We have just welcomed a brand new Netflix Original ‘Everything Sucks!’ to our screens. But with many fast bingers having already finished the 10 episodes, you might be wondering if the show has been renewed for a second season, and how long you’re going to have to wait for it. Below we will be covering both these topics the best we can.
Created by both Ben York Jones and Michael Mohan, Everything Sucks! is a comedy show set back in 90s Oregon. The show does a great job parodying the culture of the 90s and follows a group of teenagers who join the A/V club and set out to produce a movie. Along the way, they deal with the everyday struggles of teenagers, including dating and sexuality.
Since the show’s release on February 16th, it’s been met with surprisingly positive reviews from both users and critics. 90’s kids with defiantly feel a heavy focus on nostalgia throughout and be able to relate to some of the characters. Speaking of characters, the show uses many talented child actors including but not limited to; Jahi Di’Allo Winston, Peyton Kennedy, Patch Darragh and Quinn Liebling.
Season 2 Renewal Status
Official Renewal Status: Not Yet Renewed (Last updated: 21/02/2018)
At the moment Netflix hasn’t announced any details about whether a Season 2 of Everything Sucks! will be coming in the future. But from experience, we know that Netflix doesn’t often cancel Original series like this one after only one series unless they are critically panned upon release, which ‘Everything Sucks!’ has not been.
Another factor that could determine whether the show will be returning is content. Simply put, does the show have enough room to grow any further? We think without a doubt that it does, this is a series that could defiantly benefit from a second season story-wise. And with so much support, it seems unlikely that Netflix won’t take this opportunity.
When will season 2 of Everything Sucks! be on Netflix?
Now the next question is if the show gets renewed, how long will we all have to wait to get out hands on the next season? This can depend on a number of aspects but we can estimate from experience that shows similar to this scale normally take roughly year to go through production.
Meaning that if there aren’t any unforeseen delays or complications we should see season 2 available to stream on Netflix by February or March 2018.
Have you watched all of Season one? Would you like to see a second season? We would love to hear in the comments below.