According to BGR, “Space (mission) is… Tough” and “Nowhere to Go, Only Up”. Here are some of Netflix’s promotional language and posters associated with”Space Force Season 2″, This workplace comedy satirizes the establishment of the U.S. Space Force in reality.
These are all relevant to Netflix’s fictional new military establishment, but they also apply to the context of the show itself.
Critics broadly slammed the first season of the series, starring Steve Carell.
Because “Space Force” reunites Carell with “The Office” creator Greg Daniels.
However, Netflix has at least given the show another chance, with a second season now streaming on the platform.
Yet a lot of fans actually like the show, and the Rotten Tomatoes audience rating certainly shows that.
BGR believes that if people are fans of “The Office”-style series, there’s no reason not to get some good, sitcom-style entertainment from the show.
Carell’s performance of General Mark R. Naird almost feels like Michael Scott’s older, more successful older brother.
It’s also Dunder Mifflin-style humor.
You’ll see lines like this, when Carell’s General Mark R. Naird is given command of the Space Force in a formal ceremony, saying, “I just wish my parents were here to see this. But they Couldn’t get the flight from New Jersey in time.”
“The second season of ‘Space Force’ continues as General Naird and his underdog team have to prove their worth to the new government while dealing with interpersonal challenges,” Netflix’s summary explains. “Will this team unite or fall apart under pressure? The Space Force is only human after all.”
The good news is that the early reviews that have been circulating so far seem to be much more positive than last season.
In fact, the show currently has a 100% freshness rating on Rotten Tomatoes and an 95% popcorn score.
Of course, only six critics are currently commenting on the new season.
Here’s what some Rotten Tomatoes users are saying about the new series: