Above: Actors Rob Delaney and Sharon Horgan play themselves in the critically acclaimed show, Catastrophe.Even though it may lack some of the in your face moments of Season 1, the second season of Catastrophe explores the romance with it's two fascinating leads.
If you haven't yet witnessed the true epic power of Catastrophe, a new British comedy series, you are missing out. The new season may not be just as epic as the first one, but all the elements are still there. Above all, the series is laugh out loud funny, presenting the best of modern day British humor.
The only bad thing about Catastrophe is the lack of all it's brilliant side characters, which along with the leads, made season one. Even though they do get their smaller moments, the second season really truly focusing on the romance between Sharon and Rob, who respectively play themselves in the show.
That's where the second season has it's strong point is the intense connection between actors Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney. Although both older in age, they were born to play these rolls. The acting from the two of them in each episode are on fantastic levels, and they keep the show funny and interesting without a doubt.
The second season of Catatrophe is more emotional then the first as well. There are at times where you, the watcher, can be both laughing and crying at the same time. The thing about Catastrophe is that it's about modern day life that excels to a whole new level. It's almost like watching Game of Thrones in the today's world. (Which Catastrophe makes several nods and jokes about throughout the series).
If you haven't seen it yet, now's the perfect time to catch up on Catastrophe, with both seasons being around eight to ten episodes long. Each episode is fantastic and great in it's own way, and the second season is better then ever.
Fans will love it and want more and more from it's beloved characters Rob and Sharon.
Where can you watch it? Both two seasons are available on Amazon Prime, they can also be available on Demand via Channel 4 for Cable viewers.