Black comedy is alive and thriving these days. And more and more comedians are using comedy not just to make one laugh, but also ponder, question and surprise you. Comedy has been showing much variety and has been subservient and extremely progressive in these days. Dead To Me is one such show. The show tells the story of friendship between two women who bond during therapy group for people who lost their partners.
The Netflix original was created by Liz Feldman and has some amazing comedic names behind and in front of the camera. The show is executive produced by Feldman, Will Ferrell, Adam McKay, and Jessica Elbaum. The first season of the show opened to huge success. The critics enjoyed it and so did the fans.
The way the show talks about death and grief and how we deal with both really resonated with so many people and the show was one of the most talked about comedy of the year. The acting performance of the cast was also very well received and the Christina Applegate received a nomination for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series at the 71st Primetime Emmy Awards. Netflix has thus, without question decided to renew the show for a second season. For more details on the upcoming seasons, read on.
When did Will Season Two drop?
While the first season was much beloved and talked about and even though the ending of the last season left us all shocked, Netflix is yet to confirm the exact date on which the show would release. But there is a major chance that the new season could drop sometime this year, probably late spring. But as it has already been mentioned, Netflix has not officially announced a date, so this is all a speculation at this point.
As we know, the show relies on the friendship of Judy and Jen, so we can be sure that both Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini will be back. Also coming back would regulars Max Jenkins as Christopher, Jen’s real estate business partner, Luke Roessler as Jen’s youngest son Henry, Sam McCarthy as Charlie, Jen’s teenage son, Ed Asner as Abe, a resident at the assisted living facility where Judy works, and cop Nick (Brandon Scott).The face that would not be making a come back is James Marsden’s Steve as he was found floating in the swimming pool dead.