The Comeback, Season 2HD
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Talk about a Comeback! Nine years after its debut, the HBO comedy series “The Comeback” returns with Lisa Kudrow reprising her Emmy(R)-nominated role. Valerie Cherish (Kudrow) was once a pioneer of reality TV. Now, there's more TV than ever, and the one-time sitcom star wants back in. Hiring a student film crew to shoot footage she hopes will put her back on the map, Valerie is irate when she learns her former nemesis (and fresh out of rehab) Paulie G. has a new HBO show--based on his experiences working with her. Crashing the HBO offices crying defamation, she winds up getting the role based on herself. Returning cast members include Lance Barber, Dan Bucatinsky, Robert Michael Morris, Damian Young, Laura Silverman and Malin Akerman.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoValerie Makes a Pilot||While shooting footage for a reality TV pilot she hopes will get picked up by Bravo, Valerie Cherish learns that her nemesis Paulie G. is creating a series for HBO about a sitcom writer and his relationship with a neurotic older actress--a redhead named 'Mallory Church.' After dropping in on Andy Cohen's lunch at the Chateau Marmont, an incensed Valerie crashes the HBO offices to get them to cease and desist.||41:07||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoValerie Tries to Get Yesterday Back||Preferring she use a professional crew for behind-the-scenes footage of 'Seeing Red,' HBO asks Valerie to bring back Jane, the producer who followed her on 'Room and Bored.' Meanwhile, Val's publicist Billy gets her an appointment with celebrity stylist Brad Goreski for the Golden Globes.||29:54||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoValerie Is Brought to Her Knees||The first day on set for 'Seeing Red,' Valerie is excited to meet her A-list co-star, who will be playing the fictionalized Paulie G. When line producer Ron says they may have to cut some of Mallory's scenes, Valerie offers up her own house as a location, to Mark's chagrin. After brushing up on her improv skills at The Groundlings Theatre, Valerie becomes anxious about filming an intimate scene.||29:45||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoValerie Saves the Show||Valerie makes an impulsive decision when she learns that some of her 'Seeing Red' scenes may be cut. Later, Valerie brushes up on her improv skills at The Groundlings Theatre.||25:00||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoValerie Is Taken Seriously||On the set of 'Seeing Red,' a new director's decision to use a green screen takes Valerie out of her comfort zone. Billy flips out when HBO publicity sets up an exclusive interview for Valerie with The New York Times. Later, worried about an increasingly agitated Paulie G., Valerie pays a visit to his old writing partner.||32:32||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoValerie Cooks in the Desert||Valerie tries to plan a special date night for her and Mark, but a grueling day-long reshoot in the desert thwarts her plans. Meanwhile, Valerie sets off Paulie's anxiety by talking about 'Seeing Red's early reviews.||32:03||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|7||HDClosed CaptioningVideoValerie Faces the Critics||After an appearance on 'The Talk,' Valerie's marriage is tested when Jane convinces her to wear a mic on a reconciliatory dinner with Mark. After a pit stop to check up on Mickey, who was a no-show earlier that day, Valerie is grilled by bloggers while doing an Emmy(R) press junket for 'Seeing Red.'||32:19||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|8||HDClosed CaptioningVideoValerie Gets What She Really Wants||It's Emmy(R) weekend and Valerie is getting her first real taste of success thanks to her popular performance in Seeing Red. At Juna's big Hollywood party, Valerie turns a few heads including that of her hunky former Room and Bored co-star, who is now a big action film movie star, Chris McNess. And, Valerie wonders if her husband Mark, despite all their differences, will be there with her on the biggest night of her life.||54:30||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|101||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Comeback, Season 2: Trailer||Valerie Cherish (Lisa Kudrow) prepares to make yet another comeback in the long-awaited Season 2 of the HBO comedy series 'The Comeback.'||1:32||Free||View in iTunes|
|102||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Comeback: Season 2 Invitation to the Set||Lisa Kudrow and Michael Patrick King open up about bringing back Valerie Cherish and company for Season 2 of HBO's 'The Comeback.'||1:37||Free||View in iTunes|
|103||HDVideoThe Comeback: Season 2 'Seeing Red' Invitation to the Set||Join Lisa Kudrow and her alterego Valerie Cherish on the Season 2 set of the HBO comedy series 'The Comeback.'||1:07||Season Only||View in iTunes|
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I loved the first season, but this second season is absolutely hilarious and heartbreaking. Every episode was great, the story so well-told and acted and this is not my car, Jane. Jane?!
Give Lisa Kudrow all the Emmys!
Even better than the first season!
caustic, heartbreaking, brilliant
I’m writing this review because this show, which is THE LOWEST RATED ON TELEVISION, is one of the most brilliant television programs of the last twenty or thirty years. Kudrow is perfection. Performances do not get any better. Her modulation of this character is miraculous to behold. The comedy is so dry and deadpan and multivalent that simps won’t get it, But it is genius, heartbreaking satire and very very funny. This season deepens the relationships in great ways. Robert Michael Morris is a revelation at Mickey. The whole cast is exquisite. A jewel in HBO’s crown, ratings or no. This is essential viewing.