This season, singer Jasmin's musical career begins overnight as she appears to have witnessed a tragic accident that is changing the course of things. Now, Jasmin begins receiving enthusiastic applause everywhere she goes, but she soon realizes that recognition may come through a deal. At this point, Irene's unusual student interest appears to be an easy target in her new boarding school for all girls.
But better is a relative term, and it's important to note even the cleverest and most socially relevant stuff still can't hold a candle to the lofty heights achieved by the very best of the original show.
The second season of the science-fiction anthology series continues to suffer from what I call the John Carter Jinx - an affliction that affects properties that have inspired countless imitators, but in the process been overtaken by them.
One of the major issues of Peele's debut season was the runtime for episodes. This season is no exception, and of the three episodes screened, only one truly earns the extra half-hour - and even then, it could easily be chiseled down.