Ramy: Season 2

Ramy: Season 2

Ramy: Season 2

Second season of the groundbreaking comedy series co-created by and starring Ramy Youssef, who delivered a Golden Globe-winning performance in the first season. As the son of immigrant Egyptian parents in New Jersey, Ramy lives in constant conflict between his Muslim community, his millennial friends, and an all-seeing God.

2020USA
Comedy
100%
want to see

Streaming (1 Provider)

Reviews & comments

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

His descent is frustrating and compelling in equal measure, but I also can't wait to see how he claws himself out of it.

IndieWire

IndieWire

press

“Ramy” isn’t really all that interested in malaise; it’s interested in purpose, no matter who needs it or where it comes from. Combine that with great performances, including a commanding and quietly hilarious turn from Ali, and Season 2 avoids embodying its main character’s befuddlement.

Salon

Salon

press

That Globe win doesn't seem to have impacted Youssef's approach to these new episodes, "Ramy" is still very funny and is as smart and easy to love as it ever was, and everything that made the first season award-worthy is present and stronger in its second go-round.

Vulture

Vulture

press

While Ramy’s second season ultimately turns that into an interesting, meaningful collapse for its protagonist, there’s no getting around the fact that especially in the early episodes, viewers have to spend an awful lot of time with a guy whose sweaty efforts to try to be good are only slightly less annoying than his previous dirtbag low points.

A.V. Club

A.V. Club

press

Despite a couple of misses in the middle, season two is a remarkable experience that retains Ramy’s charming storytelling and comedic nuances.

Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

press

As was the case in the outstanding first season, the new episodes toggle between Ramy’s misadventures on the road to enlightenment and poignant spotlights on other members of his family.

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

His descent is frustrating and compelling in equal measure, but I also can't wait to see how he claws himself out of it.

IndieWire

IndieWire

press

“Ramy” isn’t really all that interested in malaise; it’s interested in purpose, no matter who needs it or where it comes from. Combine that with great performances, including a commanding and quietly hilarious turn from Ali, and Season 2 avoids embodying its main character’s befuddlement.

Salon

Salon

press

That Globe win doesn't seem to have impacted Youssef's approach to these new episodes, "Ramy" is still very funny and is as smart and easy to love as it ever was, and everything that made the first season award-worthy is present and stronger in its second go-round.

Vulture

Vulture

press

While Ramy’s second season ultimately turns that into an interesting, meaningful collapse for its protagonist, there’s no getting around the fact that especially in the early episodes, viewers have to spend an awful lot of time with a guy whose sweaty efforts to try to be good are only slightly less annoying than his previous dirtbag low points.

A.V. Club

A.V. Club

press

Despite a couple of misses in the middle, season two is a remarkable experience that retains Ramy’s charming storytelling and comedic nuances.

Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

press

As was the case in the outstanding first season, the new episodes toggle between Ramy’s misadventures on the road to enlightenment and poignant spotlights on other members of his family.

There aren't any user reviews for this movie yet.