Know everything about Tehran Season 2 Episode 8 ahead of its release.
What will be uncovered in the finale episode? Tehran is an Israeli spy thriller television series created by Moshe Zonder and written by Zonder and Omri Shenhar, and directed by Daniel Syrkin. The series tells the thrilling story of a Mossad agent who goes deep undercover on a dangerous mission in Tehran that places her and everyone around her in dire jeopardy. Furthermore, as the season comes to an end, viewers of the series have a bittersweet feeling, not knowing if this is the last time they will see the series.
If you’ve been enjoying the second season of Tehran, which is filled with a lot of suspense and thriller moments, as well as these fantastic complex characters and their story arcs that had you glued to your television screens, you might want to know what the show creators have planned for the finale? Continue reading to find out more.
Tehran Season 2 Episode 8 Release Date
Tehran Season 2 Episode 8, Blood Funeral, is set to premiere on Friday, June 17, 2022, Friday, at 9 pm (PT) / 12 am (ET) / 5 am (GMT), with all the seven episodes already available on Apple TV+ to stream. The episode is reported to be directed by Daniel Syrkin and written by Moshe Zonder & Omri Shenhar, just like the previous episodes of the season.
Moreover, the runtime of each episode is approximately 45 minutes. After the original airing of the pilot episode, 13,000, on May 6, 2022, the story has reached its conclusion within one month to end the plotlines with a potential cliffhanger that might lead to a possible third season or not only time will tell once the episode makes its debut on the streaming service.
The official synopsis of the episode states, “Tamar doesn’t know whom to trust; a cat-and-mouse game leads to deadly consequences.” Because of the short synopsis, it’s impossible to obtain a clear picture of the plotline that viewers may expect to see about any likely surprises or twists. Hence, here is a detailed episode guide to help you understand the schedule and plan ahead to watch to understand how the series will deal with the various scenarios in the final episode.
- S2E1: 13,000 – May 6, 2022
- S2E2: Change of Plan – May 6, 2022
- S2E3: PTSD – May 13, 2022
- S2E4: The Rich Kids – May 20, 2022
- S2E5: Double Fault – May 27, 2022
- S2E6: Faraz’s Choice – June 3, 2022
- S2E7: Betty – June 10, 2022
- S2E8: Blood Funeral – June 17, 2022
On the other hand, more information and promo material will be released after the episode airs on the streaming site rather than before. Hence, we suggest you have to wait in order to learn how the second season will ultimately end and where the character arcs are heading after two amazing seasons.
Tehran Season 2 Plot
The official description for the second season as released by Apple TV+ indicates, “Tehran season two follows Tamar (Niv Sultan), a Mossad hacker-agent who infiltrates Tehran under a false identity to help destroy Iran’s nuclear reactor. But when her mission fails, Tamar must plan an operation that will place everyone dear to her in jeopardy.”
What to expect in Tehran Season 2 Episode 8?
It’s tough to predict what will happen in Tehran Season 2 Episode 8 right now. Because there have been no major spoilers on social media. As a result, viewers will be able to watch the episode without being spoiled ahead of time. But, if you’re as curious as to what will happen in the upcoming episode. We have listed down the key takeaways from the previous episode without giving too much away in case you still haven’t watched the episode.
The season’s finale episode will definitely pick up the plot and set the tone for the viewers to get right back into the series where they left off last week with the premiere of Tehran Season 2 Episode 7, Betty, released on June 10, 2022. The episode is directed by Daniel Syrkin and written by Moshe Zonder & Omri Shenhar. The official synopsis of the 7th episode states, “Peyman tells Tamar about his father’s car race, leading the Mossad to devise a plan to take out Mohammadi once and for all.”
Tehran Season 2 Episode 7 begins with Faraz fleeing the scene where he shot Ali. Tamar remembers why she’s doing all of this and focuses her attention on Betty, the hackable automobile. After the bungled tennis court incident, she aims to utilize this as a key to stopping The General. Tamar works on planting the bug while Milad lurks in the background, keeping Peyman occupied in his opulent home. When Peyman’s ex, Yasaman, turns up, the whole plot is jeopardized. Given the unpredictability of the scenario, Amir insists Milad cease bugging the car and exit.
So, Tamar’s only option now is to attend the huge party that night and bug the car there. When things appear to be in jeopardy, Marjan goes to Faraz’s house and asks for his assistance. She has photographic evidence of him murdering Ali and has threatened to pass it on to The General’s troops unless he cooperates. Faraz appears under the alias Mr. Kamali, acting on Peyman’s behalf. Faraz reveals that Ali was on the verge of revealing Tamar’s cover as they got into the car together.
Faraz eventually decides to play ball after exchanging ideas and morals with Marjan, but he assures her that if he goes down, she will go down with him. After traveling over to The General’s house in Betty, Mohammadi reveals that he has been working on a new car, one that is significantly more powerful. Tamar takes advantage of the opportunity to flee, putting the bug in the new car instead of Betty’s. Tamar, on the other hand, has really bugged the wrong car, as this alternate is for Peyman, not The General.
By the end, they’re in a tight predicament because they can’t manage Mohammadi’s car right now. Milad resists Tamar’s pleas and decides to take charge of Peyman’s automobile while the father/son team heads out for a race around the twisty roads, despite Tamar’s warnings. Everything goes wrong, the brakes fail, and Peyman falls to his death off the cliff. The operation is a colossal failure, the General is still alive, and Tamar is trapped in the midst of the chaos.
Tehran Season 2 Cast
The key new face in Tehran Season 2 is Academy Award contender Glenn Close, who plays Marjan Montazeri, a British lady living in Tehran, with the central actors from Season 1 returning. The following is a complete list of the main cast for Season 2:
- Niv Sultan as Tamar Rabinyan
- Shaun Toub as Faraz Kamali
- Menashe Noy as Meir Gorev
- Liraz Charhi as Yael Kadosh
- Shervin Alenabi as Milad
- Shila Ommi as Naahid
- Darius Homayoun as Payman Mohammadi
Some of the recurring cast members of the series include:
- Sara von Schwarze as Yulia Magen
- Nati Navid Toobian as Dariush
- Sogand Sara Fakheri as Raziyeh Nekumard
- Vassilis Koukalani as Sardar Qasem Mohammadi
- Sia Alipour as Vahid Nemati
- Esti Yerushalmi as Arezoo
- Arash Marandi as Ali
Where to watch Tehran Season 2?
Tehran Season 2 is now available to stream exclusively on Apple TV+ with a selection of membership tiers from which viewers can pick according to their preference. The viewers can also buy a subscription plan with a starting cost of $4.99 per month based on a US membership, with a seven-day free trial for new users or three months free when you buy any Apple products.
Tehran Season 2 Overall Reception
Tehran has received positive reviews from critics. On Rotten Tomatoes, season one holds a rating of 94% based on 17 reviews, with an average rating of 7.3/10. The site’s critical consensus reads, “Tehran’s expertly plotted twists further elevate a geopolitical thriller deftly balanced between the global and the personal. On Metacritic, the show has a score of 72 out of 100, based on 6 critics, indicating “generally favorable reviews” According to IMDb, the series has an overall score of 7.5 out of 10 with approx 15k votes.
Tehran Season 2 Official Trailer
Tehran Official Synopsis
The official synopsis of the series, according to Apple TV+, states, “Tamar is a Mossad hacker-agent who infiltrates Tehran under a false identity to help destroy Iran’s nuclear reactor. But when her mission fails, Tamar must plan an operation that will place everyone dear to her in jeopardy.”
Catch up on all of the previous episodes of Tehran Season 2 before watching the season’s finale episode.