If you were searching for an encouraging sign, you may leave disappointed.
Now that’s how you make an entrance!
Well, another one, anyway… There are some truly terrific shows cementing their status in 2019. We can look to one-off miniseries like HBO’s Chernobyl, which at this point, is destined to be immortalised as one of the most superbly crafted titles in all of television.
On the other hand, we can look to shows like Netflix’s animated comedy Big Mouth achieving yet another stellar season, or Mindhunter. These are shows we don’t suspect to see disappear or fall out of conversation anytime soon, and we’re thrilled to announce that The End of the F***ing World is ripe to join them, now that season 2 has finally reared its head.
The End of the F***ing World season 2
The highly anticipated second season arrived on screens on Monday, November 4th 2019, over on Channel 4.
It’s already off to a great start, and there’s more where that came from!
Just like the season before it, the second offers fans another eight episodes to spend with James (Alex Lawther) and Alyssa (Jessica Barden), who are both at the top of their game here.
With newcomers also making a huge impression on viewers, we suspect that fans are already desperate for more. All eight episodes are now available to binge through on All 4, and many have done just that.
Has The End of the F***ing World been renewed for season 3?
No, there is no news of The End of the F***ing World returning for a third season.
However, it doesn’t exactly appear hopeful…
As highlighted by Digital Spy, writer Charlie Covell said during an interview at the season 2 premiere: “I don’t think you’re going to get another series.”
She continued: “I think sometimes it’s good to just stop things and I hope when you see the end you’ll agree. I think you can push things but this feels like an actual end. Sorry.”
The end of the f***ing world season 2 was AMAZING!! season 3 now please? #TheEndOfTheFxxxingWorld— em (@emscgoddard) November 5, 2019
Charlie Covell talks The End of the F***ing World
There is still a slight possibility it could come back though; never say never!
The same source notes that Charlie said in an interview in May: “I suppose, at the moment, like I said, I can’t really see beyond – we finished filming on Friday, and I feel like that’s all I can really think about…”
Continuing to explain: “I feel like we’ve met them as old teenagers, and we’re now taking them into adulthood, and I’m not sure – I don’t know if it’s right to see more. I don’t know. We’ll have to see. Obviously never say never, but I think maybe sometimes it’s good to get out.”
It sounds like there are no immediate plans, but with these comments in mind, we simply can’t be sure.
In other news, has For All Mankind been renewed?