Alexa & Katie’s second season enhances what worked the first season, but forgets developing most of the characters that fill out the cast.
Alexa & Katie is a throwback to simpler times. Back when kids shows didn’t have political elements or were about starting larger conversations. It is just simple jokes and characters, with a cancer gimmick for some flavor.
Alexa and Katie seems like something Netflix stole from the Disney Channel in terms of both the way the comedy is set up and Disney’s new venture into more mature topics.
The second season of One Day At A Time comes swinging hard and though it gets formulaic after a certain point, it never really loses its heart and passion for what it is trying to represent.
As Elena and Alex’s homecoming dance comes around, Max reveals something which could mess up his relationship with Penelope.