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Air Date: November 21st, 2016

Network: TBS

Series Summary
Four 20-somethings come together after a former college acquaintance mysteriously disappears.

Rating: TV14

Genres: Mystery, Sitcom

Episodes

Next Episode - Season 2, Ep. : Paralysis: ExplicitNov 26, 2017

Life after murder proves to be harder than expected as the friends readjust to their superficial Brooklyn lives.

  • Season 2 - Episode 10 : Psychosis Dec 17, 2017

    The gang ties up loose ends before facing the reality that they might go to jail by midnight, leaving it up to Dory to figure something out.

  • Season 2 - Episode 9 : Frenzy Dec 17, 2017

    The gang must get $60,000 to their blackmailer; Joy follows Fat Franky around town, which doesn't end as suspected.

  • Season 2 - Episode 8 : Hysteria Dec 10, 2017

    Dory and Drew receive a visit from Officer Joy Hartman, make a shocking discovery, meet up with Elliott, and make it to Portia's play on time.

  • Season 2 - Episode 7 : Denial Dec 10, 2017

    Dory drops in on Keith's funeral; Drew investigates the threatening flowers left at his work; Portia severs ties with her mother; Elliot endures group therapy at rehab; Julian realizes Mary may be an imperfect role model.

  • Season 2 - Episode 6 : Obsession Dec 3, 2017

    As Elliott descends into insanity, the gang turns their back on Dory, who begins working with Julian at a political campaign.

ratings & reviews

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  • It’s sometimes horrifying and sometimes silly, and at times, Search Party can get a tiny bit precious with its own cleverness. But when it works, it’s an astounding and engaging journey through genre conventions that should be at odds with each other. Show More

  • It's characters on the verge of stereotype in a genre piece that's on the verge of parody, but by the tenth episode I found myself invested in Chantal's disappearance and even if I didn't like all of the main characters, I found myself sneering at them in a way I think they'd respect. Show More

  • The show works as a comedy, as a satire of the way certain people live now and of the true-crime genre in its search for Chantal. Search Party’s half-hour episodes zip by so quickly, you’ll probably binge on them sometime during the upcoming holiday. Show More

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