'Dead to Me' Season 2: Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini's chemistry moves binge-watching fans to tears

'If there’s an emergency and you need my help call someone else because I don’t care,' tweeted an excited fan


                            'Dead to Me' Season 2: Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini's chemistry moves binge-watching fans to tears
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Spoilers for Season 2 of 'Dead to Me' 

Liz Feldman's 'Dead to Me' returned on Netflix continuing the saga that began in the first season. Picking up right where we left off last year, the story this time around gets darker and murkier as it draws Jen Harding (Christina Applegate) and Judy Hale (Linda Cardellini) deeper and deeper into the mess that was started a year ago. 

"I’m so happy dead to me is back," tweeted a fan. "OMG OMG DEAD TO ME IS OUT," added another. 

Many have booked their day — nothing but 'Dead to Me' today. "I’ll be watching Dead To Me season 2 today no one talk to me unless you’re @1capplegate." Once started, fans absolutely cannot leave their screens for anything else. Today, the show gets all their attention. "Starting episode 3 of #DeadToMe and bless this show, what a wonderful mess to watch."

"If anyone needs me i’ll be in my dressing gown binging season 2 of ‘dead to me’ all day so if there’s an emergency and you need my help call someone else because i don’t care," tweeted an excited fan.

Fans had waited a long time for Liz Feldman's show to return with its second installment. At the end of Season 1, in a very surprising, twisted season finale, Jen had murdered Steve Wood (James Marsden), who was lying dead in her pool the last we saw him. Desperate, she calls Judy for help after asking her to leave. 

But the events of this season only bring them closer — promising the audience more twists and turns that will blow their minds. 

Safe to say, fans of the show are immensely glad to have Applegate and Cardellini back. "@deadtome is so good, if you haven't already seen it, just watch it. @1capplegate and @lindacardellini have so much chemistry. This show is hilarious, vulnerable and they say fuck a lot. That's my vibe," tweeted a fan.

At the same time, it must be noted that the show is more emotionally heavy than the previous season, which is contagious. "God Christina and Linda must of had such bad headaches filming this season. They’re just crying and crying and I’m crying and I have a headache. Oh my god," tweeted a fan.

But if all that drama brings Applegate and Cardellini together, who is complaining?

Season 2 of 'Dead to Me' is currently streaming on Netflix.

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