Comedian Tim Robinson is back with his Netflix comedy I Think You Should Leave, and Ranker.com gives us the latest details on Season two and what other Watchworthy TV shows to check out.
The highly-anticipated second season of Robinson's show is here on Netflix, two years after its successful first season premiered.
Season two promises more absurd scenarios and hapless characters trying to get out of hilarious situations they put themselves in.
But what to watch when you've finished binging I Think You Should Leave? Ranker suggests these three top-picks for fans of the show to check out:
According to Ranker's Watch-worthy data, fans of I Think You Should Leave are statistically more likely to love Barry.
This HBO dark-comedy and crime series centers on an assassin for hire (played by SNL star and actor Bill Hader) who's bitten by the acting bug.
The format of Barry is different from that of I Think You Should Leave, but Barry's struggle to become a famous Hollywood actor without being recognized by his coworkers in the criminal underworld creates the same sense of suspense and farce that fans of I Think You Should Leave can appreciate.
Seasons 1 and 2 of Barry are available to watch now on HBO Max.
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia actor Glenn Howerton takes the lead in A.P. Bio in his role as Jake.
With an 88% score from Rotten Tomatoes, A.P. Bio is a comedy show that features a disgraced former Harvard philosophy scholar who must now teach high school biology students while also planting his vengeance on an academic rival.
Despite its cynical outlook, Jake's revenge story also offers great heart-warming stories, without getting too sentimental, which I Think You Should Leave fans can be sure to enjoy.
You can stream Seasons 1, 2, and 3 of A.P. Bio on Peacock now.
Each episode of the show is a parody of a famous documentary.
Although the skits from Documentary Now feature high-brow counterparts to the silliness of I Think You Should Leave, the different shows do have something in common. The two shows share the similar flair of putting ridiculous characters in deadly serious situations.
Seasons 1, 2, and 3 of Documentary Now are available to watch on Netflix.
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