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Compassion is universal, and Notaro's three refined love stories bring out the best in everyone.
The delight and frustration of "One Mississippi" are one and the same, in that it runs swiftly and with meaning through a seasonal arc that launches and sticks its landing within six episodes.
It takes on quite a bit this time around, and it's to be commended for not just deepening its characters but also for also resolutely taking on the state of the nation -- at least as it exists in one small Southern town.
There's a different kind of assertion of power at work here. It's a tricky story about telling tricky stories, and about how you make art from the ones you've been told not to tell.
The second season of One Mississippi is an impressive balancing act.
There is a certain sentimental aura that, without being excessive, involves the series perfectly integrated with what it is: a song to life. [Full Review in Spanish]
The second season of deadpan comic Tig Notaro's semi-autobiographical comedy is scary in unexpected ways.
While almost every comedy on television has some romantic element or subplot to it, relationships are often used as a plot device or feel like an afterthought. That's a big reason why One Mississippi's second season is such a sweet and pure delight.
The grace of One Mississippi is that it takes on difficult topics of sexual harassment, racism and other divides in the country, including the presidential election, in a wry sideways manner that makes its point without being confrontational.
It feels like Notaro is back in the driver's seat, and her character's obsession with storytelling reflects that.
Its rhythm and mood doesn't always leave the biggest impression, but when it hits, it wallops.
Audience Reviews for One Mississippi: Season 2
Jun 11, 2020loving this show its a classic
Apr 07, 2020Amazing show, raising many taboo and unspoken topics in a fine cinematography.
Feb 27, 2018Best show I have seen in years. Bring on Season 3!!!
Dec 17, 2017The sophomore year for One Mississippi is just as strong as the initial one, and at times even eclipses it. Tig Notaro remains as singular a character as ever (admittedly to the point that the show's other characters can feel bland in comparison), and her show truly captures her unique world view. It's also certainly a different world than in had been in season 1 (prior to the election), and One Mississippi seems poised to confront issues such as bigotry and sexual harassment, and it always does this with tach and aplomb. Despite the dark material, the show still has a resonant feel-good vibe to it, and Tig and Kate's relationship make for one of the sweetest same-sex pairings you're likely to find on American TV. With the show's future being in a grey area due to Louis C.K.'s involvement as a producer, here's hoping that this isn't the last season for this distinct half-hour of subversive comedy.