Empire is without a doubt, one of the most popular shows on television today. The American television series which debuted on the 7th of January, 2015 focuses on the Lyon Family, a New York-based family of music moguls and their struggle for the control of their fictional music and entertainment company. The show was created by Danny Strong and Lee Daniels.
The series was an instant hit, particularly thanks to Machiavellian plot and well-developed characters. Characters like Cookie Lyon and Jamal Lyon immediately gained themselves some loyal fans not long after their debut. Taraji P. Henson, in particular, was singled out and appreciated for her portrayal of Cookie Lyon, the family’s matriarch who gets released from prison after being locked up for seventeen years. Watching her try to reacclimate with her family while trying to get what she believes is hers when it comes to the company deeply impressed fans and before long, the character was the break out star of the series.
The show’s plot begins when the family’s patriarch, Lucious Lyon, is diagnosed with ALS. Knowing he doesn’t have long to live, he decides to pit his sons against each other for the right to control the company after his death.
The series premiere pulled in 10 million viewers and by the first season finale, 17 million viewers were tuned in. Considering the show was an instant success, it was immediately renewed for a second season and it has continued to impress since then.
Here’s How To Watch Empire Season 2 and 3 Online
If haven’t been able to follow this show since its premiere, or maybe you simply haven’t heard it – the good news is that you can now easily catch up on it. All episodes of the show are available online, including every episode of season 2 and season 3.
There are multiple sites available for watching your favourite shows online or download them for free. Some of which include ToxicWap, PopcornFlix, SideReel, CouchTuner, and FZTVseries. Once you visit these sites, finding and watching your favourite shows, including Empire, is as easy as it can be. For this reason, you can easily catch up on episodes of Empire you have missed.
The shows are usually divided by the first letters of their title, so, to find Empire, you’d have to look for the category – ‘E’, when you select it, you go through the list of shows till you find what you’re looking for. Each show is sorted into seasons to make it easier to find. That makes it easy for you to find the season 1, season 2, season 3, and season 4 without delay. Once you click on the season you want, you click on the episode you’d like to see.
At this point, you just choose if you would rather watch the show online or download it and just like that, you’re all caught up on Empire.
Facts About Empire
1. The show has an impressive main cast which is made up of Taraji P. Henson, Gabourey Sidibe, Terrence Howard, Jussie Smollett, Trai Byers, Bryshere Y. Gray, Grace Gealey and Serayah. Besides the writing, it’s Empire’s cast that makes it so such a delight to watch.
2. Speaking of cast members, the show has also had very impressive guest stars during its run including Demi Moore, Courtney Love, Naomi Campbell, Adam Rodriquez, Phylicia Rashad, Rafael de la Fuente, Judd Nelson, Kelly Rowland, Forest Whitaker, Mary J. Blige, Alicia Keys and Ludacris. To be honest, this list can go on forever, it’s that impressive.
3. It is currently one of the most successful musical television shows of all time which should come as no surprise since it features songs like You’re So Beautiful, Daddy’s Little Girl, No Apologies, and Nothing To Lose.
4. Empire takes credit for putting FOX Network back on the map seeing as it had not had a successful show of this magnitude in recent years. Empire’s premiere episode became the highest rated debut in three years.
5. The show is a critics’ darling and a fan favourite. It currently holds an 80% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. The show’s success was inevitable considering the star power of its cast, the men behind the show and effort that was put into the show to make sure everything worked out perfectly, including hiring Timothy “Timbaland” Mosley, as the show’s executive music producer.