After finishing a particular series, we often get confused about what to watch next. It’s easy for people to figure this out if they follow a particular genre but many of us explore different shows and movies. Therefore, as a solution, we can go for a comedy show as they are evergreen and it doesn’t let us feel bored. To browse through a big library of such series, we can head to one of the leading online streaming platforms, Netflix. In this year itself, several web series, shows, movies, and films were added to it. ‘On The Verge’ is among them.
It is a comedy series that revolves around the lives of four women who are in their 40s. This American show premiered in 2021 and soon after the release, it was able to receive positive reviews from critics and garnered good ratings as well. Once we start watching any humorous content, we want it to last for long and that means we crave more and more seasons of that series. The same we are expecting with On The Verge. The first season was enjoyable but what about its future installment? Here, we have mentioned details about On The Verge season 2, the chances of its happening, the release date, cast, and other updates. So, don’t miss any important information while reading.
On The Verge Season 2 Release Date
The first season of On The Verge was released on 7th September 2021 on Netflix. It wasn’t a very long series rather is comprised of 12 episodes with a running time of about 28 to 36 minutes each. At the time of writing this post, it was not many days since the series was released, and hence, the audience reception indicated the first impression. On IMDB it stands with a rating of 6.1 out of 10 while on the other hand, critics have appreciated the cast and the humorous way of narrating the story. The overall response can increase in the coming days that will favor the creators planning for season 2.
As far as, On The Verge season 2 goes, there has been no official word on it either by the creators or the broadcasting network partner, Netflix. It is yet to be revealed whether we will be having the second installment on our screens or not. Well, it is known to most of the spectators that Netflix makes sure to revive a series based on its viewership and ratings. On this ground, On The Verge has done pretty well, and its performance can boost up in few more days. Hence, the above-mentioned details say that the series’ future is uncertain and no one knows which step can be taken by the official team in the coming time.
When it comes to the release date of On The Verge season 2, we expect it to lie in 2022. Apart from it, the speculations are high for the 2023 release date as the second season will have to undergo three main processes called scripting, filming, and pre-production. We will let you know as soon as we witness something important.
On The Verge Season 2 Cast
As already mentioned, the story revolves around four women who belong to a different profession. Sarah Jones is in the series as Yasmin who has a son, Orion and Will is her husband. Yasmin used to work as a translator. She also appeared in many shows such as Bamboozled and Broad City. Next on the list is Elisabeth Shue. On The Verge is starring this actress in the character of Anne who is a designer by profession. She got separated from her husband and has two children. This actress played significant roles in The Karate Kid, Leaving Las Vegas.
The character of Justin is played by Julie Delpy. She has been portrayed as a chef and is concerned regarding her culinary book and young son. Lastly, the main cast includes Alexia Landeau is in the shoes of Ell. She is a mother of three children. Alexia appeared in Moonlight Mile, Down To You, and The Path.
On The Verge Season 2 Plot
The story of season 1 didn’t deliver the same essence for every character. The series ended without much confusion and there were no serious cliffhangers. The sophomore season of On The Verge might continue the previous story and all the women can have more unexpected events in their lives. But, it promises their liveliness and the spirit of not giving up in any situation.