The Israeli writer and director Hagai Levi’s arrives with a tidal wave of powerful emotions, setting the tone for the five-part drama that follows. ‘Scenes From a Marriage is a contemporary American adaptation of Ingmar Bergman‘s Swedish miniseries of the same name from 1973. The first episode provided a promising start to the series. Love, hatred, desire, monogamy, marriage, and divorce are all explored through the eyes of a modern American couple in Scenes from a Marriage. After watching episode 1 (fans oh it’s a little early to say) viewers are eagerly waiting for the next new episode 2. The next new episode will be titled “Poli” which will take the story forward. www.tvacute.com has brought more information about this new episode for you which you can watch below. Where you can watch the second episode of Scene from a Marriage online is also given. Apart from this, those who have not seen episode 1 can also get the recap below.
Scenes From a Marriage Season 1 Episode 2 Photos
Scenes From a Marriage Episode 2 Synopsis: When Mira (Jessica Chastain) returns from a business trip with a crushing revelation, she and Jonathan (Oscar Isaac) struggle to process the complicated aftershock. – Teleplay by and Directed by Hagai Levi
Scenes From a Marriage Season 1 Episode 2 Release Date
The new miniseries ‘Scenes From a Marriage’ Episode 2 will air on HBO on Sunday, September 19, 2021, at 9 9:00-10:00 p.m. ET/PT. Episode 2 of ‘Scenes From a Marriage’ can be shown on HBO at the above-mentioned date and time. People without cable can watch the episode live on DirecTV, Xfinity, Spectrum, and YouTube TV if they don’t have cable. HBO Max will also have access to the forthcoming episode. If you have HBO Max added to your Hulu account, you may watch the new episode there as well.
Scenes From a Marriage (2021) Episode 1 Recap
We see Mira (Jessica Chastain) and Jonathan (Oscar Isaac) as they explore their marriage with a therapist. Jonathan tells the story of how they met in Colombia many years ago. In a flashback, we see him and Mira as roommates before eventually falling in love. The two drew toward one another as Jonathan moved away from his Jewish heritage and Mira moved away from her dark past of disastrous relationships. The married pair is stiff and awkward, and there is little chemistry between them. When the therapist asks Mira and Jonathan if they feel their marriage is a success after ten years together, neither of them can give a satisfactory answer. The therapist then discusses their relationship’s monogamy.
Mira and Jonathan are friends with another couple, Kate and Peter, though it’s difficult to determine if their relative lack of stability is meant to make the other two appear happy or duller. Mira doesn’t drink the toast when they all have dinner and get drunk together, and we find out why later she’s pregnant, and Jonathan fakes excitement over the news. Mira isn’t quite as excited, but they eventually agree, if only because they both believe that’s exactly what a couple pretending to be blissfully married would do. Mira is plainly disturbed by Jonathan’s presence at the hospital, and she bursts into tears when he leaves the room. As a result, it’s clear that the pair feels stuck in their marriage.