Netflix's I Think You Should Leave Season 2 Premiering In July

Tim Robinson's hit comedy series returns for a second season July 6 on Netflix.

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Prepare to have no good car ideas once again when I Think You Should Leave finally returns for a second season on July 6, only on Netflix. The absurd sketch comedy show led by former SNL writer and Detroiters star Tim Robinson debuted on Netflix in April of 2019 and became a cult hit.

The announcement came during Netflix's Geeked Week, which started yesterday and will go through this Friday. The series was originally renewed last year but production, like most things, came to a halt due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The first season showcased a slew of guest stars Sam Richardson, and SNL alumni Vanessa Bayer, Cecily Strong, Andy Samberg, and Will Forte. Even comedy legend Fred Willard participated in a sketch about a comical organ player at a funeral.

Robinson got his start with comedy at the Second City, iO Theater, and even SNL briefly as a featured player and eventually staff writer. He's also done voice-over work for Star Trek: Lower Decks and Big City Greens for Disney, and The Awesomes for Hulu.

I Think You Should Leave gave fans memeable characters and catchphrases in such a short amount of time, and even gave actor Ruben Rabasa the second coming of his career in one of the most memorable sketches of the show.

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