Everything We Know About Kevin Can F**k Himself Season 2 So Far

The second season will also be the last of "Kevin Can F**k Himself," AMC's hit dramedy starring Emmy Award winner, Annie Murphy of "Schitt's Creek" fame. Murphy plays Allison McRoberts, a disillusioned Massachusetts housewife stuck in a loveless marriage to a petulant manchild named Kevin whose antics of weaponized incompetence and straight up emotional manipulation are pushing her to the brink of insanity. Whenever Allison is shown interacting with Kevin, the show resembles a brightly-lit multi-cam sitcom in front of a live studio audience, complete with laugh track, but when Allison is on her own, the world she knows becomes grim and realistic, emphasizing the severity of Kevin's abuse.

It's a shame when any show is canceled prematurely, but fortunately this allows the showrunners to end the show with a cohesive ending, rather than being left on a cliffhanger. Last season saw Allison plotting her escape from her marriage, getting involved with drug trafficking, hiring a hitman, and even plotting to kill her husband herself. Allison is working in cahoots with her neighbor Patty (Mary Hollis Inboden) to get out of Kevin's clutches, while also trying not to get busted by the police, namely Patty's detective sort-of-girlfriend.

When and Where to Watch Kevin Can F**k Himself

Season 2 is set to release sometime in 2022 but no dates have been made available at this time. The show will follow a similar release format to the first season with episodes debuting on the AMC+ streaming service and following a subsequent play on AMC's cable network. The show remains exclusive to AMC but can be watched through Amazon Prime with the AMC premium subscription as well as YouTube TV, Philo, Sling TV, FuboTV, and DIRECTV STREAM packages.

What We Think Kevin Can F**k Himself Season 2 Will Be About

Season 1 ended on a cliffhanger with Allison's life going through the ringer. She and Patty's plan for hitman Nick to kill Kevin has backfired, as Kevin is still alive and he ended up shooting Nick in the midst of the conflict. Allison then plants drugs and cash at Nick's house to frame him, so no one will find out it was Patty selling the pills from her salon all along. There's only one problem, Nick isn't dead. Season 2 is definitely going to have to deal with this fall out, and someone's going to have to pay. Drunk off his newly found bravery, Kevin is running for city council and after successfully defending his home with a gun, he's become a hero in Worcester which makes it impossible now for Allison to kill him. He's too well-known and too well-liked, if she's going to take him out, she's going to have to be a lot more careful.

Sam, her high school sweetheart/boss she's been cheating on Kevin with offers her a chance to escape, but she turns it down. It's not just about Kevin anymore, it's about the whole damn system that keeps women dependent on men, and Allison refuses to conform any longer. Is Sam going to snitch on her out of rejection? Will his wife? No way this doesn't come up in season 2.

But What About Neil?

Patty's brother and Kevin's best friend Neil overheard Patty and Allison's plans to kill Kevin in the final moments of the finale, and for the first time in the show's history, broke out of the sitcom world and showed up in the gritty, dramatic reality where pain is very, very real. Neil attempts to choke out Allison in retaliation for her plans to kill his best friend, but Patty saves her by cracking Neil on the head with a glass bottle. It's not made clear what state Neil is in post head trauma, but Patty and Allison are now very much in this together. My assumption is that Neil is going to snitch on the girls and Kevin won't believe him, leading to a genuine rift in their friendship. That, or he's gonna die. Either way, "Kevin Can F**k Himself" season 2 has plenty of storylines to tie up, hopefully leading to a wonderful contained story.