, All you animation fans out there, put your hands up in the air, and shout Close Enough Season 2! The series creator J.G. Quintel further confirmed the news in his Twitter handle.
The American adult animated sitcom debuted on 9th July 2020 on HBO Max. The series got renewed for its second run in August 2020. The show comprises of eight episodes, segmented into 15, with a screen time of 25 minutes, per episode.
Release Date of “Close Enough Season 2”
The series renewal came less than under a month since it first aired. The sitcom was announced for renewal on 6th August 2020. We do not have an official release date yet. The series is expected to air sometime in the year 2021. Although the series will debut on 14th September 2020 in Latin America via Netflix.
The Possible Plot for Season 2
The animated sitcom focuses on the story of a married couple in their thirties. They are persevering to become good parents while dealing with the complications of being no longer cool and up to date in the modern world of Los Angeles. The couple lives with their 5-year-old daughter and their divorced friends in a Los Angeles duplex.
The series is not the kind that can just be executed in live-action. It is one where you engage in incredible interludes, that is both surreal and interesting. It is a delightful adult comedy that is wonderfully written, and animated. The sitcom is charming enough to win the hearts of the viewers.
The Cast of the Show
The voice cast of the show comprises of
- J. G. Quintel as Joshua
- Gabrielle Walsh as Emily Ramirez
- Jessica DiCicco as Candice Ramirez-Singleton
- Jason Mantzoukas as Alex Dorpenberger
- Kimiko Glenn as Bridgette
- Danielle Brooks as Pearle Watson
- James Adomian as Randy Watson
- John Early as Timothy Brice Campbell
- Fred Stoller as Mr. Salt
Other voice actors include Weird Al Yankovic, David Hasselhoff, Noel Fielding, Dave Foley, George Lopez, Matt Besser, Cheri Oteri, Rachel Dratch, Seth Morris, Lauren Lapkus. it also includes Chris Parnell, Rich Sommer, Steve Agee, Judy Greer, Diamond White, Jessica St. Clair among others.
The sitcom was originally planned to air on TBS but was delayed several times. It eventually aired on HBO Max.
The sitcom is completely absurd and yet, utterly relatable. It captures the strange experience of being an adult. The series has received positive reviews. Several critics compared it to showrunner Quintel’s previous series, Regular Show.