“The A-List New York” is an enigma: Not many people admit to watching, but for some reason an amazing number of people still seem to know exactly what happens on the show.
What sometimes felt staged last season feels painfully authentic in Season 2. Everyone’s tense, like they need a vacation or they were in in the heartland of America this summer with no rain for way too long. That means some of the boys are still abominable and inappropriate for words and of course, it’s still just as hard to look away.
It’s a human six-car pileup.