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FX’s most-watched comedy ever Lil Dicky’s Back For an All-New Season of FX’s ‘DA

FX’s most-watched comedy ever [Complex]( Lil Dicky’s Back For an All-New Season of FX’s ‘DAVE’ [Alternate text]( Get ready. Dave Burd a.k.a. Lil Dicky, Ally, Elz, Mike, Emma, and of course, Dave's hype man, GaTa, are back for another season of awkward moments and crazy antics as they work to show the world that Dave is one of the greatest rappers alive. Fans of the show saw in Season One that the determined, curly-haired lyricist has no filter and no qualms about doing whatever it takes to see his rap career succeed. And his methods seem to be working because he's on the brink of dropping his debut album. But to become the best rapper around takes sacrifice. Thankfully, Dave's got what it takes because he's prepared to cede his friendships, his relationship, and his sense of self to make it to the top. As FX's most-watched comedy ever, this season will deliver a number of must-see guest star appearances including J. Balvin, Kendall Jenner, Lil Nas X, Hailey Bieber, Benny Blanco, Doja Cat, Rae Sremmurd, Lil Yachty, Kevin Hart and more. Plus, there are a series of WTF moments that you don't want to miss, including [that teaser]( Dave trying to cross the street with an anteater, setting a whole block on fire. Watch Dave continue on his quest for stardom on the all-new season of [DAVE]( dropping tonight on FXX, and streaming the next day on FX on Hulu. And while you're at ComplexLand, be sure to plug into [FX's DAVE Theater]( to catch previews of the all-new season and meet Dave's avatar, and his special friend. Hint: it rhymes with a shmanteater. [Visit Complexland.com]( Watch the Official Trailer - FX's DAVE Season 2 [Complex on Instagram]( [Complex on Facebook]( [Complex on Twitter]( [Complex on YouTube]( [Complex on Snapchat]( © Complex Media, Inc. All rights reserved. 229 W. 43rd Street, 10th Floor New York, NY 10036 This email contains sponsored content from our advertising partners. You are receiving this email because you've signed up for Complex Newsletter. Want to stop receiving messages from Complex? [Unsubscribe]( [Click here to view this email in your browser.]( Complex.com is part of: [Complex Networks](

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