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Mozart in the Jungle 2 Seasons

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Season 2
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4.7 out of 5 stars (17,183) IMDb 8.2/10

Despite months of rehearsal, the orchestra's growth has stalled. A world tour and illicit romances dog the symphony, especially Rodrigo, anxious about his Mexican homecoming. Hailey assumes a larger position in the orchestra, but struggles to find her footing as an oboist and in her love life. A looming labor strike risks pitting friend against friend and it may fall to Rodrigo to create harmony.

Starring:
Lola Kirke, Saffron Burrows

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Mozart in the Jungle Wins Big at the Golden Globes

It was a big night for Mozart in the Jungle, taking home two prestigious awards at the 73rd annual Golden Globes. The hit show’s second season won Best TV Series, Musical or Comedy, and the show’s star, Gael Garcia Bernal, won Best Actor in a TV Series, Musical or Comedy. Prime members can watch both seasons of Mozart in the Jungle exclusively on Prime Video.

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Season 2
1. Stern Papa

To the outside, Rodrigo's tenure as the new maestro is a roaring success, but the conductor is having doubts. Meanwhile, Hailey works to replace herself as Rodrigo's assistant so she can focus on her new position as substitute in the oboe section. Cynthia meets the orchestra's take-no-prisoners lawyer.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 27 minutes Release date: December 29, 2015
2. Nothing Resonates Like Rhinoceros Foreskin

A near disaster during a live performance forces Rodrigo to make some changes in how he conducts not only himself, but his orchestra. Gloria extends an unusual invitation to Hailey. But, as the young oboist will soon find out, there is no such thing as free dinner.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 26 minutes Release date: December 29, 2015
3. It All Depends on You

After one drum circle too many, Rodrigo is evicted from his apartment -- though it doesn't take him long to find a new roommate. Hailey and Lizzie help Bradford record his podcast about a famed building for artists. Hailey thinks about her future as one of the tenants recounts some famous performances. The threat of a strike causes some musicians to feel the heat.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 26 minutes Release date: December 29, 2015
4. Touché Maestro, Touché

Guest cellist, Andrew Walsh (Dermot Mulroney) invites Hailey out to see Lang Lang play, and gives her her first real glimpse inside the world of classical music's elite crew. Thomas and Rodrigo enjoy a rare guys night in and end up in a tent in a living room, exploring the farthest corners of their minds. Gloria proves she is more than she appears.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 31 minutes Release date: December 29, 2015
5. Regresso Del Rey

Hailey has more work than she planned on during the orchestra's Latin American tour. When a stolen violin threatens the tour's final concert in front of Rodrigo's former maestro and a potential major donor, Rodrigo has to call in an old friend. An adventure through Mexico City's underworld ensues.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 30 minutes Release date: December 29, 2015
6. How to Make God Laugh

Rodrigo shows Hailey HIS Mexico and takes her to a performance of his childhood youth orchestra. Thomas and Gloria meet with Juan Luis Delgado, the richest man in Mexico. Cynthia gets a surprise visitor and ends up in an unexpected position. Maestro Rivera, Rodrigo's mentor, asks him to fulfill a promise.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 30 minutes Release date: December 29, 2015
7. Can You Marry A Moon?

The gang celebrates Betty's 35 years in the orchestra with some tequila and a special guest. Hailey breaks the cardinal rule of touring: what happens on the road, stays on the road. Negotiations hit a wall and the idea of a work stoppage begins to sink in. Rodrigo develops a mysterious ailment, and must adjust his senses while filming for a new Virtual Reality video game.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 27 minutes Release date: December 29, 2015
8. Leave Everything Behind

Thomas shares his symphony with soon-to-be-ex-wife Claire, who finds the music absolutely breathtaking. A funeral becomes the setting of backstage plotting between the orchestra and the board. Rodrigo attempts to let go of something from his past, but she will have none of it. Hailey goes on a date with a board member and finds out more than she thought she would.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: December 29, 2015
9. Amusia

Lennox, a guest "enfant terrible" conductor, brings some anger and fury to the orchestra. Thomas battles his oldest demons and hears the crash of his legacy. Rodrigo does everything in his power to keep the world around him from going out of tune. Nina and Cynthia disagree on negotiation tactics. Through the chaos, priorities become clearer. Changes will be made.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 27 minutes Release date: December 29, 2015
10. Home

Things are about to erupt between the board and the orchestra, and Rodrigo prepares to do whatever it takes. As the tables turn with each double cross, no one is safe. Not even the greatest composers in history. The future is uncertain.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: December 29, 2015
Bonus: Mozart in the Jungle Season 2 - Official Trailer

Love, money, ambition and music intertwine in the second season of Mozart in the Jungle, a half hour comedic drama that looks at finding yourself and finding love while conquering New York City. A brash new maestro Rodrigo (Gael Garcia Bernal) stirs up the New York Symphony as young oboist Hailey (Lola Kirke) hopes for her big chance.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 2 minutes Release date: November 30, 2015

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I came upon "Mozart in the Jungle" without any clue; I had not read about it, nor heard anyone I knew speak about it. A delightful surprise for entertainment on a cold winter night.
I serially watched both seasons in one weekend. Never did that before. Why?? Well, I played the oboe while in high school; was a preparatory dance student at Juilliard ( dancers were required to play an instrument) and spent much of my time in my teens with other dancers and musicians roaming the halls of The Juilliard School of Music, long before it moved to Lincoln Center. So," Mozart in the Jungle" brought me back to that terrific time of my adolescence (what might my life had been if I had become a performing artist?) and reawakened that lost identity. I suddenly missed terribly the playing of a most difficult double reed wind instrument (doing a lot of passing out on those high notes while practicing); and socializing with a crowd of nerds AND HAPPILY being one. How good it was to get to return to that "scene" of my youth! All the actors in this series are terrific; it's funny; it's full of "truths" about the lives of those who play instruments in groups; the setting is my city; it's just a wonderful conglomeration of how personality types, gender, talent (or lack thereof), dedication,etc. all come into play and make the creative artist's life both similar and very different from say, being a nine to fiver! It might be up your alley as well; let it entertain you on one of the upcoming winter eves..........I am hoping for more seasons.
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I freaking love this show! The best part of it, apart from the amazing acting and plot twists is the music. The music!!! I've always enjoyed classical music but this show makes me want to hear it all the time. I even let each episode play til the very end just to hear all of the music while the credits roll. Please let there be a season 3!!!
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By MeganL on December 15, 2015
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This is my favorite show, which is surprising because I thought nothing could top Dexter. I feel cheated that there are ONLY 10 episodes. The writing is so witty and the ending for last season left me enthralled. Love this cast as well. I love how open and sensual it is. So ready for this I can barely stand it.
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This season was not quite as effervescent as last, though starting with the Mexico episodes, it got stronger and stronger. I liked much of the character development but was a little disappointed in the Hailey character's direction. While I understand the desire to draw her as more than an ingenue, part of her charm last season was her sweet yet independent personality, which explained Rodrigo's obvious attraction to her. This season, her character and their chemistry felt more forced. I am all for her growth but don't make her into an altogether different character. That said, I love the series, and Gael Garcia Bernal is fantastic, as is the cast as a whole.
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Just binged through the 10 episodes of season 2. The only thing that's bad about the season is that it's over until we get the next 10 episodes in about a year...Because there's gonna be a third season, right Amazon? Pretty please? With a cherry on top? LOVE the new credits BTW...
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One night ago, after watching Episodes Four and Five with my wife, I wrote the following dyspeptic review:
Season One surprised and delighted us -- a fresh concept, a winning cast, mostly superb writing, and crisp direction.
Season Two surprised us in a different way: Why weren't the writers and directors able to build on their success? The concept is still appealing, as are the actors, but where has the focus gone? the charming characters? the story line? the witty dialog? the exhilarating pace?
Best thing we can say about this season is that it let us down slowly. Episode One still had the wit and verve of Season One. Episodes Two and Three a little less so (but good acting helped us try to overlook it). Then came Episode Four - an abject mess -- with famous musicians instead of a plot. The lazy scene with the two maestros bonding made us long to check our email. Then Episode Five, wherein the concertmaster's offensive Mexican cliche is trumped by all the others in the story line...
TONIGHT, WE HAVE JUST SEEN EPISODE SIX, which is not merely "back on track" but absolutely superb! Where does one start? The main characters are central again. Rodrigo's passion for music is central again. The writing is smart, and funny, and moving again. The plot lines are tight and engaging again. Mexico - shown as a series of bad cliches in the previous episode - is now "beautiful" and "home" and the subject of multiple real emotions. Then there's the cinematography! The right music at the right time! And that exquisite moment of silence! Would it be inappropriate to admit that both of us were in tears by the end? Episode Six is as good as anything in Season One!
[I've upped our stars from three to four. A few more episodes at this level, and we'll understand why most reviewers have gone to five.]
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Not to say the Pilot was bad because it's spectacular but you keep getting more and more engrossed into the characters especially the incomparable Maestro Rodrigo! It can easily be binge watched the season is over before you blink
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