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Netflix ‘Last One Standing’ Season 2 Review - The Hilarious Battle for Comedy Continues

The second season of the Japanese comedy survival talk show returns again with comedians pitted against each other in a series of comedic battles and intense challenges.

Arpita Mondal - Tue, 10 Oct 2023 19:03:28 +0100 709 Views
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Last One Standing is a Japanese comedy survival talk show that premiered on Netflix in 2022. The show features a group of comedians competing against each other in a series of comedic battles and intense challenges. The comedians must use their wit and comedic skills to survive and ultimately be crowned the Last One Standing.

The show also features some guest appearances by famous actors and celebrities, such as Takuya Kimura, Masami Nagasawa, Ken Watanabe, Naomi Watanabe, and more. They play important roles in the drama segments and also join in the talk battles with the cast members. Some of them are allies, while some of them are enemies who try to sabotage the cast members’ stories.

Last One Standing Season 2 picks up where the first season left off, with the comedians returning to compete for the grand prize. The show features a new cast of comedians, as well as some returning favorites from the first season.

In each episode, the comedians compete in a series of comedic challenges, such as telling jokes on a specific topic, improvising scenes, or participating in physical comedy challenges. The comedians are judged by a panel of judges, and the comedian who performs the worst in each challenge is eliminated.

As the competition progresses, the comedians must become more and more creative and strategic in order to stay in the game. The show also features a number of dramatic twists and turns, as the comedians form alliances and betray each other in their quest to be the Last One Standing.

The show is a genre mash-up that combines comedy with romance, high school life, police procedural, sci-fi, and horror. The show is full of witty jokes, funny stories, unexpected twists, dramatic moments, meta-humor, self-referential jokes, shocking revelations, secrets, suspense, tension, emotional moments, heartwarming moments, and more.

The show also has a lot of meta-humor and self-referential jokes that poke fun at the cast members’ careers, scandals, relationships, and more. The show does not take itself too seriously and allows the cast members to improvise and express themselves freely.

The show sometimes relies too much on slapstick humor or crude jokes that may not appeal to everyone or may offend some viewers. The show also sometimes drags on too long or repeats some jokes or stories that may lose their impact or freshness. The show also sometimes has some plot holes or inconsistencies that have given me a quite deal of confusion.

I really enjoyed watching Last One Standing Season 2. The show is a great mix of comedy and drama, and it's really entertaining to see how the comedians react to the different challenges that they are thrown into.

I also thought that the challenges in Season 2 were well-designed and creative. They were challenging enough to make the comedians work hard, but they were also fair and gave all of the comedians a chance to show off their comedic skills.

One of the things that I liked most about Last One Standing Season 2 was that it was unpredictable. The show featured several dramatic twists and turns, which kept me guessing until the very end. I also liked the fact that the show had a bit of everything, from comedy to drama to romance.

What I didn't like about Season 2 is that the show was a bit too slow at times. It was clear from the early episodes who the frontrunners were, and it was also clear who was going to be eliminated first. This made the show a bit less suspenseful than it could have been.

I thought Last One Standing Season 2 was a good show. However, the show could have been improved if the comedians had been more focused on being funny than on winning the competition and if the show had been a bit less predictable.

Final Score – [6.5/10]
Reviewed by - Arpita Mondal
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Publisher at Midgard Times



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