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The Real O’Neals is a dead show walking. That’s not a statement on its quality, though admittedly, the season two premiere that aired Tuesday night isn’t the show’s best effort. Instead, it’s a pessimistic prediction about how much time the show has left.

The premiere episode followed Kenny (Noah Galvin) as he tried to establish an LGBTQ club at his Catholic high school, running into not administrative problems, but a lack of interest from other students. It’s the kind of “Kenny is proud, but must stand alone” story we got a lot of in season one, and you’d think we might go somewhere else this year. Those developments are coming, with Kenny’s first boyfriend on the way, but this premiere was a safe return.

Unfortunately, that’s about all that’s safe about The Real O’Neals these days. In the wake of star Galvin’s June interview with Vulture, in which the young star critiqued and joked about multiple other celebrities, it feels like the ABC sitcom is walking a tightrope — and it’s only getting thinner.

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After Noah Galvin's 'Vulture' interview, the quality of 'The Real O'Neals' may not matter

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