American Vandal Season 2

Release Date, Episode List

American Vandal season 2 started airing on Friday, September 14, 2018. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to where we’ll have season recap and discussion.

List of Episodes

S2E1 The Brownout

S2E2 #2

S2E3 Leaving a Mark

S2E4 Sh*t Talk

S2E5 Wiped Clean

S2E6 All Backed Up

S2E7 Sh*t Storm

most recent episode S2E8 The Dump

How many episodes are in season 2 of American Vandal?

The season consists of 8 episodes.


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TV on DVD: 'American Vandal'; 'Rick and Morty' - - via Postbulletin

‘RICK AND MORTY: SEASONS 1-3.’ Emmy-winning “Adult Swim” smash wanders into existential questions while the title’s mad-scientist grandpa and panicky grandkid explore alternate realities involving their entire family. Discs restore censored language. Commentaries, featurettes, animatics retained from single-season sets. List prices: $60 DVD/$70 Blu-ray+digital for 31 episodes, Warner.

Hidden gems: The best Netflix originals you might have missed, from American Vandal to Money Heist - The Independent - via Independent

Crude, rude, and rife with surprise emissions and bodily functions, animated sitcom Big Mouth is also a sensitive, nuanced deep dive into the various horrors of teenagehood. When 12-year-old Andrew Glouberman (John Mulaney) is visited by the hormone monster (Nick Kroll, who voices many of the show’s best characters), he finds his life irreversibly – and seemingly disastrously – changed. Unlike many other puberty-centred comedies, Big Mouth makes as much time for its confused female protagonists as its male ones; Maya Rudolph is a delight as the female hormone monster, and look out for Kristen Wiig’s wonderful turn as a talking vagina.  

Why There's Hope for 'American Vandal' After Getting Canceled by Netflix - The Cheat Sheet - via Cheatsheet

Apparently, Netflix wants to limit the number of original shows from other studios, and CBS’s Vandal became a casualty. For fans who want to hear less about Netflix’s priorities and see more of this hilarious series, good news may very well be ahead in 2019.

Critics Reviews

    Season 2 still offers many laughs, despite the concept getting a little tired. American Vandal moves its attention to a new high school but created by the same filmmakers Peter and Sam; one day all the students start shitting their pants spontaneously, and because there are not enough toilets, it becomes <...> - by Ready Steady Cut - Season 2 [Dan Hart]

    From Kevin outward, this show has an unmistakable ability to identify what means most to a student body in time of crisis. “American Vandal” assembles another group of students that slide right into long-established archetypes, but are always afforded a few extra character shades that let the show build out <...> - by indieWire [Steve Greene]

    The characters who surround Poirot are sketched with as little nuance as the detective himself. Inspector Crome (Rupert Grint), for one, exists solely to eye Poirot with suspicion; the boyish Grint instills his character with a hint of adolescent insecurity that suggests a professional jealousy, but that isn’t <...> - by Slant Magazine - Season 2 [Michael Haigis]

    Roger Ebert has attended international film festivals and events for almost half a century, from the Kolkata International Film Festival to the Academy Awards. In addition to his coverage, our contributors report the latest from Cannes, Telluride, Toronto, Sundance and other movie showcases world-wide. The beauty of <...> - by Roger Ebert - Season 2 [Allison Shoemaker]

    But the real find is Anna Jacoby-Heron, who plays Penn’s daughter, painter (and addict) Denise. The 23-year-old shows remarkable potential in her utterly open and vulnerable performance, a work of impressive stillness where everything happens behind her eyes until the dam finally breaks at season’s end. The <...> - by Fellowship of the Screen - Season 2 [David McGinnis]


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