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Tokyo Vice Season 2 Recap, Season Two, Official Trailer

The release date and time of Tokyo Vice Season 2 Episode 8 has been revealed. The episode will air on HBO Max. J.T. designed by. Rogers, this crime drama series focuses on Jake Edelstein, who becomes the first foreign-born reporter at a major publication in Japan. When he begins to investigate Japan’s dark and treacherous underworld he finds himself in dangerous situations.

When is the Tokyo Vice Season 2 Episode 8 release date and time?

The Tokyo Vice Season 2 Episode 8 release date is March 21, 2024.

The Tokyo Vice Season 2 Episode 8 estimated release time is:

  • 12:00 A.M. Pacific Standard Time (PST)
  • 3:00 A.M. Eastern Standard Time (EST)
  • 9:00 A.M. British Summer Time (EST)
  • 10:00 A.M. Central European Standard Time (CEST)

CAST

Returning cast members of the show include Ansel Elgort, Ken Watanabe, Rachel Keller, Rinko Kikuchi, and Sho Kasamatsu. Additionally, newcomers Yosuke Kubozuka and Miki Maya joined the ensemble, adding depth to the storyline.

plot highlights

Building on the foundation lay in season 1, Tokyo Vice season 2 follows Jake Adelstein’s ongoing investigations into the Yakuza and the criminal underworld. As Adelstein delves deeper, he discovers that danger lurks around every corner, placing his life and those close to him at risk….

Where to watch Tokyo Vice Season 2 Episode 8

To watch episode 8, you can purchase a subscription plan for the HBO Max streaming services. The HBO Max subscription plan will give viewers access to its entire library consisting of hundreds of television shows and movies.

The HBO Max (with ads) subscription plan is priced at $9.99 per month while the HBO Max (without ads) subscription plan is priced at $15.99 per month. For a better streaming experience, viewers can also choose the Ultimate subscription plan priced at $19.99 per month.

The series is inspired by Jake Edelstein’s novel Tokyo Vice: An American Reporter on the Police Beat in Japan. Producer J.T. Rodgers is the executive producer of Tokyo Vice alongside John Lesher, Michael Mann, Alan Paul, Ansel Elgort, Emily Gerson Sanes, Jake Edelstein, Kayo Washio, Brad Caleb Kane, Destin Daniel Cretton and Ken Watanabe.

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