Shoresy Season 2 – The Triumphant Return of the Sudbury Blueberry Bulldogs (Review)

Shoresy Season 2 Review
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CinemaBlind’s Review – 90%

Shoresy is finally back with its second season and after watching the whole series I can confidently say, that the creator and star of the series Jared Keeso has knocked it out of the park once again.

The first season of the Hulu original series ended with a promise that our favorite Senior A Whaleshit Hockey team Sudbury Blueberry Bulldogs will never lose again and the new season starts by delivering that promise. With the team on a winning streak and just a few games away from being the best Hockey team ever.

In the new season, we see our players on an all-time high but Shoresy still has the feeling that if they don’t buck up and stop getting distracted they might lose out on being the best team ever. This is the whole premise of the latest season of the Letterkenny spin-off series.

Shoresy Season 2 Review
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Let me start by saying that if you enjoyed the raunchy and punchy humor from the first season of Shoresy, then you will find that tripled in the second season. Season 2 is filled with hilarious and heartwarming moments and because of its episode count of six some of which are less than 20 minutes. It never feels like Shoresy overstayed its welcome.

All of the characters in the series are very thoughtfully written and it never feels like any line of dialogue is being forced. All of the actors also bring their A-game including Keeso as Shoresy, Tasya Teles as Nat, Harlan Blayne Kytwayhat as Sanguinet, Keilani Elizabeth Rose as Miigwan, Blair Lamora as Ziigwan, Jonathan-Ismael Diaby as Dolo, Terry Ryan as Hitch, Camille Sullivan as Laura Mohr, Ryan McDonell as Michaels, and many more.

In conclusion, Shoresy’s new season is even better than its first and if you enjoy the quick and often weird-sounding dialogues in both Letterkenny and the first season of Shoresy, then you will also love this new season.