Type: Television Show
Release Date: May, 27, 2016
Episodes: 10 each about 1 hr a piece
Overview: The sophomore season of Bloodline is defined by the consequences and repercussions of John, Meg and Kevin's actions from Season One.
New characters are introduced in addition to the originals creating an explosion of conflict. Season 2 is one you absolutely CAN NOT miss!
What I loved: I'm going to make a fairly bold statement, but I believe it to be true: Bloodline S2 has the intensity and drama of shows compared to Breaking Bad, Homeland and House of Cards.
The acting throughout the show is impeccable especially Kyle Chandler as John Rayburn and Jamie McShane as Eric O'Bannon.
There are a few new characters to add into the mix as well, most of which maximize the suspense of the series.
Season 2 definitely has a darker and more ominous vibe than 1 and I couldn't help but be glued to my TV during every single episode. The drama snowballs with each episode and it's easy to see how the Rayburns are no longer "good people who did a bad thing." They are now a family succumbing to the evil surrounding them just to stay afloat in attempt to keep their name and legacy untarnished.
The most remarkable aspect of Season 2, in my opinion, is the similarities between John's role as a big brother during the siblings' childhood and during their adulthood as well. He lied for his siblings to protect them when they were younger and now he's doing the same exact thing present day.
I can't say enough fantastic things about Bloodline. Netflix truly created a one-of-a-kind show and it's absolutely a must-watch!!!
What I didn't: This season was so incredibly jam-packed with intensity and drama, I wish there would have been more than 10 episodes. However, once I began watching the season finale, I actually had no idea it was going to be the final episode of Season 2.
The ending was so dramatic and insane, once the episode finished and I learned it was in fact, the season finale, I fell to my knees in despair Shawshank style.
I could have used at least one or two more episodes.
Now, what am I supposed to do with my life until next summer?!
Also, I did miss the scenes from Season 1 which included insight into the future and what was going to happen to Danny, Season 2 did not have these types of foreshadowing scenes.