Critic Consensus: Silicon Valley re-ups its comedy quotient with an episode that smooths out the rough edges left behind by the loss of a beloved cast member.
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The surprise of the show's second season, which has been stronger than its first, has increasingly been that in addition to being reliably funny, it somehow feels familiar as a workplace show, despite being so much a creature of its bro-intensive world.
There's comedy gold in the lack of people skills among the geeks who are unprepared for the kind of success the tech boom can generate.
The cast of Silicon Valley was great last season, but they're much more confident this season.
Silicon Valley does not run away from clichés, such as the inability to social relations or the difficulty of holding the gaze when the interlocutor of one of his male characters is a woman. [Full Review in Spanish]
Audience Reviews for Silicon Valley: Season 2
Yet, another successful entry, S02 managed to balance even better this time its story with humor. But the story is a bit the same as S01, however the last episode holds promise for a different future for the Pied Piper team. I understand some people won't enjoy much the vulgar humor but it's so well made and told with such confidence by the cast, it's hard not to fall in love with it.
Season two of silicon valley was a disappointment with inconsistent plot and transition of characters from season one. It may please die hard fans but other many find it stale.
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