“The Family Man” is a lively, pulse-pounding espionage series produced in India and made for Amazon Prime Video, and is not to be confused with the Nicolas Cage picture from 2000. Manoj Bajpayee plays Srikant, a senior intelligence officer juggling his family life as a husband and parent while attempting to suppress terrorist activity. Srikant’s job and private lives collide in unexpected ways over the course of the 19 episodes broadcast thus far, much like Sidney Bristow’s in “Alias” or Annie’s in “Covert Affairs.”
When “The Family Man” premiered in September 2019, critics lauded it, with Tanul Thakur of the Wire stating, “‘The Family Man’ is lifted to a considerable extent not just by its script and technical skill — making the show gripping and surprising — but also by acting.”
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The show’s nine-episode sophomore season launched on June 3 after a long delay and received similarly positive reviews as the first. Season 3 hasn’t been officially announced as of July 2021, although the authors are reportedly working on the plot (via Yahoo News).
If you’ve already finished Season 1, here’s where you can watch Season 2 of “The Family Man.”
Only Amazon Prime Video allows you to watch The Family Man.
Because of the television series’ exclusive streaming rights arrangement with Amazon, there’s only one true way to view the second season of “The Family MAN.” As long as you have an Amazon Prime membership, you can watch both Seasons 1 and 2 of “The Family Man” on Amazon Prime Video. As long as you have the Amazon Prime or Amazon Prime Video app downloaded, you can watch it on your computer, phone, iPad, tablet, or other devices.
“The Family Man” is no longer available to rent or buy on any other streaming or digital platforms as of July 2021.
Unfortunately, the series is not currently available on tangible media – however, this may change in the future, since Amazon has issued DVD and Blu-ray releases of other television programs.
Seasons 1 and 2 of “The Family Man” are currently available exclusively on Amazon Prime Video.