This article discusses whether there will be a season 2 of the Apple TV+ series Bad Sisters and its renewed or cancelled status.
Bad Sisters is a dark comedy series developed by Sharon Horgan (Catastrophe), Dave Finkel and Brett Baer, who both worked on New Girl. This addictive Apple TV+ original is based upon the Belgian series Clan, which aired as The Out-Laws in the UK. The show tells the story of a group of sisters who plot to kill their evil brother-in-law JP (played perfectly by Claes Bang). The series splits into two narratives, what happened on the lead up to JP’s death in the past and what transpired after his death in the present timeline.
It has become a much-loved series that has kept viewers hooked with JP’s devilish traits over the previous weeks. Audiences now have a strong desire to find out just who killed him and how the detestable man actually died. He really is one of the best TV villains in modern times, a truly despicable prick that has upset all those around him. Because of this, there are lots of suspects in the case, and they all have their own distinct motives. The writing is stunning and the mystery itself has really captured the public’s imagination this year. But will Apple be renewing Bad Sisters for a second season?
Will there be a season 2 of the Apple TV+ series Bad Sisters – renewed or cancelled status
Apple TV+ are yet to announce the fate of Bad Sisters and whether they will be commissioning a second season. They are usually quite quick to respond to renewals and normally make a decision in the weeks surrounding the finale. I wouldn’t be surprised if they make a statement shortly about the future of this highly successful comedy mystery.
As much as I love the show, part of me is hoping that they don’t renew Bad Sisters for a second season. If the finale can conclude this story in a satisfying fashion, then I don’t see any need to carry on the story. There is a tendency at the moment for shows to either finish before their time or to needlessly carry on due to popularity and other factors.
It has become quite an unusual situation in the TV landscape, with fans passionately voicing their thoughts and feelings across social media. Streaming sites seem to get this wrong more times than they get it right, although Apple TV+ has a track record that seems healthier than most of the opposition. Hopefully, the streaming platform makes the right decision, but I would prefer it to end on a high rather than dragging on indefinitely. As always, we’ll keep you posted on any updates on the pending renewal of Bad Sisters.
You can watch this series with a subscription to Apple TV+.