A Black Lady Sketch Show: Season 2

A Black Lady Sketch Show: Season 2

A Black Lady Sketch Show: Season 2

A core cast of black women lead this Emmy-nominated sketch comedy show created by Robin Thede. Guest stars include Issa Rae (Insecure) and Amber Riley (Glee).

2021Rating: TV-MAUSA
Comedy

Streaming (1 Provider)

Episodes

EPISODE 2.1

But the Tilapias Are Fine Though, Right?

Dr. Haddassah breaks her silence; Salina visits a psychic.

EPISODE 2.2

So You Just Out Here Chloroforming Anybody?

On their trip to Fiji, a group of girlfriends face... More first-class confusion; Bryanni unleashes her trademark twerking skills.

EPISODE 2.3

Sister, May I Call You Oshun?

A gender reveal party loses its focus; Portia takes issue... More with her takeout.

EPISODE 2.4

My Booty Look Juicy, Don't It?

Tiffany confronts insomnia; friends stage an intervention.

EPISODE 2.5

If I'm paying these Chili's prices, you cannot taste my steak!

A freshman navigates her first cafeteria lunch; a motivational speaker... More rouses a crowd; a woman tries a promising new hair salon.

EPISODE 2.6

Way to Ruin the Party, Soya!

A woman on a date faces tough questions; friends split... More the check; a couple braves a family reunion.

A Black Lady Sketch Show: Season 2 | Awards

Award Winner
Outstanding Picture Editing for Variety Programming, Emmys 2021

A Black Lady Sketch Show: Season 2 | Reviews

100%8 reviews

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Paste

Paste

Often sketches will end in surprising ways which cast an entirely new light over the situation which has just unfolded or reinforce particularities in intriguing ways.

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A.V. Club

A.V. Club

The show's strengths are on display in its second season: crack timing, excellent cast chemistry, surprises both whimsical and profound...

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Collider

Collider

The series continues to expand on its stable of recurring characters and wild scenarios from angles that push beyond what other sketch shows might take on.

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IndieWire

IndieWire

Not every sketch lands perfectly - and nothing comes close to "The Basic Ball" from Season 1 - but the good far outweigh the bad.

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