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Blackout – Season 2
Academy Award® winner Rami Malek stars in this apocalyptic thriller as a small-town radio DJ, Simon Itani, fighting to protect his family and community after the power grid goes down nationwide, upending modern civilization. Season 2 picks up after Simon’s family escapes. Upon crossing paths with an old family friend, Wren (played by Aja Naomi King), recounts her experience getting out of Boston... but can she be trusted? What truths remain to be uncovered about the origins of this blackout? Blackout was created by Scott Conroy. Blackout Season 2 was written by Jeremy Novick, and...
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3.6 stars from 1,414 ratings
Ugh
After waiting for what seemed like forever for season 2…now you want me pay!! Forget it. Not worth it. I’m sure Rami Malik had better things to do, but why did he start something he couldn’t finish. What a disappointment.
grama718 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/28/21
Great podcast …..until
I really enjoyed the podcast, until….. episode 9. They wait till the end to tell you you have to subscribe. We’ve been played.
Lmorris1959 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/28/21
Lame
Season two is disjointed, disappointing, and frankly boring. The big reveal is uninspiring, and the pay to listen after episode 8 is a scam and a crappy ploy to gain subscribers.
rJTdilio via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/28/21
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