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      Season 2 – Atypical

      2018 Comedy TRAILER for Atypical: Season 2 Trailer List
      88% 8 Reviews Tomatometer 96% 500+ Ratings Audience Score This heartfelt comedy follows Sam, a teenager on the autism spectrum, who has decided he is ready for romance. In order to start dating -- and hopefully find love -- Sam will need to be more independent, which also sends his mother (Jennifer Jason Leigh) on her own life-changing path. She and the rest of Sam's family, including a scrappy sister and a father seeking a better understanding of his son, must adjust to change and explore what it means to be "normal." The series is created and written by Robia Rashid and Academy Award-winning producer Seth Gordon. Read More Read Less

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      Atypical — Season 2

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      Episodes

      Episode 1 Aired Sep 7, 2018 Juiced! Sam's frustration at being unable to find a therapist and Casey's anxiety about going to a new school spark a blowup between the two. Details Episode 2 Aired Sep 7, 2018 Penguin Cam and Chill Casey feels less than welcome at Clayton; Sam asks Paige to spell out the rules of their "casual relationship," while Doug sets boundaries with Elsa. Details Episode 3 Aired Sep 7, 2018 Little Dude and the Lion A peer group meeting leads Sam to an important decision; detention with Izzie shows Casey they have more in common than she thought. Details Episode 4 Aired Sep 7, 2018 Pants on Fire Zahid teaches Sam to lie, while Elsa practices being honest; Evan helps Casey get over an embarrassment; a doctor visit forces Julia out of denial. Details Episode 5 Aired Sep 7, 2018 The Egg Is Pipping In peer group, Sam realizes he needs to manage his own money; Doug gets advice from Megan on dealing with Elsa; Evan meets Casey's new friends. Details Episode 6 Aired Sep 7, 2018 In the Dragon's Lair To prepare for college life, Sam sleeps over at Zahid's; Sam's $700 loss reunites Doug and Elsa with Arlo's parents, former friends of theirs. Details Episode 7 Aired Sep 7, 2018 The Smudging Casey tells Izzie what Nate did; Sam tries to figure out which colleges to apply to; Doug discovers a need to educate first responders about autism. Details Episode 8 Aired Sep 7, 2018 Living at an Angle Sam loses his portfolio for his art school application and panics; Megan gets flirty with Doug, who makes a decision about Elsa; Julia calls Miles. Details Episode 9 Aired Sep 7, 2018 Ritual-licious Ignoring Casey's wishes, Elsa throws her a big birthday party, while Sam insists on following a decade-old birthday ritual; the bartender haunts Doug. Details Episode 10 Aired Sep 7, 2018 Ernest Shackleton's Rules for Survival Cruel yearbook comments show Sam who has his back, a favor he repays at graduation; feelings for Izzie confuse Casey; Elsa asks Doug a key question. Details

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      Critics Reviews

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      John Doyle Globe and Mail Atypical is funny, wise, sometimes a bit wobbly in tone but always charming...it's a delightful experience. Dec 11, 2018 Full Review Matthew Rozsa Salon.com Aspects of the autistic experience... are often overlooked in our popular culture, and "Atypical" deserves enormous credit for incorporating them, even if it is still heavily flawed. Rated: 3/4 Sep 23, 2018 Full Review Lorraine Ali Los Angeles Times Atypical is irreverent when it needs to be, insightful when it counts and, above all, empathetic to the pressures of growing up - on or off the spectrum. Sep 13, 2018 Full Review Kayla Cobb Decider Atypical feels like it's finally becoming the empowering, funny, and deeply human show it always wanted to be. Sep 12, 2018 Full Review Matt Roush TV Insider Chances are you'll fall for him, his family and friends. Don't miss it. Sep 12, 2018 Full Review Megan Vick TV Guide While Sam's disorder provides a unique perspective to the world of Atypical, the show is about so much more than that. Season 2 pushes this even further...and finds new ways to enlighten, inspire and surprise by endearing us deeper to its characters. Sep 4, 2018 Full Review Read all reviews

      Audience Ratings

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      Bingewatcher Fanatic I just found the show now on Netflix busy binging each season. Loving the second season. Rated 4 out of 5 stars 01/30/23 Full Review Audience Member Don't get me wrong: I LOVE this series! But this season (S2) is, in my opinion, the worst season. It's still good, but the way the events of S1 affected the next events, just not the way I imagined it. But as I said, still an awesome series! Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars 01/09/23 Full Review Audience Member Season two of "Atypical" buckles down on the heart, and humor that made the show so invigorating in the first place. It also has great performances to go around for days. Rated 4 out of 5 stars 01/09/23 Full Review Audience Member Shows just don't get much better than this. The characters feel like they're really part of your lives. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 01/09/23 Full Review Audience Member Well, the music, the ambiance, the characters, the writing, the storyline, and the acting are all so fantastic to watch - now I want more of this. Well done. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 01/09/23 Full Review Audience Member If you can't find a way to laugh and even find yourself invested in this story then you should probably stop watching TV-Series altogether. Great performances throughout and no time wasted for myself. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 01/09/23 Full Review Read all reviews Post a review

      Season Info

      Executive Producer
      Robia Rashid, Seth Gordon, Mary Rohlich
      Screenwriter
      Robia Rashid, Seth Gordon
      Network
      Netflix
      Rating
      TV-14
      Genre
      Comedy
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date
      Sep 7, 2018
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