Dead to Me 2 is the perfect watch to drink this weekend (Photo: Netflix).
Grab a cozy blanket, a glass of wine and make yourself comfortable on the couch – Dead To Me will take care of you for the next five hours.
In the second season, Jen (Cristina Applegate) and Judy (Linda Cardellini) discuss the consequences of the manslaughter of Steve (James Marsden).
The couple, who help each other as usual, are forced to accept a completely new vision of death, because they have to find out how to get rid of the body and maintain the suburban ideal in which they live.
But if you have a 16-year-old girl who’s determined to rebel and a younger number who hangs out with a girl who knows the black just when she’s not in the rock choir… That’s easier said than done.
When Steve’s family is also looking for him, there is chaos and the police suddenly return to his door.
Basically, it’s not perfect, and women should be able to escape murder quickly in the literal sense of the word.
Steve’s death is difficult for both women (picture: Netflix).
Because of this, Jen and Judy are more dependent on each other than ever before, which in the course of time is both a blessing and a curse.
But frankly, the chemistry of Christina and Linda in this show is so much fun that we don’t want it to end – it’s a great duo that supports every whimsical and stupid thing they decide to do.
The second season is full of serious twists and turns, and it’s so much fun to drive the merry-go-round that each of the 10 episodes gives us something to push us to the next point, so we stay until 5 a.m. with this issue, but also another certainty that we tell ourselves if we can’t stop looking.
A couple becomes even more inseparable, but does it do them more harm than good? (Photo: Netflix)
The show has the feeling that desperate housewives meet the Big Little Lies, and that is the biggest compliment one can make.
We have several newcomers who make the world a much more interesting place – whether it’s a roommate with a gay man who happens to show up at the wrong time, or the daughter of a woman who moved into a nursing home, Judy.
It literally takes us away from the spoilers here, but we promise it’s worth it to go blind.
It has been a tough season, the series became so popular from the first outing, but it does a great job of raising the stakes.
The most important points:
- Natalie Morales is a great addition to the cast, and we fully support her return at all times.
- We want to start a drinking game where we drink when they drink, but we’ll probably die.
- The new characters in women’s lives are all pretty perfect.
- We’re, as it were, going to a Christian rock choir concert – the remix Signed, Sealed Delivered is inspired.
- Jen needs all the medals of the Mother of the Year to take care of her 16-year-old son.
Dead To Me 2 is a great weekend look and an incredible reminder of how we fell in love with the show in the first place.
It’s a camp, it’s exciting, it’s comforting and hilarious – and that’s exactly what we need if we don’t want to see something too melodramatic, but we want to dive into a world with really nice characters, for that matter.
The success of the original series didn’t come as a big surprise, but Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini put their money into the second season and became a doubles game that we didn’t know we needed.
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And be prepared to turn around – because we haven’t seen them, and they make it easy for us to go from one episode to the next.
The third season’s going better already. We brought wine.
Season 2 of Dead To Me is available on the Netflix website.
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