The Good Place - Season 2 First Look (Sneak Peek)
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From the outrageous mind of Michael Schur, executive producer of Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Parks And Recreation, comes the side-splitting second season of the award-winning comedy starring Kristen Bell (Veronica Mars) and Ted Danson (Cheers). After Michael¡¯s disastrous attempt to torture Eleanor, Chidi, Tahani and Jason for eternity goes belly-up, Eleanor and the gang are rebooted and Michael has revised his plan to keep his torture subjects separate. Only now, Michael¡¯s soul is on the line, as his boss, Shawn, won¡¯t allow another attempt!
The Good Place is one of the best shows on tv and a personal favorite of mine. As good as season 1 was, season 2 was even better. Can’t wait to get it on DVD. It’s so funny, creative and well acted. Like any great show, you develop an attachment to the characters, which heightens the stakes even more.
I can’t wait until season 3 and beyond.
To be fair… Kristen Bell could probably win me over by just telling me about her day, so I’m probably not impartial.
Season one was amazing, and season two has some very promising potential.
People complaining about the repetition in episode one have a valid point and I too was left wondering what’s going on with their methodology.
It’s jarring to have to same few minutes recapped after just watching them, it screams of fifth grader padding out his history report with filler.
I have faith in the writers and talent enough to believe the season will be every bit as good as the first.
There were some amazing discomfort scenes in this episode so I’m not suggesting the first episode was sub par, just that it left me wanting more…just maybe no more hand holding.
One of the weirdest and most creative efforts to be found on the airwaves, and maybe just a tad unhinged. I always think they’ve painted themselves into a corner, but they spring maniacally back like some lunatic jack-in-the-box. The actors are extremely talented and likeable and give the surreal premise a veneer of plausibility. There are many laugh out loud moments as they navigate bizarre plot contortions, along with a primary color backdrop to each set that has a queasy, evil-clown quality. I can’t think of a direct precedent for the show. It’s a little like Bewitched meets the Twilight Zone.
I could rant about why this show is awesome all day long, but I won’t. Just watch it. It’ll make you happy. I promise.
I did kinda worry about how the writers were going to follow up with that season 1 ending. The first couple episodes of season 2 made me think they were lost (while still being funny), but I was very wrong. They nailed it. They’re geniuses.
Did I mention it’s amazing?
This show is hilarious, but smart and subversive too. If you have ever suffered through Philosophy 101 you will love the idea of the professor’s hypothethicals being brought to terrifying life (and him having to suffer through them). Ted Danson stands out, and is given really good material to work with. Veronica Mars — I mean Kristen Bell — is always amazing. Janet has to be my favorite thing about the show though — the actress, the character, the idea of a “Janet” in general. It’s sneakily smart — below the slapstick lurks some serious existentialism. What is “good”, what is “evil”, what is a “soul”. what does it mean to be a “person” or “alive”? If you don’t want to wrestle with those ideas, you can just enjoy the silliness (fro-yo=the perfect hell food, the portrait on the wall of the stoner who guessed what the afterlife would be and got it 99% correct, giant shrimp attack, etc. etc.)
Actors: Kristen Bell, Ted Danson
Format: Color, Dolby, Widescreen, PAL
Region: Region 4 for Australia
Number of discs: 2
Rated: Not Rated
Studio: Shout! Factory
DVD Release in: 2018
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