Younger: Season 2

Younger: Season 2

Younger: Season 2

Suddenly single after years of being a stay-at-home mum, a 40-year-old woman suddenly finds an opportunity to restart her career and love life when she's mistaken for being 26.

2016USA
ComedyDramaRomance
EPISODE 2.1

Tattoo You

Liza tries to sort out her relationship with Josh as her daughter Caitlin returns from school.

EPISODE 2.2

The Mao Function

Liza questions Josh's interest in her while another publisher courts Kelsey.

EPISODE 2.3

Like a Boss

Liza and Kelsey prepare to launch their new imprint in spite of online criticism.

EPISODE 2.4

The Jade Crusade

Liza and Kelsey pursue their first author, but her interest in them isn't purely professional.

EPISODE 2.5

Jersey, Sure

Hoping to learn more about Liza’s life, Josh attends a dinner in Jersey with her, and receives a hard dose of reality.

EPISODE 2.6

Un-Jaded

When their first author proves to be more trouble than she’s worth, Liza and Kelsey worry their imprint might be over before it ever gets started

EPISODE 2.7

Into the Woods & Out of the Woods

Liza goes to a music festival with Josh and helps Charles with a work assignment.

EPISODE 2.8

Beyond Therapy

Josh and Liza's relationship becomes strained after he is included in a New York Times profile.

EPISODE 2.9

The Good Shepherd

Liza pursues an author she likes because of his minimalist manifesto.

EPISODE 2.10

Bad Romance

Liza joins an assistants' networking group where she learns more than she wants to about Thad.

EPISODE 2.11

Secrets & Liza

Empirical welcomes its biggest author and Liza tries to convince Thad to tell Kelsey the truth.

EPISODE 2.12

No Weddings & a Funeral

Tragedy strikes and Liza wonders if she should end her 26-year-old life forever.

Younger: Season 2 / Reviews

We Got This Covered

We Got This Covered

Still vibrant, funny, effortlessly topical, and entirely anchored by the remarkable Sutton Foster...

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Variety

Variety

Younger remains slick and modestly sexy...

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San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco Chronicle

From the beginning, one of the sustaining charms of Younger is that Liza never seems to learn her lesson, and as she continues away with playing younger, the happier we are.

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The New York Times

The New York Times

The more Younger allows Liza to act her age, the better it gets.

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The New Yorker

The New Yorker

The second season, judging from the first three episodes, is a real step up.

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A.V. Club

A.V. Club

Younger has returned and get comfortable, because it's here for the long haul.

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