'Grace and Frankie' Season 2 Trailer Released, Features Characters' Hilarious Antics

Netflix comedy-drama series "Grace and Frankie" is set to return to the small screen soon for its second season and it's expected to be packed with more senior citizen humor. According to a report by Deadline Hollywood, the Internet subscription service company released the sitcom's trailer already on YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Aside from that, they also unveiled the official key art for the upcoming season.

And though the show garnered a reputation of being one of Netflix's less hyped up series compared to other shows like "Orange is the New Black" and "House of Cards," there is still a lot to expect in the second installment. The trailer featured returning stars Jane Fonda, who plays as Grace, and Lily Tomlin, who plays as Frankie. It also centered on the two ladies' comical antics like Grace pouring a full bottle of Vodka into a watermelon and Frankie rolling up the windows on a police officer after being pulled over for expired license.

The trailer no doubt shows that season 2 is going to have its viewers laughing and probably even feeling sentimental as it will pick up with Grace and Frankie trying to move on with their lives after their husbands (Martin Sheen and Sam Waterston) left them, revealing that they are gay and in love with each other.

Hypable also detailed that the new season will have Grace and Frankie's business idea bloom. In the first season, Frankie introduced to Grace her homemade organic personal lubricant made out of yams. Grace loved it and they will soon launch the product in the market. It's still to be known though how the two will work things out for that. As for the dating scene, Grace has no problem with it while Frankie barely tried it. Her separation from Sol has been hard for her since the two were like best friends. But maybe this season, she will have it a go.

"Grace and Frankie" season 2 will return on Netflix on May 6, as noted in Digital Trends.

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