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In an entertainment landscape that rarely grants women characters the range to be challenging, Fleabag's commitment to exploring the sisters' anxieties about (and slow progress toward) one another is a breath of fresh air.
Fleabag Season 2, which I cannot recommend highly enough, is thrillingly deep, funny, and buoyant.
The first season was always meant to stand alone. That the second... is so successfully additive and so satisfyingly final in its conclusion, feels like a minor miracle.
A portrait of grief, fear, and love that's startling, painful, achingly funny, unbearably sexy, pretty much perfect, and somehow better than the first season. It is a marvel. It should not exist.
Season 2 is a towering accomplishment, proving what many have suspected since her debut: Waller-Bridge is operating on a higher plane, and she's kind enough to take the audience along with her.
It's a perfect culmination to the character's journey, and a powerful comment on the way likability is currently framed as both the most essential and the least attainable trait a woman can have.
That's the hat trick of Fleabag - it makes the audience champion a character they might not agree with, stand with, or completely understand.
[Fleabag] deems the eternal debate about "good feminism" vs "bad feminism" as just another self-defeating litmus test against which women gauge their imperfections - which inevitably instills fears of falling short of the "ideal feminist's" expectations.
In a sea of television content, was never a big fish, but in two short seasons, the tragi-com proved to be one of the medium's absolute best.
In a television landscape drowning with new shows, Fleabag holds its own and stands proudly as a shining example that you can still surprise people.
All the show's vulgar charm - and there is plenty of that, and at its best you're fully conspiring with it - somehow runs down before its time.
Audience Reviews for Fleabag: Season 2
Mar 23, 2021When it comes to series, I am not much into comedy. The last I watched something nearly as close to Fleabag was I may destroy you and right away understood why comedy-drama is a genre can't be ignored. Well, I've just finished Fleabag Season 2. It wasn't a full-on binge for me. I took time watching 2 episodes at most at a time. But just couldn't help not watching the final 4 episodes at one go! This is such a beautiful and profound show about oneself, relationship, family and coming-of-age insecurities we all confront in our day to day lives. Even though on paper, you can say it's about a sex addict woman trying to cope up with all her boldness and personality issues to avoid ending up alone, you can't help but feel apathetic and appreciative of the honesty of all. Phoebe Waller-Bridge My God, we have been getting to know a lot of genius women in the entertainment business in last couple of decades, but isn't she just The Best of all? I haven't caught up with Killing Eve, but I heard she is also writing No time to die? I mean WTF!! I feel like binging myself into everything that's out there on this woman on the internet. Watched the 73 questions episode of Vogue on her, that's all.
Mar 04, 2021An ABSOLUTE MASTERPIECE! The acting is insane and I will never stop to iterate that Phoebe Waller-Bridge is a GENIUS!!!
Mar 03, 2021Simply one of the best series - Phoebe Waller-Bridge is a genius!
Feb 26, 2021Great fun yet so sad and heartbreaking and real! The writing and cast are on point.
Jan 15, 2021RATING: A+ Creator: Phoebe Waller-Bridge Director: Harry Bradbeer First of all I have to say after you have seen the first Season of Fleabag you probably will be thinking the same that I did: There just is no way that the second one is as good as the first one, well they somehow made that exact thing. Season 2 of Fleabag keeps the brilliance of the first one. The Characters are fantastically written, the Performances are great, the Writing in general as well as the Direction and the jokes are as vicious as in the first instalment. And Andrew Scott is a perfect inclusion to the cast, as the Priest. And without giving away too much in the fourth episode or so they have 10 Minutes of absolute brilliance ( even more than usual ) were they break all the rules we know about fourth wall breaking. And I really hope they don't make a third one ( even though I'd watch it for sure ) but unfortunately there isn't any possibility in which this could get better.
Dec 27, 2020Never disappoint. Brilliant writing and screenplay.
Oct 07, 2020I am glad the writer decided to not continue on with another season. This entire season was a satisfying culmination to the show, I was very pleased with the ending where the characters stayed true to themselves, essentially. It felt like everyone had reached their organic "end", there were barely any stones unturned and I found it refreshing. I would recommend that to anyone who was not squeamish about sexual content on TV.
Sep 25, 2020I like the show's dramatic side more than the comedic. Phoebe Waller-Bridge take a bow!
Sep 24, 2020"Fleabag" seems to only strengthen with its second season. Raw, yet so charming and beautiful at times, Fleabag continues to tug on my heartstrings as she navigates through her life. Full of jokes, love, and sex, this season will leave you tired (in a good way). Our star still full of grief finds new ways to deal with her problems in this follow up season. Great performances from the cast, brilliant writing, and awesome fourth wall-breaks all deserve an A+.
Sep 17, 2020Two seasons down but my astonishment is way up. What is everyone seeing that I'm not? It's mildly funny, it is very well done, writing can be overly cheeky, the constant fourth wall stares, grimaces, eye rolls, just about anything someone can do with a face PWB does it. If I think hard, the only reason people love this so much, is she represents all that is missing from their boring lives. Crazy sex, in the butt bob(old Newlywed Game joke), telling people what you really think of them, but with a cheeky smile etc. etc .etc. Watched two episodes of 30 Rock right after so much better written, and they were doing 20 episodes not six. Oh well, at least I only had to spend 6 hours instead of 10-12.