Flatbush Misdemeanors is finally back for its sophomore season. If you’ve somehow not seen the Showtime series that The New York Times (opens in new tab) simply calls "really funny," then allow us to say that you’re missing out.
The raw and relatable comedy follows the adventures of best friends Dan (Dan Perlman) and Kevin (Kevin Iso) as they awkwardly try to navigate life and the various personalities in the Flatbush neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York. Given the personalities in the series, which are definitely of the special variety, Dan and Kevin have no choice but to navigate them awkwardly.
At the conclusion of season 1, there were incidents that left viewers uncertain about what would happen when the series returned. There was a shooting of an Administration of Child Services employee that needed to be solved and a pill overdose to name a few things. While we are fully aware that these are serious events in real-life, in the context of the show, they will in no doubt continue to be uniquely spun to keep the series in the confines of a comedy.
Here’s everything you need to know about Flatbush Misdemeanors season 2.
When is the next Flatbush Misdemeanors season 2 episode?
Flatbush Misdemeanors season 2 is certainly off to an interesting, yet comical start. The next new episode debuts on Sunday, July 3, at 11 pm ET/PT. Titled "And to Think I Saw It on Snyder Avenue," here is the episode synopsis:
"Drew gets frustrated as Zayna continues to flex her independence. Kevin returns to Flatbush to start his art fellowship. Dan gets acquainted with his NA group, then has a run-in with Drew that leads to unexpected consequences."
Check out a sneak peek of the next new episode.
By the way, if you haven't started watching the series yet, here's some great news. Showtime is currently streaming the pilot episode for free on YouTube (opens in new tab).
Flatbush Misdemeanors season 2 plot
Showtime describes the season 2 plot by stating the following:
"In season 2 of Flatbush Misdemeanors, Dan, Kevin, Zayna and Drew are back in Flatbush. Picking up where season 1 left off, Kevin tries to distance himself from Drew's influence, yet Dan's connection to Drew only grows stronger. Drew tries to correct his past mistakes, but they continue to haunt him. Drew’s niece Zayna ambitiously seeks to separate herself from her family's troubled past. Meanwhile, Dan’s stepdad Kareem continues to sell bicycles. Season 2 follows these characters’ unlikely and complicated relationships as they intersect through the worlds of art, drugs and bike repair."
Additionally, fans really want to know how Drew is going to get away with what he did to that New York City employee.
Flatbush Misdemeanors season 2 cast
Serving as the creators, writers and stars of the show are Kevin Iso and Dan Perlman. While Iso’s resume may not have many instantly recognizable credits on it, he did play Lewis in High Fidelity and wrote on a number of episodes for That Damn Michael Che. Perlman also doesn’t have a lot of notable works attached to his name outside of Flatbush Misdemeanors, but perhaps he’s also most known for his writing on the short Cramming.
Joining these two on the cast are Kristin Dodson (The Shivering Truth), Hassan Johnson (For Life) and Kareem Green (Equal Standard).
Flatbush Misdemeanors season 2 trailer
Watching the trailer, we can’t decide what was funnier, the comment about looking like a "task rabbit" or the bit about the club and flickering lights.
How to watch Flatbush Misdemeanors season 2
Flatbush Misdemeanors is a Showtime original series and airs directly on the platform in the US. Those interested in watching the show must have a subscription via their cable/satellite provider. However, if you’ve cut cords with traditional TV watching, live streaming platforms such as FuboTV, Hulu with Live TV and YouTube TV offer Showtime add-on subscriptions for an additional fee. You can also purchase a standalone subscription to Showtime by visiting the company’s website.
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Terrell Smith has a diverse writing background having penned material for a wide array of clients including the federal government and Bravo television personalities. When he’s not writing as Terrell, he’s writing under his pseudonym Tavion Scott, creating scripts for his audio drama podcasts. Terrell is a huge fan of great storytelling when it comes to television and film. Some of his favorite shows include The Crown, WandaVision, Abbot Elementary and Godfather of Harlem. And a fun fact is he's completely dialed into the TLC 90 Day Fiancé universe.
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