Work in Progress Season 02 Episode 06 is all set to release on September 12, 2021. The show airs on Showtime, every Sunday.
Work in Progress is an American comedy show which was launched in December 2019. The show after the premiere of its first season received a lot of positive reviews from the critics for its amusing, awkward, and relatable situations. Here is a sneak peek into the adventures of Abby.
If you are a fan of the show, then we have got some good news for you. The official release date for the upcoming episode has been announced and this article will cover all the latest updates regarding the same.
About Work in Progress
With a successful season 1 that comprised eight episodes, the show got renewed for a second season. Season 2 eventually premiered in August this year with a total of 5 episodes been released so far. The fans loved the ongoing season as much as they loved the first one. The second season is drawn on McEnany’s real life, scoops up with her character Abby in the aftermath of her separation.
She is a self-identified overweight, queer lesbian, and her misery and sorrow lead her accidentally to a vividly dynamic relationship. She is struggling to maintain her sanity during the pandemic and finds herself amidst family issues that propel her into unfamiliar terrain. The series is produced by Showtime and stars Abby McEnany as the protagonist. She is also the creator of the show. With its brilliant writing and powerful characters, the show has steadily become a favorite among the viewers. So if you are a fan of the show, we have got some good news for you.
Work in Progress Season 02 Episode 06 Release Date
The much-awaited Episode 06 of the second season is going to release on September 12, 2021. This latest update has got all the fans excited and enthralled.
With the next episode just around the corner, you can stream the previous and upcoming ones on various platforms. Work in Progress airs on Showtime on Sundays at 8 p.m. (PT). Hulu and FuboTV are several other platforms where you can catch all-new episodes.
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