'Reservation Dogs' Second Season Is On Its Way!

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After a long, cold, and grey winter, there's no shortage of things to look forward to this summer. And if you're as much of a comedy lover as we are, that also includes an incredible lineup of new series and seasons coming our way. Included in the list of anticipated releases is none other than Reservation Dogs' second season!

The breakout Hulu success first hit the streaming service on August 9th, 2021, and immediately became a national hit. It provided an honest look at adolescent life on an Indian reserve and served hilarious and heartbreaking moments as a group of troublemaking teens navigate the troubles of their day-to-day lives. And what shocked fans of the show, even more, was that for many of the cast members, it was their first taste of acting on screen. Paulina Alexis (Willie Jack), Kawennáhere Devery Jacobs (Elora Danan), and D'Pharaoh Woon-A-Tai (Bear Smallhill) quickly became household names as they gave a voice to an entire generation of teens across North America. So, it's safe to say that the announcement that season two is around the corner was received pretty well...

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Season two is set to hit the streaming service on August 3rd. The announcement came through the show's official Instagram account, which boasts a whopping 85.5 thousand followers. The post raked in thousands of likes from adoring fans who couldn't believe they would be getting a fresh dose of Reservation Dogs just one year after the first season. "Blocking all plans for August 3rd! Skoden!" one user gushed, with another adding, "the countdown starts now." And to be honest, we're on board with both these sentiments! Fans and critics alike are eagerly waiting for the new episodes to air, with expectations set incredibly high considering how well-received the first season was. From Peabody Award nominations to praises in Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, Rolling Stone, and more, this show made a huge mark.

If you need us, we'll be staring at our calendars as we wait for August 3rd to roll around. But, of course, you can still count on us to bring you more updates from the world of comedy film and television! Stay tuned for more...