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Tour de France: Unchained Season 2 Review: More Races, More Crashes, More Adrenaline

Tour de France: Unchained Season 2

Tour de France is considered one of the most prestigious men’s multiple-stage bicycle races which are held in France, and Netflix has done a brilliant job in bringing this race and beyond to our screens, for not one but two seasons now.

This brings us to talk about Tour de France: Unchained Season 2, which is now officially available to the streaming platform, and we would recommend heading over to Netflix as soon as you have read our review.

If you have watched the first season, chances are you have already begun your binge of Tour de France: Unchained Season 2, and rightfully so. In this review, we will talk a little more about the latest season, and why we think this deserves a spot on your watchlist, so make sure you stick around until the end!

Tour de France: Unchained Season 2 Is For Everyone!

The reality is, when it comes to series that revolve around a particular sport, viewers are convinced that if they don’t have an interest in the particular sport, they probably wouldn’t enjoy the series either. While this assumption might stand true for sports series, it certainly isn’t the cast for our de France: Unchained Season 2, and that’s something we can guarantee.

Tour de France: Unchained Season 2 Is For Everyone!
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This latest season of Tour de France: Unchained can be watched by someone who either loves a good race, loves sport, loves competition, or simply loves a good stream that will get your adrenaline higher than ever because that’s exactly what Season 2 does. Tour de France is one of the most beloved races, and rightfully so, which only adds to the success of Tour de France: Unchained Season 2.

Tour de France: Unchained Season 2
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As compared to the first season, this latest season took things up a notch and that was established in the very first episode. While some viewers view this sport as entertainment, it actually is quite serious and not often safe. Sure, it isn’t Formula 1 with cars that might crash, but a cycle crash and pile-up look just as terrifying, and you will get to witness plenty of that in this particular season. We found ourselves flinching from time to time!

While the races were undoubtedly the best part of Tour de France: Unchained Season 2, it had several other elements, which came together and contributed to the success of the series. The protagonists of the series are introduced in the very first episodes and they carry the rest of the season on their shoulders with the assistance of a fantastic narrative that had us hooked for all 8 episodes which last for 45 minutes.

Tour de France
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Conclusion

It doesn’t matter if your knowledge about this Tour is next to nothing because, despite that, you will be able to enjoy Tour de France: Unchained Season 2 to the fullest, which truly shows that this series is moving in the right direction. We would love to know in the comments what you thought about the latest season!

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