Betty: Season 2

Betty: Season 2

Betty: Season 2

With an eye on a diverse group of young women in the male-dominated New York skateboarding scene, filmmaker Crystal Moselle expands her 2018 Sundance hit Skate Kitchen into an HBO show.

2021Rating: TV-MAUSAHBO

Streaming (1 Provider)

14 June 2021


Kirt’s (probably) on a quest. Indigo’s grocery gig isn’t cutting it. Honeybear and Ash are all in. Camille’s got flow. Winterbowl’s a bust, and Janay’s not here for the new guy.

21 June 2021

Blue is the Warmest Threesome

While Janay leads the search for a new winter skate spot, Kirt holds court, Indigo plays the game, and Camille has sponsorship struggles. We see you, Honeybear!


Sugar We're Going Down, Swinging

Expected arrival: 28 June 2021 

Kirt gains some notoriety. In exchange for a favor, Indigo helps Camille take photos. Honeybear expands her horizons. A neighbor pops into the new skate spot, while Janay struggles to keep the boys in check. You got her back, Sylvester?


Sweet Tooth

Expected arrival: 5 July 2021 

Kirt enlists Shelby on a mission. Honeybear and Camille have second thoughts. Indigo looks to make a buck by any means. Janay and Sylvester are kind of a thing?


Good Luck With That

Expected arrival: 12 July 2021 

Everyone’s in their feelings at the squat Halloween party. Camille tries to make amends, Honeybear acts out, Janay’s tired of taking it slow, and Indigo’s not having any of it. Come on now, Kirt – practice what you preach!


The Let Out

Expected arrival: 19 July 2021 

Confessions. Breakthroughs. New beginnings. The party’s over, and it’s time to come home.

Betty: Season 2 / Reviews

Film School Rejects

Film School Rejects

Though it maintains this unique energy, the second season has more narrative shape to it than the first.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

Betty is best when it gives viewers the near-documentary sense that they're just embedded with these young women.

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A.V. Club

A.V. Club

Betty manages to deliver the same slice-of-life charm of season one, even while set against the sobering reality of a global pandemic and the feverish June protests.

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