Starstruck: Season 2

Starstruck: Season 2

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This season of the British rom-com created by and starring Rose Matafeo sees Jessie living with the decision to stay in London with film star Tom Kapoor. But while this may look like the start of a blossoming relationship, Jessie must also deal with not having a job or a home or any bags.

2022Rating: TV-MAUKAvalon Television
ComedyRomance

Episodes

EPISODE 2.1

Stay

Jessie and Tom spend the day in London, but her... More decision to stay sends her spiralling as she deals with the real world consequences of her grand gesture. With no job, no home and now no bags, has she made a huge mistake?

EPISODE 2.2

Christmas, Again

Having turned down Tom’s invitation to spend Christmas with his... More family, Jessie finds herself alone. She realises that the letters she wrote when she thought she was leaving forever may have been a bad idea, so sets out to get them back.

EPISODE 2.3

Housewarming

Tom hosts a New Year's housewarming party. An unexpected visit... More from Vinay wreaks havoc, as he tries to stop his drunk brother from meeting his new girlfriend. As their worlds collide, Jessie can’t escape the feeling that she doesn’t belong.

EPISODE 2.4

Funeral

Tom is away filming and struggles to connect with Jessie.... More Jessie attends a funeral that brings a ghost from the past back into her life.

EPISODE 2.5

Valentine's

Tom and Jessie are presented with job opportunities that put... More a strain on their new relationship.

EPISODE 2.6

Party

Steve and Sarah's pre-wedding celebrations bring Tom back into Jessie’s... More life. With Tom's imminent departure to the States, Jessie contemplates why they broke up.

Starstruck: Season 2 | Reviews

Continuing where the funny and charming first season left off, Rose Matafeo returns with another radiant but relatable performance in this enjoyable British rom-com.

92%25 reviews

Rotten Tomatoes® Score

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The Guardian

The Guardian

This lovely, warm, witty series... benefits from a binge-watch. Each episode may be short and sweet, but the cumulative effect is magical.

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NPR

NPR

Like a lot of romantic comedies, it runs on that chemistry between the leads.

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A.V. Club

A.V. Club

Starstruck works because it’s a pleasant, oddball setup that’s high on whimsy and comedy.

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The New Yorker

The New Yorker

Matafeo is a notably keen observer of the rewards and challenges that come with a deepening romance.

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Decider

Decider

Emma Sidi is always funny as Jessie’s warm but overzealous friend and roommate Kate.

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Stuff

Stuff

A look at modern relationships and quarter-life angst that many of a certain age will be able to identify with - and laugh along to.

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Collider

Collider

In only the span of six episodes (12 overall if you count Season 1 too), Starstruck has achieved what it takes other shows countless seasons to nail.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

It’s clear that Matafeo has a radiance that could illuminate several London city blocks.

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Independent

Independent

It’s... shrewdly observed and gloriously silly, and the casting is spot-on... but it’s not as funny as the first series.

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The Telegraph

The Telegraph

The six snappy 20-minute episodes... zip past, sweeping you up in their warm embrace.

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Starstruck: Season 2 | Release Details

Starstruck: Season 2 is available to stream in Australia now on ABC iView.