The ’80s Were Funnier Teaser: Red Oaks: Season Two!


Welcome back to the ’80s with season two of Red Oaks,where assistant tennis pro David Meyers is recovering from one heckuva year – his parents’ divorce and having to drop out of NYU (dashing his dream of becoming a filmmaker). Even his romance with Skye, daughter of the club’s president isn’t what it was.

But as much as conflict can cause drama, it can also create humor and Red Oaks ‘is about all the funny places we find ourselves… on the road to finding ourselves.

Amazon’s Red Oaks returns on November 11th.


Welcome back… to the summer of 1986. When “Top Gun” was #1 at the box office and life was much simpler… For everyone but the clueless members and misfit staffers of Red Oaks Country Club.

For assistant tennis pro David Meyers it’s been a year of upheaval. In a freefall following his parents’ divorce, forced to drop out of NYU and forego dreams of becoming a filmmaker, his one silver lining has been his budding romance with Skye, the daughter of club president Doug Getty. But when Skye returns home from a year abroad in Paris with more worldly ways and a newfound independence, David finds himself caught in the middle between his strong-willed girlfriend and her equally stubborn father.

Meanwhile David’s family and friends are all struggling through their own complicated summer of love. Roguish head pro Nash decides to try his hand at gold-digging, valet-turned-bartender Wheeler continues his quest to win the heart of lifelong crush Misty, and ex-spouses Sam and Judy explore the New Jersey singles scene.

From Wall Street to Parisian boulevards, Manhattan courtrooms to SoHo art galleries, backyard weddings to back nine sexual encounters, Red Oaks is about all the funny places we find ourselves… on the road to finding ourselves.

Cast: Craig Roberts, Ennis Esmer, Oliver Cooper, Paul Reiser, Alexandra Socha, Richard Kind, Jennifer Grey

Created by: Gregory Jacobs and Joe Gangemi

Written by: Gregory Jacobs, Joe Gangemi, Karey Dornetto, Shawn Harwell, Tom Papa, Max Werner, Daisy Gardner

Directed by: David Gordon Green, Hal Hartley, Amy Heckerling, Gregg Araki

Executive Producers: Gregory Jacobs, Joe Gangemi, Steven Soderbergh, David Gordon Green