The End of the F***ing World: Season 2

The End of the F***ing World: Season 2

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A moody girl connects with a fellow teenager (a boy who believes he's a psychopath) and convinces him to join her on a road trip to search for her real father. Season two won Best Drama at the 2020 BAFTAs as well as Best Supporting Actress for Naomi Ackie (Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker).

2019UKNetflix
ComedyCrimeDrama

Episodes

EPISODE 2.1

Episode 1

Newly released from prison, a brooding young woman named Bonnie... More sets out to avenge the death of her lover.

EPISODE 2.2

Episode 2

Just as Alyssa claws her way back to a semblance... More of a normal life, she discovers her past isn't done with her yet.

EPISODE 2.3

Episode 3

After an awkward encounter at the café, Alyssa wakes up... More on her big day with nagging doubts about what she wants from life.

EPISODE 2.4

Episode 4

A flat tire forces the unlikely trio of travelers to... More seek refuge at a roadside inn run by a man who's desperate for company.

EPISODE 2.5

Episode 5

While Bonnie scrambles to cover her tracks and tend to... More her injury, James tries to figure out where things stand with Alyssa.

EPISODE 2.6

Episode 6

Alyssa decides it's time to set things right at home, James... More searches for a new plan, and Bonnie resumes her quest with fresh vigor.

EPISODE 2.7

Episode 7

After discovering Bonnie's true intentions, James races to help Alyssa,... More and a tense showdown unfolds inside the café.

EPISODE 2.8

Episode 8

Desperate to banish visions of the night at Clive's house, Alyssa... More suddenly disappears, sending James into a panic.

The End of the F***ing World: Season 2 | Reviews

92%36 reviews

Rotten Tomatoes® Score

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Vulture

Vulture

When the season ends, you’re left with a strong sense of, “Is that all there is?” There’s no new perspective or deeper point made by season two that wasn’t already conveyed more effectively by season one.

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IndieWire

IndieWire

Season 2 is an empty shell of an epilogue that still usurps what it should be propping up.

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Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

It’s watchable but unnecessary.

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The New York Times

The New York Times

The new batch of episodes, which Covell has indicated will be the last, is essentially all resolution, a season-long working out of the original story’s loose ends, and while it’s as assured in its execution, it’s ordinary by comparison.

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TV Guide

TV Guide

Though there are new faces and places involved, it's still got that same dreary dryness and wild unpredictability in play. While the second season doesn't exactly feel necessary, it's still fun to take another aimless ride with the show's resident weirdos and see where we end up.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

The good news is that season two of The End of the F***ing World stays true to the vibe of the first season, has a decently good but not great story and manages, by the end of the final episode (of eight in total), to have righted most of the wrongs that came before it.

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Collider

Collider

Once again, it’s a story about the light that slips through the cracks in broken hearts; this time, the light may not be quite as dazzling, but it’s absolutely still worth capturing.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

It is gruesome and violent and scatalogical, but then it is funny and pointed and wry, and then it defers to a tender look, or an affectionate touch, and shows its heart.

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The End of the F***ing World: Season 2 | Release Details

The End of the F***ing World: Season 2 is available to stream in New Zealand now on Netflix.