Jeffrey Richman and Darren Star created the American romantic comedy show Uncoupled. The show first premiered on Netflix on 29 July 2022.
The show is about a man whose life turns upside down when his partner leaves him after seventeen long years. The show got an approval rating of 75% from Rotten Tomatoes and an average rating of 6.7/10.according to the critic consensus of Rotten Tomatoes,
“While Uncoupled struggles to integrate the comedic thrills of modern dating with its more serious concerns, the uneasy mixture makes for a surprisingly mature evolution of the Darren Star formula.”
Uncoupled was in the top 10 Netflix shows for one week and watched 26.52M global hours. The show got a fairly good response, and here’s all you need to know about Uncoupled Season 2!
Will there be Uncoupled Season 2?
As of now, there is no official announcement regarding Uncoupled Season 2 or its renewal. So it would be safe not to make any assumptions for now. Fans will have to wait a little more to find out if there will be another season of Uncoupled.
Cast of Uncoupled Season 2
Since there is no announcement concerning the renewal for another season, it is hard to predict the cast. However, we can still assume that the cast of Season 2 may include: Neil Patrick Harris (Michael Lawson), Tisha Campbell (Suzanne Prentiss), Tuc Watkins (Colin McKenna, Emerson Brooks (Billy Burns), Marcia Gay Harden (Claire Lewis), Brooks Ashmanskas (Stanley James), Colin Hanlon (Jonathan #1), Jai Rodriguez (Jonathan #2), André De Shields (Jack), Jasai Chase Owens (Kai Prentiss), Byron Jennings (Ben Lawson), Nic Rouleau (Tyler Hawkins) and Stephanie Faracy (Lisa Lawson).
What to expect in Uncoupled Season 2?
According to reports, in Season 2, fans can expect to see what will happen in Stanley’s life after she finds out about breast cancer. Kai’s father’s reaction to Kai not attending the meeting at the last moment.
Update: Netflix has officially confirmed, Uncoupled season 2 release is not happening. The show has been canceled. We will update this article further as soon as there’s further development.