The Outlaws, season 2, it keeps getting better
The Outlaws got better in season 2, an unusual feat. Season 1 laid the groundwork, introduced the characters, and set the scene. That left room for plenty of character development and depth in the second season. The threat level was ramped up for the outlaws as they dealt with dangerous drug dealers.
Review: The Outlaws, British dramedy
The Outlaws, season 1, is about a group of vividly drawn characters who end up doing community service together for 100 hours instead of going to jail. I don’t know whether to call it high stakes drama or comedy, hence the dramedy label. Season 2 has already been approved.
Review: Irreplaceable You
Irreplaceable You begins in the cemetery where Abbie (Gugu Mbatha-Raw) is buried. In a voice over, Abbie explains her story. It began when she and Sam (Michiel Huisman) were 8 years old. They’d been together ever since.