[05/22/17 - 11:30 AM] Video: "Flaked" - Season 2 - Official Trailer Season two launches globally on Netflix on Friday, June 2.
[via press release from Netflix]
Netflix Debuts Trailer, Key Art & First Look Images For Flaked S2
In this season of Flaked, Chip's web of lies become more tangled than he ever imagined. Will the truth set him free?
Flaked S2 launches globally on Netflix on Friday, June 2. Season 1 is now streaming at Netflix.com/Flaked.
In the new season of Flaked, Chip returns to Venice after a short exile and finds that he is no longer welcome. People have not forgotten that he sold out the local community. And for what... ? Chip's lost everything: his store, his friends, his reputation, his bicycle... he doesn't even have a guest house to live in. All he's got left is London, and she's beginning to look elsewhere - spiritually, if not physically.
Chip starts to claw his way back into the affections of the community, first asking Dennis to be his sponsor, then helping his friend in a new business venture, and even doing an honest day's work... But the lies are never too far behind, and just when it looks as though he's won back his friend and stabilized his relationship, everything splinters again and he slips back into the bottle...
It becomes clear that he needs to make a choice: his best friend or the love of his life. Lies or sobriety.
Flaked is created by Will Arnett and Mark Chappell and executive produced by Arnett, Chappell, Ben Silverman, Peter Principato, and Mitch Hurwitz. The series stars Will Arnett ("Chip"), David Sullivan ("Dennis"), Ruth Kearney ("London"), George Basil ("Cooler") and Lenora Crichlow ("Rosa").
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