Work In Progress Season 02 Episode 08: Release Date And Watch Online

Work In Progress Season 02 Episode 08 is going to be telecast on Sunday 26 September 2021. Fans are very excited to watch this episode.

Work in Progress is an American comedy television series produced by Showtime that premiered on December 8, 2019. The series was created by Abby McEnany and Tim Mason.

Written and executive produced by McEnany, Mason, and Lilly Wachowski, and directed by Mason. Work in Progress stars McEnany in a semi-autobiographical role.

Alongside Karin Anglin, Celeste Pechous, Julia Sweeney (as a fictionalized version of herself), and Theo Germaine. The entire series was written, filmed, and post-produced in Chicago.

The first season of Work in Progress, consisting of eight episodes, premiered on Showtime on December 8, 2019, and has received positive critical reception.

On January 13, 2020, Showtime renewed the series for a 10-episode second season, to be filmed in Chicago later in the year. The second season premiered on August 22, 2021.

Work In Progress Season 02 Episode 08

About The Plot

A self-identified “fat, queer dyke” name Abby enters into a transformative relationship during a time of crisis.

Abby, a 45-year-old self-identified fat, queer dyke whose misfortune and despair unexpectedly lead her to a vibrantly transformative relationship.

Chicago improves mainstay Abby McEnany co-created/stars in this uniquely human comedy series.

Work In Progress Season 02 Episode 08 Release Date

‘FTP’ is set to unveil on Sunday 26 September 2021.

In this episode, Abby is forced to reckon with both the country’s and her personal history of racism, police violence, and grief as she pens her company’s “Black Lives Matter solidarity statement.”

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Where To Watch

You can watch it on Showtime. You can also watch work in progress latest, and previous episodes on Hotstar, Hulu, Amazon prime videos, and youtube.

Work in progress is also available on various websites like IMDb, penalize, tvguide, and rotten tomatoes.

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