Other episodes of ‘The Morning Show’ season two have made pertinent points – episode five ties up a few loose ends but offers little else.
Season two of The Morning Show is really starting to shape, and a number of issues are ready to collide in episode four.
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The penultimate episode of ‘Ted Lasso’ season two is one of, if not the, best the show has produced so far.
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‘The Morning Show’ is back, and season two plays brilliantly on a feeling of optimism combined with the sense of impending horror.
The fallout from Richmond’s crushing defeat to Manchester City continues in Ted Lasso season two, as we follow Coach Beard around London.
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