Within the first season of “Kevin Can F**okay Himself,” a stereotypically harried sitcom spouse determined she couldn’t take her asshole husband’s hijinks anymore and plotted his homicide. Then, after all, folks discovered, together with the husband’s greatest buddy, who overheard a damning dialog within the season finale. So, within the second and closing season of Valerie Armstrong’s genre-blending deconstruction, Allison (Annie Murphy) has to pivot a bit. As a substitute of killing Kevin (Eric Petersen), the brand new trailer reveals, Allison’s going to must disappear.
“After I depart, Kevin can’t be capable of discover me. I have to be gone for good,” she tells her confidant and associate in crime, Patty (Mary Hollis Inboden). The spot exhibits Allison googling “faux your individual loss of life” on a library pc. Sadly, the system’s content material filters forestall her from getting any useful suggestions.
Whereas Allison prepares her escape, Neil (Alex Bonifer), Kevin’s aforementioned greatest buddy, stays a wild card. The trailer exhibits him touring backwards and forwards between Kevin’s brilliant, laugh-tracked multi-cam community sitcom and Allison’s darkish cable dramedy — one thing neither Kevin nor any of his different buddies has ever carried out earlier than — so it appears attainable Neil’s antihero aspect will probably be popping out.
Allison and Patty, nevertheless, proceed to be devoted to bursting Kevin’s bubble, and their bond appears as sturdy as ever. “I can’t do that with out you,” Allison tells her buddy, “and I take care of you an awesome deal.”
Murphy’s most up-to-date tasks embrace “Murderville” and “Russian Doll.” Greatest identified for her Emmy-winning flip as Alexis on “Schitt’s Creek,” she additionally acted in, co-created, wrote, and produced CBC internet collection “The Plateaus.
Inboden counts “The Righteous Gems” and “The Actual O’Neals” amongst her different credit, and Armstrong beforehand labored on collection together with “Lodge 49” and “Masters of Intercourse.”
Season 2 of “Kevin Can F**okay Himself” premieres August 22 on AMC and AMC+