were to describe it further, it would sound even sillier. The five central characters in "Misfits" meet in a community service group, get caught in a freak electrical storm that juices them with lightning, and awake to realize that their world has changed forever. Actually, not just their world but the world around them as the strange storm has affected others in macabre and hysterical ways. Season One effectively introduced the cast and its episodes centered around the quintet as they started to understand the new world around them.

Season Two, like Season One, is comprised of only six episodes. However, a Christmas one-off is also included that will completely redefine things for Season Three. That's a total of seven episodes for this release.

In this season, snarky Nathan (the endlessly entertaining Robert Sheehan) finally realizes his super power and it expertly resolves the cliffhanger from the preceding year. Everything that worked so well in Season one is magnified with more intricate story lines.
Read more ›
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