After only 2 episodes, I must say, season two moves on a much wider scale, it's brave and firm about certain topics and storytelling. Sally actually steps out of being a love interest, her acting career feels more relatable for me than it was last season, Gene's personal side is strong, and the chasing between the cops and gangsters (of course, Anthony Carrigan is still magnificent as NoHo Hank) seems to be more patient too. This episode felt like everybody has its moments. No rushing, high stakes, dark humor, real drama. I have high hopes about the rest of the season.