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‘Lopez’ Season 2 Poster Teases George Lopez as ‘One Bad Hombre’ (Exclusive Photo)

Funnyman takes back term famously used by Donald Trump

George Lopez is going bad in Season 2 of his TV Land comedy “Lopez,” with TheWrap scoring an exclusive first look at the season’s key art (below).

With the tagline “One Bad Hombre,” Lopez is clearly referencing the phrase so famously used by Donald Trump on the presidential campaign trail… and turning it on its head.

Season 2 finds George frustrated with the tediousness of having to do the same show every night in Vegas.

Along with his manager Olly (Hayley Huntley) and his opening act Maronzio (Maronzio Vance), George tries to move on to bigger and better things that will make him relevant again. This season will also see George exchange one-off dates for a steadier romantic relationship, and Manolo (Anthony “Citric” Campos) will go back to school to earn his degree.

“East Los High” alum Ray Diaz will join Season 2 as Hector, a friend from Manolo’s past, who becomes like a son to George and a little brother to Manolo and Maronzio.

“Lopez” is executive produced and written by Lopez, John Altschuler and Dave Krinsky. Michael Rotenberg of 3 Arts Entertainment also serves as executive producer.

“Lopez” Season 2 will premiere on TV Land March 29.

Check out the poster here:

george lopez tv land season 2 key art