Season Premiere: January 11, 2019
Netflix: A group of Harvard alumni who have become a tight unit of inseparable and romantically entangled friends. Refusing to admit they may have just peaked in college, the neurotic group of writers, socialites, and careerists regress back to their loud, obnoxious, and irresponsible college selves whenever they get together. The new show from Netflix stars Keegan-Michael Key (Key & Peele) and Cobie Smulders (How I Met Your Mother) as a dysfunctional couple who hate what their friends bring out in them but can’t help leading the pack at every opportunity. It sounds like the sort of biting show that acts as a reality check for anyone desperate to relive the glory days of their late twenties but in reality it’s packed with embarrassing parties, secret affairs, and a whole host of normally funny comedians putting themselves through humiliation and misery. Directed and co-created by Nicholas Stoller (Neighbors) with Francesca Delbanco, season 2 will up the ante as Max and Felix’s engagement party threatens to fuel even more misguided nostalgia, repressed resentment, and unhinged bad behavior.