Duncanville: Season 2

Duncanville: Season 2

Duncanville: Season 2

Amy Poehler teams up with Simpsons veterans Mike Scully and Julie Thacker-Scully for this animated comedy centred on incredibly average teenager Duncan (voiced by Poehler) and his dysfunctional family.

2021Rating: TV-14USAFOX Entertainment
AnimatedComedy

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EPISODE 2.1
1 June 2021

Das Banana Boot

Duncan avoids summer school for the first time, and the family goes on vacation. On their getaway, Annie and Jack are haunted by another vacation couple, while Duncan agonizes over Mia's Instagram, and Kimberly gets... MORE a glow-up.

EPISODE 2.2
1 June 2021

Duncan's New Word

Duncan says the one thing no kid should ever say to their dad, which shifts their power dynamic and forces Jack to confront his own father. Meanwhile, Kimberly and Jing have a window to do... MORE whatever they want, as Annie and Jack deal with Duncan's issue.

EPISODE 2.3
1 June 2021

Who's Vroomin' Who?

Duncan starts racing stock cars to get away from his mom, but it turns out they make a great racing team. Jing demands a room renovation, so she can secretly spend more time with Kimberly,... MORE while Jack struggles with the project.

EPISODE 2.4
8 June 2021

Sibling Revelry

Duncan and Kimberly are sent away to therapy camp, so Annie and Jack can get them to stop fighting with each other. With the older kids away, Annie and Jack are left with Jing, who... MORE is overwhelmed by all the attention she gets.

EPISODE 2.5
15 June 2021

Party Like a Rocket Star

Jack and Annie hijack a middle school party thrown by the cool kids, to which Kimberly wasn’t invited. They then devise a plan to get the kids to their house, so Kimberly can “up” her... MORE popularity game, but things get out of hand. Meanwhile, Duncan and his friends work on creating a viral video, so they can become the next internet sensations.

EPISODE 2.6
22 June 2021

Annie Oakie

Annie battles the city mayor for the town's prestigious Oakie Award, when she refuses to remove the parking boot from the Mayor's SUV. The rest of the family grapples with the fallout from Annie's struggle,... MORE when the Mayor retaliates.

EPISODE 2.7
29 June 2021

That Jing You Do

Jing and Jack start a child birthday band together and Annie takes on managing them. Meanwhile, Duncan and his friends try to raise money to buy a massage couch they tried out at the mall,... MORE by charging scooters.

EPISODE 2.8
13 July 2021

Crimes and Misters Demean Her

Jack coaches Jing's little league soccer team, but when he feels he's too easy on the kids he calls on Duncan to yell at the team to get them to win. Meanwhile, Annie takes Kimberly... MORE to work with her after she has a falling out with her friends.

EPISODE 2.9
20 July 2021

Stan in the Place Where You Live

Duncan skips the PSATs to hang out with his grifter Uncle Stan, to the disappointment of Annie and Jack. Meanwhile, Jack, Kimberly and Jing clean the creepy attic to stay on Annie's good side.

EPISODE 2.10
17 August 2021

Off to the Braces

Kimberly gets her braces off and finds new popularity. Jack accidentally has his ponytail cut and embraces his new persona of authority.

EPISODE 2.11
24 August 2021

Jurannie Park

Annie is suspended from her job and bonds with a group of birds that ends up invading their home. Kimberly tries to call a boy and Duncan wants to jump to a high branch.

EPISODE 2.12
31 August 2021

Witch Day 2

At the annual Witch Day Festival, Kimberly mixes up a magic witch potion that actually works, causing Jing to become possessed. Duncan and his friends enter a haunted Circuit City and Jack tries again to... MORE finally win Annie a stuffed animal at the milk bottle toss.

Duncanville: Season 2 / Reviews

Decider

Decider

Season 1 review: Maybe the fact that it's not trying too hard is what makes it so funny.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

Season 1 review: Charming, unthreatening: but absolutely no edge. Try it.

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Stuff

Stuff

Season 1 review: There's a lot of heart and truth underneath some of the more lewd and crude jokes.

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A.V. Club

A.V. Club

Season 1 review: Though Duncanville is missing a compelling central character, it does have a lot of heart.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

Season 1 review: Another family-friendly comedy that seems about as connected to today's youth as its Groupon jokes seem relevant to 2020.

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Variety

Variety

Season 1 review: A show with solid voice acting that has a decent handle on its setting and characters...

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The Times

The Times

Season 1 review: Probably better than Marge and Homer's recent outings...

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IndieWire

IndieWire

Season 1 review: So take the trip to "Duncanville" if you're so inclined, just know the town is still growing - hopefully, for the better.

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