Critic Consensus: Insecure displays title-defying confidence in its second season, upping the comedy and deepening the relationships between its talented ensemble.
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Created by Issa Rae and Larry Wilmore and adapted from Rae's "Awkward Black Girl" Web series, "Insecure" explores the lives of Issa (Rae) and Molly (Yvonne Orji), two young women living in Los Angeles. As the two best friends navigate their personal and professional lives, the series examines how their experiences and identities are shaped by race, gender, and cultural expectations. The second season finds Issa struggling to cope with a painful breakup, while she and Molly both face difficulties… More
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Unusually for a comedy, Insecure looks great and sounds great, but still tells wincing truths; it also accomplishes the difficult feat of making Millennials look like decent people, and for that alone it seems an unusual and wondrous artefact.
It's like a great sitcom, except with serial television's flair for buildup and payoff.
... The show is extremely skilled at subverting audience expectations and exploring that blunt but fine line between what is and what might be.
Overall, the new season highlights how we often strive towards goals in life that ultimately are not the best choices for us. And your faves of Insecure finally discover that all that glitters isn't gold.
Based on Issa Rae's popular web series Awkward Black Girl, Insecure feels genuine because of its diverse cast and characters with realistic lifestyles.
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