The first season of “Chance,” Hulu’s finely crafted mystery-thriller starring Hugh Laurie, focused on one doctor’s quest to understand his own dangerous desires. He lived on the edge by studying not only his patients, but his own reactions to their plight.
Well, he’s reached a diagnosis. Eldon Chance’s (Laurie) hesitancy to dive headfirst into the dark, deep water of a criminal underworld, well, that’s gone. He’s jumping in with both feet, and he really likes getting wet.
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“Chance” is based on the book by Kem Nunn and was developed for Hulu by Nunn and Alexandra Cunningham. “Room” director Lenny Abrahamson directed the pilot and serves as an executive producer in Season 2.
The second season consists of 10 hour-long episodes, promises more action, and features a fresh new adversary in Paul Schneider. Season 2 co-stars Stefania Owen, Greta Lee, Clarke Peters, and Brian Goodman. Laurie serves as executive producer alongside Abrahamson, Cunningham, Nunn, Michael London, Nelson McCormick, Jonas Pate, and Brian Grazer.