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The second season of the American animated sitcom Duncanville refers to the second broadcast season. It premiered on Fox on May 23, 2021 with a 1-hour premiere. On May 31, the show moved to its new day and time of Mondays at 9:30/8:30c.

Premise

Duncanville follows 15-year old Duncan Harris, who is always one step from making a bad decision, and his family and friends.

Production

On April 6, 2020, Fox renewed the series for a second season, bringing the total number of episodes to 26.

On the Comic Con @ Home panel, Mike Scully said that there will be an episode about the family taking a summer vacation because Duncan doesn't have summer school for the first time. Another episode will be about Duncan saying "the thing you never say to your parents". Other storylines include Duncan and Kimberly being sent to therapy camp, Jing and Jack starting a child birthday band together, with Annie managing them, and Duncan racing stock cars. These episodes will be part of the second production cycle (2LAZxx).[1]

Cast

Main

Episodes

Press Release Image Title Original airdate Production code Season Episode # Overall # TV rating Viewers in Millions #
Duncanville 210 DasBananaBoot 06 17 36 v01.jpg "Das Banana Boot" (SEASON PREMIERE) May 23, 2021 2LAZ01 1 12 TV-14 (DLV) 0.80[2]
Duncan avoids summer school for the first time, and the family goes on vacation.
Duncanville 202 DuncansNewWord 04 16 42 v01.jpg "Duncan's New Word" May 23, 2021 2LAZ02 2 13 TV-14 (LV) 0.71[3]
Duncan says the one thing no kid should ever say to their dad, which shifts their power dynamic and forces Jack to confront his own father.
Duncanville 204 WhosVroominWho 10A 08 024 v1.jpg "Who's Vroomin' Who?" May 31, 2021 2LAZ04 3 14 TV-14 (LS) 0.74[4]
Duncan starts racing stock cars to get away from his mom, but it turns out they make a great racing team. Jing demands a room renovation, so she can secretly spend more time with Kimberly, while Jack struggles with the project.
Duncanville 203 SiblingRevelry 01 19 030 v1.jpg "Sibling Revelry" June 7, 2021 2LAZ03 4 15 TV-14 0.71[5]
Duncan and Kimberly are sent away to therapy camp, so Annie and Jack can get them to stop fighting with each other.
Duncanville 112 PartyLikeARocketStar 109 03 072 v1.jpg "Party Like a Rocket Star" June 14, 2021 1LAZ12 5 16 TV-14 0.64[6]
Jack and Annie hijack a middle school party thrown by the cool kids, to which Kimberly wasn’t invited.
Duncanville 113 AnnieOakie 13 02 20 043 v2.jpg "Annie Oakie" June 21, 2021 1LAZ13 6 17 TV-14 0.75[7]
Annie battles the city mayor for the town's prestigious Oakie Award.
Duncanville.jpg "That Jing You Do" June 28, 2021 2LAZ05 7 18 TV-14 0.64[8]
Jing and Jack start a child birthday band together and Annie takes on managing them.
Duncanville.jpg "Crimes and Misters Demean Her" July 12, 2021 2LAZ06 8 19 TV-14 0.65[9]
Jack coaches Jing's little league soccer team.
Duncanville.jpg "Stan in the Place You Live" July 19, 2021 2LAZ07 9 20 TV-14 0.71[10]
Duncan skips the PSATs to hang out with his grifter Uncle Stan, to the disappointment of Annie and Jack. Meanwhile, Jack, Kimberly and Jing clean the creepy attic to stay on Annie's good side.
Duncanville.jpg "Off to the Braces" August 16, 2021 2LAZ08 10 21 TV-14 0.62[11]
Kimberly gets her braces off and finds new popularity. Jack accidentally has his ponytail cut and embraces his new persona of authority.
Duncanville.jpg "Jurannie Park" August 23, 2021 2LAZ09 11 22 TV-14 0.66[12]
Annie is suspended from her job and bonds with a group of birds that ends up invading their home. Kimberly tries to call a boy and Duncan wants to jump to a high branch.
Duncanville.jpg "Witch Day 2" (SEASON FINALE) August 30, 2021 2LAZ10 12 23 TV-14 0.70[13]
TBA


Future episodes

For future episodes without scheduled airdates, see Unknown season.

References

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