Marlon, S2

Hi, I’m writing about NBC Universal’s Marlon for TVSeriesHub, and I just got good news for fans of Marlon Wayans.  Marlon is the TV comedy that follows Marlon and his family as he manages life as a Black father of two, divorced but on good terms with his wife, and also successfully Youtubing comedy videos being that the show is somewhat true-to-life of Wayans’ actual life circumstances.  Two weeks after the Season 1 finale aired on NBC Universal, it comes as a breath of fresh air for fans that Marlon, yes, has been renewed for Season 2.
 

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Release Date: 16 August 2017 (USA)

NBC Universal announced this tonight, as of this writing (September 28, 2017).  I was able to see some of Marlon on the Internet and I enjoyed it, and I even got to live tweet the ninth episode of the ten-season run for Season 1, which was fun as I’d never live-tweeted a TV show before.
 
The use of Marlon’s Youtubing in the course of the story is a nice touch as I haven’t seen a giant amount of such a blend with real life and narrative storytelling, bringing to mind iCarly or ripped-from-the-headlines Law & Order.  It is kind of a postmodern idea to decipher the idea of Youtubing or otherwise going live to video in order to facilitate telling a story.  If you can see where I’m coming from with the idea that it’s a postmodern touch, you can see why it’s fit to be embraced as a computer tech and traditional TV narrative is intertwined.
 
You can find the Marlon show on the Internet at https://www.nbc.com/marlon?nbc=1 and the real-life Marlon Youtube channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyRue5GI0ztrJBw7wBLesgw.  Marlon aired in 2017 on NBC Universal.