Baskets - Season 2
Season five of ' Baskets' completes the comedy and adventures of Chip Baskets, a young ambitious guy, who dreams of becoming a well known clown in Paris, but suffers from the bad luck he has, as he travels to France, where he fails in achieving his dreams and returns depressed to his hometown, where he works as a rodeo clown. In this new season, Chip faces many challenges in his work as a redo clown.
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Critics Of "Baskets - Season 2"
Alan Sepinwall Uproxx
March 27, 2017 So lovely. So strange. So happy FX continues to make a place for it on my TV.Read in Source
Lorraine Ali Los Angeles Times
January 19, 2017 The chemistry between Anderson and Galifianakis drives the best parts of the new season, but it's not at the expense of sharp humor, biting irony and plummeting self worth rendered funny by its sheer hopelessness.Read in Source
Will Ashton We Got This Covered
January 19, 2017 FX's beautifully melancholy Baskets only gets more solemn, sad, strange, sympathetic and singular with its richly poignant second season. In our clownish world, Zach Galifianakis continues to provide the laughter and pain in equal measures.Read in Source
Inkoo Kang MTV
January 20, 2017 Baskets is full of the kind of people whom pop culture rarely bothers to humanize: the elderly, the obese, the destitute. It's simultaneously wondrous and heartbreaking.Read in Source
Thomas Batten New York Observer
January 20, 2017 This is about Baskets, a show that made enough of an impact that Louie Anderson won a very much deserved Emmy but that not too many people are writing think pieces about. But maybe they should beRead in Source
Roger Catlin rogercatlin.com
January 20, 2017 Lots of the laughs come from the kind of physical comedy that used to appear in silent movies.Read in Source
Robert Lloyd Los Angeles Times
January 17, 2017 As before, Anderson is something beyond brilliant. Making tender a role that could easily become grotesque, he is completely alive as Christine. There isn't a line that comes from his mouth that doesn't seem to have been born in the moment he speaks it.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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