The new season retains all the sources of frequently nasty comedy that fans have enjoyed in the first two seasons. In the season opener, Julie faces a family Passover Seder armed only with a meditation app. Meanwhile, Billy gets a gig as a warm-up comic and Arthur heads to Florida for work.
Season 2 will see Billy (Billy Eichner) try to find a boyfriend while Julie (Julie Klausner) does everything in her power to avoid deepening her relationship with Arthur (James Urbaniak).
Life is really tough for Julie and Billy, two 30-something aspiring comics living and working in New York City. While their friends and acquaintances move on to find success and love, they ...
Season 2 opens in the 1970s, when a serial rapist is on the loose in northern California. As his reign of terror over the community wanes, police discover he isn't just a serial rapist, he's a serial murderer and he's been killing people all over California.
In this season, uncertain times lie ahead at Kurupt FM, as commander-in-chief Grindah hits rock bottom after his break up with Miche and the boys start going down different paths.
Ozzie tries to get the group back together in the Season 2 opener. Meanwhile, a disgraced FBI agent arrives to investigate white-collar crook Jonathan Walsh; a merger takes place on the ship; and Don and Kelly go to visit his "dying mother" in Iceland.
The Kurupt FM boys start making moves in the music industry, taking on Chabuddy G as their Manager. Meanwhile Michelle continues to push the wedding plans and Beats and Roche plan for the birth of their first child together.
With Michelle working in a beauty salon Grindah must look after Angel and takes her to the studio but she gets bored so they repair to the park, leaving Beats and Steves in charge - a very bad idea since they inadvertently lose all the power
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At a predominantly white Ivy League college, a diverse group of students navigate various forms of racial and other types of discrimination. This smart and necessary Netflix series is full of incisive asides, witty quips and painfully funny observations.
Welcome to one of America's last frontiers: the wild swamplands of Southern Louisiana, a place whose history stretches back to the 17th century. It's the start of the most exciting-and ... See full summary »