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    Married - Season 2

    The series follows Russ and Lina Bowman, a long-time married couple who, when they are not fighting over debts, child rearing, and their declining sex life, are reminded that their close friendship is what drew them together in the first place. Contrasting the Bowmans';;;;;;;; lifestyle are their two close friends: A.J., a wealthy but unstable divorcé, and Jess, a free spirit who struggles to settle down after marrying an older man. This series around the lengths to which two best friends are willing to go in order to salvage their marriage.
    Duration: 44 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2015
    IMDb: 7.1
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  • Actors of "Married - Season 2"

  • Characters of "Married - Season 2"

    Russ Bowman. Character of Married - Season 2
    Played by: Nat Faxon
    Lina Bowman. Character of Married - Season 2
    Played by: Judy Greer
    Jess. Character of Married - Season 2
    Played by: Jenny Slate
    Janice. Character of Married - Season 2
    Played by: Frances Conroy
  • Creators of "Married - Season 2"

    Andrew Gurland. Director of Married - Season 2
    Andrew Gurland
    Birthdate: 1971
  • Critic Reviews of "Married - Season 2"

    Matt Brennan indieWire
    July 15, 2015

    Married returns with much the same tediously obsessive attention to sex, or lack thereof, that marked its freshman run, the writing still resistant to both the percussive laugh lines of You're the Worst and the darker comic insights of Louie.

    Kevin Yeoman ScreenRant
    July 17, 2015

    Married can only get by on the abilities of its performers for so long. And soon enough, the expectations of what people like Greer, Slate, and Gelman can deliver will surpass the sort of underdeveloped material they're being handed.

    Dennis Perkins AV Club
    July 17, 2015

    Tonally, when it works, Married pulls off the neat trick of blending absurdity and ennui into something like profundity, all in a 21-minute episode of television.

    Dorothy Rabinowitz
    July 10, 2015

    It's nonetheless admirably written, and reliably sophisticated comedy.

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