New comedy and dramatic stories in the second season of Atypical which follows the life a 18-year-old Sam who is on the autism spectrum. Sam has a big desire to find a girlfriend and seek for independence, this thing may affects badly on his mother. Season two intends clashes between Sam and Casey as he can't find a therapist and she is worried about her new school.
There is no sophomore slump to be found in Atypical. The show is as excellent as it was last year, if not more so. Its sweetness and lack of desire to be crass for crass' sake is just refreshing in today's modern television landscape.
While Sam's disorder provides a unique perspective to the world of Atypical, the show is about so much more than that. Season 2 pushes this even further...and finds new ways to enlighten, inspire and surprise by endearing us deeper to its characters.