'Happy!' Season 2: Who Is Nick Sax? We're Glad You Asked... [PREVIEW]

‘Happy!’ Season 2: Who Is Nick Sax? We’re Glad You Asked… [PREVIEW]

Posted by March 22, 2019 Comment

With less than a week to go (finally!) before SYFY unleashes the second season of Happy! upon a so-not-ready world beginning Wednesday, March 27, fans of the mayhem that Nick Sax (Christopher Meloni) and his not-so-imaginary friend Happy (Patton Oswalt) are getting a chance to learn more about “The Man” behind “The Myth”… the man Keith Richards looks at with awe and admiration.

That’s right, SYFY is looking to answer a question that humanity has sought the answer to for… about a year, maybe?

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The fine folks over at SYFY are breaking down the first season to get to heart of The Hero we got… The Hero we need… but what in holy hell did we to deserve all this???

Written and executive produced by Brian Taylor and comic book writer Grant Morrison, SYFY‘s series is based on Morrison and Darick Robertson‘s comic book series, starring Meloni, Oswalt, Christopher FitzgeraldPatrick Fischler, Ritchie Coster, Lili Mirojnick, Medina Senghore, and Bryce Lorenzo. Both Lorenzo and Fitzgerald were promoted to series regulars with the second season. Neal Moritz, Pavun Shetty, and Toby Jaffe of Original Film, Meloni and showrunner Patrick Macmanus will also executive produce; and the series hails from  Universal Cable Productions (UCP).

“Happy!” is based on New York Times best-selling author Grant Morrison and Darick Robertson’s graphic novel of the same name. The series follows Nick Sax (Christopher Meloni, “Law & Order: SVU”) – an intoxicated, corrupt ex-cop turned hit man – who is adrift in a world of casual murder, soulless sex and betrayal. After a hit gone wrong, his inebriated life is forever changed by a tiny, relentlessly positive, imaginary blue winged horse named Happy (Patton Oswalt).

Season 2 begins with Easter on the horizon –a season of hideous pastels, dye-stained fingertips and a general “who really gives a f***” attitude. A newly sober-ish Sax finds himself struggling with the demands of family and fatherhood. He has sworn to do right by his ex-wife, Amanda, and his daughter, Hailey, which means no booze, sex, drugs or killing. Happy, meanwhile, is resigned to keeping his partner on the straight and narrow while coping with the fact that a maturing Hailey can no longer see him. Sax’s fresh start will be tested by a familiar enemy: Sonny Shine, who is on a mission to Make Easter Great Again (MEGA) with the help of his demented Easter Bunny henchman.

Happy! is produced by UCP (Universal Content Productions). Executive producers include Morrison (Batman, The Invisibles), Brian Taylor (Crank, Gamer), Neal Moritz, Pavun Shetty, and Toby Jaffe of Original Film (The Fast and the Furious franchise), Meloni, and showrunner Patrick Macmanus.

Hollywood stage and screen legend Ann-Margret joins the cast this season as former siren of stage and screen Bebe Debarge.

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Paul “The Big Show” Wight plays Mr. Blue’s (Coster) cellmate Big Pink – and one of his very first scenes has him pants down on a prison toilet. Now about that “office romance”…

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Curtis Armstrong’s Dayglo Doug is a clown / child host who finds himself performing at a retirement home… for nazis.

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Our friends at TVLine had the exclusive first-look at the character ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic will voice during the upcoming season: Smoking Man Baby. Toxic masculinity in a diaper, Smoking Man Baby is a jealous, volatile baby blowhard with full tats and a cigarette always dangling from his mouth.

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SYFY’s Happy! is set to return on Wednesday, March 27. at 10 p.m. ET / 9 p.m. CT

About Ray Flook

Prouldy serving as TV Editor, Ray started with Bleeding Cool in 2013 as a contributing writer/photographer before being brought aboard as staff in 2017. Counting John Cusack as his pop culture "spirit animal," his "word fu" stays strong as he continues trying really hard to be the sheppard...

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(Last Updated March 22, 2019 10:58 am )

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