Things are finally going to get much more chaotic for Mike in the upcoming episode of Mayor Of Kingstown. Revolving around the McLusky family, this crime series takes place in a world where crime is rampant, and justice is nowhere to be seen.
First seen on November 14th, 2021, this show was announced just months before the pandemic. A year later, in 2021, production on the show began with Jeremy Renner being chosen to play the main protagonist. The first season of Mayor of Kingstown became a well-known hit on Paramount+, leading to another season that has been airing since January 15th, 2023.
Most of the cast members of season 1 will be returning for another season. These include Jeremy Renner in the role of Mike McLusky. Mariam, his mom, is played by Dianne Wiest. Hugh Dillon plays Ian Ferguson, while Talor Handley portrays the role of Mike’s only brother now, Kyle McLusky. New actors that have joined the cast of Mayor Of Kingstown this season include Gratiela Brancusi in the role of Tatiana and Lane Garrison as Carney.
What happened In Mayor Of Kingstown Season 2 Episode 8?
In the previous episode, we see the news of Iris being found reaching Mike. He spends some time at a bar and gives the bartender girl his keys. He gives her the guns as well and asks her to keep them in her grandfather’s safe and says that he will be returning for the weapons later.
At the prison, Bunny brings a piano for his cellmate. Since Mike was able to exert his powers on freeing him, it was finally time for Bunny to go back outside the prison. Mike’s mom leaves a voice note for Mike asking him to help free a person named Jacob, who was a weak juvenile. Kyle claims he’s not able to find Mike anywhere. Bunny leaves the prison and is picked up by Digo.
He celebrates the occasion and tries to get ahold of Mike, but no one picks up. While searching for Mike, Kyle comes to Bunny’s den. Digo carefully lets him to Bunny’s room only after he explains that he’s Mike’s brother.
Kyle and Bunny have a talk where he says something could be wrong with Mike as he wasn’t there to pick Bunny up. Kyle assumes someone could have targeted Mike. Bunny agrees to help him look for his brother. Meanwhile, Ian takes Charlie to Ben’s house.
He asks to have a chat with Ben and shows him the murders and atrocities Charlie has committed. Ian blackmails Ben into following whatever he says since Charlie now knows his location and could show up at his house anytime.
Ben says he already tried to talk to DA, but Ian forces him to make the call again and try to get Robert back. He takes back his word and chooses not to testify. As Ian leaves, Ben makes the mistake of swearing at him, which causes Charlie to kill him immediately. Ian manages to stage the death so that no one would know what went down.
Mike’s mom arrives at the Detention Center and sees that Jacob has been transferred. She tries to call Mike again, but his mobile is found at the office by Kyle and Ian. Mike goes back to the bar and asks for his weapons and the Keys. He does it just in time as someone tries to shoot him while driving by. Mike manages to take care of the attack.
Mayor Of Kingstown S2 Episode 9: Release Date
The next episode of the Jeremy Renner crime series will be released on March 12th, 2023. New episodes of Mayor Of Kingstown usually air on Sundays, with episodes that last about 48-50 minutes.
Mayor Of Kingstown S2 Episode 9: Spoilers
In the upcoming episode, we’ll be seeing Mike interact with Milo, someone he has been looking for a long time. As he saves himself from the shooting and relaxes on a bench, Milo walks right up to him. Kyle and his mom will be continuing their search for Mike, who is now in a strange situation.
Mayor Of Kingstown S2 Episode 9: Where To Watch?
New episodes of Mayor Of Kingstown are uploaded on Paramount+ for viewers from the United States at 3:00 am ET. Previous seasons of the crime shows are also available to stream on Amazon, Prime Video, and Apple TV. The release timings of new episodes in other countries will be:
- United Kingdom: 8:00 AM, Sundays, March 12th, 2023
- Canada: 3:00 AM, Sundays, March 12th, 2023
- Australia: 7:00 PM, Sundays, March 12th, 2023
- India: 1:30 PM, Sundays, March 12th, 2023
- Philippines: 4:00 PM, Sundays, March 12th, 2023
- Germany: 9:00 AM, Sundays, March 12th, 2023