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Are you watching 'Strangers' Season 2?


The real-life hilarity of Girls with a realistically inclusive cast. 

What if we told you there is a show that's like Lena Dunham's Girls in its artistic direction, but is way more inclusive in its cast of diverse characters, actors, and storylines. Plus, it doesn't require a TV subscription that you don't have. Skeptical? Well that show exists and it's called Strangers. After the second season's premiere during the Sunday of Pride Week, Strangers celebrates self-discovery and reevaluating life well into adulthood.

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The second season of the Refinery29-produced and Mia Lidofsky created, directed, and co-written series picks up right where the first season left off--protagonists Isobel (Zoe Chao) and Cam (Meredith Hagner) have moved from Los Angeles to New York. This time, Isobel is no longer the host but the house guest as she navigates living in New York City by booking one stay on the "Where I Wanna BnB" app at a time. Not only will audiences experience the homes and lives of different New Yorkers during each of the 10, 30-minute episodes of the season, but they will also experience Isobel's ongoing journey of discovery as a biracial, bisexual, now bicoastal woman.

New episodes of Strangers premiere every Sunday on Facebook Watch.

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