Goliath: Season 2 (2018)

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Critic Ratings: 8

54%

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Episodes

1
Air date: Jun 15, 2018
2
Air date: Jun 15, 2018
3
Air date: Jun 15, 2018
4
Alo
Air date: Jun 15, 2018
5
Air date: Jun 15, 2018
6
Air date: Jun 15, 2018
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Air date: Jun 15, 2018
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Air date: Jun 15, 2018

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Billy Bob Thornton will reprise his role as Billy McBride who, after winning a huge verdict in the Borns Tech case, is reluctantly pulled back into the law when his friend's 16-year-old son is arrested for a double homicide. However, as Billy, Patty (Nina Arianda, Florence Foster Jenkins) and the team start to investigate what appears to be an open and shut murder case, they begin to untangle a deadly conspiracy in the seedy underbelly of Los Angeles, where drugs, real estate and politics intermingle. Once again, Billy finds himself facing a new Goliath, one that is as formidable as the city's mayoral race and as tall as the skyline itself. Thornton won the 2017 Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Drama Series for Goliath's first season.

Cast

Billy Bob Thornton
as Billy McBride
William Hurt
as Donald Cooper
Olivia Thirlby
as Lucy Kittridge
Maria Bello
as Julie McBride
Tania Raymonde
as Brittany Gold
Dwight Yoakam
as Wendell Corey
Molly Parker
as Judge Keller
Britain Dalton
as Jason Larson
Nina Arianda
as Patty Solis-Papagian
Harold Perrineau
as Judge Roston Keller
Amy Brenneman
as Diana Blackwood
Diego Josef
as Julio Suarez
Paul Williams
as James 'JT' Reginald III
Toni Torres
as Elena Morales
Julia Jones
as Stephanie
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Critic Reviews for Goliath Season 2

All Critics (8) | Top Critics (3)

Goliath doesn't take full advantage of Tom's depraved habits, but anyone focused on this particular arc should be satisfied with its ending, as well as the season's.

Jun 18, 2018 | Rating: B- | Full Review…
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You can see where all of this is going but the joy of Goliath is the way it chooses to get there.

Jun 15, 2018 | Full Review…

Leisurely, but at least the ride is classy.

Jun 8, 2018 | Rating: 4/5 | Full Review…

There are all sorts of twists and turns in this second season which is watchable but definitely not for the squeamish. There is a lot of gore this season and some images you can not unsee.

Sep 17, 2019 | Full Review…

This second season gets personal for McBride and takes things to brand new heights as he fights for Julio's innocence, while ducking and dodging the implications of mixing business with pleasure.

Aug 26, 2018 | Full Review…

The whole thing completely runs off the rails after the midway point - subplots are abandoned; motivations stop making sense.

Jun 28, 2018 | Full Review…

Like Amazon's Bosch, this L.A. crime story is satisfying in its confident approach to a familiar genre.

Jun 15, 2018 | Full Review…

With relaxed, naturalistic dialogue and real life settings, it's a series that doesn't deserve to be missed.

Jun 15, 2018 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Goliath: Season 2

  • 4d ago
    Much darker than previous season. And a step back from regular judicial tv drama, which I liked.
  • 4d ago
    I really liked Season 1 but the second season was really mostly terrible. Really can't find a positive thing to say about it except perhaps the producers learned from it and this resulted in a really excellent Season 3.
  • Nov 29, 2019
    The first season was great, but this one just never makes sense. It doesn't matter if it's people trying to hide from people wanting to shoot them but still shreiking regualrly with no increased level of threat, or just the most disorientated unnatural behaviour with regards to every character. It's as if the writer can't be bothered to think about the character's motivations or general character in previous episodes. I'm seven episodes in and I've decide to skip it and go to season 3 in the hope they returned it to the season one type of show and writing. I actually feel quite ripped off. If they're going to have a different style of over-dramatized non logical show, they could call it something else so that people that are waiting for it to return to being like the first season don't waste their time.
  • Nov 26, 2019
    Didn't like this season... I hoped for a better ending... Too long for this kind of final episode ! Hope the third is better
  • Nov 24, 2019
    Great series , this one a little violent though
  • Nov 15, 2019
    Really was hoping, but a let down for sure. Story was all over the place and it seems like they were writing this as it was being mafe. The ending was a sad let down. The only thing saving it was the acting. Here's hoping 3 is better.
  • Nov 03, 2019
    Billy Bob Thornton is a master actor and the supporting cast is so right on the mark. The writing is phenomenal with twists and turns and shocking moments that take your breath away. It can also be tender and sweet, diffing into real human issues like alcoholism and drug addiction and how they affect families. A true treasure, must see!
  • Oct 27, 2019
    The ending was really bad. It was a completely forced sad ending. Just stupid as shit. The sister was conveniently dead. The former campaign manager was willing to say the name 'claudia Ortega', but she wasn't willing to email them a photo to prove it (which she can do anonymously). Billy sees the man on stage at the acceptance speech who kidnapped him in mexico, but he doesn't pursue him as a witness? Why would the cartel kill Roman's wife and kids? They don't know anything, and it doesn't send a message to anybody. This was just the show trying to be edgy. There was no evidence on Tom's broken cellphone? No witnesses in Pueblo? It's not impossible for him to prove he was in Mexico. This ending was just bullshit. Didn't Roman know of the mayor's involvement? Why wasn't Roman interviewed on camera, for the record? What year does this show take place? 1980? There was also apparently no evidence on Daniel's cell phone? And apparently David cross' character didn't give up the mayor? I fail to see how there's not enough evidence to build a case against her....
  • Oct 27, 2019
    A pesar de los estereotipos de los latinos, es buena esta temporada
  • Oct 25, 2019
    Terrible story line and casting... what a let down after season 1

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