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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The writing is superb, and both the plotlines and the experiences of Issa and Molly (sometimes cringe-inducing, sometimes poignant) not only feel authentic but are inherently relatable.
It was one of many stirring speeches tonight (newspaper editor Maggie, below, also had one, as did David Tennant's DI Hardy) in an episode which moved us to the brink of a resolution.
The authenticity of their relationship harkens back to such nineties shows as Living Single and Girlfriends, series that feel like artifacts of what black-female friendship can look like onscreen if written by people who know what they're talking about.
Insecure [has] ushered Issa and Molly into the Season 2 finale the same way it sent them into the premiere: at a crossroads
What I can saw for sure is that this season has been excellent and I'm angry that it's going to take them another year to do it again.
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