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While Aggretsuko season 2 is always fun in the moment, it's considerably less pointed than the first season, which ultimately makes it less satisfying.
In season two, Aggretsuko has grown up, meaning there are more specific songs and more targeted rage, which is different from her scream-singing her stress away like she did last time.
The second season is streaming now, and it's as hilarious and painfully relatable as ever.
Just like its protagonist, the show's sophomore season grows up a little by not casting all its fury in black and white terms.
This season of Aggretsuko is still worth watching for the same reasons as the first one: relatable humour, pleasant to watch in its simplicity, and the definition of a bingeworthy show.
Without making characters shrill stereotypes or comic clowns, the witty exploration of this relationship builds a foundation for the season to place its sillier moments on.
The exhaustion we see in Retsuko, the dejection, and reality of our millennial lives that is showcased in season one continues in season two, but instead of being a subject to it, she gets through it and grows and finally takes control.
Audience Reviews for Aggretsuko: Season 2
Feb 17, 2021Despite this season not feeling as relatable as the first since not everyone gets the chance to date a billionaire boyfriend, it's definetly a step up as we the audience continue to see Retsuko face different challenges in her life (that are also somewhat relatable in their own sense): her mother, her relationships, her driver's license, her new co-worker in her workplace and Tadano. There is a lot happening in every episode and I do not think that any of them is there to serve the purpose of just "filler". Each one focuses on the characters in a sense and keeps developing them. I loved how Kabae was in the spotlight this time around because I loved her attitude in the past season and wanted to see more of her. Knowing that she's a hard-working mom that does everything that she can for her children is very heartwarming, and I empathize with her so much. I loved what the directors did to develop the personalities of side characters even more, and managed to balance it all together into another great season. Keep it up! I love this show!