Here we have the continuation of the dark comedy about a boy and his dog. In the second season of Wilfred we find Ryan (Elijah Wood) with a whole new perspective on his life. Ryan decides to make a fresh start with an actual job and a new girl in his life. But we all know who man’s best friend is. Even though Ryan believes he has everything figured out, Wilfred makes him realize that he has a lot more to learn about life.
The video is your typical 1080p resolution. The colors are crisp and the and the detail is sharp. Like all HD this one is definitely a nice one for a TV show. The blacks are all solid and everything looks even better than it did when it was broadcast on TV.
The audio is a DTS-HD 5.1. The audio is good for what it is. You will not be blown out of your seats, because if youve seen the previous season, this aint a sound dependent show. Yes, the voices are clear, and never drowned out but any music or background noise.
Overall I enjoyed this second season immensely. I thought the first season was petty decent, and I was not sure if they could continue with the same type of show, but they did. Elijah Wood and Jason Gann play their roles perfectly and I don’t know that I could picture anyone else playing these parts. It actually took me a few episodes to see the genius in the show, when I first started watching season one, but if you stick with it, it will definitely surprise you and you won’t want to shut it off. If you are a fan of the dark comedy then you will definitely enjoy this. On the other side of the spectrum if you are not into the subtle dry humor you probably have not even made it to the second season! Pick up season one when you head to the store to grab season two, you won’t be disappointed.