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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With a subtle comic touch, Insecure has tackled such thorny issues as workplace discrimination, the clumsiness of well-meaning whites, gentrification, and gender and class identity.
Season 2 is taking those break-ups and building something new. Issa and Molly are stronger characters because of what happened; Issa and Lawrence are, too
"Insecure" is flexible in responding to things happening outside Issa's immediate focus, and this season has also brought a better understanding Issa's friend Molly.
What worked so well last season works well this season: Issa's still Issa; Molly, Molly; Kelli, Kelli; and Tiffany, Tiffany.
A treat to watch every week, it deftly and hilariously tracked the troubles of adulthood, which are coming for all of us eventually.
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