Rent Lucky Man: Series 2 (2017)

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7h 20min
Rent Lucky Man: Series 2 (aka Stan Lee's Lucky Man: Seres 2) Online DVD & Blu-ray Rental
Harry Clayton is back. Dl Harry Clayton (James Nesbitt) is still wearing the bracelet given to him by Eve (Sienna Guillory), but Harry refuses to use his new found 'power' to assist him in any way, mindful of the possible dire consequences. With London bright and bold as the cinematic backdrop, each week Harry and the Murder Investigation Squad are called upon to solve particularly puzzling murder cases across the capital.
Teamed with his partner, DS Suri Chohan (Amara Karan) and having been accepted back into the fold by his boss, Detective Superintendent Winter (Steven Mackintosh), Harry continues his struggle to come to terms with his gambling addiction while proving to both his wife, Anna (Eve Best) and his daughter that he can stay straight, fly right and win back their trust. Harry's meeting with the enigmatic and alluring Isabella Augustin (Thekla Reuten) throws everything he thought he knew about the bracelet into turmoil. She enters his life with a seemingly identical bracelet on her wrist. As Harry's will is tested, his state of mind begins to fray as the stakes rise and the race against evil draws ever closer.
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Madonna Baptiste
Stan Lee
Stan Lee, Matt Jones, Lucy Catherine, D.C. Jackson, Tom de Ville, Tom Grieves, Mika Watkins
Stan Lee's Lucky Man: Seres 2
Universal Pictures
British TV, TV Action & Adventure, TV Crimes, TV Dramas, TV Mysteries, TV Sci-Fi & Fantasy, TV Thrillers
Release Date:
Run Time:
440 minutes
English Dolby Digital 5.1
English Hard of Hearing
DVD Regions:
Region 2
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 1.78:1 / 16:9
  • The Making of Stan Lee's Lucky Man
  • Nesbitt and Lee: Two Lucky Men
  • The Story So Far
  • The Bracelet Chronicles (Animated Comic)
Disc 1:
This disc includes episodes 1 - 4
Disc 2:
This disc includes episodes 5 - 8
Disc 3:
This disc includes episodes 9 - 10
- Special Features

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Lucky Man: Series 2 (aka Stan Lee's Lucky Man: Seres 2) review by Adrijan Arsovski - Cinema Paradiso

Lucky Man: Series 2 features an excellent plot-line (albeit, far from a ground-breaking one), where fate and luck intertwine to bring the protagonist Harry a whole lot of fun. The main differences between the first installment and the second series are the introduction of a new character (which I’ll get more into later), and probably the additions of more comic book stuff (action, adventure) – as opposed to the dramatic overtone from the first series. And so, Lucky Man: Series 2 continues where it left off last year.

The series continues along the path of certain Harry Clayton (played by the excellent James Nesbitt) – a gambling cop who almost was on the verge of running out of luck. ‘Luckily’, Harry stumbles upon a magical bracelet that turns his life upside down, and promotes luck there where he needs it the most. The only caveat is that, for each event where Harry experiences good fortune – someone else gets his luck stripped away from them (to keep the balance). And so, Harry was torn between the notions of making someone else’s life miserable by upping his fortune by a significant notch. Will Harry finally see his due?

The second series introduces a new character, namely the mysterious Isabella Augustin (Thekla Reuten), who, by a stroke of coincidence – is also a wielder of a lucky bracelet just like Harry wears. This brews new conflict in the mental state of Harry, as he struggles with the notion of someone else having the same lucky bearings on life just like he did. In fact, his life gets challenged as soon as Isabella enters the picture, which makes him re-evaluate the potential usage of his lucky charm and the probable harm that it can bring to other peoples fortunes.

Further, we see how Isabella has a very different relationship with her bracelet as opposed to Harry. She had the bracelet for decades and has grown very intimate with it. She has discovered many possibilities that Harry could only dream of – for the better or worse. The bracelet has provided Isabella with a completely new outlook of the world, one that now she embraces without second thought. On the other side of the spectrum however, Harry is still threading the waters as careful as he could, whilst exploring his own relationship with the bracelet. And everything starts to fall apart in Harry’s world when Isabella tells him that the principle of the fortune balance is nothing but plain old rubbish. With his notions challenged, world shaken, and his old reality torn to pieces – Harry must gather his mental focus to find out the real reality of what has happened ever since he put the bracelet on his wrist.

To conclude, Lucky Man: Series 2 is probably one of the more engaging shows and it would be a real shame if you’d miss it.

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