Season 2 of ‘The Upshaws’: Plot, Release Date, and Everything Else We Know
The Upshaws is one of Netflix’s best kept secrets. The sitcom, created by Wanda Sykes and Regina Y. Hicks, follows a Black middle-class family lead by Mike Epps, a well-meaning mechanic, and his high school sweetheart wife Regina (Kim Fields). The show chronicles their daily lives as they deal with issues such as relationship changes, job failures, and co-parenting with one of Bennie’s former flings. It has an old-fashioned air to it, similar to Martin or My Wife and Kids, but with contemporary references and criticism.
Fans and critics alike praised The Upshaws when it premiered on Netflix in May 2021. Those who enjoyed it will undoubtedly hope for a second season, but will The Upshaws Season 2 be produced? Find out everything we know about the upcoming Netflix series right here.
‘The Upshaws’ picks off where ‘The Upshaws’ left off.
Season 1 mostly focused on Bennie and Regina’s marriage disintegration. Regina finally evicted him from their home due to his dishonesty and other bad behavior. Even his legendary “makeup cakes” couldn’t persuade her otherwise. She allowed Bennie back home after he made a sincere plea for her to let him be present for their children.
Their relationship remained tight, especially when Regina became concerned about Bennie’s growing bond with the kids. However, towards the conclusion of the season, she’d warmed up to him and began to appreciate him more. The doorbell then rang. It was a young lady who claimed to be Bennie’s daughter. “[N-word, really?!”] exclaims the narrator. Before the screen cut and the titles played, Regina’s sister, Lucretia, questioned in disbelief.
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Season 2 of ‘The Upshaws’ will undoubtedly be filled with drama.
What happens following that scene will be fascinating to watch. Regina, if she’s anything like me, won’t take Bennie having another child well, and she might even… This is a condensed version of the narrative. I hope you found it entertaining.