Outer Range Season 2 Cast

Outer Range Season 2 Cast
The first season of Prime Video's Outer Range created by Brian Watkins, was mind-bending and a spectacular start for a Sci-Fi Western. Now, season 2 has landed on the streamer, and a lot happens when time and space are involved. All the 7 episodes of Season 2 have been released on May 16, 2024. On Rotten Tomatoes, the season 2 received 80% rating, and on IMDb, it received 7.1. The top cast of Outer Range Season 2, includes Josh Brolin, Imogen Poots, Lili Taylor, Tamara Podemski, Lewis Pullman, Tom Pelphrey, Noah Reid, Shaun Sipos, Isabel Arraiza, Olive Abercrombie, and Will Patton.

Josh Brolin (Royal Abbott)

Josh Brolin plays Royal Abbott, central character of the show. He's a cowboy from Wyoming. He knows the importance of his family and so he protects his family.

Imogen Poots (Amy Abbott)

Imogen Poots plays Autumn/Amy Abbott. She's a traveler who comes to the Abbotts' ranch. She has a mysterious past and later turns out to be Amy, Royal's missing granddaughter.

Lili Taylor (Cecilia Abbott)

Lili Taylor plays Cecilia Abbott. She's Royal's wife and the boss of the ranch. She's very kind and loyal, but faces tough challenges also.

Tamara Podemski (Deputy Sheriff Joy)

Tamara Podemski plays Deputy Sheriff Joy. She's a cop and had a wish to become sheriff. She's a gay Native American who is a sheriff in Wyoming and  she gets involved in an investigation.

Lewis Pullman (Rhett Abbott)

Lewis Pullman plays Rhett Abbott. He's Royal and Cecilia's youngest son. He dreams of a bull rider, but due to certain events, his plan fades.

Tom Pelphrey (Perry Abbott)

Tom Pelphrey plays Perry Abbott. He's Royal's son whose wife is missing. He's the oldest son and tries his best as a single dad to his daughter Amy while dealing with the mystery of his missing wife.

Noah Reid (Billy Tillerson)

Noah Reid plays Billy Tillerson. He's one of Wayne Tillerson’s sons. He loves singing and is bit different from his brother and he often sings to express his feelings.

Shaun Sipos (Luke Tillerson)

Shaun Sipos plays Luke Tillerson. He's one of Wayne Tillerson's sons and is the Abbotts' neighbor. He's very competitive and sometimes turns mean when things don't go his way.

Isabel Arraiza (Maria Olivares)

Isabel Arraiza plays Maria Olivares. She's Billy's friend and love interest. She used to go to school with Rhett and now she's back from college, looking for a fresh start.

Olive Abercrombie (Amy Abbott)

Olive Abercrombie plays Amy Abbott. Amy is Perry and Rebecca's daughter. She likes ranching. She gets worried when her mom disappears. Later, she goes missing too and Royal figures out Autumn is an older version of her.

Will Patton (Wayne Tillerson)

Will Patton plays Wayne Tillerson. Wayne has known Royal for a long time but they don't like each other. He's very clever and dangerous also.


Prime Video's Outer Range season 2, is setted a thrilling and complex story that delves into the intricate world of time and space. Royal Abbott played by Josh Brolin, faces many problems. Wife Cecilia played by Lili Taylor, struggle to keep their family together in the aftermath of their granddaughter's sudden disappearance.

The cast returns, with Josh BrolinImogen PootsLili TaylorLewis PullmanWill PattonTom PelphreyTamara PodemskiShaun Sipos, Isabel Arraiza, Noah Reid and Olive Abercrombie reprising their roles.

The complexity of the series is evident in the way the story unfolds, much like the pace of a good western movie. The concept of time manipulation is sprinkled throughout, providing the user with visions of the future or possibilities of what could happen when ingested. The imagery that we are shown is left up to us to decipher, and we are right along with the characters, working to solve the mystery of their visions.

The first season began really well with its confusing idea and mysterious feel. Some things are very complicated to the story, and it makes the story very interesting. However, there are still some areas that are frustratingly ignored, leading to concerns that the story is going down a path similar to the series "Lost."

This season feels like it barely progressed the needle in terms of story movement. While there are more character development and dramatic elements that keep the show engaging and exciting, there are still some areas that are frustratingly ignored, leading to the worry that some initial story beats may be forgotten.

The acting is really, really good, with some actors standing out. Imogen Poots delivers unbridled intensity that's steeped in vulnerability, and she is engaging to see how Autumn/Amy Abbott uses her trait to draw others to her and have them act on her behalf. Tom Pelfrey gets more prominence this season. Tamara Podemski, who plays Joy, provides the viewpoint of the indigenous people who are either used or taken advantage of by whites and the government. She has an excellent dynamic with Brolin's Royal, as they both share strange and undefinable experiences.

Lastly, Shaun Sipos as Luke is one of the other standout performances for this season. His dynamic with his dad and brother is heartbreaking but also engaging as he feels pushed in directions while trying to impossibly please them. There's a moment that is both justified and satisfying from a story perspective, but also the pain strife that streaks across his face as he makes realizations.

Throughout the show, we watch as actions have consequences, and no matter how privileged a character might be.

There were several scenes that were almost gimmicky since they were so drastically different from the rest of the presentation, in addition to the fact that I wasn't quite pleased with how the tale piled on additional arcs without starting to resolve any of them. Noah Reid's character Billy Tillerson is a musical; we'll see more of him this season, but when the songs are sung, the show starts to add what sounds like hallucinations. At one point, the real action was accompanied by animated images, while at another, it was almost exactly like a fever dream.

The show feels very fast and exciting, but it also tells its story slowly and completely. ​Characters are frequently rushing against the clock, either to reach a location or stop an incident from happening, and we can sense the characters' growing stress in each of these situations. The scenarios feel genuine and natural rather than manufactured or overdone.

Overall, the second season of Prime Video's Outer Range continues to bring mind -blowing intrigue in a remarkable blend of family drama and hazardous mystery. There's no sex or nudity, a lot of profanity, and a bunch of violence.

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