In its second season, Ramy Youssef’s series about a first-generation Egyptian American doesn’t shy away from exploring the thornier aspects of the protagonist’s life.
There aren’t many shows that are willing to drag their title character through the mud of a moral obstacle course the way that Ramy has. Ramy Hassan (the fictional alter ego of creator Ramy Youssef) is hot off season one, where he was a selfish, misled twenty-something eager to get the most out of his life and live it in a way that is in line with his faith.
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