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Returning to the drama that follows the day by day activity of Ramy Hassan, a youthful Muslim person, who explores through life in New Jeresy, where he battles against managing his adolescent life with his Muslims period. In this new season, Ramy battles against discovering genuine romance.
Throughout the 30-minute format provides enough time to get the story told without lollygagging..."Ramy" will jump from one scene to the next almost before you can get the laugh out. Yet it rarely seems hurried.
It's difficult to make a show about a protagonist who's as lazily acquiescent as Ramy, especially when supporting characters are seldom given the vivivdness to shine on their own. And yet it's impossible not to be moved by season two's guiding observation
Perhaps the most potent insight in this second season is the lead's amenable but pathological defiance of personal responsibility, his well-meaning and winsome brew of good intentions and self-obsession.