F is for Family Season 2
F is for Family season 2 started airing on Tuesday, May 30, 2017. 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
most recent episode S2E10 Landing the Plane
The season consists of 10 episodes.
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Previously on F is for Family: Christmas Eve turns chaotic as Frank's deal to avoid a strike hits a last-minute snag and Bill's first stint as an altar boy leads to trouble.
Her determination to make Frank see her as an equal gives the new episodes a stronger sense of self-awareness as well as a darker edge. Frank has had a tough go of things, but that’s no longer a good enough reason to behave the way he does. “F is for Family” isn’t a comedy making light of <...> - according to indieWire [Ben Travers]
Well, Alan is spot on with this review. It’s more or less Season 1 but sharper and spreader. I like it that the story arc involves more women issues aka Frank’s wife going out to work and seeing more of Sue’s boss at the Tupperware-like firm. It’s nice to see what the girls were up to in the 70s <...> - according to Uproxx [Alan Sepinwall]
There are plenty of studies that offer various reasons why Trump pulled off his Pennsylvania upset, but as someone who toured the Lehigh Valley asking ordinary voters about what motivated their decisions, I heard the same answer over and over again: "F Is for Family," an animated sitcom starring Bill Burr and <...> - according to Salon.com [Matthew Rozsa]
And while the show’s better character moments seem to stand out (partly because sometimes it feels they are few and far between), we would be remiss if we didn’t discuss the comedic elements of the show. As one would expect, and as we mentioned earlier, the comedy is very much in line with that of season 1. It can <...> - per ScreenRant [Daniel Johnson]
Donald Strohman is a Pennsylvania State University film graduate currently residing in Metro Atlanta, Georgia. Before being a part of The Young Folks team, he contributed to GameDeck, GameSkinny, and the satire website The Black Sheep. When he's not trying to fulfill his life long dream of becoming the "Hash <...> - according to The Young Folks [Donald Strohman]