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The Last Man on Earth: Season 2 (2015 - 2016)
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Surprisingly, there's a lot of creative mileage to be had from poking at the genre without totally upending it.
Forte - either by design all along or in reaction to Season 1 responses - consciously injects what was missing from Season 1 into the first two episodes of Season 2, but he does so without upsetting an alluring, already-established tone and world.
No matter how grim the circumstances, people find a way to get through -- and these last people on earth (and in space) are about to once again prove that week after week with,... humor and heart.
The show is often so clever that it should satisfy those who require only a morsel of heart (or none at all) in their entertainment.
It's become warmer and more inviting without losing what made it special.
"Is There Anybody Out There?" very wisely returns to [its previous] mode, but with the added bonus of Phil having essentially turned Carol around to his ridiculous old way of living.
Trimming the fat of the secondary cast and nonsensical humor is all this show needed.
The show's original concept and the comedic sensibility of Forte, its series creator and star, give us confidence that the series will retain the funny, no matter which direction it ends up going.
I can see this being a big turn off for a mainstream audience, but I love just how far they're going here with pushing the boundaries of a what you'd see in a half hour network sitcom.
The Last Man on Earth Season 2 Episode 1 was a very successful season opener that leaned on the series' undisputed strength - the amazing chemistry between Will Forte and Kristen Schaal.
As long as The Last Man on Earth keeps this level of storytelling up for the rest of the season, I will have no complaints.
Audience Reviews for The Last Man on Earth: Season 2
May 19, 2018that mike plot twist was sooo. good
Aug 08, 2017An often improved sophomore year for the series (give-or-take some stretches in the middle), that succeeds at being as surprising as it is hilarious. Instead of falling into the pitfall of continuing to have Will Forte's slacker protagonist be unlikable, his character gets a believable re-haul this year and miraculously comes off as sympathetic. In fact, it may even further shock viewers to find that the rest of the characters do some rather amoral things to each other this season, but it causes for more dynamic storylines. Hell, the show even makes great use of being on network TV by finding ways to subvert the ridiculous FCC limitations (apparently there can be now thrusting during sex scenes) by always finding a way to make it part of the series awkward/wacky sense of humor. One of TV's sharpest and most imaginative comedies, and for my money it's a better time in the post-apocalypse than The Walking Dead could ever hope to be.
Jun 30, 2017Einfach großartige Comedy!
Apr 10, 2017I really want to like this show. Will Forte is hilarious. I can feel his humor throughout the show, but it really only works for him. When he, and the writers, choose to ascribe hypocritical or egotistical desires to other characters, it actually infuriates me.
Jan 22, 2017Interests declined as the season progressed bt captured my attention again as the season came to a end
Nov 25, 2016Another amazing season by last man on earth!
Nov 14, 2016Absolutely The Worst Show On Sunday Nights! Horrible writing!
Jul 18, 2016I don't know why the hell am I still watching this show :/
May 29, 2016Feels like the show is losing it touch in just its second season.
May 24, 2016Good, consistant plot throughout. Kind of annoying though.