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 episode.guide 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' - PostBulletin.com - 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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