Reservation Dogs – Season Two 
Reservation Dogs might have lost some of its charm in season two, but the show keeps being true to itself by promoting indigenous stories to the masses.
With its sophomore season, the show tries to mine more difficult dilemmas than before with its spiky sense of humor, making for a piquant portrait of a community and a place. Sadly, this mining operation made the show lose its core for most of the season, but it picked up heavily again in its last episode.
In addition to the purely indigenous stories, the second season explores the growing pains of growing up, of asking who they are outside of their childhood friend group. In fact, Reservation Dogs is a lot about listening and absorbing. In the most unlikely place, wisdom is spouted daily from the most unlikely people.
It’s a wonderful way to evolve the series and shift its focus to individual members with the group scattered. However, it made the show lose some of its charm. I just hope they address those issues in a third season.
Should you watch it?
The humor in this season may take a backseat compared to the first one, but it’s in service of more complex storytelling. The Reservation Dogs may not know who they are yet, but this show certainly does.