Want to know the Disjointed season 2 premiere date? We do too, but we may have some other things to get to first.
For example, there’s still the issue of whether or not we are going to get a season 2 at all following the return of the second half of the first season to Netflix on Friday. The Kathy Bates series has not been renewed as of yet, and there are already going to be creative changes coming if it is. Chris Redd, after all, is gone — he’s on Saturday Night Live now. Meanwhile, many other sitcoms do have a tendency to undergo other changes between the first and second season. Maybe there were some chances to modify things between the first and a second half of season 1, but there are clearly more opportunities that are set to come up in the future.
Bringing Disjointed back for a second season would be predicated mostly on three different things.
1. Audience Reaction – Critics have not been kind to the series, but viewers for the most part have embraced it. There aren’t exactly many other comedies that focus on the marijuana business in the way that this one does.
2. Kathy Bates – Is Netflix really going to not want to be in the business of working with the actress? She’s one of the finest performers of our time and we get the sense that she really is enjoying her time being on the show. Who is going to be opposed to seeing more of her?
3. Relevance – Let’s be honest — there are few shows out there anywhere near as relevant as Disjointed in terms of what’s happening in the news right now. There’s going to be plenty more story for the series to take on and unravel in the event it comes back for more episodes down the line.
If the show does return, look for a Disjointed season 2 premiere date to be somewhere in the late summer / fall of 2018.
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