Mayor of Kingstown

10 Best Episodes of Mayor of Kingstown - Season 2

Mayor of Kingstown is a critically acclaimed drama series available on Paramount+. The show is set in a small Michigan town where the business of incarceration is the only thriving industry, and the McClusky family are the power brokers between the police, criminals, inmates, prison guards, and politicians. Since its first airing in 2021, the show has developed a cult following, with many viewers eagerly anticipating each season. With two seasons currently released, viewers have now had the chance to rank the best episodes of Mayor of Kingstown. Here, we will take a look at the top-ranked episodes of the show.

From the gripping pilot episode to the season two finale, Mayor of Kingstown has kept viewers on the edge of their seats. The show's unique blend of drama and suspense has made each episode an experience to remember. Here, we'll take a look at the best episodes of Mayor of Kingstown, ranked according to their reviews from viewers and critics alike.

Whether you're a loyal fan of the show or a new viewer just getting into the series, these are the episodes you won't want to miss. Here, we'll break down the top-ranked episodes of Mayor of Kingstown, and explain why these episodes are the best of the best.

Written by Sophie and last updated on jul 08, 2024.

PS: The following content contains spoilers!

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Mayor of Kingstown - S2E7

#10 - Drones (Season 2 - Episode 7)

In the seventh episode of Mayor of Kingstown, "Drones", the internal affairs investigation looms as Robert, Kyle, and Ian look to get their story straight. Mike and Evelyn's relationship grows tense in the wake of Lockett's murder, and Mike takes care of a problem for Bunny. Tracy worries about Kyle, and the episode ends with the quote, ‘If there is no bad guy, then how the fxck do we get to keep being the good guys, huh?’

The episode left many viewers feeling unsatisfied, as the season has failed to maintain a coherent storyline. With the lack of emphasis on Milo's character and an unsatisfying payoff, viewers are hoping for a satisfying resolution in the upcoming episodes. Despite the growing tension between the characters and the apprehension of the impending investigation, Bunny's constant bitching and the dwindling interest in Iris leaves much to be desired.

The episode was rated 7.65 from 865 votes.

Mayor of Kingstown - S2E8

#9 - Santa Jesus (Season 2 - Episode 8)


In the eighth episode of Mayor of Kingstown, Santa Jesus, Mike spends his version of a day off the grid as Ian goes to great lengths to solve a problem. Meanwhile, Bunny has a gift for Raphael and Milo speaks to Iris alone.

The episode was slightly flawed, with some viewers feeling that it meandered aimlessly and lacked focus on plot movement. Taylor Sheridan's formula of long aerial shots, random dialogues, and lack of story strategy was prominent in this episode, leaving some viewers feeling disappointed and underwhelmed. However, it was appreciated that the episode included a 'Of Mice and Men' trope and with Milo back in the fray, hopes are high that the season will end on a high note.

The episode was rated 7.72 from 847 votes.

Mayor of Kingstown - S2E4

#8 - The Pool (Season 2 - Episode 4)

In the episode "The Pool" of the show Mayor of Kingstown, Mike is feeling the pressure to make sure Evelyn honors her end of the deal. Bunny is concerned that Mike has lost control, and Mariam tries to make a good will gesture.

Things take a turn for the worse when Mike discovers that another unexpected event has occurred at tent city. His decisions come into question, leaving viewers wondering what Mike has done. Bunny expresses her concern, asking "What have you done, Mike?!", and Mariam's act of good will may not be enough to make up for the consequences of Mike's actions.

The episode was rated 7.73 from 931 votes.

Mayor of Kingstown - S2E1

#7 - Never Missed a Pigeon (Season 2 - Episode 1)


In the wake of the Kingstown Prison riot, violence and chaos ensue in the newly formed tent city. Mike and Bunny discuss what must be done to solve the leadership void on the inside. Kyle begins his new job with the Michigan State Police. The episode kicks off with Mike's poignant line of, “I tend not to listen to my heart…”, a line that sets the tone for the entire episode.

The Mayor of Kingstown has been a highly anticipated show for viewers, and it certainly does not disappoint. The episode provides a great start to the new season, and many viewers are already looking forward to what the upcoming episodes will bring. If the season is half as good as the first, viewers will be in for a real treat.

The episode was rated 7.74 from 968 votes.

Mayor of Kingstown - S2E9

#6 - Peace in the Valley (Season 2 - Episode 9)

In the "Peace in the Valley" episode of Mayor of Kingstown, tensions rise as Mike and Milo engage in a crucial discussion about a potential trade, setting the stage for an intense power play. Meanwhile, Bunny resurfaces with a bold move that catches everyone off guard, leading to a shocking demand she makes of Mike. The episode takes a gripping turn as Mariam embarks on a mission to locate Jacob, adding a layer of mystery to the unfolding drama.

The return of Bunny brings a wave of anticipation among viewers, with her fearless demeanor adding an unpredictable element to the narrative. As the intricate web of power dynamics unravels, the audience is left on the edge of their seats, eager to see how Bunny's reappearance will impact the power struggles in Kingstown. The episode's runtime may have initially raised eyebrows, but as the plot unfolds, it becomes clear that every minute is packed with twists and turns that keep viewers captivated.

With Evelyn's fury directed at Mike, the emotional stakes are heightened, adding a layer of complexity to the characters' relationships. As alliances shift and motives are questioned, the episode delves into themes of loyalty, betrayal, and survival in the unforgiving world of Kingstown. Despite mixed reviews from some viewers, the episode's gripping storyline and shocking developments leave a lasting impact, setting the stage for further intrigue and suspense in the series.

The episode was rated 7.75 from 822 votes.

Mayor of Kingstown - S2E3

#5 - Five at Five (Season 2 - Episode 3)


In the episode Five at Five of the show Mayor of Kingstown, Mike takes matters into his own hands to find Iris, even though the audience does not care about her. He asks for help from Bunny, who suggests that Mike should have someone run point when Bunny gets out. Mike agrees, and Bunny requests for Mike to have his back turned at five o'clock the next day.

Robert and his team's move puts Mike's larger plan in jeopardy, making it seem like a rerun of the last season. Kyle also has a request for the Kingstown PD, but it remains unknown what that request is.

The episode was rated 7.77 from 946 votes.

Mayor of Kingstown - S2E6

#4 - Left with the Nose (Season 2 - Episode 6)

In the drama-filled episode "Left with the Nose" of the show Mayor of Kingstown, Mike uses a favor to gain influence with the new powers that be. Bunny, however, finds himself losing patience quickly as the town of Anchor Bay becomes increasingly volatile. Kyle and Mike have a deep conversation, while Robert receives some troubling news. It is apparent that all the key players in this episode desire control, but it is clear that control cannot be had. The episode continues the storyline, though some viewers have noted it becoming repetitive. Finally, the audience is left with a cliffhanger as Bunny's actions have a startling outcome.

The episode was rated 7.78 from 919 votes.

Mayor of Kingstown - S2E5

#3 - Kill Box (Season 2 - Episode 5)


In the episode Kill Box of the show Mayor of Kingstown, Mike is in a race to locate Bunny and in the process finds out that he is not as powerful or influential as he thought he was. Kareem surveys the new power structure and receives some unsettling news. Kyle contemplates his next move and Milo looks to fix Joseph's mistake. While the episode was really great, one thing that bothered many of the viewers was how Milo just broke into the police station with ease. The episode was highlighted by Mike's quote, "When I say I'd do a thing, that thing is fuckin' done."

The viewers got to witness Mike's delusional mindset as he overestimates himself. This episode was packed with action and suspense as it set the stage for the upcoming show. Kyle contemplates his next move and Milo tries to fix Joseph's mistake. The episode was full of surprises as the viewers were left with a cliffhanger that made them anticipate the next episode. It also showed how power and authority should not be taken lightly and Mike had to reevaluate his authority.

The episode was rated 7.80 from 902 votes.

Mayor of Kingstown - S2E2

#2 - Staring at the Devil (Season 2 - Episode 2)

In the episode Staring at the Devil from the show Mayor of Kingstown, Mike attempts to regain control of tent city after a power vacuum creates chaos. His brother, Kyle, finds himself in a dire situation. Meanwhile, Iris is uneasy about her new living arrangement.

The episode starts with an intense scene when Mike and Kyle discover a hooker in their mother's living room, to which Kyle exclaims, "Problems don't get bigger than the hooker in our mother's living room, Mike". We then see Mike and his gang attempt to restore order, but it is unclear whether his plan will be successful. As the episode develops, we see Iris struggle with her new living arrangement and the tension between her and Mike escalates.

The episode was rated 7.85 from 927 votes.

Mayor of Kingstown - S2E10

#1 - Little Green Ant (Season 2 - Episode 10)


In "Mayor of Kingstown" Episode "Little Green Ant", tensions escalate as the conflict spills onto the streets of Kingstown, putting everyone on high alert. A crucial mistake made by one of the key players sets off a chain of events with serious consequences, sending shockwaves through the community. The stakes are higher than ever as loyalties are tested, and the fragile alliances that have been holding things together are pushed to their breaking point.

As the chaos unfolds, the relationship between Mike and Bunny faces a defining moment of truth that could either solidify their bond or shatter it completely. With trust hanging in the balance, they must confront their differences and decide where their loyalties truly lie. Meanwhile, Iris, caught in the crossfire of the escalating conflict, finds herself cornered with no escape in sight, forcing her to make difficult decisions that could change the course of her life forever.

Despite mixed reactions from viewers, with some yearning for more closure and others feeling underwhelmed by the series finale, "Little Green Ant" delivers a gripping narrative that keeps audiences on the edge of their seats. With intense emotions running high and the fate of Kingstown hanging in the balance, this episode serves as a culmination of the season's themes of power, loyalty, and the price of survival. Whether you're a long-time fan or a newcomer to the series, this episode promises to leave a lasting impact and set the stage for what's to come in the world of "Mayor of Kingstown."

The episode was rated 7.94 from 857 votes.

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