Executive Producer and series star Craig Robinson said viewers will see fewer snakes but can expect deadly snails when season two of Killing It returns on August 17th.
"Doing the right thing is never a mistake. I believe in karma." - Craig
Killing It is a comedy about class, capitalism, and one man’s quest to achieve the American Dream. But first, he has to overcome vicious criminals, nature run wild, and, worst of all, corporate America.
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Robinson assured fans that the quirky and lovable cast from season one will be making a comeback in the upcoming second season. Season one left viewers with plenty to unpack, from Brock's sudden wealth after his viral video to Craig turning in the winning python, which he and his brother fed a dead body.
Hardworking Jillian is also facing possible deportation; how will she get out of that problem? As Craig Robinson and the newly released trailer suggest, "there are plenty more hurdles" coming up in the new season.
"Well, we're back for more Killing It. It's the same wild rollercoaster as last year, an ambitious, complex exploration of life and pursuit of the American Dream mixed in with some of the stupidest jokes on television. We got so many amazing guest stars this season while returning all our old favorites. Except for the snakes. There are many less snakes this year. But don’t worry, there’s plenty more hurdles to jump through, like deadly snails. Anyway, please enjoy, and thank you for supporting unique original comedy," said the series, executive producer and star Craig Robinson.
Killing It stars Craig Robinson (Craig), Claudia O’Doherty (Jillian), Rell Battle (Isaiah), and guest stars Tim Heidecker (Rodney Lamonica), Stephanie Nogueras (Camile), Jet Miller (Vanessa), Scott MacArthur (Brock), Wyatt Walter (Corby), Dot-Marie Jones (Jackie Boone), Katie Kershaw (Natalie-Ray Boone), Joe Massingill (Ray-Nathan Boone), Melanie Field (Shayla), Tim Simons (Agent Burton) Fatimah Taliah (Maya), Beck Bennett (Johnny), and Kyle Mooney (Bugs).
The series Co-Showrunners /Writers / Executive Producers are Dan Goor and Luke Del Tredici. Killing It is executive produced by Craig Robinson, and Mark Schulman in partnership with Universal Television.
This season's directors are Mo Marable (Episodes: 201, 202), Michael Weaver (Episodes: 203, 204), Shahrzad Davani (Episodes: 205, 206), Dan Goor (Episode 207), and Luke Del Tredici (Episode 208), and the show was filmed in Los Angeles.
Season one is currently available on Peacock, and with the ten episodes averaging about thirty minutes each, there is still time to catch up.
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