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The Other Two

The Other Two

Photo Credit:  Jon Pack/Comedy Central
  • Premiered: 
    January 24, 2019
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  • Network: Comedy Central
  • Category: Series
  • Genre: Comedy (Sitcom)
  • Type: Live Action
  • Concept: 
    Created by Chris Kelly & Sarah Schneider 
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    Season 2

Plot Synopsis

Created by, written by and executive produced by Chris Kelly and Sarah Schneider, THE OTHER TWO is a half-hour comedy series that focuses on Cary, a 29-year-old aspiring actor wondering why he can't get better auditions than "Man At Party Who Smells Fart," and his 30-year-old sister, former professional child dancer Brooke, who aspires to be anything other than what she is right now. As the two siblings work towards finding themselves, they must also confront the dueling emotions of envy and pride brought on by the overnight internet fame of their younger brother, 14-year-old singer Chase. Guest stars for Season 1 include: Beck Bennett, Kate Berlant, Michael Che, Andy Cohen, Heidi Gardner, Jackie Hoffman, Daniel K. Isaac, Brandon Scott Jones, Richard Kind, Greta Lee, Tinsley Mortimer, Andy Ridings, Josh Segarra, Wanda Sykes, Julio Torres, JJ Totah and Patrick Wilson.
The second season of THE OTHER TWO debuted on Thursday, August 26, 2021, as HBO Max released the first two episodes. With their pop star brother, ChaseDreams, officially entering retirement at the ripe old age of 14, Brooke and Cary must now contend with a new famous family member: their 53-year-old mother Pat, and her eponymous daytime talk show. Humiliated at being The Other Two yet again, they double down and make it their mission not to be. Two episodes drop each Thursday through September 23. Season 2 guest stars include Ali Ahn, James Anderson, Justin Bartha, Jordana Brewster, Alessia Cara, Marcia DeBonis, Andrew Keenan-Bolger, Ryan Farrell, Jimmy Fowlie, Noah Galvin, Zosia Mamet, Debi Mazar, Derek Peth, Alison Rich, Tuc Watkins, Bowen Yang and Ian Ziering.


Production & Distribution

  • Produced by Broadway Video