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      Season 2 – The Letdown

      2019 Comedy Drama List
      Reviews 100% Fewer than 50 Ratings Audience Score New mother Audrey needs help with the new addition to her family, so she joins a support group for new parents. While attending meetings, she makes quirky friends who are facing their own challenges and life changes. Outside of the group, she seeks support from work-stressed partner Jeremy and even the neighborhood drug dealer. As Audrey navigates the learning curve that comes with motherhood, she deals with issues that include sleeplessness, shifting relationship dynamics and Jeremy's career ambitions. Read More Read Less

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      Previous Episode 1 Aired May 29, 2019 One Audrey goes a little bit crazy as Stevie's first birthday rolls around; Audrey's anxiety and competitive nature is tested at Stevie's birthday celebration. Details Episode 2 Aired May 29, 2019 The Dilemma Sophie has a big decision to make, but Audrey second-guesses hers; Verity makes Audrey's living room into her office. Details Episode 3 Aired May 29, 2019 He's a Girl Audrey gets back into the workforce, leaving Stevie in family day care; Martha decides to hit the dating scene. Details Episode 4 Aired May 29, 2019 Heavy Heart Jeremy plans a surprise wine-tasting trip trip to the Barossa Valley for Audrey and himself; Jeremy and Audrey realize that living separately has not been great for them. Details Episode 5 Aired May 29, 2019 Rat Park Audrey recruits Scott to help when Barbara's drinking escalates out of control; Ester's worries about getting old are put into perspective when she meets the new intern. Details Episode 6 Aired May 29, 2019 Shameless Audrey makes a big confession to the parents group and decides to head back to university to finish her masters degree. Details Next
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      Previous Lauren Carroll Harris Guardian Though it doesn't reach the heights of the global wave of messy motherhood comedies, it feels right in its realistic refusal to gloss across the tedium and frustration of parenthood's daily grind. Jul 19, 2019 Full Review Neal Pollack Book & Film Globe 'The Letdown' presents a world where men don't matter very much. As a male viewer, I find this pretty disturbing. Jan 30, 2020 Full Review Next
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      Previous Audience Member Manages to stay fresh, not a great season finale but still worth a watch. Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars 01/09/23 Full Review Next Post a review

      Season Info

      Director
      Trent O'Donnell, Sarah Scheller, Amanda Brotchie, Alison Bell
      Executive Producer
      Julian Morrow
      Screenwriter
      Sarah Scheller, Alison Bell
      Network
      AUSBCOV
      Rating
      TV-MA
      Genre
      Comedy, Drama
      Original Language
      English (Australia)
      Release Date
      May 29, 2019
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