Teenage Euthanasia Season 1 Episode 2: Release Date and Watch Online

Teenage Euthanasia Season 1 Episode 2 is going to release on September 20, 2021. Fans are eagerly waiting for new episodes to release.

Teenage Euthanasia is an American animated dark comedy television series created by Alyson Levy and Alissa Nutting. The first episode of Teenage Euthanasia aired on September 6, 2021, and has received a positive response from the audience. The show stars Maria Bamford, Jo Firestone, Tim Robinson and Bebe Neuwirth.

Everything you need to know

The plot of the show revolves around the life of Euthanasia “Annie” who lives with her Grandmother Baba and her uncle Pete. When Annie was born, her mother Trophy ran away as soon as she gave birth to Annie, leaving her newborn behind with her mother. A few years later, Annie’s mother comes back but she is no longer alive. In the first episode “Nobody Beats the Baba” we see how determined Baba was to win the embalming fluid competition.

Something happens when a bolt of lightning strikes Baba’s embalming fluid and Annie’s tears.  The corpse of her mother Trophy comes back to life and leaves everyone in shock. She is resurrected with supernatural abilities and of course, she has been rewarded a second chance for mending her relationship with her daughter and proving worthy of being the mother her daughter deserves.

Teenage Euthanasia Season 1 Episode 2 Release Date

Teenage Euthanasia Season 1 Episode 2 “Teen Eggs and Scram” is scheduled to release on September 20, 2021. The dark comedy and exceptional plot make this show worth watching. We all are eagerly waiting for the new episodes. Yes! the countdown begins and there are just 4 days left for the new episodes to hit streaming platforms.

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Teenage Euthanasia Season 1 Episode 2

Where to watch?

You can stream “Teen Eggs and Scram” on the Adult swim.

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