Season 2 of The Catch premiered March 9, 2017 and concluded on May 11, 2017 as part of ABC's TGIT lineup. It is the final season of the show.
- Mireille Enos as Alice Vaughan (10/10)
- Peter Krause as Benjamin Jones (10/10)
- Jay Hayden as Danny Yoon (10/10)
- Rose Rollins as Valerie Anderson (10/10)
- Sonya Walger as Margot Bishop (10/10)
- Elvy Yost as Sophie Novak (9/10)
- John Simm as Rhys Griffiths (10/10)
Recurring Guest StarsEdit
- T.R. Knight as Thomas Vaughan (5/10)
- Lesley Nicol as Sybil Griffiths (3/10)
- Jake Green as Seth Hamilton (1/10)
- Gina Torres as Agent Justine Diaz (9/10)
- Jacky Ido as Jules Dao (1/10)
- Ismael Cruz Cordova as The Hammer (3/10)
- Kevin Carroll as Nicholas Turner (4/10)
- Langley Kirkwood as Theo Tasker (2/10)
- Cynthy Wu as Yumi (2/10)
- Abraham Lim as Jesse Takashi (2/10)
- Warren Christie as Ethan Ward (5/10)
- Philippa Coulthard as Tessa Riley (6/10)
- Nolan Gerard Funk as Troy (3/10)
- Shivani Ghai as Felicity (3/10)
- Ness Bautista as Edgar Diaz (2/10)
- Nick Hounslow as Jamison (1/10)
- Marc Crumpton as Felix McCall (2/10)
- Julian Graham as Alfie (2/10)
- Jamie Tompkins as Tammi Ingram (1/10)
- Nicole Pettis as Robin (2/10)
- Jay Jackson as News Anchor (1/10)
Notes and TriviaEdit
- ABC officially renewed the show on May 12, 2016.
- According to Mireille Enos, season 2 will be all about finding out about the characters' backstory.
- The table read for the premiere took place on August 22, 2016.
- Shooting started on August 29, 2016.
- On January 4, 2017, it was announced that John Simm had been promoted to series regular.
- According to Allan Heinberg, the show will embrace comedy in its second season and cut back on the procedural theme, meaning there will be less featured cases except for the ones that hit close to home for the team.
- According to Jessica Kender's Twitter page, production wrapped on January 23, 2017.
- Production moved to a new sound stage for this season.
- On May 11, 2017, it was announced that the show had been cancelled and season two would be its last. On the cancellation, Channing Dungey, President of the ABC Entertainment Group, explained that the second season's reboot "came too late to get the audience to engage in a meaningful enough way" to bring the show back for a third season.