While Season 2 of the Amazon series premiered to a 97% "fresh" rating on Rotten Tomatoes, users on Amazon Prime Video have rated the season 2.7 out of 5 stars. "While those numbers clearly don’t seem compatible, if you look at the actual reviews being left on the show’s home platform, you’ll see the reason behind the discrepancy has less to do with Season 2’s quality and more to do with the quantity of episodes that viewers have been given to start with," says The Wrap's Jennifer Maas. As a one-star reviewer wrote, “This is 2020…. we don’t want staggered releases of episodes !! what a shame, I was looking forward in watching it.. now I’ll just skip it and wait for it to be cancelled, then I can watch them all without any interruptions." Showrunner Eric Kripke responded to the weekly release controversy, telling The Wrap: “I get that people are disappointed and, frankly, looking back, we thought that we were communicating that we were weekly. Clearly, in hindsight, we had to do a lot more than we did to make sure that people weren’t surprised and disappointed. I would have done that differently. I mean, again, we announced it. But we should have neon-signed it on everything, clearly."