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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.
The energy, excitement, and ultimately the incredible humor the show has makes it a positively kinetic viewing experience.
In its relentless realism, it often offered brilliant and biting commentary...just as often, the show veered toward the flat and the unfunny, and Erlich and Richard, the two guys with the most screen time, seemed calculated to annoy viewers.
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]
The second season of Silicon Valley expanded the cast and gave the Pied Piper gang one hell of a rollercoaster ride.
"Sand Hill Shuffle" is a relatively uneventful episode but two very big events set the stage for the rest of the season.
Just as he did with Idiocracy, Judge is offering up a pretty dire look at the future, to which many of us seem almost blind. He's doing it through the lens of satire.
What works, bottom line, is the comic interplay between our wafer-thin, goggle-eyed hero, Thomas Middleditch's Richard, and his colleague-roomies.
Audience Reviews for Silicon Valley: Season 2
Oct 20, 2019Didnt think second season would hold up. I was wrong
Oct 16, 2018Silicon Valley manages to carry on with the same excellent momentum that made season 1 so great despite the loss of Christopher Evan Welch.
Aug 06, 2017Because no one ever died from second hand heroin
Jun 19, 2017Silicon Valley [Season 2], tells the story when the Pied Piper team find out about Peter Gregory's death, they start to doubt the viability of Raviga as an investor and start to pitch their business to other venture capitalists. However, Laurie Bream, Raviga's new manager, and Monica, Peter's former assistant, keep the company's promise and make a really good offer that Hendricks accepts. Bad news quickly follow: Hooli's Belson decides to sue Pied Piper for intellectual property theft, causing Raviga to drop the recently acquired team and the other venture capitalists to lose interest in them. When all hope seems lost, eccentric billionaire Russ Hanneman makes his entrance and offers to fund Hendrick's operations. The second season of the comedy series focuses on lawsuits, competition, business decisions and corporate espionage. Overall, the second season of Silicon Valley is even better than season one. It's an ambitious show that you cannot dislike. Silicon Valley feels fresh every episode you watch. The show rallies up its comedy from the first season, and adds on even better than the first season of Silicon Valley. Too, it's even better to see that the ensemble is even better in season two than season one, due to the characters opening up, and transitioning even more.
May 11, 2017Silicon Valley: Season 2 The Pied Pipers is back and they bring more than just a regular nerd comedy
Dec 18, 2016SO TREMENDOUSLY GOOD
May 16, 2016Loved everything about this series :)
Jan 16, 2016'Silicon Valley' continues to impress with its funny & awkward characters -- even though they might have lost some of the strong, always laughable moments. But the show still manages to present these diverse characters in a stunning way, even though they still might be a bit too stereotypical -- but the diversity, different gender-roles, non-stop entertainment of the plot & the (finally) great character development only adds more positivity to this almost flawless (immature) tv-show. Keep it coming, love it! Overall personal rating for each episode: 80.9/100. Personal rating: 80/100 Critical rating: 95/100
Oct 27, 2015This is not the real silicon valley. I live here and it isn't like this. I can't stand how they swear left and right. They don't do that in SV!!!! You don't need to add swearing to make a show good.
Sep 27, 2015The stellar second season lives up to the first in every way.