The second half of PEN15 season two returns to Hulu on Friday, December 3. After debuting partly in 2020 and only returning with one episode in August, the final seven episodes of what will be the final season of the awkward teen comedy will all drop on Friday. Read on for more on how to watch PEN15 season two.
- When Does PEN15 Season 2 Return: Friday, December 3, with the final 7 episodes
- Where to Watch PEN15: Hulu (free trial)
How To Watch PEN15
Every episode from season one of PEN15 is available on Hulu, and all of season 2 will be available starting December 3.
For new subscribers, Hulu offers a free trial month, and then has several different monthly plans to choose from, including:
- $6.99/month with limited commercials
- $12.99/month commercial free
- $69.99/month commercial-free + live TV of up to 50 channels, as well as on-demand feature
Hulu can be watched through Hulu.com online and apps for Apple TV, Roku, Chromecast, Amazon Fire, Xbox, and mobile devices.
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What is Pen15 About
PEN15 is tagged as “middle school as it really happened,” and from the teasers, it doesn’t shy away from any of the embarrassing moments that made adolescence a struggle. From burgeoning sexuality and early romantic encounters to the challenges of changing friendships and being an outcast on the social spectrum, PEN15 tackles each awkward bump on the road to maturity.
The adult comedy series was co-created and written by real-life best friends Maya Erskine (Casual, Insecure) and Anna Konkle (Rosewood, Maron), along with Sam Zvibleman (The Neddeaus of Duqesne Island, Take My Wife), who also directs several episodes.
Erskine and Konkle play 13-year-old versions of themselves, best friends trying to stick together through middle school frustrations. One of the show’s clever elements is plunging the stars in amongst a cast of actual 13-year-olds. While the real-life age difference somewhat adds to the comedy, the two actors manage to capture with convincing earnestness the posture and intonations of young women uncomfortable in their changing bodies.
Produced in part by the Lonely Island comedy team of Andy Samberg, Akiva Schaffer, and Jorma Taccone, as well as Party Over Here, Odenkirk Provissiero, and AwesomenessTV, the series looks to walk the line between raunchy comedy and a candid look at the challenges of growing up. Perhaps a little less earnest than last year’s hit film, Eighth Grade, Hulu’s series still looks to find authenticity in youth experiences.
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