The End Of The F***ing World Season Two Will Drop November 5
After making us wait more than two years for a second instalment, Netflix has announced audiences will get to lap up season two of The End of the F***ing World next month.
The streaming service will drop the highly anticipated season on November 5, one day after it premieres in the UK on Channel 4.
It will follow on from the runaway success of the first series which scored the rarely seen maximum score of 100 percent on Rotten Tomatoes last year.
A synopsis released for the first series reads: "Based on the award-winning graphic novel, adapted by acclaimed newcomer Charlie Covell, the eight episode first season follows James (Alex Lawther, Black Mirror) and Alyssa (Jessica Barden, Penny Dreadful) - a self-proclaimed psychopath and a foul-mouthed rebel fed-up with her boring life.
"The two embark on a road trip to find a better life, and escape the impending doom of adulthood. As their chaotic journey unfolds, it becomes apparent that James and Alyssa have crossed a line and have no choice but to take it as far as they can..."
Many were wondering how the people behind the series would put together a second series considering everything that happened in the first season was drawn from the graphic novel.
In that version, it's alluded that lead character James is shot by the cultish police officers, making it pretty hard for a second series to come about.
However, it seems like there is going to be some room left open for James to thrive in the second season as well as the introduction of a few new characters.
While not much is known about where the second season will take the story aside from the fact it picks up two years after the first series, the show's star Lawther said co-star Barden had ideas of how it could start.
He said: "Jess [Barden] used to talk about... there are some themes in series one where we're on the beach, and everything's coming to an end.
"She was saying how she would like the second series to start with a musical on the beach - taking a role in a musical version of The End of the F***ing World, which I would be completely up for!
"I'm not sure how Charlie [Covell, series writer] will take that, but we're going to push that idea as far as we can."
But we'll have to wait a little while longer to see whether she got her way.
The End of The F***ing World will air on Netflix from November 5.
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