Sigh. For me, Happy! was one of the best shows currently on TV. And now it’s dead. All thanks to old friend SYFY, who has a bit of a reputation for putting the axe to shows. This includes Deadly Class, which joins Happy! in the grave.
But all is not lost just yet. It’s being reported that both series are indeed being shopped around, so there is still some hope that someone out there beneath the pale moonlight will resurrect Happy! and Deadly Class.
SYFY has released an official trailer for Happy! season two, which once again stars Christopher Meloni as an ex-cop named Nick Sax and Patton Oswalt as an imaginary flying blue unicorn named Happy.
This is easily the batshit craziest show on TV right now, and judging by this new trailer it looks like they’ve cranked that insanity up to 11 for the second season. Which is fitting considering the series comes from Crank and Crank: High Voltage writer and director Brian Taylor. He co-created the series, which is based on the graphic novel of the same name by Grant Morrison and Darick Robertson, with Morrison.
You can find more info on Happy! and check out the official season two trailer below.
SYFY released the first look at season two of one of the craziest shows on television right now, Happy!, for New York Comic-Con 2018.
While not a trailer the preview does offer some peeks at footage from the new season paired with comments from those involved with the show. And one of the clear messages of this first look video is that they’re taking things to new levels of insane in the follow-up season, which is something truly difficult to grasp if you witnessed what they got away with in the first season.
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I don’t get to watch a lot of new TV shows I’m interested in checking out. Mainly because I’m terrible at keeping up with them. A molasses-slow consumer of all things entertainment. If it’s not called Game of Thrones, chances are I’m way behind.
But one new show I just had to check out recently was SYFY’s Happy! and man, am I glad I did. Pretty much every way to describe how crazy the show is has been used by those who have watched it, and they’re all accurate. It’s the most batshit bonkers TV show I have ever seen. Which is why it’s so exciting to learn that SYFY has officially ordered a season two.