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I'm over the Netflix strategy too but this seems different than the Stranger Things and Cobra Kai splits. Since it's 16 episodes total likely being split with 8 episodes each, it's almost like it's two seasons back to back instead of milking one season over two parts.
 
So pathetic....16 episodes and basically the same break we'd get for a 22 episode weekly series if you were watch 1 episode a week.
 
I'm over the Netflix strategy too but this seems different than the Stranger Things and Cobra Kai splits. Since it's 16 episodes total likely being split with 8 episodes each, it's almost like it's two seasons back to back instead of milking one season over two parts.

Except there is about a month break than if they were airing the first half weekly.

Just like a freaking broadcast schedule. Its bull****. Especially for a half hour sitcom.
 
Did I see Will Forte in that trailer?

Funny considering he wrote a few episodes of That 70s Show.
 
They don't get all the little details right, but seeing the yellow Wendy's cups brings me back.
 
Half way through the first half (stupid Netflix strategy), and I am enjoying it. Really upped the 90s references, and Netflix is actually paying for music.
 
Just continues to be a fun charming little show. I hate the season split. I do appreciate it was a whole lot less directly targeted at me this time.

I don't particularly miss any of the old cast, though I really enjoyed Donna and Leia's interactions this season, where I would love for Prepon to be more regular.

And if you feel the need to replace and give Tommy Chong a break, there is really no one else for stoner rep.
 
I so forgot that this was premiering.

Let me go start.
I didn't know either but I'm waiting a few weeks at least before I reactivate my Netflix anyway. Marketing for this hasn't really been as present as it was for the first season and releasing it on the same day as The Bear season 3 is also an odd move. It's been overshadowed by other returning shows like The Bear, House of the Dragon, The Boys, etc.
 
Well, that's a pity. I fear I know what their response will be.
 
Well, that's a pity. I fear I know what their response will be.

Don't worry, it will be replaced by a show from South Korea, Poland, Turkey, India (and in multiple Indian languages too) or Japan, seeing as though Netflix has more new programming from those 5 countries than they do from the US at this point.
 
So a show that has had virtually no marketing and having to compete against more popular shows getting a lot more attention at the moment like The Bear, The Boys, House of the Dragon and even The Acolyte isn't doing well?

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Yeah, this and Outer Range had pretty horrible timing all together. Both shows just flew completely under the radar which is why I'm honestly even kind of surprised that Interview with the Vampire got renewed.

It's a shame because I thoroughly enjoyed this show but there is just too much competition nowadays and if its not Stranger Things or Cobra Kai it seems like Netflix just doesn't put any effort into actual marketing.

I didn't even know the second season had dropped until the last minute.
 
I'm four episodes down, and if this doesn't get a season 3, I'll be pissed. I have been literally laughing out loud for the last two hours.

The kids are legit funny and really have good chemistry, Leia is so likeable, Jay is still great as Kelso Jr, Ozzie is adorable, then Kitty & Red are just the cherry on top.

I'm thoroughly entertained.
 
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These new characters are just not taking off like the originals did. The curiosity was there for the first season with *most* of the originals doing at least a cameo. Nobody really cares beyond that.
 
Wow. An 83% drop, according to the article.
I'm not surprised, Netflix didn't promote this show at all. The only reason I even know that the second season is here is because of this thread... kind of seems like Netflix wants to get rid off it.

Also I think they might lose more viewers for part 2 once people watch and realize it's not the full season.
 
I'm not surprised, Netflix didn't promote this show at all. The only reason I even know that the second season is here is because of this thread... kind of seems like Netflix wants to get rid off it.

Also I think they might lose more viewers for part 2 once people watch and realize it's not the full season.
It also dawned on me that they promoted Axel F. way more, which is understandable since it's Eddie Murphy returning to the franchise that made him a movie star, but it's all the more confusing as to why they dropped this new season of That '90s Show at roughly the same time.
 

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