Here's everything we know so far about Dave Season 2, from release date and cast to where the plot is headed next and when the first trailer will drop. Dave is a half-hour comedy on FX and streaming on Hulu. It is produced by and stars Jewish-American rapper Lil Dicky, real name David Burd, and tells a fictionalized version of Lil Dicky's real-life rise to prominence as a rapper in Los Angeles.
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The rapper and actor capped the first season of his semi-autobiographical FXX series Dave with a fitting finale episode that kicked off on an outrageous music video and ended in a self-referential freestyle. Lil Dicky. Between debuting the "extremely offensive" track "Jail" about trying to avoid being raped behind bars and impressing Charlamagne tha God, Dave the character dealt with accusations of cultural appropriation and feelings of being artistically controlled by his new label. Well, after his breakup with Ally Taylor Misiak in episode 9, he couldn't go to her for support, and instead got a lousy thumbs-up in response to his "I miss you" text. To break down the first season of Dave , which is on track to be FX's most-watched comedy, EW chatted with Burd about getting feedback from famous fans, deciding to make a song that the real Lil Dicky couldn't, and having more confidence than ever. It's got to feel like a milestone after all the work you've put in on this very personal journey. It's only this past Saturday that I handed it in. Like, we've been working on this show all the way up until the week before the episodes go on TV. And I feel like I've been just working the whole time, so I feel like this is the first week where I'm free and can really just sit back and be happy about the success of the show.
Their histories are remarkably similar, particularly the fact that both are best known for being the rapper Lil Dicky, even though they both still introduce themselves as Dave. Still following? With barely any music out, he used to tell record labels that he was going to become one of the biggest artists in the world. Burd acknowledges how ridiculous some of the things that come out his mouth may sound, even to himself. Those are delusions of grandeur that are off the charts. When people count the many hundreds of series that make up this Age of Too Much Television, they tend to refer only to the obvious places — broadcast, cable and the big-deal streamers Netflix, Amazon and Hulu.
All episodes are now streaming on Hulu. Host Charlamagne tha God takes an instant dislike to our hero, particularly for his insistence on introducing himself to everyone with his real name rather than his rap name. The scene is the narrative climax of Dave Season One, since it gives Dave the big stage he has always insisted he deserves. Here was an episode smart and empathetic and poignant enough to merit comparisons with Atlanta , for reasons beyond both shows taking place in the rap world and being part of the FX brand. And it suggested that those early installments were keenly aware of their own scatological awkwardness. Instead, he offers to freestyle live on air, and is so confident and clever that even his hosts are won over. Yet the final sequence is a triumph for the two Daves and for Lil Dicky all at the same time — and a fitting conclusion to a show whose promise really snuck up on me.