Cliffhangers, it's finally time to watch Tehran season 2 on Apple TV Plus — and Tamar just got the help that (we hope) she needed. After the first season saw Mossad agent and hacker Tamar Rabinyan (Niv Sultan) fail to destroy Iran's nuclear reactor, a new ally has arrived to help her try and get things right again.
Season 1 of Tehran drew positive comparisons to Homeland and 24, with double-crossing and secret operative reveals to constantly keep audiences on their toes. Things ended in a true state of chaos with the reveal that the Iranians had set her up the whole time.
And since that season concluded with Israeli pilots being shot down left and right, and Tamar and her ally Milad on the run, it's all too likely that season 2 will pick off right where season 1 ended. Tamar's likely still processing the shock of Yael's revelation that she was working against her (though Yael isn't around anymore, now that Faraz took her out).
Hopefully she can trust Marjan Montazeri (Glenn Close), her new ally who's come to save her after the events of season 1. That is, unless Marjan is also a double-agent.
Tehran season 1 earned a 94% (opens in new tab) on Rotten Tomatoes, so we're hoping season 2 gets a similarly strong reception. Here's everything you need to know about how to watch Tehran season 2 online. Plus, check out the trailer below:
When does Tehran season 2 come out?
Tehran season 2 debuted on Apple TV Plus (opens in new tab) today (Friday, May 6) at 3 a.m ET, with its first two episodes released at the same time. The eight-episode season will unfurl with one new episode on each of the following Fridays.
For future episodes, note that we've noticed that Apple TV Plus shows can often debut at 9 p.m. ET on the night before scheduled debuts.
For more recommendations, check out our guide on the new shows to watch.
How to watch Tehran season 2 for free online
You can sample Tehran for free, provided you've not signed up for Apple's streaming service before. That's thanks to the Apple TV Plus 7-day free trial (opens in new tab). You could even watch the entire two seasons for free, if you're able to wait until the week of the finale.
You can watch Tehran season 2 for free, as new subscribers can take advantage of the Apple TV Plus 7-day free trial (opens in new tab). After that, it costs $4.99 per month. Apple TV Plus features excellent originals such as The Afterparty, Severance and Pachinko.
Tehran season 2 trailers
The official Tehran season 2 trailer focuses on how Tamar is in a state of adaptation, following the mistakes of last season. Marjan has been sent into the fire to help her in this endeavor, and their targets are aware their lives are in danger. Tamar also warns Milad (Shervin Alenabi) that her ability to protect him could become compromised.
The below teaser trailer for Tehran season 2 shows how Tamar's new colleague Marjan is plenty intimidating. She demands complete transparency from Tamaar, as her life is now on the line.
Tehran season 2 episodes
There are eight episodes of Tehran season 2, and Apple TV Plus is releasing the first two together. Then, the rest come one at a time on the following Fridays.
- Tehran season 2 episode 1: May 6
- Tehran season 2 episode 2: May 6
- Tehran season 2 episode 3: May 13
- Tehran season 2 episode 4: May 20
- Tehran season 2 episode 5: May 27
- Tehran season 2 episode 6: June 3
- Tehran season 2 episode 7: June 10
- Tehran season 2 episode 8: June 17
How to watch Tehran season 2 from anywhere
If you're stuck abroad — in one of the few countries where Apple TV Plus is not available — you will likely run into geo-fenced restrictions on the platforms and services you can use. But with the help of a virtual private network (VPN), you can watch Tehran season 2 and all the other services you already pay for no matter where you are.
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