'Can you root for somebody who has done wrong?' Dead To Me season two review

This is a soapy Netflix drama, so more information will be revealed as you watch, but at the end of season 1 it’s crystal clear that Steve (James Marsden) is floating in a pool surrounded by his own blood and Jen is the one who put him there. Now, in season 2, Jenand her best friend Judy (Linda Cardellini), who just so happens to be Steve’s ex-fiance, are tasked with covering up Steve’s death and masking the guilt that comes along with that. He backed out ofa real estate deal with Jen that cost her a ton of money. Especially because you pretty quickly, early on in the season, understand why Jen’s doing what she’s doing,” she tells Refinery29 in late April via video chat. There’s a dichotomy to being a human being, which is that we know better, but we still do bad things sometimes.” And while Jen is definitely a generally good person who did a bad thing, Feldman notes that she’s also “a deeply flawed character who needs to look at herself.” What better way to tease that out someone than to drop them in a giant vat of guilt for 10 episodes? The trailer teases with moments like Jen chastising Judy about their situation, saying “Not everything’s a Disney movieabout to start, f*****g castles and sparkle time, okay?” (A gem. In season 2, the stress of hiding her crime gets to her pretty quickly, which leads us to one of Jen’smorenotable attributes: Her anger. “I was really blown away by how much women specifically related to heranger.” But that rage unchecked, as it was when Jen dispatched Steve from this earthly plane, is what Feldman wanted to dig into for season 2 — without condemning her character for expressing it other times.  “There are two sides to anger.