Showtime Releases 'Flatbush Misdemeanors' Season 2 Trailer

Watch a trailer for Season 2 of 'Flatbush Misdemeanors' ahead of its June premiere on Showtime.
by Danielle Turchiano — 

From left to right: Kevin Iso and Dan Perlman in 'Flatbush Misdemeanors'


The second season of Flatbush Misdemeanors will launch first on Showtime's streaming platforms (on June 17) and then air linearly (on June 19 at 11 p.m.), and the network just released a trailer for the new season, which you can watch below.

The show comes from creators Kevin Iso and Dan Perlman, who also star in the comedy as longtime friends who are juggling the worlds of art, drugs, bike repair, and also, teaching, as Dan (Perlman) announces that he got his day job back in the trailer (though he is also still battling some addiction demons.)

"You two haven't changed one bit," Dan and Kevin are told in the trailer. "You're both still so dry and awkward."

After the events of Season 1, Kevin is trying to distance himself from Drew (Hassan Johnson), while Dan and Drew's connection only grows stronger. Meanwhile, Drew's niece Zayna (Kristin Dodson) is also trying to distance herself from her family because of its troubled past, which keeps coming back to haunt Drew.

"Manifestation is real," Zayna says.

The series also stars Kareem Green as Kareem, who is still working in bike repair but having a bit of identity crisis.

The second season consists of 10 new episodes that will air on Sundays on Showtime. It is executive produced by Iso, Perlman, showrunner Keith Heisler, and Avalon's Richard Allen-Turner, Jon Thoday, David Martin, and Chloe Pisello. The show is a co-production between Avalon and Showtime. Season 1 has a Metascore of 72. Season 2 reviews have not yet been published.