Vince Staples and Andrea Ellsworth in Season 1 of 'The Vince Staples Show.'
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Season 2 of 'The Vince Staples Show' Is Coming to a Small Screen Near You — Details

Vince Staples fans can't get enough of his Netflix series 'The Vince Staples Show.' Here's everything we know about Season 2 so far!

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Jun. 15 2024, Published 9:05 p.m. ET

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Vince Staples’ first television venture, T, blends comedy, drama, and loosely biographical storytelling. The first season, now available for streaming on Netflix, has garnered rave reviews from critics and fans alike for its fresh perspectives and witty moments.

The Vince Staples Show is not your typical celebrity-driven series. The “Norf Norf” rapper brings his signature humor and keen social commentary to the forefront, offering viewers a unique blend of scripted comedy interspersed with real-life elements.

The show is set in Long Beach, Calif., Vince’s hometown, and features a mix of fictionalized scenarios inspired by his life and career.

Vince stars as himself, navigating the often world of fame and music. The series has received generally favorable reviews, with Metacritic giving The Vince Staples Show a 77-audience score.

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Vince Staples performs on the Sounds of the Near Future stage on day two of the Parklife Festival at Heaton Park on June 10, 2018 in Manchester, England.

Will ‘The Vince Staple Show’ be renewed for Season 2?

Critics have praised The Vince Staples Show for its authenticity, humor, and bold storytelling. The Los Angeles Times lauded the show for "breaking new ground in the intersection of music and television," while Variety highlighted Staples' "magnetic screen presence and sharp comedic timing." Fans have also taken to social media to express their excitement and admiration, with many noting how the series offers a refreshing and honest look at urban life.

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Amid the conclusion of Season 1, fans are wondering if The Vince Staples Show will be renewed for another run. Vince opened up about the fate of his Netflix series during an interview with Rolling Stone, and he seemed hopeful.

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Vince Staples performs with Flume onstage at the Coachella Stage.

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“I got to do something that isn’t really done on that network, or just done in general, with trying to break format and conventional comedy,” Vince said.

Since then, Netflix dropped news that the show was, in fact, renewed for Season 2 and will be coming to a small screen near you!

“The Vince Staples Show is back! The people have spoken and the most riveting, captivating, and polarizing show on Netflix is returning for season 2. Get ready for hijinks that only a mother can love. Thank you, Netflix," the rapper said of the show's renewal (per Deadline.)

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Vince Staples performs at Golden 1 Center.

‘The Vince Staple Show’ has been praised by fans.

Critics have praised "The Vince Staples Show" for its authenticity, humor, and bold storytelling.

The Los Angeles Times called the series “an audiovisual experience," comparing it to shows like Atlanta and Master of None. However, Variety felt that the series was incomplete.

“When it’s all said and done, Staples has a lot of great ideas, but they feel mostly unfinished,” the publication said in their review.

Fans have also taken to social media to express their thoughts on the Netflix series. “This Vince Staples Show needs all the awards,” one person tweeted.

Additionally, some internet users called for an Atlanta crossover, as the shows have a similar vibe.

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