There’s a new one for Netflix users who enjoy adult animated comedies to add to their watch list. The humorous new comedy Mulligan debuted on May 12, and after watching all ten episodes, you’ll be wondering if there will be a Mulligan season 2. The series is based on Unbreakable and 30 Rock.
Robert Carlock and Tina Fey are the show’s creators, and Kimmy Schmidt is about a group of survivors who band together to reconstruct society after an alien onslaught wipes out Earth as we know it. The series features voices by Nat Faxon, Chrissy Teigen, Tina Fey, Sam Richardson, Dana Carvey, and Phil LaMarr. Can humour fans anticipate that the second season will continue where the first one left off? Here is all we know about the show’s outcome without giving any major spoilers!
Will there be a Mulligan season 2 on Netflix?
Netflix has not yet renewed or cancelled Mulligan as of the show’s premiere on May 12. Since episode 10 closes with the phrase “to be continued,” there’s still a chance that Netflix will announce its outcome earlier than the customary one-month window.
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Mulligan season 2 may be the continuation of the “to be continued” tease from season 1, or Netflix may surprise viewers with a 20-episode order as it did with other animated series. That would imply that the season’s second half might air later this year or the following year. However, it is only conjecture based on Netflix’s past with animated comedies.
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Otherwise, before announcing a renewal or cancellation, Netflix will look at the series’ viewership and its completion rate during the first 28 days of its premiere. The requirement for renewal usually is lower for animated series, but because the writer’s strike is still an issue, we’ll have to wait and see what happens.
Mulligan Season 2 Trailer
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