In case you haven't heard, Reservation Dogs the groundbreaking series created by Oklahoma filmmaker Sterlin Harjo and New Zealand filmmaker Taika Waititi,  has officially been renewed for season two.


Starring Devery Jacobs as Elora Danan Postoak, D’Pharaoh Woon-A-Tai as Bear Smallhill, Lane Factor as Cheese, and Paulina Alexis as Willie Jack as the titular dogs, this show has exceeded all expectations to firmly plant itself as not just entertaining television, but as a visual record that, in the 21st century, Indigenous people aren't dead. We're not going anywhere.


Easily moving between broad comedy to pointed drama without sacrificing any of the show's tone, with only two episodes left, I can honestly say that this is only the beginning of Natives taking back yet another trope–their lives–that was stolen by them from Hollywood and bastardized by much of the world.


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