As part of their Television Critics Association press tour today, Netflix offered updates on three of their original series which fans are all waiting patiently for updates on their third seasons.
First up, the future of 1980s-set female wrestling dramedy series “GLOW” remains up in the air as co-creator Carly Mensch confirmed the company hasn’t made a decision yet regarding a potential renewal. Backlash to the lack of a decision has already hit Twitter whilst tweets from those in attendance suggest those at the panel were surprised by the lack of an announcement.
Next up, Vice-President of Original Series Cindy Holland said she and the company would be happy to make another season of Aziz Ansari’s half-hour series “Master of None,” but it sounds as though nothing is in the works at this point.
Holland says: “We certainly have given some thought to it and would be happy to make another season of Master of None whenever Aziz is ready” and then added that she hadn’t spoken with Ansari since January. Ansari previously indicated last year he wasn’t sure if he wanted to continue the series, and then in January was accused of alleged sexual misconduct in an article online.
Finally, the streamer has also confirmed that not only will the third season of “Stranger Things” take place during the Summer, it will also be released at that point with the show holding back its third season launch until mid-2019.
Holland says: “[Stranger Things is] a handcrafted show. The Duffer Brothers and Shawn Levy have worked really hard and they understand the stakes are high. They want to deliver something bigger and better than what they did last year. I think it’s going to be a fantastic season, worth the wait.” Producer Shawn Levy has also said that season three would continue to explore the boys encountering their first girlfriends.
Source: TV Line