After Life | Season 2 Official Trailer | Netflix

After Life | Season 2 Official Trailer | Netflix

Still struggling with immense grief after the death of his wife, Tony (Ricky Gervais) is trying to turn over a new leaf. Will he succeed in helping the people around him, or will he go back to being the same old Tony?

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After Life | Season 2 Official Trailer | Netflix

Although still mourning Lisa and struggling to turn over a new leaf, Tony shows compassion to his quirky little world.

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  2. I think people are jarred by a dark 30 min "sitcom" with no laugh track or many uplifting moments. You have to look at the repetitive sets and recurring characters like a traditional sitcom but appreciate that some episodes have ambiguous life lessons – just like real life

  3. I think Ricky is excellent in this, he is so authentic. Some of the others are really great as well but a few are utterly awful. It is almost like you can tell they are acting. I assume Ricky must have been disappointed in those few bits.

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