Mall walking is back and cooler than ever.
CBCâ€™s My 90-Year-Old Roommateâ€”all 12 episodes ofÂ Season 2 are available now on the network’s websiteâ€”is a comedy series created by Ethan Cole (he also plays Ethan in the series). Based on the viral web series starring Ethan and Joe Cole, Explaining Things to My Grandfather, Season 1 oaired in 2016 (catch up on Season 1 here).
If you are a newcomer to My 90-Year-Old Roommate, hereâ€™s a little flashback to what happened in the first season. Ethan (Ethan Cole) moved in with his grandpa Joe (Paul Soles). Jobless, slacker Ethan is always seeking love via dating apps. The one thing he wants to do for sure is get laid and have fun. On the other hand, his grandfather is more traditional. He tries to teach his grandson how to be a well-mannered man in modern society. The combination of watching these two worlds, modern and old-fashioned, through the lens of My 90-Year-Old RoommateÂ is truly addictive. But there is more than just a relationship between a grandson and grandpa. Itâ€™s a mirror of two generations that try to coexist.
The first season was lively, bright and unfortunately ended really quickly. I’m thrilled CBC greenlit a second season.
SeasonÂ 2 starts with an episode about live streaming when Joe learns what it is and its potential. And Ethan, the wonderful grandsonÂ that he is, makes live videos from all the important occasions Joe doesn’t want to attend, whether it’s a funeral (if you’re watching from home you can eat candy!) or a circumcision ceremony. One of the live streams doesn’t end very well, but it’s for you to find out which one! Upcoming storylines see Ethan and Paul double date, transform a knitting club into an e-commerce venture and explore self-diagnosis via Web MD.
Season 2 of My 90-Year-Old Roommate is available on CBC’s website now.
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Really enjoyed Season 1 of My 90 year old roommate and very looking forward to watching Season 2. Paul Soles still has the “right stuff”
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