Bridge and Tunnel Season 2 picks up exactly one year after the events of last season. We follow Jimmy, Jill and the rest of the gang as they enter Manhattan. As they move closer to the big city, we can expect big things to happen, from new loves to the crew getting closer to making their dreams come true.
After watching the entire 2nd season, I can say that I enjoyed the 2nd season more than the first. The series is short at just six episodes, which makes for easy binge-watching, but writer Edward Burns took the characters a step further and gave each of them more depth.
This makes the audience more emotionally involved. I found myself more interested in what was going on because of Burns’ approach to the season.
Two standout characters are Isabella Farrell and Caitlin Stasey who thrive in these roles. There’s a scene in the season finale where Isabella has a fantastic moment of stardom. You’ll know when you see it !
Bridge And Tunnel Season 2: Preview
Bridge and Tunnel” is a half-hour drama series set in the early 1980s about a group of recent college graduates living in New York City. In Manhattan, they pursue their big dreams while trying to cling to the working-class familiarity of their Long Island hometown.
When we last saw the Bridges and Tunnels gang, Jimmy (Sam Vartholomeos) left town for a big job opportunity and Jill (Caitlin Stasey) was hesitant to stay together since they’ve been a couple since high school. But Jimmy insisted he’d come back for her and if they were right for each other, she’d miss her and they’d fall in love all over again.
Meanwhile, Stacey (Isabella Farrell) tried to get Mikey (JanLuis Castellanos) to sleep with her but was rebuffed and ended up giving Mikey and Tammy (Gigi Zumbado) her blessing to be together. Pags (Brian Muller) was upset that he didn’t get into law school, but Julianna (Ella Ma) didn’t care because they have the band Wildfire, Lizzie (Barrett Wilbert Weed) and Genie (Erica Hernandez) to get back at Pags. he will be the manager and Julianna will book their concerts.
“The first season of ‘Bridge and Tunnel’ offered EPIX viewers a nostalgic escape back to the diners, dive bars and backyards of Long Island of the 1980s,” said Michael Wright, president of EPIX, in a statement. “We can’t wait to see what new adventures Ed Burns and Aaron Lubin create for this engaging group of friends who continue to chase their dreams and fall in and out of love.”
“At its core, Bridge and Tunnel is a romantic comedy that is set to leave our audiences smiling this summer. We are grateful to Michael Wright and the entire EPIX team for their cooperation,” said Ed Burns, executive producer.