Green Eggs & Ham Renewed for Season 2: Netflix Release Date & What to Expect

Green Eggs & Ham – Copyright. A Very Good Production | A Stern Talking To | Gulfstream Pictures | Warner Bros. Animation

After a four year wait, subscribers were finally treated to the first season of Green Eggs & Ham and has already been hailed as a smash hit. But after such a long wait, will subscribers be subjected to another four years, waiting for season 4? Thankfully, it looks like we’ll be seeing season 2 of Green Eggs & Ham sooner than expected.

Green Eggs & Ham is a Netflix Original animated series based on the 1960 children’s book of the same name by author Dr. Seuss. With an all-star ensemble, Green Eggs & Ham is one of the best Original animated series on Netflix to date. Not to mention it has a killer theme tune to boot.

Green Eggs & Ham Netflix Renewal Status

Official Netflix Renewal Status: Pending (Unofficially Renewed) | Last Updated: 20/11/2019

Despite Netflix not actually announcing news of renewal, Ilana Glazer actress has all but confirmed it herself. Speaking with Variety, voice actress Ilana Glazer confirmed she has already wrapped up recording for the second season. We’re still waiting for Netflix to announce the news but fans can rejoice that Green Eggs & Ham will be returning for season 2!

Llana Glazer is the voice of E.B

What to expect from the next season?


As the first season concluded, while Sam was eating eggs, it reminded him of his mothers cooking. Having helped return Mr. Jenkins home, it’s likely that Sam will now want to journey to East Flurbia to try and find his mother, naturally, Guy will accompany him to help his friend.

Green Eggs & Ham – Copyright. A Very Good Production | A Stern Talking To | Gulfstream Pictures | Warner Bros. Animation

Did subscribers enjoy Green Eggs & Ham?

You don’t have to search very hard to find how overwhelmingly positive the response has been for Green Eggs & Ham:

Those feels tho.

And neither will we sir!

We too are guilty of this.

Green Eggs & Ham season 2 release date

If the wait for Green Eggs & Ham season 2 is anything like the first, then subscribers will be a very long time.

From the announcement made in 2015, it took over four years for the series to arrive on Netflix. Production was supposed to take place for three years and was originally scheduled to arrive in Fall 2018.

Production of the second season already appears to be full steam ahead with the recordings of some cast members already complete.

With production in full swing for the next season, we’ll be hoping to see Green Eggs & Ham return sooner than later. We’re speculating that the next season will arrive in 2021.

Potential Release Date: 2021

Green Eggs & Ham – Copyright. A Very Good Production | A Stern Talking To | Gulfstream Pictures | Warner Bros. Animation

Why does it take so long to produce Green Eggs & Ham?

Typically, any production that involves animation can take an incredibly long time to produce.

Anime, being the best example, can take up to three months for a production team to produce just one episode. Whereas films such as Toy Story 4 and Frozen 2 are in development for many years before their cinematic release dates. Green Eggs & Ham is subject to the same lengthy process as every other animated title

If the production of Green Eggs & Ham took three years to produce, that’s an astounding 2.7 months per episode, even at four years, that’s still an amazing 3.7 months to produce an episode each. Considering just how much work went into the creation of Green Eggs & Ham, the production studios behind the incredible Original had a rocket strapped to their back and smashed it out of the park.

Green Eggs & Ham is a beautifully crafted television series and everyone involved should be proud of what they achieved. We can’t wait to see what’s more in store for Guy and Sam.

Would you like to see another season of Green Eggs & Ham on Netflix? Let us know in the comments below!

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