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      Season 2 – Velma

      2024 Mystery & Thriller Comedy Animation TRAILER for Velma: Season 2 Trailer List Velma: Season 2 Trailer Velma: Season 2 Trailer 1:21 View more videos
      Reviews 15% Audience Score 100+ Ratings The origin of the sleuth and member of the Mystery Inc. gang, Velma. Read More Read Less Watch on Max Stream Now

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      Rendy Jones Autostraddle It’s painful to see the first POC-led, queer-inclusive version of a long-standing franchise end up its worst. But this is one soon-to-be canceled queer show that won’t be missed. May 4, 2024 Full Review Coleman Spilde The Daily Beast But I am here to stand proudly, with my stunning features and gorgeous blue eyes shimmering like pools of crystalline water, to tell you that those people are all wrong. Velma is great. Apr 29, 2024 Full Review Brittany Vincent IGN Movies This riff on the classic Hanna-Barbera character is all too content to turn its back on its source material, but it has no idea where to go next. Rated: 4/10 Apr 26, 2024 Full Review Read all reviews

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      Connor M Season 2 is somehow worse. All the characters have no character arch, except Fred. The writing is so bad, because they make out that we should hate rich people in the first season and now Fred is more likable than all the characters we are supposed to like. Scrappy Doo is written so bad, the iconic lines he says in the original series are delivered 1000 times worse here. His motives for being the muderer is just the worst, as he is never prone to actually killing anyone in the original series. This show is a mistake, burn it with fire Rated 0.5 out of 5 stars 05/18/24 Full Review Andreas H I honestly thoroughly enjoyed Velma: Season 2. It felt a bit less mean spirited than season 1, had clever writing including way better references this time and a few nice twists. Thing is, you really have to see it as both a very dark humoured parody as well as a hommage to Scooby Doo. I hear people say its against everything Scooby Doo stands for, but I see it as a test for how serious you take things. If you hold Scooby Doo up as like a holy thing that should never get a sarcastic interpretation and if you hate queer content or comments about sexism in any way, of course you'll feel offended. If not, you won't feel hurt and most likely enjoy this crazy ride. I personally see this as its own universe, an unhinged interpretation that leaves the original characters untouched. And so, I don't feel offended at all, and I have a really fun time with it. I mean it's so batshoot crazy, it technically shouldn't be able to exist. But it does! I doubt we'll ever get such an unhingd interpretation of the franchise, so I won't miss out if another season comes. But well, that won't convice anyone who long has made up their mind about this show. So in short: if you enjoyed S1, there's a good chance you will enjoy S2, mabe even more than the first. I know I did. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 05/14/24 Full Review Audience Member As a fan of the original series I am disappointed this series has a low rating . The animation and art is wonderful, the mix of different styles of cartoons, the homage to the original Scooby Doo series in re-creating specific moments from past episodes and/or leaning into the original portrayal of the characters in woven moments. The writing sets up scenes that are obviously comedic parodies or a satirical/ social commentary on an issue, and the show makes fun of common tropes in society while also having hilarity in creating wacky, fantastical, and far fetched storylines that are tied together with a overarching linear, mystery themed plot. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 05/14/24 Full Review Shain B I just binged both seasons of Velma, and it was sooo good!!! It’s not a kids cartoon, it’s not Scooby Doo. It’s full of sarcasm, and mystery, and I think this is one of Mindy’s best! It is for adults, but if you’re a fan of Bobs Burgers, or things like that, it’s for you… Rated 5 out of 5 stars 05/07/24 Full Review Shy G The show is cool for what it is, also I thought Norville was more interesting in season 2. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 05/07/24 Full Review Dalivia B I’m a big SD fan and have watched every different show and movie in the catalog. I went into Velma S2 wondering how the characters would get developed and what hijinks they would get into, and I wasn’t disappointed. I liked the random nods to different moments in the SD universe, the play on different fan theories from throughout the decades, and the plot twists that came as the season progressed. I feel like the show is starting to find it’s footing and I would be interested in a season 3. Only reason I gave 4 stars instead of 5 is because I feel like 12 episodes instead of 10 would have given better pacing and an opportunity to flesh out some of the background plots that were happening. Rated 4 out of 5 stars 05/07/24 Full Review Read all reviews Post a rating

      Cast & Crew


      Episode 1 Aired Apr 25, 2024 The Mystery of Teen Romance Velma tries to navigate her emotions for both Daphne and Norville, as she comes across her latest investigation. Details Episode 2 Aired Apr 25, 2024 Creaky Friday Velma clashes with Fred over whether the crimes plaguing Crystal Cove originate on Earth; Daphne and Amber make a grisly discovery. Details Episode 3 Aired Apr 25, 2024 When Velma Met Money Velma resists the urge to cash in on Diya's new relationship; Norville searches for a way to stop his hallucinations once and for all. Details Episode 4 Aired Apr 25, 2024 Seancé While Velma and her friends suffer through a Saturday detention, Amber attempts to use witchcraft. Details Episode 5 Aired Apr 25, 2024 Burning Woman After calling Amber out on social media, Velma comes under fire; Norville follows a hunch that leads to the asylum. Details Episode 6 Aired Apr 25, 2024 Private Velmjamin During their school's lackluster career fair, Velma begins to doubt her dream of becoming a detective; Norville works to help the Brains cross some items off their bucket list; Fred flirts with a mysterious new suitor. Details Episode 7 Aired Apr 25, 2024 Female Utopia In the wake of yet another killing, the women of Crystal Cove are relegated to the mines; Velma struggles to keep Sophie and Diya apart below ground; Norville discovers the truth behind his hallucinations, and Daphne faces her worst enemy. Details Episode 8 Aired Apr 25, 2024 Aman Hunt Facing a lengthy and drama-filled bus ride, Velma vows to take Daphne with the power of gossip; an unlikely source provides a crucial evidence that ties the killer to a clandestine military operation. Details Episode 9 Aired Apr 25, 2024 The Real Villain After finding herself lost in the woods, Velma meets a frightening new friend who may hold the key to solving the murders; Fred finally stands up for himself; Diya and Aman's respective relationships each take a serious turn. Details Episode 10 Aired Apr 25, 2024 Til Death When the serial killer threatens her family, Velma hatches a plan to stop the masked villain and their accomplice; later, one of Crystal Cove's infamous meddling kids must make the ultimate sacrifice. Details
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      Season Info

      Meg Waldow, Cal Ramsey, Adam Parton
      Mindy Kaling, Charlie Grandy
      Executive Producer
      Mindy Kaling, Charlie Grandy, Howard Klein, Sam Register
      Jen Chuck, Charlie Grandy, Moss Perricone, Stephanie M. Johnson, Greg Gallant, Keerthi Harishankar, Katie Wadsworth
      Mystery & Thriller, Comedy, Animation
      Original Language
      Release Date
      Apr 25, 2024