PEN15: Season 2

PEN15: Season 2

PEN15: Season 2

Actual adults Maya Erskine (Insecure) and Anna Konkle (Rosewood) play early teen versions of themselves surrounded by proper 13-year-olds in this Emmy-nominated absurdist high-school comedy set in the year 2000.

2019USAHulu
Comedy

Streaming (1 Provider)

EPISODE 2.1
19 September 2020

Pool

Two days after the dance, Maya and Anna reluctantly go to a lame pool party. A crush unexpectedly shows up, causing them to question their sanity and reputations.

EPISODE 2.2
19 September 2020

Wrestle

Maya zeros in on her crush, while Anna deals with the fallout from her parents’ divorce. Together they find outlets in an unexpected extracurricular activity.

EPISODE 2.3
19 September 2020

Vendy Wiccany

Anna and Maya discover secret powers within, allowing them to control rocky aspects of their lives through magic.
EPISODE 2.4
19 September 2020

Maura

Witnessing their daughters reach a new low, Kathy and Yuki rally around them. At school, Maya and Anna receive an opportunity at redemption but it will come with a range of influences.

EPISODE 2.5
19 September 2020

Sleepover

Maura hosts a group sleepover at her house. The clock chimes late into the night as secrets and masks threaten the death of friendships.

EPISODE 2.6
19 September 2020

Play

The school play has been cast. Maya has the opportunity to get her actual first kiss. Anna struggles to find herself.

EPISODE 2.7
19 September 2020

Opening Night

It’s opening night. Hearts are exposed, forcing both Anna and Maya to grow up.
EPISODE 2.8
28 August 2021

Jacuzzi

On vacation with Curtis, Anna and Maya are introduced to new crippling insecurities. The girls try to ignore them, but a mystical turn makes their self-doubt impossible to forget.

PEN15: Season 2 / Reviews

Entertainment Weekly

Entertainment Weekly

I can't do justice to the vibrant thrill of the central performances. The bond between Maya and Anna feels unspoken and lived-in, full of sentences that trail off into meaningful glances.

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Collider

Collider

While I appreciate all of the work Konkle is turning in here in Season 2, especially as she plays a young teen caught in the middle of her parents' messy separation, it's clear that Maya's emotional journey is the anchor of PEN15 this season.

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Little White Lies

Little White Lies

The potency of PEN15 is in the moments that send you spiralling back to adolescence, whether capturing the ache of a first crush or grappling with burgeoning adulthood.

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Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

Pen15 has definitely changed, but in ways that are almost entirely for the better. What was once a gimmick is now a thoroughly excellent and warm show.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

This will presumably always be Erskine and Konkle's showcase - both should be awards contenders - but the second season accentuates casting director Melissa DeLizia's smart work selecting the younger actors.

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Vulture

Vulture

The second season of PEN15 is going to break your heart.

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Vox

Vox

These are the timeless, traumatic experiences I gasped at, surprised and impressed by how much they resembled my own memories of seventh grade. And they're what has made me fall deeper and deeper for the show.

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IndieWire

IndieWire

"Pen15" will have you screaming at your fellow viewers over how hard it is to watch friends and families fight, and a half-hour later you'll be howling with laughter at their wild, endearing antics

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