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The American comedy-drama television series adapted from the comic book written by Charles Forsman. This series first season got released on February 20, 2020, on Netflix. Jonathan Entwistle and Christy Hall are directors of the series. Moreover, the second season was said to be cancelled because of the COVID 19 pandemic. After the release of Season 1, it got positive appreciation from critics and fans. The Rotten Tomatoes reviews it 6.82/10.
Season 2 happening?
The last episode of Season 1 left us with many unanswered questions and it was expected that the creators will release the second season. However, the second season has been cancelled because the shooting was stopped because of the world pandemic.
Let’s look at what the producer has to say.
“We have not been officially picked up for future seasons. We were never promised future seasons, but Jonathan and I and all of us who worked on the show wanted to bet on ourselves, and we really believed that this could be a very special and resonant piece of storytelling on one of the biggest platforms in the world.
We knew this was going to be this mystery undercurrent throughout the season that would start subtle and would rise closer and closer to the surface, eventually puncturing the surface in the finale with the introduction of the stranger, who we still don’t identify.
We always knew we wanted to end there, we toiled long and hard to find the perfect final line of dialogue for that stranger character, and we were betting on ourselves to have made an excellent show and investing hope that audiences will respond to the series, so we get the privilege of making more of them,” says the producer of the series, Shawn Levy.
What’s for Season 2?
Well, the fans of this show are eagerly waiting for the news of the second season. But for now, we cannot predict any date for a cancelled show. The series can be seen an influence from The Stranger Things and End of the F***ing World.
However, we may get to see Sydney’s father for season 2 and we’ll be watching how she gets to handle her emotions. We may see a lot of spice for Season 2.
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