‘Kominsky Method’ Season 2 Trailer: Alan Arkin Runs Into Old Flame Jane Seymour at a ‘Great Funeral’ (Video)

Meanwhile, Michael Douglas is pissed Paul Reiser is dating his daughter

Last Updated: October 4, 2019 @ 10:00 AM

Netflix dropped the trailer for Season 2 of “The Kominsky Method” Friday, bringing fans of the Alan Arkin and Michael Douglas comedy a tease of the aches and pains the duo will endure on the upcoming season.

In the 2-minute video, which you can view above, Norman (Arkin) and Sandy (Douglas) are attending yet another funeral — which are their age “is called having a social life” — when they run into an old flame from Norman’s past, the lovely Jane Seymour. Suddenly, the gloomy Norm thinks the somber affair was a “great funeral.”

Meanwhile, Sandy isn’t thrilled to find out his daughter is dating a man (played by Paul Reiser) who is too close to him in age for Sandy’s liking.

Here’s the official description for “The Kominsky Method” Season 2, courtesy of Netflix:

The sun isn’t setting yet on aging actor slash acting coach Sandy Kominsky and his longtime agent Norman Newlander in the award-winning Netflix comedy series The Kominsky Method. Academy Award® Winners Michael Douglas (Kominsky) and Alan Arkin (Newlander) continue their journey as two friends tackling life’s inevitable curveballs as they navigate their later years in Los Angeles, a city that, above all else, values youth. This season, Sandy meets and bonds with his daughter’s new boyfriend (guest star Paul Reiser) who is uncomfortably close to Sandy’s age. Meanwhile, Norman reconnects with an old flame from his youth (guest star Jane Seymour) and after fifty years, they decide to start again. Nancy Travis and Sarah Baker co-star.

“The Kominsky Method” was created by Chuck Lorre. Lorre, Al Higgins and Douglas executive produce the series which is produced by Chuck Lorre Productions, Inc. in association with Warner Bros. Television.

“The Kominsky Method” Season 2 launches Oct. 25 on Netflix.

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