Hacks: Season 2

Hacks: Season 2

Poster for Hacks: Season 2

Jean Smart returns to her Emmy-winning role as a legendary snarky comedian locked in a contentious, but potentially profitable, working relationship with a disgruntled 25-year-old writer.

2022Rating: TV-MAUSAUniversal Television, 3 Arts Entertainment, First Thought Productions, Paulilu Productions, Fremulon
Comedy

Streaming (1 Provider)

Episodes

EPISODE 2.1

There Will Be Blood

Deborah eagerly anticipates trying out her new material on the... More road, while Ava dreads the fallout of an explosive email.

EPISODE 2.2

Quid Pro Quo

Deborah embraces tour life. Ava grapples with the value of... More honesty. Jimmy learns the harsh realities of Hollywood dealmaking.

EPISODE 2.3
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Due: 19 May 2022

Trust the Process

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EPISODE 2.4
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Due: 26 May 2022

The Captain's Wife

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EPISODE 2.5
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Due: 2 Jun 2022

Retired

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EPISODE 2.6
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Due: 9 Jun 2022

Surf & Turf

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EPISODE 2.7
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Due: 16 Jun 2022

Episode 7

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EPISODE 2.8
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Due: 23 Jun 2022

Episode 8

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Hacks: Season 2 | Reviews

100%36 reviews

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IndieWire

IndieWire

Season 2 hums along in such a smooth, pleasurable manner that you want more of everything...

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Collider

Collider

Overall, Hacks Season 2 is a higher-stakes, higher-reward season, emotionally.

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A.V. Club

A.V. Club

Much like Smart’s Deborah Vance, Hacks is upping its game with its second go-round...

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Decider

Decider

What continues to work in Hacks Season 2... is the show’s tightrope walk between comedy and tragedy, dark humour and devastating heart.

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Variety

Variety

It’s a joy (and relief) to report that Season 2 doesn’t miss a beat.

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Vanity Fair

Vanity Fair

Smart remains a triumph... and Einbinder’s well-calibrated portrayal makes Ava more than just the entitled caricature she could easily be.

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Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

If anything, Season Two leans even more into the series’ strengths.

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Entertainment Weekly

Entertainment Weekly

The new season displays no sign of the dreaded sophomore slump.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

The second season understands that Hacks is a better show as a true two-hander... than as a glorified one-woman show for Smart.

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USA Today

USA Today

The darkness is deeper and sometimes more despairing this year, but the jokes are just as frequent, and maybe even a bit more cathartic.

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